Bang Bang. You're Dead.
I wonder if this game has the part about 7,000 sick and injured soldiers in German hospitals alone, many of them amputees?
"Three million people worldwide have joined America's Army -- online.
The popular Internet video game of the same name, which can be legally downloaded for free at www.aaohq.com, has young adults around the world scrambling to join and train like a real U.S. Army soldier and act out combat scenarios in online teams.
The game is also an increasingly important recruitment and branding tool for the U.S. Army as it attempts to reach a young audience that knows little about the army and spends much of its time in front of a computer.
"It's very efficient for us in terms of communicating with people," said Chris Chambers, deputy director of the America's Army project. "This is much cheaper than those alternate mediums.... It (creates) an engagement with someone. They come in and play for hours as opposed to a few seconds for a print ad or TV ad."