To me this seems like a government attempt to coax military personnel into posting their videos where the government can delete them prior to their public viewing; instead of having them go directly into the public domain.
Yep..let's keep what the military is doing..and what military personnel are saying about it..under wraps. After all, we have corporate..sorry..security and privacy issues, right? And all this whilst the Mexican border conflict has created more casualties than Iraq one. Still, just imagine; if this was a military site you wouldn't have to worry about sowing the seeds of discontent. You know how dangerous liberty can be these days..
Oh and I almost forgot - that border situation, that forces entire towns to flee, entire police forces to quit and a media that seldom seems eager to pick up on it, despite the sheer scale of devastation? A lot of us here would like you back on home soil, dealing with American issues instead of risking your life and limb..for what? Take care, God's speed..and please, defend the country that is being destroyed from within..your own country.
I think its a great idea for the entire suite. There are numerous security concerns for sites like Youtube and Myspace. For this reason, most social networking sites are blocked from military networks. If the DoD signs off on sites such as these, military personnel can correspond and share experiences through their government-provided access points overseas.