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Some DEA Agents Are Being Sent to Afghanistan Against Their Will

It’s bad policy to send workers on dangerous assignments against their will and threaten them if they don’t want to go. The DEA needs to offer incentives, not punishment. There’s no better way to kill morale.

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By Marisa Taylor
McClatchy Newspapers
WASHINGTON —  The Drug Enforcement Administration has removed an agent from his pilot duties after he refused to be sent to Afghanistan on a 60 day-detail.

Veteran Agent Daniel Offield’s reassignment from the Aviation Division came less than two weeks after McClatchy reported that some special-agent pilots said they’re being forced illegally to go to a combat zone on temporary duty.

In interviews with McClatchy, more than a dozen DEA agents, including Offield, described a badly managed system in which some pilots had been sent to Afghanistan under duress or as punishment for bucking their superiors.

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