Neighbors Back Soldier Who Asked Tough Questions The soldier who asked Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld about the shortage of armored Humvees is a national guardsman from Nashville. Tennessee residents talk about Army Spc. Thomas Wilson, and what people there think about his audacity. Hear NPR's John Ydstie.
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Neighbors Back Soldier Who Asked Tough Questions

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Neighbors Back Soldier Who Asked Tough Questions

Neighbors Back Soldier Who Asked Tough Questions

Neighbors Back Soldier Who Asked Tough Questions

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The soldier who asked Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld about the shortage of armored Humvees is a national guardsman from Nashville. Tennessee residents talk about Army Spc. Thomas Wilson, and what people there think about his audacity. Hear NPR's John Ydstie.