Iraq is soundly more TTT than ANY institution in the United States. Their TOILETS themselves are TTT. Let me tell you a little story related to, ironically, toilets in Iraq. My soldiers and I were fortunate enough to stay in a captured building, and we made our own toilet out of the existing Iraq toilet (which is essentially just a hole in the ground...it was absolutely disgusting, but better than sqautting in the sand which we had done for the previous weeks). We didn't have running water for the toilet, so we had to use a water bucket to pour down after us. Plus, it was a very primitive sewer system. Rats jumped in and out of the toilet themselves and we killed them weekly. Cooley vs. Iraq is not even a valid comparison, but since it was made, let me emphatically respond that Iraq is much more TTT than Cooley. Plus, I don't think they have the nightly incoming mortar rounds to contend with at Cooley. I have on my desk an expended tailfin of a mortar that went over my tent one morning at 4 a.m., and on another occasion, a rocket hit a building within feet of where I was standing, and unlike the other 7 or so rounds that exploded all around us, this one was a dud. I would much rather spend three years in Cooley than one month in Iraq.