Military Requests No More Porn Be Sent to Kuwait

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U.S. Central Command, which overseesĀ  Camp Buehring in Kuwait, where a 3,800 U.S. soldier brigade is now deployed, is requesting that no more porn be sent to the troops there. It seems that sending pornography to Muslim countries breaks local laws. Also forbidden is

alcohol beverages of any kind, bow and arrow-type devices that includes slingshots, knives with a blade length over six inches (such as switch blades, ballistic, gravity, or stilettos), brass knuckles, numchucks, throwing stars, shurikins, throwing spikes, samurai swords, blackjacks, slappers, saps, riot clubs, night sticks, lead or iron pipes, explosives including fireworks, teargas, mace, pepper spray, tasers, stun guns, drugs of any kind, firearms or missile launching devices including air rifles or pistols, spear guns, blowguns, paint-ball guns, Nerf guns, or squirt guns.

My question is this: What are U.S. troops doing in Kuwait in the first place?

3:39 pm on February 3, 2014