“A cowardly Italian General is forced to go to war”
Benicio Al Acarte liked the army. He understood it and he liked to think it understood him too. He knew that the Army wasn’t just a fighting force but was also a massive bureaucracy that needed to be organised and for 27years that’s exactly what he did. But now, after rising to the rank of General, a new government mandate means he has to see active duty or risk losing his commission. Will the prince of pencil pushers be able to prove himself in battle? Can he use his mastery of Army bureaucracy to prove that the pen really is mightier than the sword? Or will he be forced into a situation that puts him and his men at risk?
Suggested catchphrase: “cappuccino non tappo in culo”