Boob jobs have saved lives in real-life combat situations. This isn't theory people, it's actual experience with actual flying bullets. This news article tells of a woman who was hit by a bullet during a shootout between police and drug traffickers. Her life was very possibly saved by her breast implants.
So now, along comes Mary Carey, alleged porn star, involving herself in military affairs as though her "acting" experience gives her expertise in martial technology. What does a porn actress know about the combat effectiveness of head-light enhancements? She thinks just because she's been around a lot of after-market chest equipment she knows their ballistic properties? I don't think so. Even if she does girl-on-girl action (not having followed her career, I couldn't say) so that she's had a lot of hands-on experience with plastic mammaries, that still doesn't provide the appropriate expertise to weigh in on this issue.
Boob jobs save lives. That's the bottom line. And I salute the US military for recognizing this fact and making this life-saving technology available to service personnel and their spouses.
And if this activity produces more esthetically pleasing military bases, well, so much the better.