Simple, uncoffeed Me, thought, "Oh, what a nice way to support troops and literature at the same time."
Then I looked in the box and laughed. It was filled with Nora Roberts, Danielle Steele, and a couple books from a so-called "Super Romance" series. Maybe they ought to've called it "Kindling For Our Troops".
It strikes me somehow as a metaphor for the insensitivity of those who support the war. It would take someone with a Harlequin romance brain to foist Harlequin romance on professional soldiers.
They ought to send them with a note; "Bow down before the fluff you serve."