In late 2018, the US Army put together its own esports team as part of a marketing push to encourage young people to consider a career in the military. As part of that effort, the Army also recently launched its own official Twitch channel to “share the Army’s passion for gaming, showcase competitions, and connect with our viewers.”

But as reported by Vice, its big PR push has recently run into some issues with the Twitch community. During a Call of Duty: Warzone stream last night, players began asking about war crimes committed by the army—inquiries that were quickly deleted by moderators.

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