Man joins Army to get coverage for his wife's ovarian cancer
In March, [Bill Caudle] was laid off from his job as a raw materials coordinator for a plastics company called PolyOne, where he'd worked for 20 years. His severance package had provided several months' salary, but by August the paychecks were winding down. Soon the cost of his family health coverage was going to triple, then a few months after that, nearly triple again. They needed coverage so Mom [Michelle Caudle] could fight her cancer.
Dad's solution: a four-year hitch in the Army.
OK, that's the feature part.
Where's the bug?
NOTE And why the heck couldn't Michelle have waited until 2013, anyhow?