I quote this section, and DUh of course missed the point...
When the troops from the 101st Airborne Division's 2nd Brigade arrived at the Al-Qaqaa base a day or so after Baghdad's fall on April 9, 2003, there were already looters throughout the facility, Lt. Col. Fred Wellman, deputy public affairs officer for the unit, told The Associated Press.
The soldiers "secured the area they were in and looked in a limited amount of bunkers to ensure chemical weapons were not present in their area," Wellman wrote in an e-mail message. "Bombs were found but not chemical weapons in that immediate area.
"Orders were not given from higher to search or to secure the facility or to search for HE type munitions, as they (high-explosive weapons) were everywhere in Iraq," he wrote.
So when they arrived looting was ALREADY underway... and there was no standing order to search, but it does not say they did not search... Apparently DUh can't use logic... the absence of an order does not mean that a ground commander would not excercise initiative and do it anyway. And video footage we have seen shows soldiers entering bunkers to search them and there are reports as to the contents of the bunkers... so how would we know that if a search did not occur?