What the HELL is wrong with a factually depicted game? Telling an accurate story is very respectful of those who served.
The question is: how do we know that the story told in this Medal of Honor release is accurate and not over-sensationalized? The allure of the previous Medal of Honor releases is that it takes a historical event of the past and enables the player to enter the story with a perspective of what it might have been like. In the case of the newest title, at best they only have a small picture of what has happened in the "War on Terror". Has the military released their classified documents on war strategies and their outcomes? What about war crimes?
A title like this comes at a time where we're dealing with wikileaks divulging information about the war. Also, what effects does a title like this have on public opinion about the war? Are people going to take sides or frame their perspective on the perspective of this video game? The advantage of the previous titles was that there was no possibility of the games being used as propaganda to affect people's opinions on a present event. A title like this certainly couldn't be taking a neutral stance.
Finally, I'm not a huge proponent of censorship, but is it the best idea for soldiers in the war to be playing games on their free time where they are killing their enemy? Yes, our soldiers are responsible people, but will such a game desensitize soldiers and civilians to the severity of this war?