One of the most telling scenes was filmed at the Iran-Iraq War Memorial in Baghdad, which was surrounded by army vehicles. The walls of the memorial were covered in parts with duct-taped flyers, while the documentarian talked to a US soldier stationed onsite.
documentarian: "What is that?" (pointing to a flyer)
soldier: "That's a parking space sign."
documentarian: "And these (pointing to the Arabic text around and underneath the flyers) are the names of... people who died, right?!"
I don't know about you, but to me this doesn't sound like cultural insensitivity as much as blind arrogance. In the unlikely event that the U.S. is ever occupied by a foriegn power, we can only hope that the Vietnam Memorial doesn't suffer the same humiliation.