Events in Honduras have given Hugo Chavez an excuse to meddle in Central America; with the tacit approval of President Obama.
For the record, former Honduran president, Mel Zelaya, was not ousted in a coup. He was removed by the army which was executing an order issued by the Honduran supreme court, unanimously backed by the congress.
Pajamas Media has a man in Honduras who reports that almost all of Honduras is united behind the government. PJM also reports that the violence there is being fomented by Venezuela's socialist dictator, Hugo Chavez, who hopes to us the unrest there as en excuse to send troops into the country. To that end, there are reports of Nicaraguan troops massing on the border with Honduras. Nicaragua is of course run by communist Daniel Ortega.
The military of Nicaragua numbers about 14,000 men divided into five military regions, apparently for internal security operations.
In contrast the Honduran army is organized into five infantry brigades (each of two battalions and usually a third with a specialty, armor, recon, etc...) plus a special operations brigade. They also receive American weapons, and officer training in the US.
Will's book about the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment and the Battle of 73 Easting, is called A Line Through the Desert. It may be purchased at Amazon.