Some military desk officers are not real soldiers, so what if they find them self on front line?
The job of desk officer (eg. lawyer) is not real soldier jobs, despite they are part of military. These position, start off as Lieutenant, some such as army doctor and nurses, still require formal officer training (1 year course), but others not so much. Years ago, right after graduating with a Bachelor in Public Relationship, I wanted to try out for the air force's public relationship department(I didn't went through with it, because the idea of going into the military freak my mum out) despite they start u off as a Lieutenant, u only get 1 week basic training, less then a private
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
According to both MSNBC and FOX, 70% of those serving in the military favor the repeal of DADT. According to FOX's Shep Smith, it's the generals who want to keep it - not the enlisted men and women. Shouldn't these guys and gals in the trenches have more say-so than the generals?
by Marlene Bertrand 19 months ago
Do American citizens give up their civil rights when they join the military?My husband told me that when he joined the military, they told him he was the property of the United States. That got me to wondering if that meant he lost his civil rights while he was serving in the military.
by Ruben Rivera 8 years ago
I am in the Marines and I truly believe everyone has the right to serve their country in the Armed forces. The only issue I have the fact that the military mentality would make it very hard to start the process of allowing gays to serve openly in the military.I serve around young Marines and...
by peter565 13 months ago
Why pre 20th century army officers and soldiers wear different uniform in battle?Today, all the soldiers wear the exact same thing, while in battle, but prior to 20th century, in many countries ordinary soldiers and officers wear different uniform (interesting though, in some pre 20th century...
by Credence2 5 years ago
Hi, folks, the link that I provide is from an article written by Patrick Buchanan, not one of my favorite guys. He is blunt in his opinion and I think just as wrong. http://news.yahoo.com/pentagons-surrend … 00599.html
by cooldad 6 years ago
Should we feel sympathy for soldiers who willingly sign up for war and die in war?This is a serious question. Why should we feel sympathy for people who knowingly and willingly join the military to go to war and fight? 18 year-old children are not experienced enough, nor intelligent enough to...
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