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originally posted by: seeker1963
originally posted by: bender151
a reply to: neo96
I'm usually on your side with things, but you have no idea what you're talking about. No. Enlisted members do not have the same rights as civilians. Google it if it shocks you, but it's hardly breaking news.
Your right about that. I just wish the same standards were held for every other federal employee getting a paycheck! Become a soldier and it's a different world! Meanwhile take a maddening look at our childish politicians...
Getting a tattoo could be grounds for a court martial for defacing government property! Just depended if your commander had it out for you or not!
originally posted by: Wardaddy454
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
I hope those responsible were reprimanded. The military serves the people. Not the president.
I wouldn't be too hard on them, probably just happy that someone might keep them from going to the ME now.
On Wednesday, the White House put out a statement from National Security Advisor Michael Flynn criticizing Iran’s recent ballistic missile test as well as a number of attacks in recent months by Iranian-supported Houthi militias against American, Saudi, and Emirati ships off the coast of Yemen. The statement then criticizes the Iran nuclear deal and the Obama administration, before concluding that “we are officially putting Iran on notice.”