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- Calling the Navy a "blue collar task force" is not acceptable. They are still active and skilled in combat. Also, all branches of the military see each other as "not as military as us".
- Just because the Coast Guard is not under the Department of Defense in peace time doesn't mean that they're not military: As per Title 14 of the United States code, they are a branch of the military.
- The JROTC and the like are kids, and, due to the complaints of parents and people who don't understand the military, won't have as many restrictions as the non-junior branches.
- The Lighthouse Board may have had a home with their families, but current military bases all (at least those that I'm aware of) have family dwellings.
- There is no military in the world whose members don't act out when they are off duty. It's what happens when one is under strict discipline for far too long: hijinks ensue when off duty. The Israeli Defense Force is no different. Just because everyone in the country is required to serve for two years does not make them a civilian force.
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