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Military Service Builds Character - At the U.S. Coast Guard Academy I was taught that the chain of command is essential to good order and discipline. As a freshman "swab," I was vigorously indoctrinated to this idea; failure to know and recite one's entire chain of command — military and civilian — was a punishable offense. I was further educated regarding civilian control of the military through classes on U.S. government, U.S. history, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, the Geneva Conventions and the Law of the Sea. (All service academy cadets and midshipman can likewise explain the folly of nations where civilian control of the military was relinquished: Nazi Germany, imperial Japan and Napoleon's French Empire.)
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dhh Wrote the following on 06/25/2010 7:55 PM :

So what branch did you serve in, Neo?


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