Why the military should educate its members about the Constitution

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The military makes every service member in its ranks take an oath to defend the document that the nation was founded upon – the Constitution. But many service members (both current and former) don’t truly understand its contents; of the many subjects the military teaches its members, the Constitution is not one of them. Because they lack understanding, some have misconstrued the oath to mean “defend the president”, as evidenced in the January 6 insurrection. Read full article here

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