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Q: Each member of the Military swear an indivdual oath to "Protect and Defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign

What constitues the 'trigger' which brings that Oath to bear?

Philip D. Cave
Philip D. Cave answered on Apr 7, 2015

The taking of the oath.

From then on you are committed to protect and defend THE CONSTITUTION of the US, not the flag, not the country, not the President, but the founding document upon which the American form of democracy is based upon.

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Q: If a soldier owns a business, are they required to report that they own the buisness to their commander?
Philip D. Cave
Philip D. Cave answered on Apr 2, 2015

Each Service has their own regulation regarding "off duty employment."

Check your unit admin for the regulation on "moonlighting" or "off duty employment."

Generally it can't interfere with military duties.

There are also some potential...
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