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  1. Also look into UCMJ Article 138. Once I learned about this, I now share it with everyone. Its one of the most powerful tools, you, as the member, have to hold a negligent commander accountable if they are doing something unlawful. May not be vaccine related, can be for anything.
  2. Worth noting that if you've ever been vaccinated for small pox, the small pox vaccine has 85% efficacy against monkey pox. The viruses are in the same family.
  3. The big issue with the Russian collusion crap, outside of influencing an election, was it out a cloud on Trump's presidency that undermined the legitimacy of his official position. In other words, with every policy or effort he put forward, it was dismissed with skepticism his entire presidency because people believed he wasn't even lawfully president. That said, there is a bit of irony because that was the same play with the Obama birther hoax. However, this is a dangerous game to play and one that invites insurgency. Between this and election fraud claims, the trust that Americans have that their leadership is actually elected democratically is very low. When that trust is extinguished, you better believe there will be terrorism, insurgency and civil war by the people in am effort to restore the institution. It's stunningly dangerous to our democracy.
  4. Let's take all of the assumptions in your first paragraph to be true, then that order wouldn't be a lawful order because it lacks military neccesity. All orders have to have military neccesity, regardless of the context.
  5. I mean to some people money is the meaning of life right?
  6. This may be an unpopular opinion but I've switched communities a few times so I think that gives me some insight. If your goal is command, stay Intel. (There are Intel squadrons, you probably already know that.) It won't be impossible if you go rated but believe that when you hit your first line squadron at the 7-8 year mark, your wing will already have it's shiny pennies more or less picked. It doesn't mean you can't break into that, it's just hard...... MAF could help you if you have a positive reputation in your current wing and go back to that community. That said, if your passion is flying, go fly. You will find in the flying world, most aircrew don't have innate respect for those dudes who gun for command from the outset anyway. We prefer competent aviators with a passion for getting the mission done. If that's you, you will excel as a pilot, and laugh all the way to the bank at your snooty command Intel friends when you book off at 20 for Delta or United. Just my 2c.
  7. What hasn't changed is how the Democratic party still strongly believes that race is a person's most important attribute in determining who they are.
  8. Prozac you've made some really phenomenal arguments that we can reduce social spending, back off student debt relieve and not worry about making housing more abundant and affordable. Thanks mate.
  9. Yeah I would agree with that statement. Completely irresponsible for a company to act that way. The FAA has historically given Red Bull a lot of slack to develop air sports. Maybe some of that needs reigned in.
  10. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/red-bull-plane-swap-faa-revokes-licenses-luke-aikins-andy-farrington/?ftag=CNM-00-10aab6a&linkId=164870016 What's even more WTF is the surprising amount of support these people have who believe "what you do with your private property is none of the FAAs business."
  11. Also other organizations have formed to fill that roll including the CSCE, the EU and the Council of Europe.
  12. In what world is societal economic collapse from excessive debt absorption considered security?
  13. Sorry did I miss it? Was a NATO partner attacked by Russia in the last two months?
  14. Opposing Russia is nowhere in the NATO charter. Not all NATO countries are staunchly anti-Russia.
  15. Agree. I don't mind being in NATO if we spend the same as Iceland. Let's do that. We can still help Europe, well just help them as much as they help themselves.
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