Why is body armor no longer worn by military personnel today?
it can not stop bullets so why wear it?
Are there more military enlisted personnel in the Air Force and Navy in 2004 than there are in 2007?
Applicable to the US Army only; and ONLY during the Vietnam War (its different today): The official "combat arms" of the US Army were: Infantry, Armor, and Artillery, and in that order (although some will argue about the order of Artillery & Armor). All other branches (Military Police, Engineers, Aviation, Medical Corps, Transportation, Ordnance Corps, etc.) were supporting branches.
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Can other men claim a deferment if they go on a mission trip for their church if it is not a Mormon church?
If you are seeking a military deferment for religious reasons, you will need to talk to your military officers. Deferments are not as common today in the United States since we no longer have a draft. Mormons in the military are rarely granted military deferments for missions anymore- it is expected that if they want to serve a mission they will do so before joining the military. Deferments for religious service are also uncommon in…