Unlike many countries, the U.S. does not have a mandatory service requirement. Perhaps if there were one, everyone would have a better understanding of just what it means to put your own life on the line for the freedoms of others. The idea of putting one’s life on the line is especially relevant in the Trump era of engaging in military conflict with seemingly everyone.
Moreover, anyone who has honorably served will tell you that the pride and love-of-country that comes from having done so, can’t be matched. For those who put their lives on the line and aren’t yet citizens, that love likely takes on a much deeper meaning for it says, ‘I will die for you, although I’m not one of you.’ That’s deep.
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Despite the depth of one being willing to serve without the rights of being an American citizen, some
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