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Are soldiers allowed to take pictures on base?
It is illegal to take pictures of a military base, even if it’s from off that base (Unless there is a special event going on, like an air show). But if the area isn’t a secure facility, you should be fine.
Can you take a picture in military uniform?
Yes, a soldier can post a photograph of themselves in uniform.
Is it illegal to take pictures of the military?
Whenever, in the interests of national defense, the President defines certain vital military and naval installations or equipment as requiring protection against the general dissemination of information relative thereto, it shall be unlawful to make any photograph, sketch, picture, drawing, map, or graphical …
Can you hug in military uniform?
Hand-holding, hugging and kissing are generally not allowed while in uniform. Remember that while in uniform, service members are expected to maintain military decorum and bearing. It’s one of the hardest rules not to break, but an important one to remember.
Why is it so hard to sustain forces in Afghanistan?
Physically getting U.S. forces into Afghanistan and sustaining them logistically has always posed serious challenges, even when the military could rely on overland routes through Pakistan and a collection of other military corridors known as the “Northern Distribution Network.”
What is the Afghanistan-Russia border and why does it matter?
At the height of the U.S. war there, that network flowed through former Soviet states that border Afghanistan, into Russia and ultimately to the Caspian or Baltic seas, and played a critical role the last time the U.S. tried to withdraw fully from Afghanistan in 2014.
Do deployed soldiers have access to phones and Internet?
YES: Deployed service people have access to phones, internet,Skype almost all the time except when they are in the field. Many purchase internet in the country where they are deployed otherwise they can use it at MWR.If you are being told otherwise it is likely you are being scammed by someone. It is unfortunately very common now.
What is America’s Future in Afghanistan?
Many of those who spoke with U.S. News about America’s future with regard to Afghanistan note the common assumption that, like in Iraq in 2014, the U.S. could return to a faraway battlefield years after leaving it to address new threats – in that case, the sudden and dramatic rise of the Islamic State group.