The Military Oath of the USA bymaryh10000
I served for four years in the US Air Force. As a member of the military, I took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America. Here’s what that meant to me.
I did not swear an oath to the President of the United States, although he was my commander in chief. As a member of the military, I was obligated to obey my superior officers, and the commander in chief is the most superior of all. But my oath was not to him or her. It was to the Constitution.
I did not promise to fight for freedom, per se. Although I do believe that upholding the Constitution does support freedom.
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