Do American political divisions impact troops? Here's what enlisted leaders have to say
from Military Times
The U.S. military's senior enlisted leaders faced questions at the Pentagon recently about how the enlisted force has adjusted to the hyper-partisan political climate of 2019. While political division appears to increasingly be the norm in civilian life, enlisted service members have remained relatively insulated, according to Army Command Sgt. Maj. John Wayne Troxell, the top enlisted adviser to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Still, more than 75% of service members responding to a 2018 Military Times poll of active-duty troops believe the military has become more politically polarized in recent years.
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