Look up free data on military past and present: rank, tours of duty, commendations, theaters, current status, health information and wherabouts.
The military-personnel-installations page of the usa.gov completely-free website is the hub of information related to those who have served and are serving in the USAF (United States Armed Forces - a little confusing because USAF is also an acronym for United States Air Force) and the military bases ('installations').
From the central source of https://www.usa.gov/military-personnel-and-installations there's access to all of the following data at no charge - which is a lot:
USA.gov front and center has a search box prepopulated with 'Search All Government', the Utility of which seems grossly broad on a site presumably dedicated to information about soldiers, and it's contradictory to this blurb at the top of the page:
"It’s not easy to lookup military members or get their contact information. There’s no database to search and privacy laws and military rules don’t allow the services to share this information."
Honestly the site, its pages, content and design don't give the appearance of a government website with the usual repetitiveness, anal clandestine references and website inefficienies. Attemping to look up the domain name in WhoIS returned nothing but a suggestion to continue on to "RS.INTERNIC.NET" which doesn't work.
This looks like a spam/scam site that was registered by an individual who managed to garner a .gov extension.
Armed forces is ordered as standing forces, which is presented as a professional army that is involved in no other profession than preparing for and engaging in national defense and warfare.
Military, as an adjective, is a property of things related to warfare and soldiers. "GI" stands for 'government inspected' as though soldiers are commodities or pieces of meat. Come to think of it, that is all they are in the eyes of the 'elite' who wage war and fund both sides for profit.
Military in American English is mostly used for regulations concerning to and among justice, transport, procurement, force and strength.
The military of the United States, officially known as the United States Armed Forces, is structured into 6 branches: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard and now, Space Force. All are also part of United States Uniformed Services.
Militaries are considered to be our modern day heroes. They are strong, courageous and determined people that are fighting for peace. They give us hope as we witness their heroism in the face of war against bad elements.
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