"Armies in today's world will continue to do what Armies have always done, defend national interests domestically and abroad. I think what has changed is every new way our interests have to be defended because we have defined new spaces - physical and psychological/cyber. Every time we have trouble or disagreements in how we define a space, that's where our armies come in to help 'draw lines in the sand'. "
Major in Engineering Management
Current Position: Battalion Commander of the Basic Training Program at the Haitian National Police Academy
"The armies of the world serve as tool of foreign diplomacy for influencing other countries to act in a way that is beneficial for the home country. Increasingly those with great military power are allowed to get away with actions that countries with lesser militaries could never achieve. Armies are an arm of the government and the government should be a representation of national interest."
2LT Montele Adams U.S. Army
The Citadel '20
Major in Criminal Justice
Military Police Officer
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