Fleet Marine Life #109 – 1st Amendment | iHateTheUSMC
In the Marine Corps, your constitutional rights are somewhat… non-existent. When you enlist in any branch of the military, you have to take an oath to protect the constitution from all enemies both foreign and domestic. But what exactly is the constitution? I'm sure if you've asked any member of the military, they probably wouldn't know that much. No one is forced to read it. So it's not surprising if many Marines have gone through their career without reading it. But of course, we all have a general idea of what it is. The constitution with the bill of rights says what the government can and cannot do. It also lists the basic rights that citizens of the United States have. It is the supreme law of the United States of America. If you're a Marine, I recommend you take about 30 minutes out of your day and read the "Original Text" section of the article linked above. It's honestly not that long. In the next series of comics, I will draw and