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DoD issues military 'do's and dont's' for election season
Monday - 7/2/2012, 6:42pm EDT
The four-page memo, which was signed by Deputy Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, encourages all servicemen and women to exercise their civic ability.
But it also warns them to consider how to their public behavior reflects on the military as a whole. Prohibited activities include wearing a military uniform while "taking part in political activism" as well as running for political office or officially representing the armed forces at a political event.
Click here to read the full guidance.
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