One of the most immediate changes made following the recent inauguration and transfer of power was the White House website. Modifications were made and the website started being transformed to reflect the new Trump administration’s goals and campaign promises. One change in particular was the promise to make our military strong again. The new message promises increased military readiness, budget changes to rebuild the military, additional missile defense capabilities, cyber security, and a VA overhaul. His stance on the military will likely not be his only diversion from the previous administration.
Our men and women in uniform are the greatest fighting force in the world and the guardians of American freedom. That’s why the Trump Administration will rebuild our military and do everything it can to make sure our veterans get the care they deserve.
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Desiree Huitt is an Army Veteran serving 11 years as a Military Intelligence officer and prior to OCS as a combat medic. She is a graduate from the University of Texas in Austin with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Eastern Studies.