At various times "living on base" is mentioned. US soldiers don't live on "bases," they live on post. The US Navy, USMC, and US Air Force have bases; the US Army has forts and camps which are posts and as such soldiers and their families live "on post" when living at US Army installations. See more
Major Lucas Provo
Inspectors, as much as your input is appreciated, military protects military. On this operation, I'm running point.
Major, I'm... I'm no lawyer, but I've got a pretty good handle on matters of jurisdiction. Stan, back me up here.
No, not the "actually" face.
Not my favorite face.