I've also posted this in On-Topic, but I feel this is only a issue that military people can relate to. With the current protests on the illegal imigrant issue, there are quite a few immigrants or those seeking citizenship; that are serving in our Military. Now I am all for supporting the rights given to people seeking to become citizens. Everyone should have a chance to become a citizen of our nation, if they choose so. As for anything else in regards to the current protest, I choose not to voice my opinion on the matter. One of my soldiers though, this past weekend, went to a protest here in Colorado Springs. He went in his uniform. Why? It is against the UCMJ to be active in any type of protest. He is hispanic and does not have his citizenship. I figure he would like to show pride to his fellow Mexicans and show that there is someone fighting for them. Maybe he felt that the uniform would stand as a sign. Will he be punished for his actions? I do not know at this time. Should he? That is the real question.