I know that the 1911 was the standard U.S. military sidearm for quite some time, until President Clinton forced them to trade it for the M9 so that we'd have "less lethal" weapons for our military members to use against the enemy. Don't ask me how that makes sense... Anyway, I also know that during the early part of the 2nd Bush administration, folks were talking about bringing a .45 back. A lot of people were talking about an .45 made by HK. So... Does anyone in the military, or retired from the military know which weapon might be chosen? Would it be a 1911? If one is chosen, do you think that the U.S. would implement it???? I doubt the "enemy friendly" 9mm is going anywhere as long as Obama is in office.