The military has become a part of the national milk cow. I know people drawing checks for a disability, but they are not disabled and have no work restrictions at all. I never was interested in the military, so I don't know if a dislocating shoulder is a disqualifier. I had an ex recruiter tell me that I could have kept it quiet, gone in and gotten hurt in training, then draw a check for the rest of my life. He was telling me how to soak the system. I've known female coworkers who went in, finished basic training, got skills training in a "non combat area", and found reasons to leave the military. One feigned an injury, the other got pregnant. The former is drawing a check, and when we were in training, she kept calling the VA bugging them for an increase in her disability level. Neither finished their initial enlistment. My uncle who served in WWII had a back problem going in that the Army missed. He drew a check the rest of his life. I know a Marine who supports Colin Kapernack. He may be loyal to the Marines and the guy next to him, but I think his loyalty to the US is weak. He had the BLM mentality. He is one of the laziest employees I've ever seen. I don't fawn over military folks like a lot of people. They have gotten to the point where they are not much different than welfare queens. All this fawning over them seems to have given them a sense of entitlement.