Makes me wonder about the true purpose of doing something like this.
We already know that there are criminal elements within the military. Specifically, I mean that it is fact that not 100% of the military are ok. There is a small percentage that is a risk and that is why we have security precautions, for the small percentage risk.
So why are they doing this?
To create the idea of everyone else being second class citizens? Maybe the point is that if you don't serve the State then you're second rate.
Sounds like this is only a policy for that one airport instead of nationwide. Why?
Remember those lawyers who witnessed some agent escort the underwear bomber past security?
What if this new measure is to help someone get something past security?
Nobody can say that 100% of soldiers would never do anything wrong since we have plenty of examples proving otherwise.