and there is morality.
Downvote wasn't from me as you do bring up a good point.
Before getting into a war or the military one must understand what they are doing.
But what if they are lured in?
For instance I was lured in to work in a "forest" (sand, hehe - I wanted to be a forest ranger) and blow stuff up (people - but what kid back then didn't like fireworks) and I saw right through it. But back then it was easy to get a good paying job. I held two, and went to college, couldn't get a loan for state (due to not signing the "voluntary" form), but paid for community college.
Things have been different since then, way different.
Right now I think kids graduating high school should join a trade school and forget bigger stuff, unless through some miracle you will be at the top of your class. We need HVAC guys, mechanics, and even web programmers. You might not get rich but you might make enough as a wage slave to raise a family and not have your job outsourced. (edit: as a mechanic you can own your own business, also I failed to mention selling homes, that's another good one.)
If you CAN escape the rat race I highly advise it. I gave up on corporatism, and work as a wage slave for a really cool guy. I don't get paid as much, but I am way happier, even though I haven't escaped the rat race yet.)
So yes, she did violate the contract, but if you signed one with your work and you suddenly realized your work was killing hundreds of people every week/month what would you do? Maybe she's milking it. I doubt she will be rewarded for her actions. It's not my part to judge though. If she continued to take benefits after negating the contract that would be immoral. But maybe she can have a dishonorable discharge and live in peace?
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