Here Are the U.S. Presidents That Served in the Military

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Pres­i­dent Joe Biden is the “Com­man­der in Chief” and that is far from an hon­orary title. In fact, the Con­sti­tu­tion states, “The Pres­i­dent shall be Com­man­der in Chief of the Army and Navy of the Unit­ed States, and of the Mili­tia of the sev­er­al States, when called into the actu­al Ser­vice of the Unit­ed States.”
Since the Nation­al Secu­ri­ty Act of 1947, that has also been under­stood to mean all Unit­ed States Armed Forces. Yet, the exact degree of the author­i­ty that the Con­sti­tu­tion actu­al­ly grants POTUS has been the sub­ject of debate, espe­cial­ly in recent years.
And while Pres­i­dent Biden …


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