When the military needs you, you need to call them back
The United States is experiencing an economic crisis and many Americans feel they are being abandoned by the military.
We can’t have both.
It’s time to call on the military to take a backseat to its civilian counterparts, and make the military its primary employer and protector.
But we have to do this in a way that keeps its mission and its military capabilities strong.
The military is a critical tool for our national security.
But it can’t be its sole provider.
We need a government agency to play that role.
A civilian-run, civilian-funded military agency can fulfill that role for us, with the full support of Congress and the American people.
That’s what the Defense Business Board (DBB), a nonprofit organization created by the Department of Defense, is doing.
The DBB’s mission is to bring the military and civilian workforce together in a shared vision of the future of the armed forces.
It was formed in 2007 as a result of a military study and feedback from the public.
The Defense Business Council (DBC) was formed by a consortium of the military, the civilian workforce, industry, academia and the military’s leadership in 2014.
The civilian-led, civilian agency is comprised of two departments, one funded by Congress and one by the private sector.
The government agencies are both funded by the Defense Department and the National Guard.
The Pentagon’s Department of the Army (DOD) is the largest DOD department and has $3.4 trillion in assets.
DOD and the Army are the two largest civilian departments in the military at $2.3 trillion and $2 trillion, respectively.
The Army has a budget of nearly $4 trillion.
The DOD has a $1 trillion war chest and more than $1.5 trillion in personnel.
The Department of Energy (DOE) is responsible for producing nuclear weapons and is a key part of the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
The DOE is the Pentagon’s biggest user of taxpayer dollars, with more than 30 percent of its budget going to nuclear weapons.
It is also one of the largest contractors in the country, receiving nearly $1 billion in government contracts in 2017.
The State Department is the main agency of the State Department and is responsible, among other things, for diplomacy, humanitarian relief, human rights, and other international issues.
The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is a multilateral organization responsible for coordinating humanitarian efforts and building capacity for humanitarian assistance and reconstruction.
The Office for Civilian Reconstruction is a government-run program that helps provide assistance to civilians in the aftermath of natural disasters and other emergencies.
The Agency for International Development (USAID) is tasked with international development and humanitarian assistance.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), an independent private corporation that is the primary U.K. investment arm, is a major donor to the U