The president is the Commander and Chief of the military. Along with his advisors the Joint Chiefs of Staff military decisions are made.
Ensuring that the US military was larger than the Soviet military
POTUS is President of the United States. For all branches of the US military, the President is the "Commander in Chief".
I am not sure what you want to know. The President is the commander-in-chief of all US federal military forces. He is also the boss over the Department of Defense sets military policy .
How did the US go a isolationism foreign policy to a political and military involvement?
the United States Armed Forces or, generically, the US Military. All are part of the Department of Defense (formerly, the Department of War and Department of the Navy).
The US President is the Comander in Chief of the US Military
party leader and civilian head of the military.
The Secretary of Defense is the major department head with authority over the US military. The Secretary of Defense is a civilian appointed by the President and is responsible for the overall management and direction of the Department of Defense, which includes the branches of the military.
The military is made of all volunteers.
ALL jobs in the US military are military positions, be it war or peace. There are NO non-military jobs in the military
It has always been an all volunteer military with the only notable exceptions were drafts.
The US Government and US Military takes all complaints very seriously, there is a US office of Government ethics. The Government ethics office would follow up ethics violations plus the relevant defense agencies head ethics officials.
The president is commander-in-chief of all US Military.
No not at all.
Answer: 0 percent. All of the country's military is now in 2008.
No, the US currently has an all-volunteer military.