October 29, 2016
It is apparent from reading your open letter to our military personnel that you are acting under some common misconceptions.
The word "citizen" has a legal definition and you need to take note of it. Citizens of all kinds are obligated to serve the government. While employed in military service, all personnel function as "citizens of the United States" and are de facto slaves under the municipal law of the foreign, independent international city state of Washington, DC which is run as a plenary oligarchy of the members of the United States Congress.
However, that same "Congress" is under contract and obligation to our states occupying the land jurisdiction of this country and by subrogation to us--- and so are you.
Federal civilian employees and federal dependents also function as citizens--- "United States Citizens".
Such citizens are all British Subjects and part of the democracy adopted by the United States of America (Minor)---- a "union" of "American states" comprised of the "State of New Columbia" and the so-called Insular States, including Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the "State of State" franchises, sometimes called "inchoate states", such as the "State of Florida".