....that we've had Nazis in the military off and on since WWII. The was a book written in 1943 called “Under Cover” by John Roy Carlson; you can get it on Scribd. In it, Carlson relates how he spied on natavist, fascist, and Nazi groups from the late 1930s until the book was published, and many of the goons he knew joined the Army in 1941 to both stop draft harassment by the government and to spread defeatism. During the Vietnam War era there were a small number of crypto-Nazis in the Army, one of the outspoken ones* was interviewed in the early 1970s documentary “The California Reich.” Finally, I can say that I've heard of skinheads and neo-Nazis being in the Army before September 11th; CBS News did a report on them during the late 1990s (1997 or 1999.) They had infiltrated the paratroops at Fort Bragg, and one of the Nazis had his girlfriend living illegally on base. In the past such soldiers have been drummed out either through court-martial or dishonorable discharge, but the last decade has seen the Army or the Marines hanging on to these clowns because they have no replacements, as Kennard points out.________________* That soldier, a sergeant, was being investigated by the Army during the making of the documentary. Carlson's Nazi soldiers were also discharged.