How can I find good military medical malpractice attorneys?
How can I find out what time it is using military times?
How to find a military members location?
Is it against the law for me to accept an illegal order while in the military?
What are annulment laws in the United Stats military?
What are the laws for military wives and their husband?
What is a used baby item you would not reuse?
All civilian laws are in effect for military personnel. The military code of conduct adds to that. You are expect to behave with honor and dignity AND obey the law.
It really depends what it is. If a small item, you can keep it in most cases. Now, finding millions of dollars worth of cash, you won't be keeping that.
It would depend on the value of the item, it's historical significance (if any) and it's rightful owner. The U. S. military does not loot for spoils of war and it is forbiden.
All branches of the military have a Code of Honor. Found items would be reported and/or turned in based on the policies of the base or the circumstances as well as the Code of Honor.
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