I wouldn't be a bit surprised if she did. The military are the first thrown under the bus whenever the power of a politician is in jeopardy.
There's no excuse at all for what we do to our military when it comes to voting. We could easily setup a system where each service member is given a PIN number, or some other unique identifier and allow them to vote online. Such a system would probably even cost less than how it is being handled today, and there would be little potential for fraud if done properly.
Only trouble is, an internet voting system would be insecure - if not in the vote count, in the secrecy of the ballot. I wouldn't want to be in the military and have my CiC know that I voted against him . . .