If they can't take being witnessed to then they are too soft to be a combatant in the US Military.
If they can't take not witnessing to everyone they are too soft to be a combatant in the US Military.
By the way, single-liners aside, do you think it's a good policy when officers at the Air Force Academy favor cadets who belong to their particular church and see to their advancement? Do you think that Catholics should have to listen to an officer in their class tell them that the Pope is probably an agent of the anti-Christ--and what conclusion should they draw if their officer nods in agreement when one of their fellow classmates tries to share the good news with them about the wickedness of the Marian cult?
Does this sound like any way to build a military for the United States? Or is only ok because you feel like you'd never personally be mistreated by the government for your Catholic or Jewish or Episcopalian faith?