Civil-military gap refers to the divide in the United States between those who have served in the military and those who have not. It can also be referred to as the civil-military divide or civilian-military divide. The civil-military gap involves a breach in understanding between service members or veterans and the civilian, nonmilitary community. Although some evidence of the gap has been seen since the 1950s, it became more prevalent in the 1990s after the Cold War had ended. There is a fear... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2020. 2p.