Active Duty Military as convention delegates?
From the GOP's own convention website:
About 15 percent of the 4,800-plus delegates and alternates to the convention in New York are veterans, organizers said Monday. An additional 3 percent are active military personnel.
Hmm. Then there's this, direct from DoD:
4.1.2. A member on active duty shall not:
22.214.171.124. Use his or her official authority or influence for interfering with an election; affecting the course or outcome of an election; soliciting votes for a particular candidate or issue; or requiring or soliciting political contributions from others.
126.96.36.199. Be a candidate for, hold, or exercise the functions of civil office except as authorized in paragraphs 4.2. and 4.3., below.
188.8.131.52. Participate in partisan political management, campaigns, or conventions (unless attending a convention as a spectator when not in uniform).
A delegate is hardly a 'spectator'... So WTF??