I'm no American, but AFAIK the FBI is not part of the US military, so shouldn't the FBI agent be removed from this list? Kennelly 16:13, 29 Oct 2005 (UTC)

  • Hmm, it is a United States Federal Government agency. I think he got slipped in there because he was lumped into the "Naval Personnel" section of the end credits for Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (along with all of the other Armed Forces personnel) as they obviously work in conjunction. I suppose we could either modify the specifications of the page to include it, or create United States law enforcement personnel and include this fella, the NYPD guy from TOS, the LAPD guy from VOY and the SFPD guy from TNG, among others. --Alan del Beccio 18:01, 29 Oct 2005 (UTC)

Move Joe Lando ? Edit

Should we move Joe Lando on United States law enforcement personnel ? I know the description "Shore patrolman" said he was a patrolman on the shore, but perhaps he is an officer who guarded the shore section, in this case the hospital ?? – Tom 19:58, 26 April 2007 (UTC)

Bush 41 Edit

The reason I listed him "to a lesser degree" is that, while Roosevelt (elected governor of New York four months after San Juan Hill), JFK (campaign lit couldn't brag enough about PT-109) and Truman (the nephew of the local Democratic boss had served under him in WWI and convinced his uncle that he would be a great candidate) used it as a foot in the door almost immediately, Bush, though he certainly played it up, first truly got into politics 20 years later, and had become a successful businessman during that time.--Ten-pint 02:50, July 7, 2010 (UTC)

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