The United States military prides itself on being an apolitical institution dedicated to the preservation of national security. Its apolitical pretensions are increasingly difficult to maintain, however, as candidates for President court endorsements from veterans, servicemembers are increasingly (politically) active on social media, and extreme polarization and fears of post-election unrest have journalists and others asking military leaders whether they will play a role in securing the country after November 3rd. Join us for a conversation with three leading experts on civil-military about the military’s role in domestic politics, the election, and what might come after.