Former Navy SEAL Eric Greitens is running for governor of Missouri and he's making his service experience the centerpiece of his campaign. Greitens inspired the New York Times to publish an article this past weekend that revisits tensions between SEAL factions over what many believe is exploitation of the SEAL "brand" for personal gain. What's your take? Should former SEALs use their service records in political campaigns? Do you want to see the SEAL brand connected to positions you don't agree with, whether those positions are liberal or conservative? Let us know what you think and sound off!
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