Sorry I misunderstood your point. Were you saying it is relatively safe to be in US military during ground or air campaign in which we don't participate?
If that is your point , I have to say ; you are correct again.
Only electro-shock therapy will make you stop liking him. It's really easy here - Trump has attacked millions of Americans on the basis of their religion. This Muslim family lost their son, who was serving America. Trump attacks the family again on the basis of their religion. Most 4 year olds are able to figure this one out but you may lack the sheer mental bandwidth of those 4 year olds.
Religion is a set of beliefs but I think you will agree that the traditional political discourse in the United States, until now, has been to treat peoples' religious beliefs with some measure of respect (obvious we are not talking about radical Islamic terrorists --- oh, there, I said it!) and not to go singling out entire religions for increased police scrutiny, chastisement, etc...
Do I agree with this tradition? I do. As a bleeding-heart liberal (not really, just here) I see something perverse and stupid about inciting religious discrimination. I think this used to be a widely-held sentiment. Maybe not anymore.