FBI Gangs Military
November 2, 2011 by staff
FBI Gangs Military, Make sure you know the soldiers of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. But what about the Bloods and the Crips? Not to mention other street and prison gangs such as the Asian Boyz, Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings, MS-13, you sure?, Little Rascal Gangsters, the Juggalos, the Aryan Brotherhood, Barrio Azteca, Texas Syndicate, along with motorcycle gangs including the Bandidos, Hells Angels, Mongols, Outlaws, and Vagos.
That’s according to the FBI, in its recently published National Assessment threat of gangs. Gang recruitment among uniformed personnel “is a significant criminal threat to the U.S. military,” he says. “Members of nearly every major street gangs as well as some prison gangs and [biker gangs outlaws] have been reported in military installations, both domestic and international.”
Military deployments extend the influence of gangs around the world, says the report. Young people who join the military to escape the gang “, but often return to the gang associations once they meet other gang members in the armed forces.” Gang members learn about the weapons of the military – the information shared with non-military gang members.
“The gang members have been reported in all branches of the U.S. military, although a large proportion of these gang members and members of the band depends on the military are affiliated with the U.S. Army, Reserve Army and National Guard branches, “says the report. “Youth gang members without criminal records, are trying to join the army and hide tattoos and gang affiliation during the hiring process …”
That’s bad news for the U.S. military. The good news, relatively speaking, is that the military part of the band FBI report says that only three of its 99 pages.
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