During an appearance before the Times of Northwest Indiana editorial board, Richard Mourdock discussed ways in which he would cut defense spending. In coming up with ideas, Mourdock said:
"There's always going to be a lot of duplication. We look today at the historical setup of Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard - there's a lot of duplication and bureaucracy right there. In the 21st century is that necessary? I'm not sure that it is."
Which military branch do you think is no longer necessary in the 21st century - the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps or Coast Guard?