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Just wondering if an active duty member can run a small business on the side.
It can depend at times on the business.
Also check your service regulation on whether you need permission similar to rules on moonlighting.
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No it isn't. However, the business cannot interfere with the service member's duties nor can it be contrary to the values of the military.
Mr. Cave is correct. It depends on several factors. For example, a JAG officer cannot practice law on the side, but might be allowed to sell t-shirts. Check with your command and service regulations.
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