Since he was just sworn in as the President of the United States, we’ve been wondering: Was Joe Biden In The Military? Let’s see what we can find on his Military career but before that, a quick introduction to Joe Biden.
Joe Biden’s Early Life and Political Career
Joe Biden was born November 20, 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania and is a politician who has served as Vice President of the United States under Barack Obama since 2009.
Biden’s father had been very well known for his work as an attorney and public servant which led Joe towards following in those footsteps when he went to law school after college before making a name for himself practicing law full time while raising three kids simultaneously. This ambition soon brought him into office where he would meet with Barack Obama during his second term and together they passed marriage equality through congress, something that made them both proud considering how hard they fought from day one in the White House on equal rights issues.
In a New York Times article from 1987, Biden talked about how his family life with Jill and their children has helped him in the work that he does as a politician.
“I really think I’m good at politics because my whole life is built on human relationships,” he said in this interview for the publication’s profile of him. “Life was never anything but public service.”
Biden went to law school after college and eventually found himself practicing law full time while raising three kids simultaneously before coming into office as Vice President under Barack Obama in 2009. He spoke openly about being proud of what marriage equality looked like when it passed through Congress during his second term alongside Obama who had been pushing for equal rights from day on in the Oval Office.
Joe Biden’s Personal Life
In 1965, Biden married his first wife Neilia Hunter and they had three children together. In 1977, Biden’s daughter Naomi was killed in a car accident with her friend who she was driving while intoxicated.
His second wife Jill came into the family after their marriage in 1977 and Joe Jr., Beau and Ashley were born soon after that point. They also raised Hunter as one of their own kids from this union until 1988 when she died of cancer at age 46.
Biden has another son named James who is from an extramarital affair during college but does not have any contact with him or know if he is alive or not.
Was Joe Biden In The Military? His Military Career Explained!
Joe Biden was not enlisted in any branch of service, but he did serve as a commissioned officer in the Delaware Army National Guard from 1968 to 1973. He went on to become Honorary Chief Justice for Grand Lodge U.S.A., Free & Accepted Masons (the main governing body for most US Masonic lodges).
Biden received an honorary Doctorate from Villanova University in 1980 and his name appears on The Wall Of Fame In The Commons At Valley Forge Council Boy Scouts of America Museum.
In 1981, before entering politics, Biden started teaching law at Widener College near Philadelphia. During this time , he volunteered at Delaware Legal Aid, where he provided legal services to low-income individuals.
Joe Biden’s 2020 Presidential Campaign
The campaign began in November 2018 with a campaign website. Biden released his first video on November 13, 2018 in which he formally announced that he was running for president of the United States in 2020. In this announcement video, Biden said “I’m announcing my candidacy for President of the United States.” He also promoted a pledge to rebuild America and unite it again, as well as to restore decency and civility to our politics.
He won the election against Donald Trump and he was voted as the 46th President of the United States of America. He was sworn in to the office in 2021. Biden is from the Democratic party and he became the first Democratic President since Barack Obama.
Joe Biden was not in the military, but he did serve as President Obama’s Vice-President from 2009 to 2017. He is also known for being a long time Senator and Mayor of Wilmington (Delaware). So while his service has been political rather than arms related, it has still had an impact on America.