Military Powers of the President?


The main military power of the president is that of Commander in Chief. The president can deploy military power in limited interventions without the approval of Congress. For large scale military interventions Congress must authorize the engagement under the War Powers Resolution.
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He is know as the commander and chief, so he dictates troop deployments/movements and where funds go.
The President gets to say yes or no to the Nations legislation. He also has the power to pardon, control the military and to fill vacancies.
The President can conduct military operations without Congress's consent for
The U.S. president is the head of the military. As commander in chief of the U.S. military, the president has the power to send troops into combat. Congress, however, must approve
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