War is not a game. But impressionable kids may not be able to tell the difference if the U.S. military continues its e-sports recruitment.

The U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force have all launched e-sports teams and have been using popular video game streaming websites, such as Twitch, to drum up recruitment. Active and reserve personnel have been hopping online to stream themselves playing video games and, in the process, talk with viewers about a range of topics, including the opportunities afforded by military service.

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