If they’re wounded in combat, they have to pay for their own hospital meals.
And in some cases, they apparently have to buy their own gear including things like night vision goggles and field radios.
That tax cut is just looking better every day, isn’t it? (Addendum for the literalists: no, the tax cut is not reason the military charges for hospital meals, and that’s not what I meant to imply. It’s just symptomatic of the choices we make as a society or, perhaps more accurately, the choices that are made for us.)