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The '''DOOP Army''' (sometimes known as the '''Earth Army''') is the protector of all members of the [[Democratic Order of Planets]], such as [[Earth]]. Its motto is "Join the Army, ''What Are You Chicken?''". The Army is often led by legendary 25 Star General [[Zapp Brannigan]] and doesn't seem to care about human life, sending wave after wave of its troops to their deaths on often fruitless missions based on decisions that arguably lack tactical credibility. The DOOP Army generally prefers to wage war against weak, undeveloped or defenseless opponents, such as the pacifists of the [[Gandhi Nebula]], or the "weak and womanlike" [[Spiderians]]. Whenever confronted with aggressive and technologically developed enemies, such as the [[Omicronians]] or [[Decapodians]], the DOOP Army usually suffers crushing defeats due to [[Zapp Brannigan]]'s moronic tactics.
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The '''DOOP Army''' (sometimes known as the '''Earth Army''') is the protector of all members of the [[Democratic Order of Planets]], such as [[Earth]]. Its motto is "Join the Army, ''What Are You Chicken?''". The Army is often led by legendary 25 Star General [[Zapp Brannigan]] and doesn't seem to care about human life, sending wave after wave of its troops to their deaths on often fruitless missions based on decisions that arguably lack tactical credibility.
  
 
== Troops ==
 
== Troops ==

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