Growing up a Military Brat myself, when I was drafted into the Army I considered it just a PCS to another base. Remaining in the Army 30 years, my kids had the same life experience I did, including going into the service while I was still on active duty so I have some knowledge of this subject.
In the Military culture, it’s your Dad's Rank NOT Race that interests other kids. As a Senior NCO’s kid growing up in the Military culture, I suspect RGIII rarely experience a race problem – when his father retired after 22 years of service, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was even Black! Army Brats ALL speak the same using Military Slang, NOT street slang. Another example of this “Military colorblindness” phenomenon is Tiger Woods who is also often criticized as not being “Black enough.” Tiger’s father was an Army Lieutenant Colonel.