Milei's call for "reconciliation with the Armed Forces" had a positive impact among the military, but left doubts. According to military sources, the head of state's "litmus test" went down well, although depending on each segment.

It opened a debate about whether it was an unprecedented nationalist face of the libertarian president or a call to heal the wounds caused by the violence of the seventies that General Balza had started in 1995. Among active officers there is more concern about the Government's proposal to change the Internal Security law and allow the military to combat narcoterrorism.