Of the six military guys I asked about it, five felt it was exactly the kind of thing they fought to protect and had no problem with it. The sixth said he thought it was disrespectful but said so is killing people and blowing shit up and the military does that itself.
Have you polled enough of the military to see whether it was seen as disrespectful by the majority?
Of course the outrage is after the fact. As it is with most things. Are you stating you would have to personally witness something as it happens to be outraged or disagree with it?
I don't believe it is something that can be "proved" either. I don't think it needs to be. If the majority of the military feels it is disrespectful, than I tend to agree with that.