Brown v. Glines (1980) said military service members have the right to
petition Congress may not circulate petitions without approval from a base
Clapper v. Amnesty International (2013) rejected a First Amendment
challenge to FISA. The petitioners claimed a wiretap provision had a
chilling effect on speech.
Mutual Film Corp. v. Industrial Commission of Ohio (1915), which has been
modified since, severely restricted the application of First Amendment
freedoms to the medium of movies.
Schacht v. United States (1970) said prohibiting the wearing of an armed
forces uniform in theatrical productions that discredited the military
violated the First Amendment.
Secretary of the Navy v. Huff (1980) was decided in conjunction with
another case that said limiting the right of the military to petition does
not violate the First Amendment.
United States v. Albertini (1985) upheld a conviction for entering an air
force base despite being barred. The court said barring reentry did not
violate the First Amendment
The Supreme Court in United States v. Apel (2014) ruled that the government
did not forfeit rights to guard its military bases because of a road
easement. An anti-war protestor had argued he was not trespassing when he
protested on a public road that traversed Vandenberg Air Force Base in