There are two opportunistic reasons to think so.
1. Digital historians have always been very interested in public audiences; military history has always been one of the keenest areas of public interest.
2. The data is there for algorithmic exploration. In most countries, no organization is better at keeping structured records than the military.
And the stuff is interesting. It's easy, for example,to pull out the locations of nearly the entire US Navy, season-by-season, in the Pacific Theater:
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