Taylor G., when I laid out my own demographics I was told ever so succinctly but politely (no profane, obscene, etc words) that it wasn't a biography. True, it was limited to # of marriages, children, educational level, a few states I lived in and a few genealogical activities elsewhere (than WT). I thought it was a well-rounded biog, and quite similar to Linkedin and other Pro websites. Ain't nothing more anyone needs to know, and I'm not sure they need to know that much, but none of it is squirreled away, it can be found online here and there (I found it, so anyone else can find it) so no secrets were exposed.
So I'm looking at your demographics, above, heavy on the military, light on the other usual categories, but if that's how you want to be viewed, as a Warrior, that's how it will be. I'm sure if you wanted others to know you finger painted in acrylics (bright colors) a version of the Mona Liza, on a canvas 5 ft by 8 ft, and that it is the first thing to confront anyone who enters your front door, you would say something about it.
Blessings upon you, as you explore WikiTree.
PS/ there's not a thing about you or your life that will excite any deceased ancestor, and any who are living may well have their own opinion of your activities and actions; if you have descendants, that's another tale altogether, it may excite them; if you have a fan club, your exploits might well prove of interest to them. What is the audience you are aiming your biography and pictorial display at, toward? That would determine in part what you wanted displayed.