I have a question about the usage of the preposition "in" in this wikipedia article:
Identified with Soviet rule and issued in all Warsaw Pact armies, the ushanka has become a part of the winter uniform for military and police forces in Canada, the United States, and other Western countries with a cold winter.
The use of "in" in "issued in all Warsaw Pact armies" seems off, because "in" along with "armies", means membership. The act of issuing ushankas has nothing to do with army membership.
The correct use of "in" seems to be:
Ushankas are issued in school.
This use of "in" makes sense, because "in" along with "school" means at what time the act of issuing ushankas takes place.
Does anyone agree with me that the sentence from the wikipedia is wrong? Or, is my analysis wrong?