I would not make that conclusion,the fusible links dont carry the load that turns the starter they provide a path from the main bus point on the solenoid out to other areas of the system. You still need to verify the condition of these fusible links.
Check that the coil packs have the proper DC voltages (most likely battery voltage) and you can check the coils for continuity with a ohm meter I dont have a figure for a FORD but I will see if I can get a figure on a GM coil (I am a GM man mainly but I drive a FORD,go figure).Perhaps I can find a FORD value
If possible use your nose to sniff around for that unmistakable smell of burned electronics. A good visual inspection may pay off also,just look at everything electrical (OK not the washer pump)under the hood,looking for damage.
I think I speak for all on the Forum when I say that we all appreciate what our men in uniform do for us, no matter what job they actually do.
OK like I said I am not a FORD guy but I see technical data for Dura Spark 2,Distributor ignition and Distributor less ignition. I will give a spec for coil testing.
Primary resistance check,between the plus and minus terminal of the coil between 0.3 ohms and 1.0 ohms no more no less.
Secondary resistance check,between the negative terminal on the coil and the high voltage terminal not less than 6500 ohms and not more that 11,500 ohms.
There is a ignition control module used and it is possible you may have to verify its condition.
I just don't know these FORD ignition systems well.
If this data does not fit what you have tell me more about what type of ignition system you have and I will look. I have a online data base (ARRC) to look in and it is free for me.