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Blog Posts in October, 2015

Is the Army Using Misconduct-Based Discharges to Reduce Its Ranks?

The Army is currently experiencing an explosion of misconduct-based disciplinary actions and discharges it has not seen since the 1990s. While officials insist that the spiking discharges are a result ...
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Future of Air Force Pilots Punished for Texts Still Uncertain

Earlier this year, the story of four Air Force pilots who received controversial letters of reprimand for unbecoming texts sent to one another made headlines. Now, as the future careers of the pilots ...
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Army Restructuring Substance Abuse Treatment Following Critical Reports

In a recent interview, Army Secretary John McHugh has revealed that the Army's programs for treating soldier alcohol and substance abuse are shifting back to the Army Medical Command from the ...
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Defense Counsel Argues that Dismissed Charges Against Airman Should Stand

Last July, Lt. Col. Joshua Kastenberg ruled that the dismissed sexual assault charges against 1st Class Brandon T. Wright had been exposed to "unlawful command influence" in Italy, but that ...
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Will Bowe Bergdahl Avoid Jail Time?

This month, a second Army official has reportedly come forward and recommended that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl should not receive jail time for his alleged desertion and misbehavior before the enemy offenses. ...
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Hillary Clinton Pushes for Retroactive Honorable Discharges for Ousted Gay Soldiers

On Saturday, October 3, 2015, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke to the Human Rights Campaign and passionately reiterated her support for the LGBT community. In particular, she ...
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