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Blog Posts in January, 2016

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  • Air Force Enforces New Re-Enrollment Rules for Flunking Airmen
    Air Force Enforces New Re-Enrollment Rules for Flunking Airmen

    The Air Force has announced new re-enrollment protocols for airmen who have failed out of their professional military education. According to a memo posted by the Air University’s Education Support ...

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  • Newest Serial Episode Details Flaws in Bergdahl Search
    Newest Serial Episode Details Flaws in Bergdahl Search

    Another chapter of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's story has unfolded in the latest episode of Serial, "Meanwhile, in Tampa," the fifth episode of the podcast's second season. In the latest episode, host Sarah ...

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  • Should the Air Force Release Names of Acquitted Airmen?
    Should the Air Force Release Names of Acquitted Airmen?

    Should the names of acquitted Air Force airmen be released to the public? That's the question at the center of a new debate over privacy and military law protocol among officials and legal experts. As ...

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  • Bergdahl Hearing Confronts Prejudice, Security Concerns
    Bergdahl Hearing Confronts Prejudice, Security Concerns

    The first pre-trial hearing in the case of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was held this week and, in short order, concerns over the upcoming court-martial were voiced by both the prosecution and defense. As ...

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  • The Bergdahl Story Continues to Unfold on
    The Bergdahl Story Continues to Unfold on "Serial"

    This week, the U.S. Army announced that the court-martial of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will take place between August 8 and August 19 later this year. The scheduling of the trial comes at a time when public ...

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  • New Pentagon Bill Would Provide Sweeping UCMJ Reform
    New Pentagon Bill Would Provide Sweeping UCMJ Reform

    It's been more than 30 years since there have been any amendments to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The Department of Defense, however, is now looking to change that with a new bill, the ...

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