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Soldiers Have 3 Months to Get COVID Vaccine or Face Discharge, with Few Waiver Options

Active-duty soldiers have three months to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or face a possible discharge from the force, the Army announced Tuesday. The 485,900 soldiers on…

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Pfizer FDA approval means military mandate coming soon

BALTIMORE — On Monday, the Pfizer vaccine is fully approved by the FDA. Many are calling the stamp of approval a big step towards swaying more people towards getting vaccinated…

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Sexual Behavior and Your Military Career: Landmines to Avoid

Issues pertaining to sexual conduct involving adultery, internet sex crime, and other acts of alleged or purported sexual misconduct are taken very seriously in the military.…

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Can President Biden Lawfully Order Members of the Military to Take a COVID-19 Vaccine?

The short answer is yes: The President of the United States can order members of the military to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Don’t be fooled otherwise by secondhand information…

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Pitfalls of Snapchat and Other Social Media Apps that Might Cost You Your Military Career

While it is to no one’s surprise that social media literacy has been a large issue topic for many Americans recently, people—especially service members—need to be more…

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What Service Members Should Know Before Going to Military Court

The difference surrounding how courts go through jury selection might seem straightforward on the outside; however, when it comes to military courts, the process is atypical of…

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When the Military Picks the Jury Pool, the Deck Becomes Stacked. What Service Members Need to Know Before Going to Court

The difference surrounding how courts go through a jury selection process might seem straightforward on the outside; however, when it comes to military courts, the process is…

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What Service Members Need to Know Before Going to Court

The difference surrounding how courts go through a jury selection process might seem straightforward on the outside; however, when it comes to military courts, the process is…

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The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2021 Sinks Service member’s Appellate Rights

As we enter 2021, a significant number of high profile newsworthy events have occurred including the Presidential administration of Donald Trump leaving office and the…

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‘The military’s #MeToo moment:’ Fort Hood victims speak out

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Maria Valentine says she was just months into her training at Fort Hood, a U.S. Army base in Texas, in 2006 when a sergeant with a history of alleged…

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