Articles by Sean Timmons

System strained as military personnel seek religious waivers from COVID vaccine

The military’s system of implementing a COVID-19 vaccination order for all those in the ranks is facing unprecedented stress as a historic number of soldiers, sailors, airmen…

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Growing numbers of service members getting COVID vaccine exemptions

It is one of the big questions of the day: Who should be exempted by their employers from a vaccine mandate? In the case of active duty military members, it’s not so clear, but…

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Just how many vaccine exemptions has the military given out?

It might be a small percentage of service members, but military applications for COVID-19 vaccine exemptions have become a garden industry. And the Army appears to granting the…

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Military chaplains examine religious exemptions for coronavirus vaccine case-by-case as deadlines for troops to get the shots approach

WASHINGTON – Military chaplains say they are navigating a nuanced process of determining which service members get religious exemptions to avoid the mandated coronavirus vaccine…

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Hundreds of Thousands of US Troops Still Unvaccinated as Deadlines Loom

Hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops remain unvaccinated as COVID-19 vaccine mandate deadlines loom, according to data reviewed by The Epoch Times. A Nov. 2 deadline for…

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Catholic Troops Can Refuse COVID-19 Vaccine: Military Archbishop

U.S. troops who are Catholic can refuse to comply with a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, the military’s archbishop said Tuesday. People can sincerely hold a religious belief “that…

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How to Navigate a Military Divorce While Stationed Overseas

When something goes wrong in your marriage and you’re facing a military divorce while stationed overseas, you may feel incredibly isolated. And, like it or not, military…

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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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