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Category: Military Law


Veterans Will Now Have Presumptive Conditions for Burn Pit Exposure

The VA has agreed to presume certain disabilities are linked to exposure to toxic fumes from burn pits. The VA will now recognize asthma, rhinitis, and sinusitis as diseases…

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Can the President Force Members of our Military to Take the Experimental COVID Vaccine?

This is a question that is yet to be answered, but tens of thousands of service members across the world want to know. Of course, the answer is “It depends.” For many service…

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The Essentials for Winning a Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Malpractice Claim

Every year, thousands of vets suffer from the poor medical treatment they receive at VA hospitals or medical facilities. From medication and diagnosis errors, to surgical errors…

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What Service Members Need to Know About Non-Judicial Punishment

Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 15, a Commander or Commanding Officer may give Non-Judicial Punishment to service members to maintain good order and…

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Military Criminal Records – What do they mean? How do they impact you? How do you correct them?

Everyone has seen the criminal dramas on TV and has a general understanding of what it means to be arrested, but in the military, an “arrest” is quite different. This…

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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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The Battle for Benefits – How to Upgrade Your Discharge and Obtain VA Benefits

Thousands of service members across all branches have been involuntarily separated from their military branch following misconduct that has resulted in an administrative…

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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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How to Prevent an ROTC Disenrollment

No Cadet or Midshipmen joins the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) with the thought that they will face disenrollment. However, many can fall victim to losing their future…

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Line of Duty Determinations: Why You Need Them and What to Do if You Don’t Have One

Getting injured in the military is a normal and accepted consequence of choosing to serve. In fact, finding a veteran who did not suffer any injuries during his or her service is…

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