The military establishment is a unique structure existing solely for the purpose of defending the United States. As such, it stands completely apart from other organizations, supply its members with uniforms, equipment, food, housing and so on. It also has its own system of laws, codified in the Uniform Code
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Any Unit 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION (MECHANIZED) FORT HOOD, TEXAS 76544 MEMORANDUM FOR PERSONNEL CONCERNED 3 MARCH 2005 SUBJECT: ARMS
Professional Soldier: A Review of the Army Profession SSG Jordan Rickard Advanced Leader Course, Phase 1, Class 003 MSG Paula Doane April 26, 2017 Professional Soldier: A Review of the Army Profession “I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic…” From the second a civilian takes the steps to raise their right hand to coming out of Basic Combat Training as a United States Soldier they have put trust into an organization to ensure safety, security and insurance not only for the Soldier, but the families that are along for the ride. Behind the scenes are Army professionals taking care of all administrative concerns to alleviate stress on
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Military bearing is ones outward appearance. The sharp uniform, perfect haircut, and their motivation and pride in their appearance. Military bearing is the way you take pride in your accomplishments and the majority of your experiences. It is also the way you maintain your composure and contain your emotions at
Premium 1183 Words 5 Pages Military Wear and Appearance In this essay I will describe the many requirements and expectations set forth in the army's AR670-1. I will describe the importance of obedience to it and cite many of it's detailed descriptions. I am writing this essay because I failed to meet the standards asked of me me by both these regulations
Regular Armed Forces and members of the retired Reserve who retired after completing at least 20 years of active service; Section 12301(a) of Title 10 of the United States Code, which authorizes ordering all reserve component members to active duty in the case of war or national emergency; Section 12302
c. Months spent absent from employment due to military service will be credited towards the 12 month requirement.
Based on the DA Form 4856s, dated 2 thru 3 May 2009, the applicant received the following counseling: (1) Initial Counseling (2) Reception and Integration Counseling (3) Barracks standard and operation procedures (4) the most violated area amount AIT Soldiers. Negative counseling recommending the applicant for separation under chapter 5-17
2. REQUEST, REASON, ISSUES, BOARD TYPE, AND DECISION: The applicant requests an upgrade of his uncharacterized discharge to honorable. The applicant states, in effect, he served for four years in the National Guard and deployed to Afghanistan in 2005 thru 2006. The applicant contends, he enlisted upon redeployment despite having Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms and other medical problems. The applicant states, he requested counseling for his PTSD, instead he received a counseling statement informing him that he would receive an entry level status (ELS) separation with an uncharacterized discharge. The applicant further contends, he was diagnosed with PTSD and rated 40 percent disabled rating by the VA for PTSD. The applicant states, he had held a position as the communications sergeant with the McAllen Police Department after being discharged. The applicant contends, he is an upstanding member of the community has never been in trouble with the law, and this is evidence of his desire to serve. The applicant further contends, he served his country honorably as an infantry Soldier and an uncharacterized discharge for PTSD is wrong. The applicant states, an honorable discharge would do justice for the unfortunate administrative action taken against him in September 2006.
Military status protection covers the employment rights of military veterans and reservists. The two most important laws that protect the rights of veterans and reservists are the Vietnam Era Readjustment Assistance Act (VERA) of 1974 and the Uniformed Service Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) of 1994 (Mathis, Jackson,
SUBJECT: Milper Message 12-309 1. Purpose: To provide information and facts on the removal of ineligible promotable soldiers (SPC/CPL/SGT) from the promotion standing list
, for not more than 30 consecutive days; (B) if imposed by an officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction or an officer of general or flag rank in command (i) arrest in quarters for not more than 30 consecutive days; (ii) forfeiture of not more than one-half of one month’s pay per month for two months; (iii) restriction to certain specified limits, with or without suspension from duty, for not more than 60 consecutive days; (iv) detention of not more than one-half of one month’s pay per month for three months; (2) upon other personnel of his command— (A) if imposed upon a person attached to or embarked in a vessel, confinement on bread and water or diminished rations for not more than three consecutive days; (B) correctional custody for not more than seven consecutive days; (C) forfeiture of not more than seven days’ pay; (D) reduction to the next inferior pay grade, if the grade from which demoted is within the promotion authority of the officer imposing the reduction or any officer subordinate to the one who imposes the reduction; (E) extra duties, including fatigue or other duties, for not more than 14 consecutive days; (F) restriction to certain specified limits, with or without suspension from duty, for not more than 14 consecutive days; (G) detention of not more than 14 days’ pay; (H) if imposed by an officer of the grade of major or lieutenant commander, or above (i) the punishment authorized under clause (A); (ii) correctional custody for not more than 30
To the civilians that don’t understand much about the specifics or structure of the military this may get boring. It could also be interesting and an inside look at how the rank structure works in the Army. But, since 7% of my readership comes from a .mil address (yet I