I agree that an indefinite order to not have access to your personal property is overbroad.
That said, understand that an MPO is not criminal...the CO could take criminal action or non judicial action (like NJP
or Art 15 punishment) apart from the MPO.
So if there is any sense this email you sent could be construed as a violation of the UCMJ, I would not be eager to press the MPO issue
On the other hand, if the email was sexually explicit, but not a crime? I would consider pressing this immediately.
You do that by first applying to the commander to lift the ban on your use of your firearm
If the commander refuses, I would file an Article 138, UCMJ complaint. Art 138, UCMJ allows a service member to complain of wrongs by a commanding officer
. To file an Art 138 UCMJ complaint, you simply need to put your complaint in writing, reference Article 138 UCMJ, and hand the complaint to any commissioned officer
. They will send the complaint on to the flag commander for investigation.