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Well yes and if and what may happen, he has been appointed and attorney, the other soldier does not have one. In a nutshell he was "soapsocked" by one soldier while they were doing the same to other soldiers as well. he was beaten on the face and head, he went and found out who did it and beat him up. they both got arrested, he was not charged, my son(Yet) the other soldier was
Thank you he really wants to remain in the Army but is afraid he will be ELS'd or worse. He said we wouldn't even mind being recycled. He is a PV2. We'll see I guess, I'm nervous for him
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