I served in the US Air Force
for 22 years and retired with an honorable discharge
in Oct 1998. My wife
and I applied for a Global Entry Pass and was scheduled for an interview with Home Land Security. During the interview process tonight I learned there is a FBI record of a Non Judicial Punishment action (UCMJ Article 15
) that I signed and agreed to in Feb 1998 while serving at Langley AFB, VA. This was for a military laptop hard drive that I had illegal stored sexually explicit images on. The FBI database record only reflects that I was arrested for stealing military property. This is not true and is very vague, with no details on the case or the actions that followed. I am looking for legal advice on how this can either expunged from my records, or corrected to reflect the accurate description of the Article 15. I signed the Article 15 and never received any further punishment. Now 18 years later I can't believe this in the FBI database. I have been employed with Navy
Federal Credit Union since my retirement
from the Air Force over 17 years ago. Except for this one blemish I have lived a wholesome and clean life with my family in PWC. I have ARAG Benefits from Navy Federal so I hope you will be able to provide legal council on this matter. Sincerely, ***** ***** W. Baker***-***-****
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