I have a question. My husband was court martialed and found
I have a question. My husband was court martialed and found guilty snd sentenced to 5 years. Although he did not commit the crime. He is AGR for the army and was stationed at a reserve unit. He was flagged not by his commander or the reserve side, but by Ft Campbell. The Reserve side had no clue why he was flagged and tried to unflag him. He was tried by tge state and they threw the charges out. I was told a mistake was made bc his command nor the reserved persued him. They also said they should have been discharged and picked up by Ft Campbell to court martial him. Trying to figure out if this information holds water
I enlisted in the army national guard 3 weeks ago. I have
I enlisted in the army national guard 3 weeks ago. I have been to one drill and have not shipped out to basic training yet. I have had a history of mental health issues but they had gotten better and I decided to come off my meds and better myself and do something honorable and join the military to begin a new chapter to a new me. I did disclose this information to the recruiter and was told that if I want to be in the military, sweep it under the rug. So, that's what I did. I went through processing and swore in all with in 4 days before my 35th birthday. Now that I am in, I have since relapsed and stumbled back into my depression and my panic attacks came back with a vengeance especially after my first drill . I have since approached the commander through my recruiter and said that I am not fit mentally to continue. I told him that I have a new diagnoses of depression but I know that once I go interview with the commander the question will come up if I've had past issues with this and my new supporting documentation will then give access to who my doctor is and they will be able to see my entire history. Am I facing jail time for fraud enlistment?JA: Because consumer protection law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: GeorgiaJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: My recruiter has scheduled for me to meet with the master Sgt. Soon, so far no.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No that is it
I am on the receiving end of a Relief for Cause OER. Short
I am on the receiving end of a Relief for Cause OER.Short version. A bunch of my Soldiers made up allegations against me and my First Sergeant for harassment, sexual harassment, and mental retardation to protect their friend who got caught stealing a TV from my office while deployed to Afghanistan.The overzealous investigator proved all manner of allegations against me to be true even though he proved things such as medical conditions, bad childhood, and that my predecessor were all bad. My rater even told me on two occasions that the facts didn't matter and I would be punished no matter what I did. Furthermore, they withheld all evidence used against me and only gave me some summarized memorandums with no supporting evidence to tell me I was guilty of all manner of crazy things. I was even found to be a toxic leader because I enforced AR 670-1 by telling people to get their hands out of their pockets.I believe I can show evidence of harassment, discrimination, HIPAA violation and failure to follow army regulations.Also, I was relieved a week after my rating period ended and that was put on my OER in violation of AR 623-3.The evidence against me was a joke. No victims, no witnesses, no dates, no times, no locations. All evidence was rumor and hearsay.I filed 2 congressional and the Army simply stonewalled and rebuffed them. They had my rater reply to one of them even though I had leveled allegations against her. They refused to investigate and told me to file an OER appeal.I need some guidance because I need to file an OER appeal (received OER about 18 months ago), but I believe my chain of command should be held responsible for breaking the law. I currently have a Presidential Inquiry ongoing, but the Army is stonewalling on that too. Any advice?
I need to know which forms are required, to file for
HiJA: Hi. How can we be of help?Customer: I need to know which forms are required, to file for compensation and retirement. Note: I went to the Army review board and won my case, therefore, I need to apply for compensation for damages and retirement pay, plus back pay. I was a SFC/ E7JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: statesideJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: I am out of service. the review board does not have authority to re-instate any service memberJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: that should cover things initially, thank you
I am an enlisted Army IRR soilder who completed an initial
Hello, I am an enlisted Army IRR soilder who completed an initial contract of three years of active duty (2010-2013). i know all contracts are eight years and my contract will officially be over in April 2018. I have been getting calls from the Army reserves for months to consider my options. When I got a phone call a couple of months ago an NCO told me that we needed to do a counseling. I did the counseling and we discussed finishing my contract in the reserves. I told him I would think about it (but didn't sign anything but my counseling form). A few weeks ago I got another call and I told him I wanted to join the reserve. He said o.k. He said I would have 2 months to get to my unit and he asked me to send him a picture of my ID (Driver's license). After about three weeks I realize I probably made a mistake. Is there any way to get out of this? I got a welcome letter from my unit along with a pay stub (reflecting a zero earned balance). I was just coming back from vacation and I missed my first drill and got a message from an NCO explaining I already missed my first drill. I didn't sign a contract and I didn't receive orders. Is there a way out? Am I even technically in the reserve, or just the IRR?JA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: I just got back from work and found the message from the NCO. I plan on calling him tomorrrow.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No, I think I'm ok.
Is it mandatory to pay half of my military retirement to my
Is it mandatory to pay half of my military retirement to my soon to be exwife? We were married just under 20 yrs of my 23 yrs in the army. She is a convicted felon, and has ran up thousands of dollars in debt in my name without my knowledge!
1997 I came up positive on an urinalysis I was questioned
1997 I came up positive on an urinalysis I was questioned and fingerprinted by CID. The test was thrown out because the chain of custody was broken. I recently was denied global entry because the FBI shows that I was arrested in violation of UCMJ of positive urinalysis how do I get this fixed. I retired from the Army 1998. I have no paper work showing that the test was thrown outJA: Has anything been officially filed?Customer: NoJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: No I retired 1998. It happens in 1997.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Lost wifi xonnwxtion
Seeing about having my discharge upgraded and benefits
Seeing about having my discharge upgraded and benefits reinstated.JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: Stateside, been discharged for almost 15 years.JA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: Not in anymore.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Don't think so, thanks for the help.
How to receive pardon because dishonorable discharge from
How to receive pardon because dishonorable discharge from Army for drug pos and distribution on 1983JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: stateside CTJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: I was release on parole on 1985. sentence 5yrs serve 18 mis and 1yr parole Iam 62yrs now. Excellent conduct after thatJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I was an officer. Im female