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I am looking and state where Lt. Colonel
I am looking for city and state where Lt. Colonel (retired,USMC) Keith C. Christensen now lives,He may be the only person who can answer a question re. an incident in okinawa Camp Hansein the summer of 71'.
And I am having problems with military debt. JA:
***** ***** and I am having problems with military debt.JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: yes I had a JKQ discharge and this was after I reenlisted. I was masted out of the Navy due to my superior lying the save himself which caused me to take the blame. now I owe $42,000. and they are taking my Tax returns and went to collections and is on my credit keeping me from buying a house or worse might get to the point where they take the things I do own.JA: OK got it. Last thing — Military Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I tried to tell my 18 year old grandson not to join the Army
I tried to tell my 18 year old grandson not to join the Army and go to a local school or trade school. His recruiter, I believe was not totally honest with him and convinced him to sign up for 6 years and receive a $10,000 bonus, to which he hasn't received to date. He went to basic training back in October '15.JA: The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: No.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Military Lawyer should know?Customer: I think his recruiter lied to him with fraudulent promises such as, if he signed on for 6 years he would get a $10,000 bonusJA: OK. The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Our top Military Lawyer is ready to take your case. Just pay the $5 fully refundable deposit and I'll fill the Military Lawyer in on everything we've discussed. You can go back and forth with the Military Lawyer until you're 100% satisfied. We guarantee it.
Customer: I have been online with an individual who is in Kabul,
Customer: I have been online with an individual who is in Kabul, Afghanistan. He says he is a Sergeant and most recently had me apply/request a spousal leave from active duty. I did make the request and emailed it***@******.***, which is facilitating on his behalf. Most recently I received instructions reply which talks to the directive and policies involving the spouse incurring costs that will be reimbursed once the leave officer arrives at the destination. I didn't see this coming that there're charges. Is this a scam? Please respond. JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: Is it legitimate that I, his civilian girlfriend will pay the charges, such as exchange of duty fee, benefit transfer charge fee? JA: OK got it. Last thing — JustAnswer charges a fee (generally around $18) to post your type of question to Military Law Experts (you only pay if satisfied). There are a couple customers ahead of you. Are you willing to wait a bit? Customer: ok JA: OK. Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
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Customer: My name is ***** *****. I have a army discharge record
Customer: My name is ***** *****. I have a army discharge record of my father's and I was wondering what the reason for discharge codes meant that are listed on the record. The record is for an honorable discharge. He served in the korean war and is now passed away since 1999. The codes are: SR 615-363-5 sec III, SR 615-360-5, and SPN-04-PETS (sec 38). What exactly do these mean? JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: MORE information? JA: OK got it. Last thing — JustAnswer charges a fee (generally around $18) to post your type of question to Military Law Experts (you only pay if satisfied). There are a couple customers ahead of you. Are you willing to wait a bit? Customer: sure JA: OK. Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I am a Captain in the Army. I was charged with a DUI in municipal
I am a Captain in the Army. I was charged with a DUI in municipal court. I received a GOMOR from a 2-star and I submitted matters to petition for it to be filed locally. I am still waiting to hear the general's decision about where he will file the GOMOR. Obviously, I am flagged from favorable action and have had my secret clearance suspended. I am 4 and a half years into a five year service obligation. If the GOMOR is filed in my OMPF, is it possible to REFRAD before a Show Cause Board? I am within my REFRAD window, I just need to wait for the flag to be lifted. Once the general determines where to file the GOMOR does the flag get lifted? Or does the flag remain until HRC and the GOSCA have a chance to look at my file and determine whether to proceed with a Show Cause Board? Basically, my goal is to get out of the Army with an Honorable Discharge. What is the likeliness of me being able to voluntarily get out?
I am an ex wife of a 20 year retiredAir Force member. We were
I am an ex wife of a 20 year retiredAir Force member. We were married for 10+ years, with 3 children. Our uncontested divorce decree was finalized 8 years ago. In our decree, it states that I am entitled to a percentage (leaving that unstated) of his retirement pension. It includes our date of marriage. It states he shall not merge his retired pay/pension with any other, waive any portion, take disability, purse any action that would decrease the amount, reduce it, or defeat the pension/retirement or my portion or right to receive my share of it. It says he shall indemnify me by making payments directly to me for any breach of this provision. It also says, I am the irrevocable beneficiary of the survivor's benefit plan through member's military retirement as a former spouse of his and they he shall execute paperwork as is required to make or extend the election for spouse as said beneficiary, and shall do nothing to reduce or eliminate that benefit. It states he shall elect former spouse only option and should select the base amount as the full amount of monthly retired pay. We have been divorced for eight years and I have been led. To believe that all of this was taken care of, however, my ex retired October of last year and still I have recieved no check. I have obtained a lawyer but she wants me to fill out the DD FORM for deemed election (which I didn't realize was an option before now, my ex and I try to get along for our children so I believed him when he said it was taken care of) and I'm reading that unless the forms are filled out within a year of the divorce they are denied. Also, I'm almost positive he took the $30,000 bonus offered at his 15 year mark for a 1% reduction in his retirement. I'm not getting a lot of cooperation from my lawyer, who I already paid a pretty hefty retainer to, and I wouldn't concern myself with the retainer except I've never gone for an increase in child support, and my ex refuses to help with anything extra, and my son graduates this year, and my ex has maid it clear he won't be helping out with college for any of them and child support stops when they graduate or turn 18, so I figured this would help with that, because florida is not a state that requires divorced parents to both contribute to supporting their college students. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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If a guy is convicted in a military court martial of indecent assault and required to register as a sex offender as a result of that conviction - can he petition to have that registration requirement removed after a certain period of time? It's been over 12 years ago.