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I fell under the Army's QMP program and will be discharged
I fell under the Army's QMP program and will be discharged on November 1st with a RE code of 4 for a GOMOR that I received in 2010 for refusing a breathalyzer. I am looking to try and get that upgraded. I understand that this may be a long shot.JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: I'm in Florida, but the incident occurred in TennesseJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have for the QMP, but not since that attempt was unsuccesfulJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: This is the only adverse information in my record. Not sure if that matters, but it can't hurt I guess
I will be receiving a GOMAR for dropping Airborne Statues.
I will be receiving a GOMAR for dropping Airborne Statues. Will this effect my discharge from honorable to general? I have had two previous enlistments and decided airborne was no longer for and have decided to drop Airborne. I have been trying to drop it for at least 6 months now but my COC has been stopping me by not sending up the paper work and now claiming they have never even heard about what I was doing. I went to JAG and got the information on the requirements of what I would need to do to drop statues. Unfortunately my COC keeps pushing for me to jump again. The regulation stats that as long as I request to drop airborne before I am manifested for a jump then I am within my right without disobeying a direct order. They have stopped my paper work for 6 months and now are telling me I will jump. I'm not even sure what to do anymore.
I have a top secret clearance and I'm an O-5 in the
I have a top secret clearance and I'm an O-5 in the military. I am currently up for periodic reinvestigation for the clearance. I was accused of Sexual Harrassment of a civilian (the circumstances were minor), for which I received a GOMOR. The GOMOR was not placed in my permanent file, I was not relieved of my duties, and for all practical purposes my official military file is still clean. When I PCSed from the job where the incident occurred, I received a good evaluation report on the way out. While I was in the midst of reinvestigation for my security clearance, about a year ago, the OMB security investigator met with me. I self-reported that I had been investigated for a Sexual Harrassment complaint. Yesterday, another security investigator met with me to ask me more specific questions about the Sexual Harrassment incident, to which I tried to be open and honest. DODCAF is on the cusp of adjudicating my clearance. Can I lose my clearance over this? Prior to and after the incident my record was clean.JA: OK. The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yet.
I am an army officer pending a possible GOMAR. I know I can
I am an army officer pending a possible GOMAR. I know I can file a rebuttal and plan to. I was supposed to be promoted yesterday but I wasn't due to the adverse action flag. I should know the results and receive my reading (outcome/punishment) in about 2 weeks. My question is if I receive a local GOMAR, can I still be promoted? My unit is less than helpful and my legal counsel from JAG is at another installation. I wasn't allowed to have a local lawyer from JAG due to conflict of interest.JA: OK. The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: I was assigned a TDS lawyer at another installation. It has been difficult arranging telephonic meetings with her.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Military Lawyer should know?Customer: No, she knows everythingJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Military Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Do unfounded AR 15-6 investigations have any career impact
Do unfounded AR 15-6 investigations have any career impact for Army officers whatsoever? What official documentation would be kept regarding the fact that an officer was a respondent in a 15-6? Does it matter whether the officer-in-question is a company-grade officer or a field-grade officer? Thank you!
I received a GOMOR last october too drunk at a Brigade Ball
I received a GOMOR last october for getting too drunk at a Brigade Ball and send something inapropriate to a senior NCOs wife. I was allowed to finish my command and recieved a middle of the road OER. The CG did not initiate a show cause board.Since then I have completed ASAP, Marriage Counseling, attend AA and have not drank any alcohol since that dayThis year is my BZ look for Major in July so I expect a show cause board to be intiated.In January I underwent surgery on my left foot where they fused it together and was accepted into the MED board processes.I understand that a show cause board supercedes a MED Board. I was planning on submitting my REFRAD but my wife wanted me to MED Board. My question is, in your experience do I have a fighting chance to be able to MED board.I am an Army Infantry Captain with 13 years and 32 months of deployment time. I had a second command lined up and have good OERs. I am just curiuos on what to expect and ways to get ready to
Arethia.I. Have a question regarding a pending GOMOR or
Arethia.I. Have a question regarding a pending GOMOR or Letter of ReprimandJA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: I was involved in a 15-6 investigation. For some strange reason the COmmander gave me a copy of the investigation and told me that I would be receiving a GOMOR. I can tell you just from reviewing the investigation that there are a lot of errors. I can also tell you that I have just learned the the Commander actually solicited people to testify against me. Since the letter has not been drafted who can I talk to about this. Please don't say legal I don't think they are on my side.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.
Mr., First of all Semper Fi! I am asking this question on
Mr. Simmons,First of all Semper Fi! I am asking this question on behalf of my son that is now 9 days into terminal leave. He is an E-4 in the Army and will be completely separated (ETS) in mid-April. He received a GOMOR dated 22 Feb after finalizing all of the separation hurdles and clearing all of his "flags" for separation/sign-off. He currently has a DD214 (Honorable) and is in the civilian job hunt. Now, the back story - In October of 2015 he was detained for an alleged DUI on post. Within 12 hours, he was released to the custody of his battalion commander/SNCO (CAPT and First SGT). He did receive an Open Container citation which he paid within a couple of days -- NO other citations were noted or given. There was an internal memo that was retained with the MP's and stated the details of the alleged/possible implications of the aforementioned DUI charge(s). As I understand it, he does not have the right to appeal due to his rank however, I am curious if he has any recourse whatsoever to have this GOMOR filed at a local level vice his permanent record. He has no intentions of re-enlistment however, does have concerns of this affecting his civilian career. So, my ultimate questions are:What implications goes a GOMOR have in civil***** *****fe (Civil Service, etc.)?Outside of a Civil Service/Gvt Contractor career, should he have any other concerns?Thanks in advance!
Here's the back story: I'm currently a 1LT and have beenView more military law questions
Here's the back story:I'm currently a 1LT and have been told that my commander is recommending me for UCMJ for disobeying a direct order.My commander told me not to drive vehicles, however a few weeks later I needed to finish lots of work at the office and figured I'd drive there to finish my work and then drive straight back. Unfortunately I was given a ticket while on the way to the office and my commander counseled me for disobeying a direct order.At first he said that he wouldn't pursue UCMJ and that the incident would only reflect on my OER, but after speaking to the battalion commander, the BN CDR recommended that I be processed under UCMJ. My commander told me that the punishment could range from an Article 15, to a Relief for Cause OER, to a GOMOR.What is the most likely course for this to take? Is there any way to plead my case since I was merely attempting to get to the office to complete work that was piling up? I didn't mean for this to get out of hand, and while I understand that it was a poor decision and deserve a reprimand, I feel that I am a good officer who has never had any real incidents (besides missing my alarm and arriving late to formation nearly a year ago).Also, what are the chances of being promoted after receiving one of those punishments?