As a civilian how do you change the Company Commanders and
As a civilian how do you change the Company Commanders and the Battalion Commanders mind about kicking a solider out for violence against you? Recently had this soldiers baby and authorities got involved during the pregnancy for violence and now he's being kicked out. He's been a good solider and good man until that fight, seriously don't know what in the world got Into him. He's been in for 12 years and my son is his first child and he hasn't seen him yet. How do I convince his leadership to give him a second chance? Probably really stupid but only wanted couples counseling or anger management I stead of his career
I retired from the military 5 years ago i received a gomar
I retired from the military 5 years ago i received a gomar for something that was completely a lie. I pcs to a duty station where the chain of command told to sign of for an educational benefit that you received 3000 for going to school. I signed up for the benefit as many soldiers in my unit did. I told an old friend of mine about the benefit because he owed me money from staying in a rental property of mine. He paid me my money he owed in return he told a few of his soldiers about tge educational benefit but he charged them money for the information. His unit deployed so many of the soldiers did not go to college which they suppose to use the benefit for, so they had to repay back the money. He got caught up and lied and said he paid me the money from the soldiers which is a total lie. I did a rebutall on this but i received a gomar anyway. I retired with an honoravle discharge but i want it removed because its a lieJA: Because education law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MississsippiJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: Im retiredJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Not really at this time
Dual military here. We just PCSed and I'm having issues with
Dual military here. We just PCSed and I'm having issues with my family plan, specifically a local short term care giver. What is the grace period I have to finalize this? 30 days? If there is a training event (overnight) during that time can my unit begin separation?JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: Alaska (OCONUS)JA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: Not yet. We are currently on PTDYJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No ma'am
I was accused of taking narcotics from my clinic, three
I was accused of taking narcotics from my clinic, three years ago. I was never given an article 15 and no administrative action was taken towards me. My chain of command believed it was another soldier in the clinic. The investigating commander and JAG counsel found no evidence I took the medication and did not proceed with charges. I retired from the military after serving 20 years and discharged with and honorable. Will all of this show up in a background check and will this stop me from seeking employment in the private and government sector.
Is this a real person or an automated service? Right. So i'm
Is this a real person or an automated service?JA: I'm the Military Lawyer's Assistant. I work with them to help customers like you.Customer: Right. So i'm looking to get a voluntary discharge but i'm unsure on how to go about it.JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: StatesideJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: I've spoken with one of my NCO's about it but he just told me what I figured i'd hear. "Suck it up"JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I'm depressed and haven't talked to anyone about it because I know nothing they say will change it. I'm tired of being in the army.
Mr., We talked previously. I am currently an AIT soldier who
Hello Mr. Simmons,We talked previously. I am currently an AIT soldier who is suffering from severe depression and have been recommended a discharge from multiple psychiatrists, and just recently signed my counseling statement and flag notice of initiating a separation. My commander said it will get sent around for signatures and it's all up to the battalion commander at this point. My question is how likely he would be to say no and why he would do that? As well as how long this process should take at this point? My anxiety is killing me at this point because my mind is instantly assuming the worst possible outcome and I simply need some assurance. Thank you very much.