Army Recruiter Misconduct
Army Recruiter Misconduct has been the target of one of the most recent UCMJ updates, Article 93a. Article 93a of the UCMJ…
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ROTC Cadets can be disenrolled from their program, be required to pay the federal government back (recoupment), and receive a less than honorable discharge. Before doing so, Cadets do receive due process and have the opportunity to defend themselves.
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The Military can attempt to prevent pilots from flying in the Military or terminate their FAA ratings. Before doing so, pilots are afforded due process where they can defend themselves.
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