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Bk Ray

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Subj: Re: Should soldiers have a choice?
Posted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 at 01:44:12 pm EST (Viewed 68 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Should soldiers have a choice?
Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 at 04:25:23 pm EST (Viewed 78 times)


    for clarity he was a payroll clerk

    he refused to go to Iraq (high intensity), Afghan (high intensity), Kosovo (peace keeping), Bosnia (peace keeping) and previously had put in an objection for Germany or Northern Ireland posting.

    I read the signal that was sent to Brigade, it read that he had a girlfriend and was not a volunteer.

    He refused because, apparently he had converted to being a Jehovah's Witness, AFTER he was ordered to go to Iraq. He was then put on the gate over Christmas, as they don't believe in the holiday apparently.

    I did 5 years and did 2 operational tours, he didn't do any, nor did our Sgt who had done 9 years.


You can object all you like...and you can conduct your self to your moral compass. But no I would say you don't have the right to take "The Kings Schilling", then sudden form an objection. That's called being a con man and getting caught.

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