absence without leave

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POLICE have sacked a member of the force after repeated offences relating to failure to perform duty and absence without leave, it was announced yesterday.
In this case, his entire defence chose the visit of Norwich City to give themselves an extra day's absence without leave.
AR 630-10, Absence Without Leave, Desertion, and Administration of Personnel Involved in Civilian Court Proceedings.
He did not report for duty and was arrested and court martialled for insubordination and absence without leave, which resulted in his dismissal from the Navy in June 1952.
A Soldier who absented himself with intent to avoid a jump would also be guilty of absence without leave (AWOL) with intent to avoid maneuvers or field exercises under Article 86, Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
He's had to contend without Andre Senghor's absence without leave and several players on international leave but what hurt most was the tragic death of Diab Awana in a car accident.