dishonorable discharge


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a discharge from the armed forces for a grave offense (as sabotage or espionage or cowardice or murder)

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was sentenced to two years confinement, a dishonorable discharge and reduction to E-1 for attempting to rape his 18-year old goddaughter.
The mandatory minimum sentence referenced in the section refers to new mandatory dishonorable discharge or dismissal for an accused found guilty of violations of rape, sexual assault, rape or sexual assault of a child, forcible sodomy, or attempts to commit said offenses.
In addition, the returning veteran must not receive a dishonorable discharge or bad-conduct discharge or a separation on other than honorable conditions.
Oh, by the way, if anyone refuses the vaccine then give him a court martial and dishonorable discharge, since that is how the government punishes all other warriors.
The proposals, first reported by the New York Times, also potentially would adjust the consequences of adulterous behavior by allowing for bad conduct discharges instead of the more serious dishonorable discharge, which results in the loss of all benefits.
Bill of Rights essentially offered qualified World War Two veterans - those who had served on active duty in the armed forces for at least ninety days without a dishonorable discharge - four ways to improve their socio-economic conditions.
Lawrence Rockwood, a Buddhist, is equivalent to a dishonorable discharge for an enlisted soldier.
citizen, adjudicated mental defective, received a dishonorable discharge from the Armed Forces, and/or that he is not an unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance?
Just as an Army private is not free to question his General's orders - and does so only at the risk of a dishonorable discharge - Mormons such as Mitt Romney question their Living Prophet's revelations and edicts only at risk of excommunication.
2) So any servicemember who served in the active military and does not receive a dishonorable discharge may be eligible for VA benefits.
The maximum punishment for that would be a dishonorable discharge and 18 months' confinement, according to military justice experts.
Veteran received a better than dishonorable discharge
The maximum punishment for a premeditated murder conviction is death, dishonorable discharge from the armed forces, reduction to the lowest enlisted grade and total forfeiture of pay and allowances, Col Kolb said.
Toshio Watanabe was given a dishonorable discharge from the city-run Shorin Elementary School in Hamura in Tokyo's western suburbs, effective Monday, it said.
If a DUI results in personal injury, an Airman can expect a maximum punishment including a dishonorable discharge, confinement for 18 months, and forfeiture of all pay and allowances.