But the editors' concern that a trial and dishonorable discharge
would "make it harder to rebuild his life as a civilian" is overridden by the need for a fuller explanation of why Bergdahl left his post - and the need to be fair to the other half-million soldiers who didn't leave their posts that year.
was sentenced to confinement for one year, a dishonorable discharge
, and reduction to E-1 for sexually assaulting a female Airman while she was passed out after a night of drinking.
Under the new Article 60, UCMJ, the convening authority "may not disapprove, commute, or suspend in whole or in part an adjudged sentence of confinement for more than six months or a sentence of dismissal, dishonorable discharge
, or bad conduct discharge," (47) with two exceptions.
5) The maximum punishment for this offense is dishonorable discharge
, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for 3 years.
Marine Corps' Iwakuni Air Station in Yamaguchi Prefecture, also gave the Marine, a 20-year-old lance corporal, a dishonorable discharge
The fourth was arrested for shoplifting and faces a dishonorable discharge
from the military as a result.
Dear Dishonorable Discharge
, First off, why not use a pantiliner?
After serving three years, made a foolish decision that caused me to receive a dishonorable discharge
, a felony conviction, and an 18 month sentence in prison.
The maximum punishment for a violation or failure to obey a lawful general order or regulation is a dishonorable discharge
, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for two years.
27 and moved to Camp Zama to go through procedures for a dishonorable discharge
But some servicemembers might deliberately reject that option to avoid disclosing unfavorable information, such as a dishonorable discharge
and the reason for it.
Missouri's old law gave county sheriffs the discretion to deny a permit to any applicant they believed was "a danger to himself or others" Under the new law, which took effect in October, residents who are at least 23 years old and who take an eight-hour gun safety course can obtain a concealed carry permit provided they do not have disqualifying characteristics such as a dishonorable discharge
, a felony record, or a recent conviction for a violent misdemeanor.