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Friday, October 15, 2021

New Navy Guidance Will Discharge Sailors Refusing COVID-19 Vaccination Without Exemption

All active-duty Navy personnel must be vaccinated by Nov. 28 or face separation, according to a Navy administrative message released Wednesday. 

Any active-duty Navy service members who do not get fully vaccinated or do not have an approved or pending exemption will be processed for an honorable separation without involuntary separation, according to NAVADMIN 225/21, released by Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. William Lescher and Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John Nowell.

8 comments:

  1. Stupid, unless it is a way to get rid of the "normies" to make room for the "defectives" (sexually confused or substandard and unable to learn). Remember, they "retired" a bunch of people at the USPS to make room for "their people".

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  2. China invades Taiwan in 3….2….1…..

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    1. China invaded the US in 5..4...

      Has anyone thought to inspect all the container ships surrounding our country for invasion forces?

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  3. Notice it is an Honorable Discharge, not the threatened DD bumf that was going around. Stupid bastards finally realized what it takes to convene a General Courts Martial to get the conviction required for a Dishonorable Discharge.

    Those B*stards are all bluff and bluster.

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    1. May be bluff and bluster, but reducing the armed forces by tens if not hundreds of thousand members is NOT for the best. It's great for our side...all those boys/girls are going to be pissed off and to some extent looking for payback. With the right trainers, and the right direction, this 'war' will kick off sooner and finish quicker than it would have previously. My opinion.

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    2. I have had the same thought, not a real smart move to piss of a bunch of the military when you are already worried about 'white rage'.

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  4. When I was in the Navy back in the 70's, if this had happened, over half of the first term enlisted would have taken the discharge with a smile.

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    1. Exactly!! I guarantee there will be plenty of enlisted and some officers that will take this "freebee" to get out. Hell, its like UNCLE SAM is giving them an early Christmas present!!!! LMFAO

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