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All Soldiers have taken a sworn oath to defend the Constitution against its enemies both domestic and foreign and remain loyal to the American way of life. There are two different oaths that are taken. One is for Soldiers and one is for Officers. Both swear to support and defend the Constitution…… The key difference is the omission of the promise to obey in the Officer’s oath. Officers are legally bound by the same Uniformed Code of Military Justice as all Soldiers are, but they are not morally bound. Officers are trusted by the American People, through their congressional representatives who approve commissions, with the enormous moral responsibility of knowing when not to obey.

(Rec’s Via Email…) All Soldiers have taken a sworn oath to defend the Constitution against its enemies both domestic and foreign and remain loyal to the American way of life. There are two different oaths that are taken. One is … Continue reading

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Our Last Chance for Justice in the Courts! (1st Lt Michael Behenna)

Our Last Chance for Justice in the Courts! (1st Lt Michael Behenna) email to supporters ^ | 11/10/2011 | Scott & Vicki Behenna Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2011 10:08:01 AM by NECAWA To the thousands of supporters of 1Lt … Continue reading

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A U.S. ARMY SPECIAL FORCES SOLDIER’S FIGHT FOR MILITARY JUSTICE

“Three Days In August” by Bob McCarty U.S. Army Special Forces Sgt.1st Class Kelly A. Stewart admitted to having a one-night stand with a 28-year-old German woman the night of Aug. 22, 2008. She did, too. Both knew sex was … Continue reading

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff should be worried…| The Post & Email

The Joint Chiefs of Staff should be worried of the dire punishment they will face, when they are one day convicted of treason against the United States of America for siding with the enemy and giving him aide and comfort. … Continue reading

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