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SSG Ronald Bloodworth
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I don't think we need another "law"
Regarding this issue. The DoD could handle it pretty easily and make it uniform to all services. That alone would negate the whole bureaucratic BS process and completely bypass all of the self serving politicians who would be scrambling over each other to get their names on shit so they can throw it out for votes in two years. Not to mention that it would take at least that long for any of them to even consider it in congress and another two years to vote on it. An SOP can be developed using all of the criteria listed as a model and can be put into effect ASAP. Having experienced a loss like that of one of my own, getting a politician involved is the LAST thing we'd want. At least that's my opinion.
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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks for letting us know SFC (Join to see) that Pvt. Dakota Stump's mother, Patrice Wise, started an online petition on Nov. 14 called "Dakota's Law" with the goal of creating a "Warrior Alert" based on the well known Amber-alert system which is used to notify people to be on the lookout for missing children.
The goal of "Dakota's Law" to "change Standard Operating Procedures on how Law Enforcement and Military handle situations when our Veterans and Active Duty Members go missing" seems reasonable.
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LCpl Richard Barnhart
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I can see where this could possibly be a benefit, but, I'm wondering why it took more than 3 weeks to find him in a wrecked vehicle-on post- next to a building? I suppose if the military thought he was AWOL, they wouldn't necessarily be looking for him. Maybe at the very least, they should
Just a thought
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