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Capt Tom Brown
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I clearly recall the 2014 incident in which the soldier hid in her car during colors. She got off with only having to apologize. This offender will probably be given some light or similar admonishment to let the authoraities save face and say the sailor was appropriately punished while being PC at the same time. In other words. she gets away with it. In the civilian sector, such an action could easily have gotten an employee summarily terminated on the spot and escorted to the front gate, or disciplined within the guidelines of company policy. There would be no 2d chance.
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MCPO Roger Collins
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The UCMJ is colorblind. Adhere to it.
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Capt C M.
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She sites the actions of a civilian who is bound by no rules requiring his action during the national anthem as her inspiration to break a military regulation. Not the brightest individual. Easily handled by the individual's company level command.
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