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Navy Set to Discharge Sailors Who Refuse COVID Vaccine
Navy Set to Discharge Sailors Who Refuse COVID Vaccine

All active-duty sailors must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 28 or face discharge, the U.S. Navy stated in an Oct. 14 press release . Sailors in the Navy’s selected reserve have until Dec. 28 to become fully vaccinated. It’s important to emphasize that these ...

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  • Navy Set to Discharge Sailors Who Refuse COVID Vaccine
    Navy Set to Discharge Sailors Who Refuse COVID Vaccine

    All active-duty sailors must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 28 or face discharge, the U.S. Navy stated in an Oct. 14 press release . Sailors in the Navy’s selected reserve have until ...

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  • VA Adds Three New Presumptive Conditions Related to Agent Orange Exposure
    VA Adds Three New Presumptive Conditions Related to Agent Orange Exposure

    Recently, Veterans Affairs (VA) added three new presumptive Agent Orange conditions . Presumptive conditions are those that VA assumes are related to qualifying military service. The three additional ...

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  • Military Personnel May Be Required to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine
    Military Personnel May Be Required to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine

    On Monday, August 9, 2021, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin made a surprising announcement. He is considering mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for military members. Across the nation, lawyers’ ...

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  • What Can You Do If You Disagree with a VA Decision?
    What Can You Do If You Disagree with a VA Decision?

    If you do not agree with the decision made by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) regarding your initial claim , there are three new options (as of February 19, 2019) to have your disagreement ...

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  • Another Vet Wins!
    Another Vet Wins!

    May 2020 - We have just received great news regarding one of our Vietnam Era Veterans! The VA was planning on downgrading a service-connected disability. However, with our assistance, he retained his ...

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  • COVID-19 & Early Release for Maryland Inmates
    COVID-19 & Early Release for Maryland Inmates

    In order to combat the spread of COVID-19, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed an executive order on April 20, 2020, to grant early release to hundreds of inmates. The order speeds up the release of ...

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