Blog Posts in 2017

Bumper Stickers Considered A Platform Of Speech Subject To Scrutiny In The Military

Bumper stickers are an effective method in which to communicate an idea or viewpoint in a short amount of time. Some bumper stickers serve to inform, others to vex or condemn. The individual who ...
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NAVY ABOLISHES ONLINE GENERAL MILITARY TRAINING COURSES IN FAVOR OF MORE PERSONAL METHODS

In response to numerous complaints regarding its General Military Training (GMT), the Navy has eliminated the online aspect of its GMT entirely, leaving cybersecurity as one of the few remaining ...
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Multiple Marines Charged With Unpermitted Sharing Of Nude Photos

A large number of active-duty Marines are currently under investigation for allegedly sharing nude photos of female troops without consent. Such conduct falls under multiple UCMJ provisions, ...
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Free Speech Limitations in the Military

In America, our citizens are afforded a high degree of freedom when it comes to free speech. There are many areas of critical speech that are undoubtedly protected by the First Amendment. Some ...
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TWO CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH SKELETAL REMAINS OF AIRBORNE SOLDIER FOUND IN TENNESSEE

Private First Class Shadow McClaine, a 101st Airborne Division Soldier, has been identified as the skeletal remains that were found off a Tennessee interstate in mid 2016. McClaine was scheduled to be ...
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Article 32 Hearing At Marine Corps Depot Parris Island This Thursday

Marine Corps Depot Parris Island will conduct an Article 32 military disciplinary proceeding this Thursday as it investigates allegations of hazing and mistreatment of recruits. An Article 32 hearing ...
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Fraternization and the Broad Reach of Artcile 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice

In military law, a general article is one that encompasses a broad range of offenses, and not one single category. A general article is drafted as intentionally vague and inexplicit to act as a ...
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