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US Army Sends Letters to Vets Discharged Due to Vaccine

via Good Morning America
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The US Army is reaching out to former soldiers who were separated for refusing the COVID vaccine, offering forgiveness and the chance to appeal if their refusal led to a less than honorable discharge.

The members may even regain their former rank and positions.

The change comes after Congress intervened to prevent harsh penalties for vaccine refusal.

“US Army sending letters to former troops saying that in light of the removal of the Covid-19 vaccine requirement, they can now apply to get their reasons for discharge changed,” commentator Rogan O’Handley stated.

“This means derogatory remarks or dishonorable discharges can now potentially be removed or reversed.”

“The Army is also inviting unvaccinated troops back into the military This is a huge reversal of Biden’s tyrannical military vaccination policy that was finally put to an end by Republicans in Congress.”

“A rare win for the good guys,” he added.

The Army’s reversal is seen as a positive step, especially given the challenges faced during COVID.

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