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Military Discharge Request

Secretary of Army v. S.M. CPT S.M., Army Reserve Officer, doctor, who wanted a discharge in order not to be deployed "downrange" with unit Summer of 2007. Although a recipient of stipend from Army for medical school and under a contract obligating doctor to continued service, we were able to get the doctor relieved of this requirement without penalty. Honorably discharged, June of 2007.

Secretary of Army v. G. Army reservist released from Reserve commitment in order to avoid deployment to Iraq.

Secretary of Navy v. J. Marine CPL released from service so as not to deploy to Iraq.

Secretary of Army v. S. Army officer released from service to avoid deployment to Iraq.

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