Defending Those Who Defend Us®
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    So, you stuck to your guns and refused to get the jab? When everyone else caved to pressure from peers and their command, you stood strong and refused to compromise your convictions. And the military rewarded your courage by discharging you from the service for misconduct and, most likely, with a less than fully, Read More

    Since early 2021, the Department of Defense (DoD) has been obsessed with forcing service members to get vaccinated, no matter what the cost. Do as they say, get a COVID-19 vaccine, and then you can relax – keep your job, get promoted, hold key leadership billets, attend specialized schools, execute PCS orders, and preserve, Read More

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    With over 12,000 service members having submitted religious accommodation requests to be exempted from the COVID-19 vaccine, and only two approvals to date, it’s clear that the Department of Defense’s (DoD) religious accommodation process is simply a ruse, with no real regard for servicemembers’ sincerely held religious beliefs.   Given the tidal wave of, Read More


    For those who have served in the military, the DoD’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination rollout has been exactly what you would expect—a cluster of misinformation and intimidation tactics resulting in service members being harassed and threatened to take the vaccine, discouraged from submitting religious accommodation requests, and berated by leadership if they dare to question, Read More

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    The Pentagon has announced that COVID-19 vaccinations are now mandatory for Department of Defense Service Members according to a memo recently released by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin. With mandatory vaccinations now here, many service members have begun exploring their eligibility for medical or administrative exemption (which includes religious exemptions). If you are, Read More