Health & Environment, Politics

Army Begins Purging Unvaxxed; Denying Religious Exemptions

The policy, released February 2 and “effective immediately,” orders military commanders to “initiate involuntary administrative separation proceedings” for servicemen who have not taken a COVID jab, and who do not have a “pending or approved exemption request.”

The “involuntary separation policy” applies to the Regular Army. It also applies to reserve soldiers on active duty for more than 30 days; cadets at West Point and the United States Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS); and the Senior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (SROTC)…

Wormuth, appointed as Army Secretary in May 2021, wrote that servicemen who are fired for refusing to comply with the mandate will not be eligible for “involuntary separation pay and may be subject to termination and recoupment of any unearned special or incentive pays.”

Furthermore, Wormuth’s memo states that a soldier fired under these conditions “may be required to repay the unearned portion of the pay or benefit in accordance with current policy and regulations.” Read more…

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