From then on you are committed to protect and defend THE CONSTITUTION of the US, not the flag, not the country, not the President, but the founding document upon which the American form of democracy is based upon.
Philip D. Cave's answer If you can prove it with solid evidence, you may be able to get the Board for Correction of Military Records to put them straight. This is important if the current records affect your employment or benefits.
There are quite a number of cases going on to do with on-line activity such as this. Whether he ultimately gets in trouble or not, it's not healthy for your relationship and his commanders may not look at him as a good Soldier/ so it might affect his career.
Philip D. Cave's answer No. You do not have the kind of reason that would warrant an early termination of your contract. Early outs are for hardship, or as another example to go to school if you are within a few months of your EAS.
Philip D. Cave's answer The issue of testing positive due to being around those who smoke marijuana has been studied extensively. There is no credible research to support the idea that a person can test positive from being around family members who smoke marijuana. This has been tried and litigated in courts-martial over the years without success.
The best approach is to do what we all do with these cases. Review the lab results and tests in great detail, preferably with the help of a forensic...
Where you retired, and got a DD214 with an HD. If so, the only way that normally you lose retirement is if you are recalled to active duty for the purpose of prosecution at court-martial for conduct which happened while you were on active duty.
Can a divorce court award a portion of military retirement to a spouse-- yes.
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