Series: On Watch 28.2 Summer 2017

MLTF law journal “Critical Perspectives on Military Law” Vol xxviii (28)

Hazing and Bullying in the Military

By | 07/30/2017
This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series  On Watch 28.2 Summer 2017

Bullying and hazing are extremely serious problems in the military, but DoD and service regulations provide important protections for victims. In recent years, considerable public attention has focused on hazing and bullying within the military, particularly in the Marine Corps. Media and Congressional…Read More »

New Air Force CO Instruction

By | 06/30/2017
This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series  On Watch 28.2 Summer 2017

by Bill Galvin In April the Air Force issued a new conscientious objector Instruction (AFI 36-3204). While the Summary of Changes states, “This publication has been substantially revised and requires a complete review,” and there are some changes of significance, the overwhelming…Read More »

CHELSEA MANNING RELEASED – REJOICING TEMPERED BY REALITY

By | 06/30/2017
This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series  On Watch 28.2 Summer 2017

By David Gespass On May 17, 2017, Chelsea Manning walked out of Fort Leavenworth thanks to the commutation of her sentence by outgoing President Barack Obama. The seven years she spent in confinement were far less than the 35 she was sentenced…Read More »