Other than the Military Law Task Force’s many services for servicemembers, attorneys and legal workers, the following organizations or resources may be of assistance. United States • GI Rights Network | list of member groups 877-447-4487 Limited Email counseling: girights [at] girightshotline [dot]…Read More »
The Military Law Task of the National Lawyers Guild along with the Southwest and Texoma regions of the National Lawyers Guild are proud to present a continuing legal education seminar. US Army AWOL – Practice tips for Civilian Attorneys Presented by James…Read More »
The MLTF has released version 3 of James M. Branun’s “AWOL in the Army” memo. Branum is currently co-chair of the MLTF Steering Committee. The memo includes a flow chart and addendum on AWOL/UA policies for other branches
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By Marti and Luke Hiken NLG Military Law Task Force Steering Committee Members For an active duty GI or reservist to get out of the military during peacetime is rather difficult. During wartime, especially during a period of an unjustified war of…Read More »
Our Memos library is currently being revamped. This page is provided to offer links to existing documents, some of which may be outdated and in the process of revision. If you have questions, please contact us. ● AWOL in the Army version…Read More »
By Marti Hiken & Kathleen Gilberd “My husband wants out,” says Martha. “That’s all there is to it. If they won’t let him out, he’ll go AWOL.” This is a common complaint that military counselors and lawyers hear from GIs, their families…Read More »