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‘Failure of leadership’ — What one Marine’s discharge reveals about the military justice system
“The Marines need to own their part of what went wrong here."
The Army is reconsidering thousands of bad paper discharges of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans
The U.S. Army has agreed to reconsider the cases of thousands of veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars era with mental health conditions who received other-than-honorable discharges
A class-action suit could remedy bad paper discharges for vets with PTSD
A class-action lawsuit claims the Navy is giving other-than-honorable discharges to Marines and sailors with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress.
More Than 50,000 Afghanistan, Iraq Vets Are Challenging Their ‘Bad Paper’ Discharges In A New Class-Action Lawsuit
NEW HAVEN — Through the efforts of a Yale Law School clinic, more than 50,000 U.S. Army veterans of Iraq...
Vets Should ‘Get Out In The Streets’ To Protest Handling Of ‘Bad Paper’, Experts Say
Easing challenges created for veterans who receive “bad paper” discharges will require changes in practices and procedures at the departments...
Vets With ‘Bad Paper’ Discharges Get Good News In New DoD Guidance
New guidance from the Pentagon offers some veterans with “bad paper” discharges more direction on their eligibility for a record...
This Is What Happens When Troops Are Kicked Out Of The Military Because Of PTSD
The documentary series, “Charlie Foxtrot,” recently released online, examines the fact that 300,000 post-9/11 veterans have received less than honorable...
Upgrading ‘Bad Paper’ Discharges Now A Little Easier For Connecticut Vets With PTSD
A first-of-its-kind program now in place in Connecticut will help veterans who have post-traumatic stress disorder appeal their “bad paper”...