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March 7, 2012 at 6:03pm

McChord's February monthly military justice update

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The following information is a summary of non-judicial punishments given by commanders under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice during February 2012. The punishments are determined based on the individual facts and circumstances of each case.

- A staff sergeant from the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron committed failure to go and signed a false official statement. The staff sergeant received reduction to senior airman, two forfeitures of $1,181, 14 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- A senior airman from the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron failed to obey a lawful order and used an intoxicating substance in the form of bath salts. The senior airman received reduction to airman 1st class, 10 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- An airman 1st class from the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron committed failure to go. The airman 1st class received reduction to airman, 14 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- An airman from the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron committed failure to go and willful dereliction of duty by improperly wearing a service dress uniform. The airman received reduction to airman basic, 28 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- An airman 1st class from the 62nd Aerial Port Squadron failed to obey a lawful order and used an intoxicating substance in the form of spice. The airman 1st class received reduction to airman, 45 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- A senior airman from the 62nd Aerial Port Squadron committed failure to go and signed a false official document. The senior airman received reduction to airman 1st class, two forfeitures of $990, 30 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- An airman 1st class from the 62nd Aerial Port Squadron drove while intoxicated. The airman 1st class received reduction to airman, a forfeiture of $835, 15 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- An airman 1st class from the 62nd Maintenance Squadron committed failure to go. The airman 1st class received reduction to airman, 10 days of extra duty and a reprimand.

- A staff sergeant from the 8th Airlift Squadron made a false official statement and committed willful dereliction of duty by departing on leave without proper authorization.

The staff sergeant received reduction to senior airman, two forfeitures of $750 and a reprimand.

- A senior airman from the 627th Communications Squadron committed failure to go. The senior airman received reduction to airman 1st class and a reprimand.
The following information is a summary of involuntary discharges.

- A senior airman from the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron received an honorable discharge for unsatisfactory performance during a fitness assessment.

- A senior airman from the 627th Civil Engineer Squadron received an honorable discharge for unsatisfactory performance by failing to progress in on-the-job training.

- An airman from the 627th Force Support Squadron received a general discharge for minor disciplinary infractions.

- A senior airman from the 627th Logistics Readiness Squadron received an honorable discharge for unsatisfactory performance during a fitness assessment.

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