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U.S. Army Reportedly Desperate For COVID-19 Unvaccinated Soldiers To Return

The U.S. Army reportedly is informing troops “involuntarily separated” for refusing the experimental COVID-19 shot they can have their military records corrected due to the reversal of the immoral COVID-19 jab mandate.

A letter sent to former service members has gone viral on social media and shared by multiple influencers.

“We write to notify you of new Army guidance regarding the correction of military records for former members of the Army following rescission of the COVID-19 vaccination requirement. As a result of the rescission of all current COVID-19 vaccination requirements, former Soldiers who were involuntary separated for refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccination may request a correction of their military records from either or both the Army Discharge Review Board (ADRB) or the Army Board for Correction of Military Records (ABCMR),” the letter read.


Inversionism writes:

On the surface this seems like a huge victory, but underneath it implies that the military is desperate for people to join or return because there is an impending holy war brewing and they need the bodies.

If I got kicked out for refusing to let them inject me with a toxic bioweapon and they sent me a letter that says “sorry you can come back now, we made a mistake in destroying your career”, I would reply with a bolded GFY and that you won’t come back until all the military leadership, government shills, and criminal corporations responsible for the mandate were tried for their crimes against humanity in nuremburg 2.0 and punished accordingly.

DC Draino also shared the letter:

US Army sending letters to former troops saying that in light of the removal of the Covid-19 vaccine requirement, they can now apply to get their reasons for discharge changed

This means derogatory remarks or dishonorable discharges can now potentially be removed or reversed

The Army is also inviting unvaccinated troops back into the military

This is a huge reversal of Biden’s tyrannical military vaccination policy that was finally put to an end by Republicans in Congress

A rare win for the good guys

Frank Grimes Jr. wrote:

The US Army sent a whoops we messed up we need you letter to the service members wrongly fired for being unvaccinated

They should not go back and see this as a blessing and not give their life for a corrupt government who does not care about them

“According to Breitbart, only 43 out of the 8k+ service members discharged for refusing the vaccine have returned as of Oct 5,” journalist Sam Shoemate noted.

The COVID-19 jab mandate ruined the careers of thousands of service members who stood up for their bodily autonomy and refused the experimental injections.

In addition, many service members who did comply with the mandate have suffered detrimental adverse health effects.

Military Times noted:

More than 17,000 service members balked at taking the shots, citing safety fears linked to the vaccine’s speedy development and spurred by misinformation about messenger ribonucleic acid technology, as well as concern over fetal cell lines used in formulation and testing. The more the controversy raged in the news, the more troops asked to skip the shots, Military Times reporting found.

While the Pentagon lifted the vaccine mandate as ordered, officials warned that repealing it would affect military readiness, potentially putting service members at risk of serious illness. DoD officials believe the shots worked: Not a single service member has died of COVID-19 since early 2022, when more than 98% of the active duty force had been at least partially vaccinated.

“The Department will continue to promote and encourage COVID-19 vaccination for all Service members,” Austin wrote in the Jan. 10 memo repealing the mandate. “The Department has made COVID-19 vaccination as easy and convenient as possible, resulting in vaccines administered to over two million Service members and 96 percent of the force ― Active and Reserve ― being fully vaccinated.”

The now-lifted mandate’s aftermath is still playing out. Of the 17,000 service members who refused to take the vaccine, roughly half have been discharged and another thousand or so secured exemptions.

Separated troops are eligible to upgrade their discharges, or even come back into service if they want to. At the same time, Pentagon officials are still determining how to treat ― and possibly reprimand ― the remaining 7,000 troops who leaders say did not follow a lawful order.

The U.S. Army continues to perform poorly with recruiting goals, and there’s no doubt the COVID-19 jab mandate played a significant role.

An alleged U.S. Army recruitment flyer going around social media stated “Covid Vaccine NOT REQUIRED” at the top.

The flyer also included up to a $50,000 enlistment bonus.


From Army Times:

The Army fell about 15,000 soldiers — or 25% — short of its recruitment goal this year, officials confirmed Friday, despite a frantic effort to make up the widely expected gap in a year when all the military services struggled in a tight jobs market to find young people willing and fit to enlist.

While the Army was the only service that didn’t meet its target, all of the others had to dig deep into their pools of delayed entry applicants, which will put them behind as they begin the next recruiting year on Saturday.

The worsening problem stirs debate about whether America’s fighting force should be restructured or reduced in size if the services can’t recruit enough, and could also put added pressure on the National Guard and Reserve to help meet mission requirements.

According to officials, the Marine Corps, which usually goes into each fiscal year with as much as 50% of its recruiting goal already locked in, has only a bit more than 30%. And the Air Force and the Navy will only have about 10% of their goals as they start the new fiscal year. The Air Force usually has about 25%. Officials spoke on condition of anonymity to provide details on the recruiting totals that have not yet been released.

“In the Army’s most challenging recruiting year since the start of the all-volunteer force, we will only achieve 75% of our fiscal year 22 recruiting goal,” Army Secretary Christine Wormuth said in a statement to The Associated Press. “The Army will maintain its readiness and meet all our national security requirements. If recruiting challenges persist, we will draw on the Guard and Reserve to augment active-duty forces, and may need to trim our force structure.”


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