Please vote, but, Military Times notes,
Two Army Reserve soldiers who appeared in uniform during the Democratic National Convention in August will not be disciplined for politicking in uniform, but their supervisor will.
On Thursday, officials said they had determined the two soldiers were not at fault for the mistake.
“The investigation found their supervisor violated a Department of Defense directive and an Army regulation that governs soldier political activities,” Lt. Col. Simon Flake, chief of media relations for Army Reserve Strategic Communications, said in a statement.
“The supervisor at fault will receive the appropriate level of disciplinary action for violating the governing standards.”