The last of four soldiers accused of tormenting Pvt. Keiffer Wilhelm, the Huron County teen who killed himself in Iraq last summer, was found guilty of minor offenses and will apparently escape serious punishment.
Staff Sgt. Bob Clements was convicted of obstruction of justice at a court martial that ended Sunday night in Kuwait. He was given a written reprimand and demoted one pay rank, according to a U.S. Army official.
Justice Files, a catchy name for McGuire AFB.
This article is a summary of results for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Airmen who received both courts-martial and non-judicial punishment under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice for the month of March. There was one special court-martial, two non-judicial punishment actions and twelve administrative discharge actions.
CAAFLog reports a new Bluebook is due out soon. Here is the website, you can buy an online membership.
Marine Corps Times reports:
Corpsman turned to pot to deal with stress
By Gidget Fuentes – Staff writer, Sunday Apr 11, 2010 8:35:07 EDT
OCEANSIDE, Calif. — The enemy’s bullet tore into his arm, knocking Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class William Osborn out of commission during a firefight May 4, 2009, in Afghanistan.