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    Quote Originally Posted by MagiK_SacK View Post
    ...Are you guaranteed to end up in the brig, not necessarily, but that's not to say don't have a point.
    Correct, in fact I edited my post again before you quoted it. ANY discipline would be proof that you did not have the "right" to do what you did. Firing (basically you just leaving) is not a discipline in this context.
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    Wowwie!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MagiK_SacK View Post
    Please instead of telling me your interpretation please point to Section, paragraph number ext that you are interpreting that I won't have the same rights as I would with a civilian employment?
    I wont cite anything for you.
    There is a profound differance between being in the service and having a job as a civilian and there is a "right that you signed away"!

    The RIGHT to tell your boss "Take this job and shove it! I dont work here anymore!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by armaborealis View Post
    I was always kind of hoping a soldier would show up to some unit social function (off base of course) open carrying. The CG's policy never said anything about open carry, after all!

    The only reason that USARAK changed the policy was because congress prohibited the DoD from implementing such policies during the NDAA last year. Don't think for a moment that the Army had a change of heart...
    I did go to an off base unit function with an empty holster. Even though we were wearing civies, we were considered "on duty" at our designated place of duty. On duty, or in uniform on or off base we are not allowed to carry a personal weapon. In the last three years that I've been retired I have carried a loaded gun more than in the 21 years in the Army. (BTW, I was combat arms)
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldbanger View Post
    While off military installations, Soldiers are required to follow Alaska law.

    Repeal of Concealed Firearm Policy.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldbanger View Post
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    Oldbanger, tis an olde, six year olde, thread and you posted almost the same post you did in Mar of 06!

    In the interim, Nov 2016, the DoD issued a directive 5210.56, Arming and Use of Force, http://www.esd.whs.mil/Portals/54/Do..._dodd_2016.pdf

    good reading and quite a step forward for our service members.
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    Quote Originally Posted by solus View Post
    Oldbanger, tis an olde, six year olde, thread and you posted almost the same post you did in Mar of 06!
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