Pentagon Mulls Granting Back Pay to Troops Discharged for Refusing to Get Vaccinated

(Rick Moran – PJ Media) More than 8,400 U.S. servicemen and women were discharged from the military for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine. But on Tuesday, the federal government formally lifted the vaccine mandate, leaving open the question of giving justice to the troops who refused the jab.

In a memo from Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, the secretary opened the door for reinstating troops who were discharged but left it up to individual commanders how or whether to deploy troops who are not vaccinated.

“The Department will continue to promote and encourage Covid-19 vaccination for all service members,” Austin said in the memo. “Vaccination enhances operational readiness and protects the force.” View article →



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