Can the president decide a military member fate in the service?
THe President is the commander-in-chief of all military services. He has to act under military law. He has the power to pardon a person who is convicted of some offense. He can demote or re-assign officers.
the president is the commander -in - chief of the militery so technically he is in the military Read More
He is the Commander in Chief of the military. Read More
A service member who has joined a particular pranch of military service but who has not yet completed Basic Training. Read More
Any conduct where one military member regardless of service or rank causes another military member regardless of service or rank to suffer or be exposed to an activity which is cruel abusive?
hazing Read More
Can an enlisted military member date an military officer if they are not in the same branch of service?
No, they cannot. Read More
Service member, no. Family Member, yes Read More
In the US, the President is defined as a member of the military; specifically, the highest possible rank. Saluting is expected. Read More
GOVERNOR OF mAHARASHTRA ELECTS THE PRECIDENT AND MEMBER OF MAHARASHTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Read More
While in public, the service member is expected to follow the laws of that state. If the state requires a CCW, then the service member may not carry in public without one. If the state does not require one, obviously, the service member may carry. Read More
As a service member, no. As a former service member, perhaps depending on the situation. As a foreign national who has suffered damages as a direct result of military activity, yes. Read More
Depends on where the Service Member is being stationed. Read More
can fiance's standby fly with a retired service member Read More
as a military service chief, is a member of the joint chiefs of staff Read More
somebody with a service member could go on post if acompanied by the service member. On the other hand a service member and a non us citizen is something that if you ask any service member they probably never heard of a single case. There are also interchange studies were officers and enlisted personell from other countries study in military bases in the united states. So yes, there are cases of non citizens on post. Read More
No, if you cannot be a fully functioning member of the civilian society, the military doesnt except you to be a good service member. If you were bad in civilian life, why would they expect you to be any better in military life? Read More
The highest award in the military is the Medal of Honor. It is awarded by the President on behalf of the Congress. Only one Medal of Honor has been awarded to a living service member in the last 30 years. The rest were awarded posthumously. Read More
Not publicly. As a military member, you are sworn honor your commander-in-chief. Read More
The United States Military does not prohibit online gambling. Online Casinos have nothing in there terms of service that would disallow a member of the military to gamble online. So to answer your question, being a member of the military does not restrict one from gambling online. Read More
Yes, but it requires approval from your chain of command. Read More
A member of the US military can be discharged for several reasons. A discharge simply means that a military member's enlistment contract is being ended, either through completion of their term of enlistment or other administrative action. A discharged military member has very limited benefits, usually no more than very limited medical care for service related injuries, alone. A member of the military is allowed to retire only after completing a specified length of service… Read More
If an active duty member of the airforce has a Military Protective oder with another service member and he is no longer in the military does the order stay in effect?
No the military PO is no longer in effect as long as you do not go on base. If you go back on base due to the fact that you still hold a military ID the military police can still arrest and charge you. Read More
No. It's a transaction of personal property between you and that service member. The military has no obligation to ship anything on their behalf. Read More
The purple ribbon indicates that the wearer was awarded a Purple Heart. This is awarded when a service member is injured or killed during service. Read More
Richard M. Nixon, 37th US President, had much government service experience. He was a member of the US House of Representatives, member of the US Senate, and Vice-President of the US under President Eisenhower. Read More
Any member of the US Military serves under the "needs of the service". When the service feels you are unneeded, OUT YOU GO! Read More
No, not particularly, although if in a formal discussion then there are rules that accompany such a situation, and if as a member of the military to his commander, then military rules apply. Read More
Generally, the military doesn't hold you "legally" accountable; however, the act of your dependent reflects, both, on you and your branch of service. The military is likely to administer administrative punishment. If such conduct continues in the future, the military is capable of discharging the service member for the act of the dependent. Read More
The president is not a member of the military. It might seem strange to hear that since he is Commander In Chief. This is a very important point. The US military is ultimately under civilian control. Think about how important that is. What could happen if military authority in the US were independent of civilian authority. Read More
You become the member of the party in senate with the majority and have the longest service in the senate Read More
Both appear to be incorrect usages. The term exigency when referenced with servicemember FMLA relates to a personal crisis / hardship (emergency or pressing situation) imposed on the military member as a result of their service. The service isn't experiencing a crisis, it's the service member and their family who may qualify for FMLA under a "qualifying exigency" Read More
No. The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to a service member who served with a military unit participating in or directly supporting military operations in the Republic of Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, and parts of Laos. Read More
A few of the answers are that a service member is "owned" by the military, another reason is that all state laws vary from state to state so it would be difficult to maintain military decorum, there are many things that are specific for service members to abide by that are not outlined in civilian law. Read More
The President serves as Commander in Chief because the USA wanted a civilian to lead the military for fear that if a member of the Armed Forces led the military, then that person might try and take over the government. Since a civilian controls the military, the chances of a military take over of the civilian government is highly unlikely. Read More
No. There is no cost to the service member for any military training. Ocs, is office of childern services Read More
If you are active duty military for 6 consecutive years are you considered a federal civilian employee?
No, you are considered an active duty service member. Read More
Pardon President Carter, by Proclamation of January 21, 1977, pardoned certain persons who, during the Vietnam War era, violated the Military Selective Service Act by draft-evasion acts or omissions committed between August 4, 1964 and March 28, 1973. President Carter's Pardon Proclamation applies only to violations of the Military Selective Service Act by civilians. I fa person was a member of the armed forces during the relevant period, and convicted for a violation of military… Read More
It means to them that he is the superior officer of every other serving member of the U.S. military. His word officially overpowers that of any general, commander, or admiral. Read More
means that the ID card is for a dependent of a service member i.e, Wife, Husband, Daughter, Son... Read More
A common flyover is a formation of military aircraft that flys over an event, such as the Super Bowl. A formal military flyover involves a formation of military aircraft flying over a military related event, such as a military funeral, where one aircraft is missing, representing the lost service member. Read More
He was a lawyer before entering government service. Before President, James Buchanan was member of the Pennsylvania State Legislature, member of US House of Representatives, Minister to Russia, member of US Senate, Secretary of State and Minister to Great Britain. Read More
You are an active duty service member in the us army you blew a .04 on a breathalizer test are you drunk on duty even though the legal limit in military is .05. service member didnt have symptoms?
You would need to contact a JAG attorney on this matter. Read More
Given that the highest rank possible in the US Military is Commander-in-Chief, and that the Commander-in-Chief is the President, they all held the highest rank possible. THE ABOVE answer I found here is incorrect. The Commander-in-Chief position is civilian, not military. The whole point of making the president C-in-C is to have civilian control of the military, unlike in other countries in the 18th century whose military did not answer to the government. The president… Read More
A member of the State Public Service Commission,though members are appointed by the Governor. Read More
If the missing person is an active duty member of a service branch, yes, it does. Read More