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TOO LATE: US Army Removes COVID Vaccine Requirement for Recruits Following Historic Low in Recruitment Since 1973


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In February 2023, Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth issued a memorandum that rescinds all policies associated with the DOD COVID-19 vaccination mandate.

Now that Biden’s vaccine mandate for the U.S. Military has been lifted, members who were discharged for refusing the vaccine can rejoin the service.

It’s not working out too well. Out of the 8,000 people who were discharged, only 43 have rejoined.

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Seems pretty logical.  Once you've made a point of showing that being in the military includes ceding the right to refuse experimental medical procedures, people aren't going to "play".   

Basically it's a case of "Fool me once . . . "

 

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6 minutes ago, SDwaters said:
Gateway Pundit

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In February 2023, Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth issued a memorandum that rescinds all policies associated with the DOD COVID-19 vaccination mandate.

Now that Biden’s vaccine mandate for the U.S. Military has been lifted, members who were discharged for refusing the vaccine can rejoin the service.

It’s not working out too well. Out of the 8,000 people who were discharged, only 43 have rejoined.

:snip:

Seems pretty logical.  Once you've made a point of showing that being in the military includes ceding the right to refuse experimental medical procedures, people aren't going to "play".   

Basically it's a case of "Fool me once . . . "

 

These people are being very short sighted - giving up free abortions and sex change operations(sarc):P

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13 hours ago, SDwaters said:
Gateway Pundit

:snip:

In February 2023, Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth issued a memorandum that rescinds all policies associated with the DOD COVID-19 vaccination mandate.

Now that Biden’s vaccine mandate for the U.S. Military has been lifted, members who were discharged for refusing the vaccine can rejoin the service.

It’s not working out too well. Out of the 8,000 people who were discharged, only 43 have rejoined.

:snip:

Seems pretty logical.  Once you've made a point of showing that being in the military includes ceding the right to refuse experimental medical procedures, people aren't going to "play".   

Basically it's a case of "Fool me once . . . "

 

Can I go back  to 1958?

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Americans now unwilling to fight for their country?

A disheartening new poll conducted by the Echelon Insights research institute purports to show that 72% of American voters would not be willing to volunteer to fight for their country if the United States faced a major conflict.

The poll of 1,029 likely voters, obtained by Newsweek, was conducted October 23-26, in the days following the heinous Hamas terror attacks against Israel on October 7.

That the overwhelming majority of U.S. adults apparently would not be willing to serve in the United States military if the country faced another major war is concerning to say the least, especially given extreme tensions in the Middle East and surrounding Iran, Russia, China, and North Korea, the modern day Axis of Evil.

By contrast, a Daily Mail poll conducted by J.L. Partners and released early last month found that 64% of 1,000 likely voters were willing to die defending the United States-- in the event of an invasion. However, the same poll showed that fully 30% of Americans ages 18-29 would rather surrender than die fighting for their country. Moreover, the poll found that less than half-- 46% to be exact-- of Democrats would be willing to die fighting for the U.S. Sadly, the latter figure is anything but a shock. Why would you lay down your life for a nation you despise, one peopled with oppressors and—Trump supporters?!:snip:

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https://maritime-executive.com/article/u-s-navy-misses-enlisted-recruitment-target-by-20-percent

U.S. Navy Misses Enlisted Recruitment Target by 20 Percent

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The Navy's recruiters say that they are up against a trifecta of challenges. Less than a quarter of Americans of prime recruitment age (17-24) meet the requirements to serve in uniform, according to the Pentagon. Those who do qualify have plenty of employment options to choose from, because the civilian job market is stronger than it has been in more than 50 years

For the few who decide to apply, a new electronic medical records screening service - Genesis - has reportedly increased discovery of disqualifying medical events, making it hard for candidates to gloss over past health issues. Recruiters on the ground say that this is a real obstacle, and that applicants often walk away instead of working through a time-consuming waiver process. 

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Sooo,  were the recruiters ordered to not mention the lack of enlistee enthusiasm for "Salute the Rainbow" events as an impediment to recruitment?

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Sooo,  were the recruiters ordered to not mention the lack of enlistee enthusiasm for "Salute the Rainbow" events as an impediment to recruitment?

New definition of 'be all that you can be' :rolleyes:

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Former Troops Punished over Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Sue for Billions in Lost Wages

Former troops are suing the U.S. government for lost pay and benefits due to the Biden administration’s military vaccine mandate, one of the lawyers who successfully brought down the Anthrax vaccine told Breitbart News.

Attorney Dale Saran, a retired Marine, and fellow attorneys Andy Meyer and Brandon Johnson are representing the former troops in three separate lawsuits they plan to turn into a class action lawsuit on behalf of all service members who were either kicked out or illegally ordered to stop drilling, resulting in loss of pay.:snip:

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