Hold soldiers accountable for their actions and blatant disregard of military Values

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We seek to hold soldiers accountable for their actions and ask that the 6th BEB command group recognize unacceptable behavior of their soldiers. Soldiers should not be promoted, awarded, nor held in leadership positions if they are unable to hold themselves to the following values: Loyalty. Duty. Respect. Selfless Service. Honor. Integrity. Personal Courage.

It is unfortunate that soldiers and/or military family members often cannot trust in the command group to properly handle incidents of infidelity, foul play, harassment, and actions of blatant disrespect. Soldiers deserve to be punished under AR 134. 

Adultery is a crime punishable under Article 134, UCMJ. There are three elements that must be met to prove adultery existed. They are:

(1) That the accused wrongfully had sexual intercourse with a certain person;
(2) That, at the time, the accused or the other person was married to someone else; and
(3) That, under the circumstances, the conduct of the accused was to the prejudice of good order and discipline in the armed forces or was of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces.


this petition is solely to show the commander that citizens, veterans, retirees, and military member and families believe that soldiers should be held to their military standard. Military members are held to the highest standard, and when we raise our right hand and swear to protect this country, we also swear to live a designed lifestyle 24/7. We ask that leadership do not pick and choose, that commanders do not let incidents slip through the cracks. This petition is more than the situation at hand. Though there is an investigation of "only" adultery, cases of rape, murder, theft, disrespect to leadership,  disrespect to the nation (just to name a few) often are hushed so that they can slide by. By signing this petition, you say No to letting some situations slide and others consequential. You say it simply isn't fair. 


When you say "thank you for your service" remember what all that entails besides the threat of eminent danger