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52ND FIGHTER WING LEGAL BLOTTER

Posted 5/11/2015 Printable Fact Sheet



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Discharges 

An airman first class assigned to 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron was discharged for failure to meet minimum fitness standards and received an Honorable service characterization.

An airman assigned to 52nd Force Support Squadron was discharged for ADAPT failure and received an Honorable service characterization.
An airman first class assigned to 52nd Communications Squadron was discharged for failure to progress in military training and received an Under Honorable Conditions (General) service characterization. 

A senior airman assigned to 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron was discharged for conditions that interfere with military service and received an Honorable service characterization. 

A staff sergeant assigned to 606th Air Control Squadron was discharged for failure to meet minimum fitness standards and received an Honorable service characterization. 

A staff sergeant assigned to 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 17 was discharged for conditions that interfere with military service and received an Honorable service characterization. 

An airman first class assigned to 52nd Security Forces Squadron was discharged for minor disciplinary infractions and received an Under Honorable Conditions (General) service characterization. 

A senior airman assigned to 52nd Medical Support Squadron was discharged for drug abuse and commission of a serious offense and received an Under Honorable Conditions (General) service characterization.

Article 15s

A technical sergeant assigned to 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron drove while under the influence of alcohol. The member received a reduction to E-5, 45 days extra duty, and a reprimand for one violation of Article 111, drunken operation of a vehicle. 

An airman assigned to 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron wrongfully overindulged in alcohol causing the member to miss curfew and be incapacitated for duty. The member received a reduction to E-1 suspended for six months, 45 days restriction, 30 days extra duty, and a reprimand for one violation of Article 92, dereliction of duty, and one violation of Article 134, drunkenness, incapacitation for performance of. 

A staff sergeant assigned to 702nd Munitions Support Squadron was derelict in the performance of duties by failing to obtain access to systems needed to be able to complete their primary duties. The member received a reduction to E-4, and a reprimand for two violations of Article 92, dereliction of duty.

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