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Missing Counseling Records Memorandum

26 MAY 2017

MCEU-LST-TC-C


MEMORANDUM For Letter of Review, on behalf of myself, SGT John T. G

SUBJECT: MEB VS. Chapter Decision


1. Sir I formally and humbly request permission to continue in my Medical Board proceedings, as a United States Army Active component Soldier.

2. I enlisted in the Active component in January 2011 and served four years honorably and received no disciplinary action during that time. In 2015, I underwent a great amount of scrutiny during a Criminal Investigation after an allegation of sexual assault was brought forward but has since been unfounded, I did own up to my mistake and received an Article 15 for an improper relationship with a soldier junior in rank and, because of that action, I was appropriately punished. I realize now, not only how rewarding my time in the Army is, but also, how incompatible such relationships are to good order and discipline. I sincerely regret the actions that caused such problems to my unit and my life. In the time prior to the outcome of the CID investigation please see that there are no negative actions taken against me. I have also served my time for the Field Grade Article 15 which I realize now that I should have let the proper channels handle my paperwork and not myself, I am not an innocent party and I have made mistakes but I have grown and matured and now have a stable and supportive family life that has allowed me to devote myself to military service while on duty for the remainder of my time in the service. During the time before the last 6 months of myself getting in trouble my ex-wife had constantly harassed me through the Army and the court system using our son as a weapon. Which put a great stressor on me but I continued to drive and give 100 percent to the unit and the Army.

3. In short, the circumstances that resulted in my non-judicial punishment no longer exist and I will not make those mistakes again. I am preparing for my life after the Army, one that which would be made tremendously easier with the continuation of the Medical Board Proceedings. I am an overall good soldier who made some mistakes; please look at the dedication I give the junior soldiers and what both my peers and superiors seem to think of me as a soldier or of my skills. Thank you for allowing me to submit this letter on my behalf and for the opportunity to leave the Army with my head held high sir.










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