November military justice file released
By Master Sgt. J. LaVoie, 460th Space Wing Public Affairs
/ Published January 26, 2011
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- If you do the crime, you do the time! This is true in the U.S. Air Force. The following is a summary of punitive actions Buckley Airmen received in November.
A 566th Intelligence Squadron member was disrespectful toward Senior NCOs in his squadron by raising his voice, arguing, and telling them he would not complete his physical health assessment. Additionally, he would not disclose any medical appointments to his leadership when ordered to do so. These actions were in violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 91, Insubordinate conduct toward an NCO and Article 92, Failure to obey a lawful order and Dereliction of duty. The member was reduced one stripe to an E-3 and reprimanded.
Seven Airmen were discharged in November. A 566th Intelligence Squadron failed his career development course test for the second time and was discharged for failure to progress.
An 460th Medical Operations Squadron Airman was discharged for wrongfully using Vicodin, while a 566th Intelligence Squadron Airman was discharged for using marijuana.
Several Airman were discharge for repeated minor disciplinary infractions. A Detachment 45 Airman received seven letters of counseling, four letters of reprimand and two Article 15s in a one year period. A 460th Force Support Squadron received one LOC, five LORs, and two Article 15s in a period a little more than a year. An Airman from the 460th Space Communications Squadron received two LOCs, and six LORs. A 460th Security Forces Squadron Airman received one LOC, one LOR, and two Article 15s. All of these Airmen were discharged.