November Military Justice file released
By , 460th Space Wing staff judge advocate
/ Published December 16, 2009
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 administrative actions Buckley Airmen received in November.
An airman was absent without leave and incapacitated for duty. The Airman received a reduction to airman basic, restriction to Buckley Air Force Base for 30 days, 14 days extra duty and a reprimand.
An airman 1st class misused a government travel card and received a suspended reduction to airman, restriction to Buckley Air Force Base for 14 days and a reprimand.
An airman 1st class was honorably discharged due to homosexual conduct.
An airman with several minor disciplinary infractions was discharged.
A staff sergeant was prosecuted off base for driving under the influence. Although the sergeant pleaded guilty, the sergeant received 12 months probation, 50 hours of community service, monitored sobriety for 90 days, 30 days of wearing an ankle bracelet and listening to a Mother's Against Drunk Driving victim panel. Additionally, the sergeant was directed to attend alcohol evaluation and treatment. In response to the sergeant's off-base actions, an unfavorable information file was established and the sergeant received a letter of reprimand.