How I Got Out of the MilitaryI joined the Army National Guard in 2002. I decided Army was more meaning full than my current career about 18 months later so I went active duty. All the time I was reading about terrorism and liberty... and government.
I realized that government is a main cause of terrorism, not the solution. Government is the opposite of liberty. The more government, the less liberty and vise versa.
When we deployed to Afghanistan, I told them I thought what we were doing was wrong and making things worse. I wanted to submit a conscientious ob
They sent me to the psychologist who said he didn't want to hear about my beliefs and diagnosed me as having a personality disorder. He said the paperwork was easier that way and both were honorable discharges.
I was out of Afghanistan, cleared from my duty station and was back home in the States in 44 days. Most of that time was waiting for an available flight out of Afghanistan.
I recently wrote out how others can do that too in a free special report. Then I recorded answers to all the major conscientious ob
If you want to see the free info, go to militaryescape.com. I maintain a blog too at sovereignwarriors.com. I hope this helps anyone out there looking for a solution.