Slowly but surely, all of the penalties for military personnel who refuse to take the jab are being revealed.
The Pentagon chose to keep the disciplinary measures vague, more than likely hoping it would not have to face mass discharges.
With deadlines now approaching, Navy personnel, like the other branches, will face discharge and other disciplinary measures for refusing the vaccine.
The NAVADMIN statement read, “In order to ensure a fully vaccinated force, U.S. Navy policy is to process for separation all Navy service members who refuse the lawful order to receive the COVID-19 vaccination and do not have an approved exemption.”
That order is almost identical to the Army order that was given earlier this week.
Active-duty Navy personnel had until November 14 to get the first jab and November 28 to become fully vaccinated.
Personnel not meeting those requirements could also be forced to return pays given to them by the Navy.
The order stated, “Bonuses, special pays and incentive pays become unearned when a Navy service member refusing the vaccine is no longer performing duties for which they are receiving such a bonus, special pay, or incentive pay.”
Between active-duty Navy and Navy reserve, there will be almost 30,000 sailors being discharged for refusing the jab.
Their service record, time of service, duty record… none of that matter.
They are all about to lose their career so Joe Biden can get his stats.
Source: Fox News