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Different courts, diff decisions on army 'stop-loss'

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Two totally different sets of circumstances...
by Mac McMullen / November 5, 2004 3:44 PM PST

Another example of your lack of understanding of
military matters.

The first court hearing in Calif was for one thing,
and a second hearing is scheduled for another.

No common thread between the two individuals, except
for loose conversation using the term stop-loss.

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More egg on your face there.
by Edward ODaniel / November 6, 2004 8:28 AM PST

It has been suggested several times that you would embarass yourself less often if you constrained yourself to subject matter you at least have a passing familiarity with.

Stop loss applies to those still within their remaining service obligation period.

First case appears to have been a resignation after the obligatory period ended while the second indicates that obligated time remains.

Even someone unfamiliar should have picked that info up had the story been read rather than simply skimmed. You do miss a lot of important details by skimming.

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