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Justice served at MHAFB

Posted 3/24/2011   Updated 3/24/2011 Email story   Print story

    


by Staff Judge Advocate
366th Fighter Wing


3/24/2011 - MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho -- The military justice system is a commander's tool to ensure good order and discipline and mission accomplishment. The ultimate forum for military justice is a court-martial. A court-martial can sentence punishment of reprimand, forfeiture of pay and allowances, fine, reduction in grade, hard labor without confinement, confinement, punitive separation and death. Courts-martial are open to the public and military members are encouraged to attend to develop their understanding of the military justice system.

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A senior airman from the366th Mission Support Group was reduced to the grade of airman first class with a suspended reduction to the grade of airman, suspended forfeitures of $250 pay per month for two months, 30 days extra duty with 15 days suspended, and a reprimand for using marijuana.

A senior airman from the366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron received suspended reduction to the grade of airman first class, 30 days extra duty with 15 days suspended, and a reprimand for being absent without leave.

An airman first class from the366th AMXS received an Article 15, consisting of a reduction to the grade of airman, 15 days extra duty, and a reprimand for being late for duty on three separate occasions.

A senior airman from the366th Operations Support Squadron was reduced to the grade of airman first class, with a suspended reduction to airman, and a reprimand for not reporting to duty, making two false official statements, and being incapacitated for duty due to alcohol.

A senior airman from the726th Air Control Squadron was reduced to the grade of airman first class, 14 days extra duty with seven days suspended, and a reprimand for possessing marijuana.

A senior airman from the366th Civil Engineer Squadron received a suspended reduction to airman first class, 45 days restriction to base with 15 days suspended, 45 days extra duty with 15 days suspended, and a reprimand for being absent without leave for three days.

A senior airman from the366th Fighter Wing received an Article 15, consisting of a reduction to airman first class, suspended forfeitures of $919 pay per month for two months, 45 days extra duty and a reprimand for possessing and using spice.

A staff sergeant from the366th Fighter Wing was reduced to the grade of senior airman, suspended forfeitures of $1,162 pay per month for two months, 45 days extra duty, and a reprimand for using spice.

An airman first class from the366th Mission Support Group received suspended reduction to the grade of airman, 20 days extra duty, and a reprimand for dereliction of duty.

An airman from the366th CES had suspended punishment from an action under Article 15 vacated for underage drinking, lying about drinking, assaulting an individual, and disorderly conduct, imposing a reduction to the grade of airman basic.

An airman first class from the366th SFS received a suspended reduction to the grade of airman, suspended forfeitures of $300 pay, 14 days extra duty with seven days suspended, and a reprimand for sleeping on duty.

An airman from the366th Fighter Wing was reduced to the grade of airman Basic, suspended forfeitures of $733 pay per month for two months, restriction to base for 30 days, 30 days extra duty, and a reprimand for possessing and using spice and then making a false official statement.

A senior airman from the726th ACS had suspended punishment from an action under Article 15 vacated for failing to go to an appointment, imposing a reduction to the grade of airman first class.

A staff sergeant from the366th FSS received an Article 15, consisting of a suspended reduction to the grade of senior airman, suspended forfeitures of $250 pay per month for two months, 20 days extra duty with 10 days suspended, and a reprimand for failing to report to a mandatory appointment.

A staff sergeant from the366th Equipment Maintenance Squadron received reduction to the grade of senior airman, forfeitures of $250 pay per month for two months, 30 days extra duty with 15 suspended, and a reprimand for being incapacitated for duty due to alcohol.

Court-Martial Results
A summary court-martial found an airman first class from the366th SFS guilty of one charge and specification of violating Article 92, UCMJ, for drinking alcohol while under the age of twenty one and guilty of one charge and specification of violating Article 111, UCMJ, for physically controlling a vehicle while intoxicated. The adjudged sentence included reduction to E-1, seven days confinement, and a reprimand.

Civilian Convictions
The Mountain Home District Court found a staff sergeant from the366th EMS guilty of driving under the influence and driving with an open alcohol container. The adjudged sentence included a fine of $1,182.50, 180 days jail time, with 175 days suspended, and one day credited.

The Boise City District Court found an airman from the366th CES guilty of driving under the influence. The adjudged sentence included a fine of $932.50, 90 days jail time, with 85 days suspended, and two days credited.

The Ada County District Court found an airman from the366th LRS guilty of soliciting a minor in an act of prostitution. The adjudged sentence included a fine of $2,655.50, 365 days jail time, with 180 days discretionary.

The Mountain Home District Court found an airman first class from the 366th AMXS guilty of underage drinking. The adjudged sentence included a fine of $422.50.

The Ada County District Court found a staff sergeant from the366th EMS guilty of a probation violation. The adjudged sentence included 5 days jail time, with 1 day credited.
The Elmore County District Court found a staff sergeant from the366th CMS guilty of driving with an open alcohol container. The adjudged sentence included a fine of $317.50.



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