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Justice served in June and July

Posted 8/14/2012   Updated 8/14/2012 Email story   Print story

    


by Legal Office
366th Fighter Wing


8/14/2012 - MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho --  -- June

An airman 1st class from the 366th Fighter Wing received nonjudicial punishment consisting of suspended punishment vacated for driving at excessive speed, imposing a reduction to the rank of airman and forfeiture of $200.00 pay per month for two months.
A technical sergeant from the 366th Operations Group received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a reduction to staff sergeant and a reprimand for two specifications of dereliction of duty and making a false official statement.

A staff sergeant from the 726th Air Control Squadron received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a reduction to senior airman, suspended forfeiture of $1,181.00 pay per month for two months, 30 days extra duty with 15 days suspended, and a reprimand for dereliction of duty and leaving his appointed place of duty without proper authority.
A senior airman from the 366th Component Maintenance Squadron received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a reduction to airman 1st class, 14 days extra duty, and a reprimand for adultery.

An airman 1st class from the 366th Maintenance Operations Squadron had a suspended punishment vacated for reporting late for duty and making a false official statement, imposing a reduction to the rank of airman.

An airman 1st class from the 366th Operations Support Squadron had a suspended punishment vacated for reporting late for duty twice, being derelict in the performance of his duties, and making a false official statement, imposing a reduction to the rank of airman.

An airman 1st class from the 366th MOS received nonjudicial punishment consisting of 14 days extra duty and a reprimand for reporting late for duty and making a false official statement.

Civilian Convictions

The Elmore County Magistrate Court found a senior airman from the 366th Logistics Readiness Squadron guilty of driving under the influence and sentenced the member to a fine of $1,017.50, five days of jail time with 1 day credited and 10 days discretionary, and one year probation.

Courts-Martial

An airman from the 366th LRS was sentenced to a reduction to the grade of airman basic, forfeiture of $600.00 pay per month for five months, and confinement for five months after being found guilty at trial by Special Court-Martial of using spice, committing larceny, unlawfully entering another Airman's dorm room, and being disorderly.

An airman 1st class from the 366th Force Support Squadron was sentenced to a reprimand, reduction to the grade of airman basic, forfeiture of $750.00 pay per month for three months, hard labor without confinement for three months, and restriction to Mountain Home Air Force Base for two months, after being found guilty at trial by Special Court-Martial of committing larceny and unlawfully entering another Airman's dorm room.

July

An airman 1st class from the 366th OSS received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a reduction to airman basic and a reprimand for reporting late to duty, dereliction of duty, and making a false official statement.

An airman 1st class from the 366th Medical Operations Squadron received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a reduction to airman basic, suspended forfeitures of $100.00 pay per month for two months, restriction to the limits of Mountain Home Air Force Base for 45 days with 15 days suspended, 45 days extra duty with 15 days suspended, and a reprimand for driving under the influence of alcohol.

An airman 1st class from the 366th FW received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a suspended reduction to airman, 14 days extra duty, and a reprimand for dereliction of duty.

An airman 1st class from the 366th LRS received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a suspended reduction to airman, suspended forfeitures of $835.00 pay per month for two months, 21 days extra duty, and a reprimand for reporting late to duty and making a false official statement.

An airman 1st class from the 366th LRS had a suspended punishment vacated for reporting late for duty, imposing a reduction to airman and forfeitures of $835.00 pay per month for two months.

An airman 1st class from the 366th OSS received nonjudicial punishment consisting of reduction to airman basic, suspended forfeiture of $745.00 pay per month for two months, and a reprimand for using marijuana.

An airman from the 366th LRS received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a suspended reduction to airman basic, 28 days extra duty, and a reprimand for reporting late for duty.

A senior airman from the 366th CMS received nonjudicial punishment consisting of a reduction to airman basic, forfeiture of $745.00 pay per month for two months, restriction to the limits of Mountain Home Air Force Base for 45 days, 45 days extra duty, and a reprimand for communicating indecent language to a minor.

Civilian Convictions

The Elmore County Magistrate Court found a senior airman from the 366th Security Forces Squadron guilty of disturbing the peace and sentenced the member to four days of jail time with four days credited, a fine of $387.50, and one year probation.

Courts-Martial

An airman 1st class from the 366th SFS was sentenced to reduction to the grade of airman basic, forfeiture of $978.00 pay per month for six months, hard labor without confinement for three months, and confinement for six months, after being found guilty of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon and drunk and disorderly conduct at a Special Court-Martial.

An airman 1st class from the 366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron was sentenced to reduction to the grade of airman basic, forfeiture of $994.00 pay per month for two months, confinement for one month, and a bad conduct discharge, after being found guilty of larceny at a Special Court-Martial.



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