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- One hotline for a nationwide network of counseling centers
VETERANS FOR PEACE
Apr 5 – 7 – Historians Against War National Conference
Apr 17 – Apr 23, 2013 – SOA Delegation to Paraguay
Apr 17 – 18, 2013 – Truth and Justice: The 2013 Summit on Military Sexual Violence in Washington DC led by Service Women’s Action Network
Apr 18 – May 2, 2013 Annual VFP Tour to Viet Nam
Apr 22 – Submission Deadline for Summer Edition of VFP Newspaper
Apr 22 – 26 – The People’s Response,” 5 days of protests, workshops and presentations to counter the Dedication of George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas
May 19 – May 27, 2013 – SOA Delegation to US Border/Mexico
June 1 Fort Meade, MD
Aug 7 – 11, 2013 – VFP National Convention in Madison, WI
Sept 21 – National Day of Peace
Sep 22 – Submission Deadline for Fall Edition of VFP Newspaper
Nov 11 – Armistice Day
Veterans to Fort Hood GI’s:
You Don’t Have to Go to Afghanistan
Information for military personnel about why and how soldiers can resist deployment to Afghanistan
The Our Lives Our Rights efforts at Fort Hood will continue throughout April 2013.
Veterans and friends who would like to reach out to GI’s at Fort Hood should get in touch with Gerry Condon at email@example.com by phone at 206-499-1220 or March Forward organizer Kevin Baker at 213-925-5506.
COURAGE To Resist
FREE Bradley Manning
WAR Is A Crime
Our Lives Our Rights
Veterans For PEACE
Under Article 138 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, any member of the armed forces who believes himself or herself wronged by his or her commanding officer may request redress. By requesting redress the wronged member of the military is asking that the “problem” be addressed and fixed. Army Regulations  define a “wrong” as:
A discretionary act or omission by a commanding officer, under color of Federal military authority, that adversely affects the complainant personally and that is-
(1) In violation of law or regulation;
(2) Beyond the legitimate authority of that commanding officer;
(3) Arbitrary, capricious, or an abuse of discretion; or
(4) Materially unfair.
If the problem is not addressed and fixed by the commanding officer, a formal complaint (Article 138) can be made to a superior officer (higher in rank to the officer who is responsible for the problem). This will trigger an investigation into the problem by the court-martial convening authority over the commanding officer against which you brought the initial complaint.