The United States Army is attempting to recruit former soldiers who were previously forced out of service due to refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
According to the Army, about 1,903 who refused the COVID-19 shots were discharged during the 15 months when the vaccinations were mandatory by the Pentagon. Per the military information blog TaskandPurpose.com, the Army has issued instructions on rejoining due to recruiting struggles.
“As a result of the rescission of all current COVID-19 vaccination requirements, former soldiers who were involuntarily separated for their refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccination may request a correction of their military records,” according to a letter signed by Brig. Gen. Hope Rampy, Army Director of Personnel Management.
The letter, circulated on social media, has been confirmed by the Army as authentic. Within the letter’s content, soldiers desiring to return to service are encouraged to contact their local Army, US Army Reserve, or Army National Guard recruiter for more information.
According to CBN News, Rampy also told soldiers who were “involuntarily separated” for their refusal to get the COVID shot “may request a…
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