By sending only children off and families with children of siblings of the same age at the same time that is breaking military policy?Answer Question
Answer by jewjewbee at 9:35 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by Izsarejman at 9:54 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by meandrphoto at 10:01 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
I had 6 uncles all in at the same time years ago....
What rule are you referring too?
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 11:09 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by Carpy at 11:20 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
The present law provides a peacetime exemption for anyone whose parent or sibling was killed in action, died in line of duty, or died later as a result of disease or injury incurred in line of duty while serving in the armed forces of the United States. Also included are those whose parent or sibling is in a captured or missing status as a result of service in the armed forces during any period of time. This is known as the "surviving son or brother" provision. A man does not have to be the only surviving son in order to qualify; if there are four sons in a family and one dies in the line of duty, the remaining three would qualify for surviving son or brother status under the present law.
Answer by Charis76 at 11:27 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by Charis76 at 11:29 AM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by lovinangels at 12:19 PM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by gdiamante at 1:19 PM on Mar. 11, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 8:44 AM on Mar. 12, 2011