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Saeid's sister, Zahra, rejected allegations that her brother was dishonorably discharged.
Fabrizio Bracciolini, wounded seriously in the nose, accused sword-wielding Mariotto Cellesi, allegedly backed by four others, of dishonorably ambushing him without any formal challenge.
Any person in possession of a gun who is a fugitive from another state, under indictment for a felony, subject to a restraining order, dishonorably discharged, or a drug user or addict falls within the prosecutorial jurisdiction of Project Exile.
It's a solid kick in the stomach to hear a disgraced soldier - infected with AIDS and dishonorably discharged - recount his Marine father's request that he change his name.
He also wrote in support of a homosexual who had been dishonorably discharged from the navy.
A 53-year-old former assistant police inspector died early Wednesday after drinking pesticide at his home in Karasuyama, Tochigi Prefecture, northeast of Tokyo, days after he was dishonorably discharged for embezzlement, police said.
Three Apaches from the scout company that participated in the original fight were hanged, while others were dishonorably discharged and sentenced to federal prisons.
The thirty-six-year-old captain from Gainesville, Florida, could be imprisoned for up to ten years, stripped of all benefits, and dishonorably dismissed, despite a spotless fifteen-year military record.
Judson joined the Union Army during the Civil War but was dishonorably discharged in 1864 for drunkenness.
Mild and full of humor, he was unrelenting against those whom he believed were acting dishonorably.
Many military employees - in all branches and at various levels -- have been forced out and/or dishonorably discharged because of discriminatory policy that deemed some of our nation's best and brightest unfit for service.
TeamUSA dishonorably tossed a coin to decide its 2018 flag bearer.