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Var of illegal immigrants who was detained soon later of their desertion
A major consideration was whether military officials would be able to prove that Bergdahl had no intention of returning to his unit -- a key element in the desertion charges.
02, Desertion and Unauthorized Absence (UA), which updates policy, responsibilities, and procedures with the intent to "reduce desertion, UA, or designation as absent without leave (AWOL) of military personnel.
Evans, from Newcastle, denied desertion and said he had got drunk on Christmas Day 1914, gone for a walk and had been returning to his platoon when he was arrested on January 15, 1915.
As I elaborate in greater detail below, desertions are in essence political crimes, given that the main "victim" or target of an act of desertion is the state.
Private John Thomas, a reservist with the 2/Battalion Welsh Regiment 1 Division, was executed for desertion.
He then showed up unharmed at the US Embassy in Beirut in July 2004, where he was accused of faking his own death and desertion.
Charges included desertion (walking around dazed and confused suffering from PTSD), cowardice (ditto), or insubordination (any minor action that could be pressed into service as an excuse for execution).
London: A Taiwanese military intelligence officer who fled to Britain and unsuccessfully sought asylum was given a ten-month suspended jail sentence for desertion on Tuesday.
Now desertion has become yet another problem for troop morale.
Yet scholars have shown that episodes of wife desertion rise substantially during times of political turmoil, economic hardship, and mass migration.
From this perspective, the military environment offers both a development background and the motivation for the emergence of disadaptive conducts that can turn into true psychiatric emergencies with characteristics specific to this environment: psychomotor agitation crises, self- and hetero-aggressive dissociative manifestations, desertion.