release from duty

See: immunity
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for taps is the soldier's nightly release from duty, and farewell: plaintive, sweet, pathetic, for the morning is never sure, for him; always it is possible that he is hearing it for the last time.
The author covers his experience in training prior to shipping out for Vietnam, his leisure activities and training once in the operating theater of the war, his first experience getting shot at, his experience in the war, and many other war actions up to his eventual release from duty and return to the United States.
The Company prepared a comprehensive policy to support Omani staff requesting a release from duty, so they could continue full-time education through other sponsors.
The Company prepared a comprehensive policy to support Omani staff requesting a release from duty so they could continue full- time education through other sponsors.
Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor, Sotir Tsatsarov, has issued an order Monday to release from duty all department heads in the National Investigative Services (NIS).
The military has revoked his release from duty and is sending him back to Iraq for a third tour.