How do you go about addressing a senior NCO who is trying to get you an article 15 by slandering your name.?
This NCO is going on terminal leave in about two weeks, but before she leaves she is trying to get paper work started on me for fraternization with another NCO. She is starting this strictley off of hear say and is pushing this off on our new NCOIC which is going to make me look bad in his eyes in the long run. Looking for guidence... My rank is Spc. sorry about that.
Asked By: Omar - 12/7/2007
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They must prove the allegation..... .....In the UCMJ under the article on fraternization are "proofs"..... they must meet these proofs before you can be found guilty.... take the high road.....deny the charges if asked......do a good job.......ignore your accuser
Answered By: Kojak - 12/8/2007
Additional Answers (10)
If she ignores it, she could lose her job. Just have proof that the allegations are wrong.
Answered By: mb - 12/7/2007
UNLESS YOU ARE COMMISSIONED YOU HAVE NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT
Answered By: petey00petey - 12/7/2007
Continue to treat her with respect, and talk to an advocate about fighting the false charges.
Answered By: beardog4314 - 12/7/2007
you do not have to accept an article 15 and you have the right to demand a court martial for even a minor offense. Call her bluff. It the allegations are untrue, demand a court martial and prove it.
Answered By: laughter_every_day - 12/7/2007
treat her as kindly as possible. wish her well in her leave. startle her, show others you aren't phased. be confidant, but not an a**. be the better person. make her look bad in their eyes by being kind to her when she is trashing you. hope it works out for you.
Answered By: 流星 - 12/7/2007
Coming from an exsoldier... is it really hearsay? To be honest you have to pick your battles, is this really one you want to beat?? there will be others, I promise. If you want to beat it go to your 1st sgt and tell him about the sitution, just remember this will be a favor.. if he fixes it you probably will not be... More
Answered By: fight_cody - 12/7/2007
I remember when I was a newly promoted E-5 and a short timer waiting in formation when approached by an senior NCO who was trying to Art. 15 me. With 3 weeks left and all my papers in my hand I actually through the papers in the air and asked him what his problem was in his face. With such a short time other NCO's in... More
Answered By: rhtzzn - 12/7/2007
Don't know what you mean by fraternization with another NCO; frat usually refer to a junior and a senior (usually taken as more then one rank higher); fraternization is not just officer enlisted. If she is going on terminal leave she really can't if she is the one pressing charges so might be just a thing to either... More
Answered By: GunnyC - 12/7/2007
Get proof....you might want to talk to the new NCOIC and see if anyone else will back up your story.
Answered By: Bob D - 12/7/2007
Request mast if you can prove no-kidding harassment...then again, if you are engaging in fraternization, better lay low until she goes terminal.
Answered By: Josey - 12/7/2007
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