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Can a Commander deny my leave because I refuse to take an immunization?

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Leave is a commander’s program and the commander can deny leave typically at their reasonable discretion. More importantly the Commander with general court martial convening authority has the authority to order involuntary immunization. See reference below Hope you found this information useful. Check out our YOUTUBE Channel as it has numerous videos on relief for cause actions.

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