To the best of my knowledge you cannot be forced to sign a sworn statement. I believe there is also a requirement that you receive and sign a rights warning certificate before signing a sworn statement. Since you have the right to remain silent and you cannot be given an order or forced to sign a document. I don’t not believe forcing someone to sign a sworn statement is legal. I would highly encourage you to seek legal assistance before taking any action. You should also review AR 140-95
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