Columbus AFB 14th Student Squadron Fails To Teach Pilots How To Fight a Military Court Martial
The mission Columbus AFB’s 14th Student Squadron is “ensuring student pilots have everything they need to become both officers and pilots while providing unrivaled academic and simulator training.” While that is a fine mission and we have no doubt that the nation is safer for their efforts, there is a gap in training that we see throughout the United States Military. That gap is that most schools fail to teach service members how to fight back against the military justice system. That is primarily because the military does not want them to fight. The military justice system is looking for “good boys and girls” to just lay down and get rolled over on command.
The story becomes even more fascinating when it has now been revealed that some Jimmy Stewart’s complete freak out scenes in It’s a Wonderful Life were actually Stewart having some legit PTSD breakdowns as a result of his time in combat. Moreover, Stewart would go on to remain in the newly formed Air Force Reserve and rise to the rank of Brigadier General. Not too bad for a guy who just wanted to fight, but the military wanted to do the exact opposite.
The moral of the story as it pertains to the court martial process is that when the military justice system wants you to stay out of the fight, that is your cue to get into the fight. The 14th Training Squadron is doing an amazing job turning out pilots, but it is not preparing them for what to do when abuse and misuse of the UCMJ comes looking their way. If you are stationed out of Columbus AFB and you are under investigation or facing a court martial, the next few minutes of reading could prove the most consequential of your entire career.
Abuse and Misuse of the UCMJ Occurs At Columbus AFB
We know this to be true because abuse and misuse of the UCMJ takes place in every U.S. military station around the world. It is a logical outcome to be expected when you impute Commands with neat total authority and staff those commands with imperfect humans. The problem is that training schools like the 14th out of Columbus have a tendency to communicate that the military justice system doesn’t make mistakes.
What Kind of UCMJ Charges Can I Fight?
If You Want A Wonderful Life You Have To Fight For It
We take the fight to the military justice system and most importantly, we win. If you are under investigation or facing court martial, reach out now and we’ll shoot you straight on exactly what you are facing. The military justice system doesn’t want you to fight which means that is exactly what you need to do. Reach out to us and as long as you are willing to fight, so are we.