New guidelines have reportedly been handed out regarding Navy personnel refusing to take the vaccine.
In addition to being discharged, they could possibly face heavy fines.
That’s right… the Navy may require those refusing to take the jab to repay any bonuses given as well as repayment for training.
Many have been waiting on guidance, at least for the Navy, which has finally been released.
Punishment will be severe, to say the least.
The hammer is even being dropped on personnel that have filed exemptions.
The new guidelines state, “In order to maximize readiness, it is the policy goal of the U.S. Navy to achieve a fully vaccinated force against the persistent and lethal threat of COVID-19.
“As directed by the Secretary of the Navy’s lawful order, the Navy has commenced a mandatory vaccination campaign.”
Sailors who have filed for an exemption will not be promoted or given other orders.
The same stipulation is in place for those filing objections while that objection is being considered.
The Navy “may seek recoupment of applicable bonuses, special and incentive pays, and the cost of training and education for service members refusing the vaccine.”
Senior officers that do not comply will face “detachment for cause” upon the deadline.
The guidance states, “An unvaccinated senior leader without a pending or approved exemption calls into question the Navy’s trust and confidence regarding their ability to ensure unit readiness or to maintain good order and discipline.”
How do you feel about Joe Biden now?
Source: Just the News