In military terminology, desertion is the abandonment of a duty or post without
permission and is done with the intention of not returning. In contrast,
Unauthorized Absence (UA) or Absence Without ...
Aug 9, 2016 ... Learn about the maximum possible punishments for military members ... (8) If the
member goes AWOL with the intent to avoid field exercises or ...
Aug 12, 2016 ... ... would receive the maximum punishment for AWOL and desertion. ... 180 days,
and returns to the military voluntarily, it could go either way.
See FindLaw's Military Criminal Law section for additional articles and resources.
... A member of the armed forces is considered AWOL if he or she fails to go to ...
Aug 13, 2010 ... Experience: I went to prison for going awol ... charge to desertion – which can
carry a sentence of up to 10 years – I decided to make a stand.
For people looking for specific guidance about punishments for going AWOL/UA,
May 24, 2016 ... Are you AWOL? The article describes what happens after a soldier goes AWOL,
what may be the punishment, due to a soldier going AWOL, ...
Since he already has a 9 month suspended sentence for going AWOL once
before, I'm assuming they'll give him actual time this time.
Generally, to prove a service member guilty of AWOL, the military prosecutor
must show: that the service member without authority – 1) fails to go to his ...
AWOL / Unauthorized Absence Status Servicemembers go Unauthorized
Absence (UA) or Absent Without Leave (AWOL) due to personal problems they