Sunday, April 17, 2016

What's the opposite of unauthorized absence?

Military lawyers around the world are familiar with AWOL, unauthorized absence, and the whole colorful range of terms for absentees. But what if the tables are turned and the problem is an imposter in the barracks? The Fayetteville Observer's Amanda Dolasinski has the story here.

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