My hubby was in the Navy between '72 and '74, where he was stationed on the CVA43, the USS Seattle, when he went AWOL, and got caught with pot...he was very young at the time, and we have a friend that it took 8 years for him to change his from a dishonorable discharge to a general discharge, and he struck a commanding officer, now I know that pot is illegal, but it seems to me that striking a commanding officer is a much more serious offense for a court martial! My husband suffered a massive stroke in 2004, and is now 100% disabled...he was a trucker. All he wants is his name back, and his country's flag! His father and mother are buried at the Arlington National Cemetary, and he would like to visit them before he dies, which as tough as he is, I don't think God is ready for him yet! Any ideas would be appreciated.
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