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Asked on: 5/17/06, 4:29 pm

How far can the Army go?

A child of a soldier is a bed wetter.This has been a problem for years..Is it legal for the NCO to come in this soldier's house,and force this soldier to put his face down in the child's Pee?

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Answered on: 5/17/06, 5:10 pm by Steven Brand

Re: How far can the Army go?

No, it is not. Although, I know a story must surround this. Is this going on at Ft Jackson?

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Sincerely Yours,

Steve Brand

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