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US Army relieves six active-duty commanders for refusing COVID vaccine:


There are about 57,000 people serving at the level of captain or above in the US Army, meaning around 0.01 percent of commanding officers were dismissed 

There are about 481,000 active duty officers in the Armed Forces, making those fired 0.001 percent of all currently on active duty 

The Army did not specify the rank of each of the dismissed officers, though they said the dismissals included two battalion commanders 

In addition, the Armed Forces has issued 2,994 written reprimands to soldiers for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine out of the 3,611 troops who have refused

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Well, at least there were, 3611 active duty troops who had the intelligence and conviction to refuse the Bio-weapon. Even if they sold/contracted them selves into military service, under order and duress of court marshal.