The Washington Post‘s “On Faith” section contains an article entitled “Chaplains hear call to serve God while serving country.” The article covers the stories of several chaplains in the US military who were first serving as regular sailors or soldiers until they Read more
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Ensign Michael Izbicki, a 2008 US Naval Academy graduate, previously sued the US Navy to gain status as a conscientious objector.
A Connecticut news outlet reports Izbicki has been granted an honorable discharge; he, in turn, is dropping his lawsuit.
He’s not getting out of the Navy scot-free. As part of his honorable discharge, Izbicki will have to reimburse the Navy for his education at the Naval Academy. Normally men and women attend the service academies free of charge.
Via the ADF.