Skip to comments.SSGT Moran will be "honorably discharged" from the United States Air Force
Posted on 08/17/2011 1:23:03 PM PDT by rxsid
"Damage Control: Active Duty Air Force Staff Sergeant Daryn J. Moran Will Be "Honorably Discharged" From The Air Force
SSGT Moran will be "honorably discharged" from the United States Air Force.
Air Force damage control: Pixel Patriot just spoke with SSGT Daryn J. Moran and SSGT Moran has informed him that he has been "honorably discharged" from the United States Air Force.
We also just received an email from SSGT Moran and it reads as follows,
This is SSgt Daryn J. Moran. The below email is to a reporter about my response to his attempts to reach me for a couple of questions.
I am short on time to discuss much other than to say the Lord has allowed me to remain with my family and we are leaving Germany, and I am receiving an Honorable discharge.
Thank you to all who prayed. What a blessing to know the protection of the Lord.
I will have positive things to say when I get there, in addition to things already distributed. I hope everyone will be prepared to hear the hand of God in all of this, and why my faith is stronger.
Back on American soil within this week, I'm sorry the itinerary is unavailable to the public, but I am coming with my Bible in hand, joy in my heart, and many friends to make and see. Thank God.
Note: It was just yesterday that the Department of Justice and Air Force officials at the Pentagon visited the postings at this site viewing SSGT Moran's public statements. We are also still working on getting SSGT Moran's complete on-camera video statement. We had upload issues processing the remaining clips. SSGT Moran will deliver the complete UNIFORMED DECLARATION to Pixel Patriot for further processing. Stay tuned for more."
"Damage Control: Active Duty Air Force Staff Sergeant Daryn J. Moran Will Be "Honorably Discharged" From The Air Force"
And once again, the truth is not addressed.
LTC Lakin goes to Leavenworth, and this guy gets an honorable discharge?
An admission of guilt in and of itself . . .
Looks like he got lucky.
This guy’s discharge was already in the works. He just decided to go AWOL right before it was final.
Even after this clown has been removed from the WH, the truth will remain hidden from the American public for fear of social unrest in the streets.
Because once the truth comes out, government will be compelled to take legal action that may result in many of his enablers ending up in the slammers where they belong.
We will be told, “Let bygones be bygones and let’s learn from our past mistakes and start afresh. There is no need for expensive, embarrassing trials.”
Like I said, the chance of court martial in this case was about nil.
And like I said, his opinion about Obama was not going to be a factor. There is not going to be a future that you depicted of SSgt Moran breaking big rocks into little rocks.
BTW, “curiosity” got the zot.
Mr.Unique? With your screen name perhaps you are singularly qualified to answer that question?
Interesting that the military singled out LTC Lakin for persecution.
Perhaps it was because, as a LTC, he was getting a little too close to the general officer level.
But not one that would stand up in court. *sigh*
I call him Mr. ‘not so’ Unique.
So therefore, the military is A-OK with someone who goes AWOL prior to being formally discharged?
BTW...how do we know he is AWOL? Because he says so?
What, do you think they’re going to arrest someone, put them in a cell, go to all the trouble and expense of a trial and imprisonment for a guy who was going to be out of their hair for good in a few days?
Like a Nolo Contendere, except no punishment is accepted.
Once on an "approved leave status", does the Air Force have it's hands tied for disciplinary action...including reducing his discharge below that of Honorable?
If he was still part of the military, yes. If he wasn’t, then no.
And I quote:
He just decided to go AWOL right before it was final.
I know that was a long time ago, but do try to stay caught up.
They could probably go after him if they wanted to. But why bother? They’re getting rid of the guy. Why give him the attention he appears to desperately crave?
"Theres just one hitch: Moran, an ophthalmology technician assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing at Ramstein Air Base, is actually on an approved leave status, according to a statement released by U.S. Air Forces in Europe. He is currently outprocessing for discharge from the Air Force which was previously approved by his commander on August 4th,"
But it is not leave charge to a service members account. And to be more accurate, SSgt Moran is in a time period of when local or squadron policy affords service members a period of time to outprocess from his assignment. This can anywhere between a few days to a month.
Isn't that what's mandated in the military? Discipline?
Is it possible that the guy was near re-enlistment and this was all a put on, that he simply didn’t re-enlist or was refused re-enlistment? I have no idea. Just asking.
Thank you for the ping rx :)
This is NOT what I was expecting... although, it DOES show that they,(nObama Admin) is trying to avoid it at all costs now ..
No, they don't. But, if he was really on the way out the door, they'd likely just let him go.
Yup, certainly possible. Or, that he knew he was going to be discharged shortly and figured the military wouldn’t go after him. Appears he figured correctly.
In the first sixty two words of your post you never get past “honorably discharged from the United States Air Force.” You repeat your title three times without ever getting to the story. You are a bad blogger.
Just out of curiosity, were you cheering the prosecution of Lakin, too?
I'm not sure why you feel the need to be so nasty. I said he decided to go AWOL in reference to his "proclaiming" that he was AWOL.
Why is that ironic?
No matter his status, I am glad he is getting out clean and got a parting shot at Obama.
Because, the military doesn't care that someone "on their way" out the door calls the Commander in Chief a criminal and calls for his arrest.
Hey...since he's "on the way out"...it's no biggie. He's still in the military...but heck, it's OK because soon we're going to honorably discharge him.
If you read his other writings on the internet, it appears that he was outspokenly anti-gay. For this, they labeled him with a personality disorder and sent him home pending his discharge. Then he announced on the internet that he was AWOL and demanded that either he be arrested or Obama be arrested. Nobody bit. The army said he wasn't AWOL and the discharge proceeded.
Ah. I see. You were only deliberately trying to mislead in that post.
In that case, all is forgiven, sorry I sounded nasty to you.
Yesterday AFT says he’s AWOL, today they say he isn’t.
"Just out of curiosity, were you cheering the prosecution of Lakin, too?
I'll give you 3 guesses...but the first two don't count.
For what it’s worth, I think the guys “status” was too fluid to be 100% believable. By his own words, he was already on leave, he sort of just declared himself AWOL. If you read all of his own comments before he started exchanging emails with BR and P&E, you’ll see that he said he was already being processed out, and he made some confused mention about it not making any difference if he even checked in daily. He started up the whole “birther” thing only after he was already out, just hanging around waiting for the paperwork to finalize.
“the NCO wrote a discharge is imminent and basically paperwork.
“He wrote in a letter posted Aug. 15 on The Post & Email website that he was a “high priority” for being discharged after meeting with mental-health evaluators. Moran wrote on The Blaze that he would soon receive an “administrative and honorable discharge for a ‘personality disorder’”
Is it common to place someone on leave a few days before there discharge paperwork is complete? Maybe if he is diagnosed with a personality disorder.
Did he publish his eligibility concerns prior to his self-declared AWOL status? Does anyone have a history on this guy prior to Aug. 1, 2011?
I wonder what his re-enlistment code will be? R-4?
I didn’t think so. So why are you so upset that they’re not prosecuting this guy?
It wasn't not too long ago that gay behavior was not tolerated in the military.
You can expect much more homosexual related problems, that was imposed on them by a Democrat Congress and Obama, for the military as times goes on.
He was on his way out already.
I guess we will have to disagree. I'll rely on my 28 years of USAF service to guide me.
No, I was relying on a certain level of comprehension.
Why would you say I'm upset he's not being prosecuted?
I know...I'll just say that your upset that Barry Soetoro isn't crowned King for life.
Just through it out there as if it's truth?
What's up with that, guy?
So, they learned more. I don't see adding or correcting information as a story develops as a problem.
For that matter, I don't know if this guy was technically AWOL or not...just because he says he is doesn't mean anything to me...just because the USAF issued a statement doesn't really mean anything either.
Because in your post #20, in response to my question whether you think the Army should bother to prosecute a guy that they're discharging in a matter of days, you said, "If he was still part of the military, yes."
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