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US military members who were fired over vaccine refusal have to pay back recruitment bonus


Military service members who were fired for refusing to get the Covid-19 vaccine are being forced to pay back recruitment bonuses because they did not honor their contracts. 

US Army service members are entitled to bonuses of up to $7,000 if they sign up for six years. But speaking to Fox News, an anonymous soldier who was fired in May 2022 after refusing to get the jab, claimed he was told he must repay $4,000 because he had not served six years.

The soldier said he had to ‘sell’ unused vacation days in order to pay the fee and described the move as the ‘final kick in the face’.

Around 3,717 Marines, 1,816 soldiers and 2,064 sailors have been discharged for refusing to get vaccinated, according to Defense Department data cited by Reuters.

The Pentagon officially ended its Covid-19 vaccine mandate earlier this month as part of the National Defense Authorization Act.

Military members who were fired over their refusal to get the Covid vaccine are being forced to pay back their recruitment bonuses

Military members who were fired over their refusal to get the Covid vaccine are being forced to pay back their…



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