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  1. Since when? I know it is for Covid-19 because it's under a emergency use authorization, but I think all of the standard ones are all required for basic or officer training. It is totally voluntary, and they are told it is voluntary. For the usual vaccinations, they are not voluntary, but there has always been a medical or administrative exemption. For example, if you had an allergic reaction to a previous vaccine they have to review that carefully and extensively. I remember being asked if any previous reactions, and if I was allergic to certain things like eggs, etc. . If you had a previous reaction or relevant algery, you were sent to specialist and evaluated. On Admin/Religious Exemptions, for that you had to state religious grounds, that got you an audience with the base commander and then a meeting with medical staff. Children who use DoD sponsored schools or day care are required to be immunized unless based on valid religious grounds or medically contraindicated. If a vaccine was declared "mandatory" for a field of operation (I don't think there are many currently) the only exemption is medical. If you refuse, the commander has to advise you orally and in writing that if you refuse they can force you to get it. After the warning and a refusal they would probably prosecute you for willful failure to follow a legal order under the UCMJ.
  2. As I said before, you or anyone else can post or link to any study, whether it's mainstream, contrary or otherwise.
  3. This was discussed last week, DoD says it's voluntary until full FDA approval, at which time they will re-evaluate.
  4. He's referring to the election obviously.
  5. Not going to have personal banter here, if you are hitting reply and have "you" in your response you had better check it at least 3x.
  6. I would say from the language on the first page of website the name change was to avoid running into Tradmark issues.
  7. Welcome to the Forum. You will have some quick answers. For the value you will need to post some photos and your general location.
  8. Please edit your Title and add "SOLD" Thanks
  9. Nice to see you back. It takes 5 posts (to kill spammers) in order to PM, so say something in reply to every post to get to five posts quick. Travis
  10. Most of those, a very quick look, were non-prescription supplements, like for "male enhancement." There was one drug that was pulled because the strength was mislabeled. But there is for sure some missed calls by FDA, and drugs ended up causing severe and serious problems. The mRNA delivery system has been under study and testing for several years, very limited, so that gave them a little bit of a head start.
  11. Yes, DoD said they would revaluate after it got full FDA approval. It stays voluntary until then they said. I think we had 7, anthrax, an anti-malariial, (not a vaccination), Typhoid, meningitis, Yellow Fever, and Hep A and B, plus whatever else they snuck in.
  12. Possible, but you claims will be limited to recourse in an Administrative Hearing with the vaccination recovery fund. No jury trial in the courts.
  13. The lady who wrote that is a "health and wellness" counselor not a scientist. It's clearly marked "Opinion." Is this what you mean when you refer to "other medical personnel"? Do you have an article or study by a scientist, somebody with at least some letters after their name, in the applicable field? If so I would be sincerely interested in reading it. "Scientists" and "Other medical personnel" when it comes to vaccinations, typically (when you look) are trying to sell you crystals they just happen to have, or supplements they have developed that are just as, if not more, effective and "all natural." Some, like Mercola, sell supplements and now have giant homes in Florida. They are labeled quacks because they typically are. They typically don't practice medicine. It's "alternative medicine" or "natural medicine". Their money is made on selling you "supplements" only they have. They are typically hucksters and charlatans. The supplement industry is big, big business (apparently so are crystals) and they will claim whatever the law will allow, and typically just a little bit more. They are not just "labeled" quacks, their exaggerated, false, superious claims are litigated in administrative hearings and court, and they have an opportunity to defend their claims, with science. If they can, great, if not, they are a quack - which means if you listen to this person, your health, or even life, could be in serious jeopardy. By the way, here is the rebuttal to that article, by people with letters after their name, and who have solid experience, in the field: http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/2021/01/guest-post-why-you-should-take-vaccine.html
  14. I heard the COA site went very, very well a week ago. They had doctors there on stand-by. That might be an option since you are pretty close to there.
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