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The Army let hundreds of soldiers rejoin the service after being kicked out for ‘adverse reasons’

Paul Szoldra 

The U.S. Army allowed hundreds of soldiers to rejoin the service after being separated for “adverse reasons,” according to an internal document obtained by Task & Purpose.

“This latter population confirms previously identified gaps in the Army transition processes by allowing offenders to depart active duty with an inappropriate characterization of service and with a reentry code allowing them to reenter the Army,” notes the Army Crime Report for Fiscal Year 2018, a non-public document published in Sept. that highlights criminal activity in the service and gives commanders’ tips on how to address it.

Col. Joseph Bassani CORPORATE LEADERSHIP – FINANCE – MILITARY AFFAIRS

Col. Joseph Bassani

Col. Joseph Bassani

 

SERAPH has a new addition to our leadership team.

Joseph Bassani retired from the United States Army as a Colonel after nearly 28 years of service.  He is an expert in strategy development, strategic communications and organizational change management. 

In the years following the attacks of 9/11, Mr. Bassani led the Department of Defense effort to develop a family of interagency/intergovernmental homeland defense plans.  His efforts led to the formation of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Consequence Management Response Force, an all-hazards response plan for the Washington DC Metropolitan area, a national pandemic preparation and response plan, as well as a number of sensitive, classified plans and programs.