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It is recognized that this could be in the public or private sector, in view of the special place of education in Chief Awol?w?'s scheme of things.
'Given the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan and the fact that Afghan trainees who violate the terms of their visas suffer virtually no consequences for going AWOL (except for the possible return to Afghanistan),' says the report.
AWOL Afghans are considered a security risk in the U.S.
The figures, obtained under Freedom of Information laws, come after we exclusively told how up to 500 sex offenders have gone AWOL after failing to notify police of address changes or travel plans.
Responding to the unfounded messages from members of the public, his cousin Kara Louise Bowman said on Facebook: "We know he would never go Awol, he loves the army.
But his appeal was dismissed by top judges, who said it was "entirely proper" for the courts martial to lock up members of the armed forces who go AWOL, as it has a "deterrent effect".
Lance Corporal Joe Glenton, who was also reduced to the ranks, was sentenced at a military court in Colchester, Essex, after admitting the awol charge.
Instead he pleaded guilty to going Awol which carries a maximum two year jail sentence.
By Manyang Mayom November 10, 2009 (RUMBEK) -- The suspended commissioner of Rumbek North County, John Beliu Awol, has skipped facing a court trial which was set to take place on Monday at the desk of a first grade judge in Rumbek civil court under a mango tree in Lakes state.
rainman007: I can't say I'm surprised Mido has gone AWOL. After all, he has previous for it.
(AWOL;, a Savannah, Georgia-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit to create intensive afterschool and summer programs serving kids who are at risk of or have tangled with the law.
I HAVE just read the story about two Awol soldiers dated April 3.