A US general in command of the 10,000 strong Oklahoma National Guard has told his soldiers they will face no penalty for refusing the jab, in defiance of orders from The Pentagon.
In a memo released this week, Brigadier-General Thomas Mancino told his sub-ordinates that ‘no negative administrative or legal action will be taken’ against soldiers who refused to the jab.
National Guard troops must be fully jabbed by June next year.
The order applies only inside State boundaries, and any soldier required to be outside of the border may be required to have the jab. More on this story can be found at RT News.