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Plaintiffs want to keep their jobs while they argue for altering the military's deployment policies for HIV-positive soldiers
Judge issues injunction to prevent discharges of HIV-positive individuals while case is argued in court
Plaintiffs are being discharged despite receiving support of commanding officers and meeting medical and physical requirements to serve
Vice president of operations and strategy Andy Blevins to take helm starting on Dec. 1
Sgt. Nick Harrison sued after he was denied a chance to commission as a JAG officer
The Trump administration's outdated "Deploy or Get Out" policy puts hundreds of HIV-positive servicemembers at risk of being discharged. Sgt. Nick Harrison refuses to go...
Without a preliminary injunction, HIV-positive service members face an imminent threat of being discharged