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Probable Punishments for a Service Member Gone AWOL

A service member is considered AWOL (Absent Without Leave) when her or she fails to go to an appointed place, willingly leaves that place without permission, or is absent from the unit or place of duty. Serious ramifications have the potential to haunt someone who fails to report for duty with no intention to return, including discharge from the military and jail time. Someone can go AWOL for days, months, or even years, and can be considered a deserter if he or she has no intention to ever return.

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