Retired USAF Brigadier General, MRFF Advisory Board Member Excoriates Cadets Who Might Not Graduate for COVID Vaccine Refusal

Published On: May 18, 2022|Categories: Featured News|14 Comments|
Graduating cadets standing in rows at Air Force Academy graduation

“These four USAFA cadets (and other underclass cadets who have also refused to be vaccinated) are visibly, vocally, and illegally defying a lawful order put in place by legitimate military authority. They should be prosecuted for this offense under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (“Failure to obey order or regulation”)—for which they are subject to punishment up to and including dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for two years.”

— MRFF Advisory Board Member Marty France, PhD, Brigadier General, USAF (Retired)

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  1. Thomas May 18, 2022 at 11:51 am

    I can recall the time I reached my 20s — in the Navy during the Vietnam “thing,” — and how I was idealistic and very conflicted, especially after My Lai. I know what it’s like to wrestle with one’s conscience. But never in my 7 years in the Navy did any medical procedure become an issue. I’m still holding onto the possibility that one or more of these cadets will reflect and acknowledge their cowardice and selfishness. This is an act they will look back on the rest of their lives with complete and utter shame — as they should — and I would want to make every effort possible to allow them to salvage themselves and their honor.

    Thank you for holding their feet (and other parts) to the fire.

  2. Gary Landman May 19, 2022 at 7:15 am

    Retired military he will stay… but an active shill for the reigning communists.

  3. Marty France May 19, 2022 at 8:52 am

    Thanks, Gary! I sure plan to stay retired–after 37+ years of active duty. I can still pass a PFT, though. How many did you do in service to our republic, The Constitution, and our capitalism-based economic system? And thanks for the ad hominem attack, comrade!

  4. Colonel Bob Smalser, Infantry, USA Retired. May 19, 2022 at 2:58 pm

    There should always be room for a religious exemption from a vaccine made from human fetal tissue.

  5. Tom O May 19, 2022 at 4:20 pm

    The Covid vaccine is NOT made from ANY form of “human tissue,” fetal or otherwise.
    Facts bout vaccine “connection to abortion” is at

  6. Scott strohmeier May 20, 2022 at 5:09 pm

    These people will become officers, and some of them may control nuclear weapons. If they can’t obey orders now, get rid of them.

  7. John Hedtke May 20, 2022 at 6:16 pm

    Thanks, Genera France!. While it’s certainly true that people who are denying the vaccine on “religious” grounds are, indeed, jackasses, the bigger issue is that vaccination is a valid military order that you simply don’t get to ignore. If one doesn’t like this, the door is always open, but for cadets to be bitching about the ee-vills of vaccination is laughable. (My 26th book discussed respiratory pandemics and vaccination whenever possible is a major part of fixing the problem.)

  8. Bill Brysono May 21, 2022 at 2:43 pm

    Vaccination is one thing but RMA gene therapy is another issue. I think there is enough evidence available NOW that some well read or informed person may disagree with this shot. Being in the Army, I had, like most, had multiple shots–these were standard definition of vaccination-using dead or inactive virus or bacteria–not emergency exempt gene therapy shots ( Check to see if they changed the definition of vaccine). Check “VARS” to see the serious side effects from this shot. I don’t believe the cadets should use the religious freedom as a reason to decline the shot, unless it is their “religion”. They should man up to their decision- give their reasons and thus the consequences of that decision. Hopefully they can defend their decision with available facts. Don’t give me that thing about FDA or CDC. They have changed their recommendations more times than I can count. Sometimes stupid decisions get men killed. It happens. IE: agent Orange, Iraq oil fields, fire pits, atomic bomb tests.

  9. Tom O May 21, 2022 at 6:07 pm

    “Hopefully they can defend their decision with available facts” They can’t: see
    That’s why they’re playing the religion game.

  10. Grey One Talks Sass May 22, 2022 at 5:52 am

    Bill said “ Don’t give me that thing about FDA or CDC. They have changed their recommendations more times than I can count.”

    What you described Bill is called the scientific method, meaning when confronted by an unknown, scientists perform constant research which modifies known data.

    With the discovery of mutations the recommendations changed too because what was effective in the past didn’t work any more.

    Are you really saying the CDC and FDA should have stuck with their original stance even in the face of new discoveries? Not very scientific tbh.

    By the way, it’s interesting that all of your ‘failures’ are not health care related but weapons of or the results of war. Apples and Kumquats Bill.

  11. The Pef May 22, 2022 at 6:20 am

    Would a firing squad be appropriate for these “malcontents?” Drawing & quartering could be brought back. Since you have France in your name could you recommend a Guillotine?

    Since you believe your physical fitness is relevant, how about you vs each of them for the best score on the Cadet Physical Fitness Test? That could be followed by a boxing match in front of the entire cadet wing and then a pugil stick combat.

  12. Thomas May 24, 2022 at 9:47 am

    Scott strohmeier writes above: “These people will become officers, and some of them may control nuclear weapons. If they can’t obey orders now, get rid of them.”

    I am seriously worried about the religiously delusional who — with the control they have — believe it is their mission to bring along “the second coming.” Their primary loyalty is NOT to the United States, our constitution, and the American people — but to a foreign power. This, for me, is the elephant in the room.

  13. Thomas May 24, 2022 at 10:02 am

    Bill Brysono writes: “Vaccination is one thing but RMA gene therapy is another issue.”

    The mRNA … not “RMA” … vaccine is anything but “gene therapy.” Bill, it’s clear you’re not a virologist or an expert on the human immune system. Bill, do you understand football? If so, I’ll give you an analogy. In terms of handling Sars-CoV-2, mRNA is as much of a threat to the system as a tackling dummy is to a football player. And it is because the effects of mRNA are NOT long-lasting, and because it’s ingeniously building up our innate immune system, regular “reminders” (boosters) are needed.

    If you can impregnate a tackling dummy — and I won’t try to stop you — you can call mRNA “gene therapy.” But seriously, dude, try doing some REAL research.

  14. Alan June 13, 2022 at 6:40 am

    Dear Brigadier General France. Would you expect a cadet to follow your orders to rape a child, certainly not. But you expect these cadets to follow your orders and take a vaccine and rape their own body, a vaccine that is killing many 1000’s around the world that is not a vaccine but a pathogen designed to alter the cadets DNA.

    History will one day show that these vaccines have harmed millions and where totally inaffective and had nothing to do with protecting lives but all about making billions of dollars for the vaccine companies!

    Your actions and orders have been heard and recorded in heaven and you will be ordered one day to answer for your actions. Alan from Australia

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