WASHINGTON, D.C. 20310-0200
17 April 1986
John A. Wickham, Jr. John O. Marsh, Jr.
|See also related material by Frederick N. Dyer, Ph.D., Smoking and Soldier Performance, USAARL Report No. 86-13, U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (Fort Rucker, AL) (June 1986), and especially this conclusion: "Undoubtedly, if the military [would obey hiring rules that] restrict enlistments to nonsmokers, there would be far fewer discipline, alcoholism, and drug-abuse problems in the Army."
Due to the already known medical data on smoking, impaired readiness, and misconduct, the Army used to not enlist smokers. Judicial notice was taken of that fact in 1898! Austin v State, 101 Tenn 563, 566-567; 48 SW 305, 306, aff'd 179 US 343; 21 S Ct 132; 45 L Ed 224 (1900).
Notice the continuing smoking problem, cited by Samantha L. Quigley, "Negative Effects of Smoking Not Deterring Servicemembers" (American Forces Press Service, 16 August 2005).
|Appellant's 19 Nov 1976 Appointment|
|The 7 Jan 1992 Attempt |
To Get Review to Begin
|The 3 Nov 1992 Attempt |
To Get Review to Begin
Citing Violation of Due Process: NO NOTICE OF CHARGES
Being Obstructed 1991-1996: Citing Legal Principles With
Respect To Some of The Crimes Being Aided and Abetted
for Attorneys Being Violated And Attempting To Get
Review To Begin After Being Obstructed 1991-1996
Citing Starr's Apparent Coverup
of Falsehood In Another Case and
My Attempting to Get Review
To Begin After Being Obstructed 1991-1998
Published Analysis of Starr's Apparent Sexual Fantasies
and Again Attempting to Get Review to Begin After
Being Obstructed 1991-1998, Correspondence
That Combined With This Material Inspired the Agency
to Sudddenly Fight Harder to Prevent Review
as It Clearly Must Be Striking Close to The Truth
Review Pursuant to the 1991 Agency Settlement To Do So
To Agency Refusal to Allow Review on Merits
While decision is pending on whether to even allow review on the merits to begin, the petitioner will continue to post additional materials from the case file, including issues on the merits, as able.
Your assistance is requested. Please write to the President asking him to order a genuine investigation, and when he verifies that no notice of charges was issued me (unlike what is provided to others accused of genuine wrongdoing), to reinstate me.