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Old 10-08-2008, 10:35 AM
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Angry I know where a Fugitive from Army is located.

Daniel Hunt whom was awaiting court marshal for going AWOL is once again AWOL. All that I know about where he was stationed, it was a base in New York. He is back where he was when he was originally AWOL, at his wife's mother's house in Cincinnati Ohio, in Union Township.

I am aware that the proper way to turn someone in for being AWOL is that you are suppose to contact the local police department, but I was told that when Daniel was AWOL before others attempted to inform the Union Township police department and were told by the department that hey had better things to do then deal with someone who was AWOL.

I can not even believe that the Army would have allowed this "Man" to be left alone to the point where he could just walk away from his base while awaiting a Court marshal.

Please, someone pass this information to the proper authorities so that this punk can face the repercussions for his actions.

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Old 10-08-2008, 10:41 AM
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1st of all what makes you the judge of his character? Do you know him? Do you know what he did?
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Old 10-08-2008, 10:49 AM
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1st of all what makes you the judge of his character? Do you know him? Do you know what he did?
He's AWOL. That's good enough for me.


RC, maybe try contacting the DOD?
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Old 10-08-2008, 11:07 AM
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In a short while he'll be listed as a deserter.

Try calling the Army and/or the FBI. The FBI could at least give you guidance as to who you should notify. If he crossed state lines to avoid prosecution then the FBI might be interested in pursuing him.

He should be brought to justice for his original charge & now he'll have a new one to contend with.
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Old 10-08-2008, 11:22 AM
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I'm surprised more don't go AWOL. Its not as if they are protecting their country in Iraq and Afghanistan is it. They're being conned and left to rot......We shud just leeve now and stop getting killed over there.
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Old 10-08-2008, 01:29 PM
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I'm surprised more don't go AWOL. Its not as if they are protecting their country in Iraq and Afghanistan is it. They're being conned and left to rot......We shud just leeve now and stop getting killed over there.
Most who have enlisted did so while we were at war in Iraq & Afghanistan & knew they'd be there sooner or later. Most who have enlisted during wartime did so willingly & in my son's case because we were at war. By the way he did five deployments to both Iraq & Afghanistan & truly believes we belong there & is willing to go back again.

If you don't think the war on terrorism isn't worth it then you certainly have forgotten 9/11/01. A week after that the President announced we would fight terrorism any where it was found & for as long as it takes. Polls showed that over 90% of the American people agreed with that. They must have forgotten the "as long as it takes" part as you obviously did. To leave Iraq now would be to turn more of the Mideast into terrorist havens. To leave Afghanistan would be to give Osama a free pass. To me that's a plain out & out surrender & that's not what or young warriors were taught.

Bottom line - we're killing a whole lot more of them than they are of us. To keep it in perspective we lost more men on the first five minutes of D Day, June 6 1944 than we've lost in the whole war on terrorism including 9/11.

And how can you say that our service persons are being conned. Are you another one that thinks our fighting men are stupid & don't know there's a war going on when they enlist & they'll be put in harm's way? A young person who thinks that would be too stupid to even pass the ASVAB.

You've just demeaned the whole military establishment of the U.S. & I take great offense of that. I didn't spend 27 years in the military to surrender when things aren't going exactly right, especially now that we've really started kicking butt. My son just lost a fellow Ranger in Iraq, a close friend of his. His resolve is just as great as ever to keep the pressure on. He's still thinking about coming out of the Reserve & going back to being a Ranger. Do you actually believe he's being conned?

By the way - the person that this thread is the subject of went AWOL because he had a court martial & was trying to dodge justice,. No where did I read he went AWOL because of the war. He's just another criminal on the lam.
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Old 10-08-2008, 12:02 PM
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For as frustrating as the situation is - you should not be posting locations on the internet. Go about this the right way or contact your local army installation. Army.com isn't the right chain and you know that. All you can do is give the information to the property authorities. What they do with the information is their business...
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Old 10-08-2008, 12:35 PM
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I think we have gone over this before but Do Not Post Peoples Personal Information! If this soldier is AWOL then please contact the authorities.
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Old 02-25-2009, 07:20 AM
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to the person who posted about someone going awol. so what. if i knew my husband wouldnt get in ridiculous trouble i would suggest the same. the army is full of lies. they tell you what you want to hear and nothing more. they is no good way to get out of military if your unhappy. you can read your contract all day long and tech. you signed it stating that you have read and agree to everything and if you didnt understand that you should ask your recruiter. why? they just lie. who can you go to after you sign the contract. no one. they simply dont care. you have to go thru chain of command and that is not exactly easy when the people above you dont care to listen either. im glad this person went awol. good for him. i hope he never gets found. maybe then he will be happy.
as for the person who responded with comment saying iraq or war is why he went awol. i highly doubt it. at least 6-7 men in my husbands unit think of it everyday. its not the war. its the stupid crap they deal with, the unfairness that goes on, the *** kissers get away with murder, but if you stand your ground and dont let idiots who think just cause they have higher rank get to you then your not a good soldier. bull****. my husband is a great soldier and the unit he is in is an absolute joke. if the military would do more for the ones who actually do a good job instead of knocking them down, our military would be alot better and moral would be alot higher. my husband went to iraq already and its not the war. that was a piece of cake, its the stupid people that make people hate their jobs and want out.
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Old 02-25-2009, 01:08 PM
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I don't know. The military treated me fine for 27 years. The contracts that I got were clear & concise & when I had a question it was answered clearly & honestly.

I'm sorry your husband had such a bad experience.
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