November 03, 2021

Air Force has range of options to respond to Covid-19 vaccine refusals

By Katherine L. Kuzminski

Katherine Kuzminski, senior fellow and director of the Military, Veterans and Society Program at the Center for a New American Security, said the Air Force has a number of punitive actions available for service members’ refusal to follow the lawful order and discusses vaccines in the military.

Watch the full interview from Government Matters.

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