Originally created 02/13/98

Says Army rule applies to president 021398 - The Augusta Chronicle



According to the U.S. Army regulation AR-380-5, all service personnel from the sitting president on down to the private are subject to strict personal investigation in order to determine the applicant's character and credibility to possess a "top secret," "secret," or "confidential" security clearance. ...

Violators of the spirit and intent of AR-380-5 are severely disciplined, or swiftly drummed out of the service. Some are even shot!

Pursuant to the guidelines of the regulation, clearance will be denied when:

An applicant is bent on total annihilation of the nation. ...

Applicants whose bane is to cause ... destruction of (the nation's) infrastructure ... and dealing in military and civil and industrial sabotage and espionage. ...

The applicant brings embarrassment upon the nation by cheating, lying, infidelity, and exhibits questionable character, actions and motives.

Applicants so inclined simply compromise their security clearance(s) and are, therefore, easily manipulated by agents from friendly and unfriendly countries, including our own! ...

John P. Reichel, Martinez



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