103 US Marines were discharged on Thursday for refusing to get the Covid vaccine.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin gave US Marines until the end of November to either get jabbed or get booted.
The Pentagon began booting US Marines on Thursday for refusing to comply with the vaccine mandate.
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ABC News reported:
One hundred three Marines have been discharged for refusing to take the COVID vaccine, the Marine Corps said Thursday, as the military services have begun to discharge a pool of possibly as many as 30,000 active duty service members who still refuse to be vaccinated — even after multiple opportunities to do so past vaccination deadlines.
The military services quickly set up their own deadline dates and warned service members that they could face being discharged unless they were vaccinated, which is in line with the Pentagon’s stance that choosing to remain unvaccinated is a violation of a lawful order from Austin.
While the percentage of vaccinated active duty personnel in each service is at 95% or higher, the number of unvaccinated personnel is close to 30,000.
The Air Force on Monday discharged 27 people for refusing the Covid vaccine.
A Navy Commander was also fired from his job as the executive officer of a warship for refusing the Covid vaccine.
Commander Lucian Kins was fired last Friday as second in command of the USS Winston Churchill, Navy officials said.
Meanwhile, the Pentagon is actively considering mandating a Covid booster shot for all active servicemembers.