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John Rembish, 3rd Infantry Division Veteran and the phrase “Rock of the Marne”

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Kenilworth NJ’s last WWII Veteran, John Rembish, passed away and the lawyers from CitizenSoldierLaw felt drawn to pay our respects to this 3rd Infantry Division Veteran.  It is unsettling to lose the great men and women of the WWII era. Below is a description of the phrase “Rock of the Marne” and the Third Infantry… Read More »

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Duberry and Dunsmuir

By Citizen Soldier Law |

The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act, known as LEOSA, is a federal law that gives law enforcement officers and retired law enforcement officers the right to carry a concealed firearm regardless of state or local legislation.  Specifically, LEOSA or HR 218 preempts any state and local laws to the contrary.  LEOSA does not govern… Read More »

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Separation Pay for Military Reserve Retirement

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Separation pay is used by all branches of the military and is used for several different purposes. It can be used to reduce the size of a force that has grown too large or to limit the number of people with a particular skill that has become obsolete or overly-popular. Separation pay is essentially… Read More »

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US Public Health Service Medical Review Board (MRB) and Medical Appeals Board (MAB)

By Citizen Soldier Law |

(The following is not legal advice and only an overview of the law. You must consult an attorney to obtain representation and form an attorney client relationship). You are a US Public Health Service (USPHS) officer, reserve or regular, serving on extended active duty and received an injury or physical/psychological illness connected during your… Read More »

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Arcane NJ law prevents retired cops from carrying concealed weapon

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Read the full article on foxnews.com.

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