Sussi *7.7.86 - 18.6.09*
but I told you already.... military does not abide by civilian laws. They are subjected to such cases like this especially during war time. it's pretty much a well-known fact. It does not matter if the lawyer was presented before you sign the contract. He will tell you that he can't help you if Stop Loss Policy is being issued. This Stop-Loss Policy will most likely ends by next year. Normally, this policy extends your service by about 6 months but they're being extended as far as 12 months... which is understandably disastrous.
Exactly, if the lawyer see "Stop-Loss" Policy then will say that he/she can´t do anything to against that "Stop-Loss" Policy and then explain what "Stop-Loss" Policy is about to help their clients´ decision. If they disagree then not sign...