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Army won't discharge Green Beret who beat up accused child rapist | TheHill


Army won't discharge Green Beret who beat up accused child rapist | TheHill: Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland was facing discharge under a process known as the Qualitative Management Program (QMP), which involuntarily ejects soldiers with marks on their records from the service. Martland was given a mark for his role in beating up an Afghan police commander who was accused of kidnapping a young boy and raping him repeatedly.

Martland appealed the discharge. After reviewing the appeal, the Army Board for Correction of Military Records decided to remove Martland from the QMP list, said Lt. Col. Jerry Pionk, an Army spokesman.

“In SFC Martland's case, the Army Board for Correction of Military Records determination modified a portion of one of SFC Martland's evaluation reports and removed him from the QMP list, which will allow him to remain in the Army,” Pionk said in a written statement.

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