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“She asked me several times for advice because I clearly had such a good and healthy marriage. “This behavior reflects poorly on you as a senior officer and commander,” the Army’s letter to Harrington said.
Friends of Harrington said he was kind, indifferent to status and full of good advice.
She says that her messages to him — complaining about her marriage, complimenting Harrington as “super cool” and “adorable,” or recommending masturbation as a remedy for gastroenteritis — were just friendly banter. I am flirtatious with everybody, with the general, with the butcher,” she said.
“It took him down in the end.” Another friend said that Harrington had not expected the Army to fire him and that he remained preoccupied with what had happened.
More details, including acceptable documentation available on the Veteran's page. Qualified active duty Armed Forces members may use their Gun Buck Deer harvest authorization and one Farmland (Zone 2) Antlerless Deer harvest authorization statewide, with some limitations (see below for specifics relating to use of buck and anterless harvest authorizations). Qualified active duty Armed Forces members may use their Gun Buck Deer harvest authorization during any firearm deer season to harvest a buck with any legal weapon for that firearm season, including antlerless-only deer seasons. Armed Forces stationed outside Wisconsin, and who presents their military I. and leave papers, may obtain a spring turkey harvest authorization for any zone and time period, without the need to go through the normal application and drawing process. Armed Forces stationed outside Wisconsin, who presents their military I. and leave papers, may purchase a sturgeon spearing license after the October 31 deadline, through the end of the open season for spearing sturgeon.
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Any resident in active service with the Armed Forces, who presents their military I. and leave papers is eligible for a free Small Game & Fishing License.
All other hunting, trapping or fishing licenses can be purchased at resident rates.