When I was a Trial Counsel with 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, I was able to pull a Soldier back onto active duty from a medical retirement based on fraudulent discharge. Seek a competent Military Law Attorney's advice.
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If the Order of Protection is due to expire, his ex-wife may try to have the Order extended. He needs to consult and attorney to see if there was ever a finding of fact on the underlying Order.
A congressional inquiry can be an effective way to draw attention to a legal issue. The military service is not supposed to receive any adverse action for using the inquiry system. Generally though, the congressional will result in some bad feelings from the Chain of Command. I generally direct my clients to file congressional inquiries as part of a coordinated plans. They do not seem to be effective as the only means of attack.
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Regardless of the reason for separation, the Soldier may apply to the Army Discharge Review Board to have his OTH upgraded. The application can be found online at their website.