Oklahoma National Guard’s Adjutant General Removes Vaccine Mandate for Force

Oklahoma National Guard’s Adjutant General Removes Vaccine Mandate for Force


The Adjutant General of the Oklahoma National Guard is repealing the Pentagon’s vaccine mandate as it pertains to the state force, becoming the first general officers in the military to remove a mandate that critics say has negatively impacted combat readiness of the Armed Forces.

General Thomas Mancino issued a memo on Thursday ordering that no service member receive negative legal or administrative action for declining the coronavirus vaccine. General Mancino had assumed the billet of adjutant general on Wednesday, a position equivalent to the commanding officer of a state National Guard.

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