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If we lost a family member in the war, what are our rights to seek closure by trying to find out?
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Dr. Leto Quarles
Family Medicine
In brief: Limited but not zero
When someone joins the military, they accept that they are giving up some rights in order to serve their country, and often that includes the right for the soldier & his/her family to know the whole truth about a situation if there are military secrets involved.
But you do still have some rights, so ask your questions. If not getting the answers you seek, ask to speak to commanding officer.

In brief: Limited but not zero
When someone joins the military, they accept that they are giving up some rights in order to serve their country, and often that includes the right for the soldier & his/her family to know the whole truth about a situation if there are military secrets involved.
But you do still have some rights, so ask your questions. If not getting the answers you seek, ask to speak to commanding officer.
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