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17) For example, the Military Whistleblower Protection Act in the United States is designed to protect servicemembers from retaliation after reporting what the servicemember perceives to be wrongdoing.
[section]1587 (similar); Military Whistleblower Protection Act, 10 U.
The plight of SPC Darby following the abuse scandal at Abu Ghraib, highlights the need for commanders, supervisory officials, and Judge Advocates (JAs) to better understand the protections afforded servicemembers under the Military Whistleblower Protection Act (MWPA), (10) as well as the need for changes to the statute to further protect servicemembers from retaliatory personnel actions.