After Days of Pressure, Kathy Barnette Releases DD-214


Pennsylvania Senate candidate Kathy Barnette unveiled a DD-214 on Saturday showing the early months of active duty service while scrutinizing past statements of 10 years of military service.

Barnette posted DD-214 on Twitter after nearly a week of questions from reporters checking her records and asking for specific documents.

DD-214 shows the first few months of her military career in 1990. This will be basic and advanced personal training for her MOS (Military Vocational Specialization), which was then an administrative professional.

Kurt Schlicter, a retired Army colonel supporting Barnette’s opponent David McCormick in the race, told Breitbart News after seeing the DD-214 launched by Barnette.

Barnette only last week released the NGB-22 for the Army National Guard, which is equivalent to the DD-214.

NGB-22 showed that she enlisted in the Army in 1990 and joined the Alabama National Guard three years later, serving from 1993 to 1998. According to another document she released, she was honorably discharged from the Army Reserve in 2000 after a total discharge. 10 years of service.

The Army also first confirmed to Breitbart News that Barnette served in the Army National Guard from 1993 to 1998 and the Army Reserve from 1998 to 2000. It has been over 15 years since he left the military.

However, even after Barnette’s release of the NGB-22, more questions arose when some interviews confirmed that he had the DD-214 during his first three years of active military service, but didn’t say whether or not it would be released.

The Senate primary is statistically a three-way tie between Trump-backed candidates Mehmet Oz, McCormick and Barnette.

Default is on Tuesday.

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