US Military Religious Objections to EUA Vaccination Jabs


As we previously reported [1] the US Military is “mandating” the COVID Jab for all US service personnel and many civilian employees of the military.  However, at least during the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) period the military now admits that the jabs are “optional” and the existing Military Code religious exemption remains valid.

Having your sincere religious conscientious objection to vaccination honored is a four step process.

“In accordance with Section 533(a)(1) of Public Law 112-239, as amended, the DOD components will accommodate individual expressions of sincerely held beliefs (conscience, moral principles or religious beliefs) which do not have an adverse impact on military readiness, unit cohesion, good order and discipline, or health and safety. A service member’s expression of such beliefs may not, in so far as practicable, be used as the basis of any adverse personnel action, discrimination, or denial of promotion, schooling, training, or assignment.”

For example, the US Army states:

“Immunizations. Immunization requirements for Soldiers are described in AR 40–562. Soldiers whose religious practices conflict with immunization requirements may request an exemption through command channels, from company or immediate commander through battalion, brigade, division and General Court-Martial Convening Authority (GCMCA) commanders to the surgeon general (TSG). TSG is the only approval or disapproval authority for immunization accommodation requests.” [2]

Children’s Health Defense has posted a careful analysis of the requirements [3] concluding:

“If the process results in a denial of request, the service member has right to appeal, right to legal counsel, options to file a complaint with Equal Opportunity or Inspector General for discrimination based on religious beliefs and freedom to contact their elected representatives or senators for an inquiry. If the request for exemption is ultimately denied, and the service member refuses vaccination, the soldier may face Uniform Code of Military Justice disciplinary action or request separation from the military.”



[2] ARN30132-AR_600-20-001-WEB-2.pdf (

[3]  Service Members Can Request Religious Exemptions for Mandated Vaccines. Here’s How. • Children’s Health Defense (

One thought on “US Military Religious Objections to EUA Vaccination Jabs

  1. I refuse to become an unwilling test subject as a free United States citizen. I will continue to refuse to take the JAB for Covid. This is my personal decision. Chemicals in the JAB or Vaccine long terms are unknown.

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