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Memorandum

Reinstate Driving Privileges









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1 Aug 02

MEMORANDUM FOR ### MXS/CC
                                        ### SFS/SFAR
                                        ### SPTG/CD
                                        IN TURN

FROM: ### MXS/LGMG (Amn Joe Jackson)

SUBJECT: Reinstatement of Base Driving Privileges

1. Request my driving privileges on <NAME> AFB be reinstated. They are currently suspended
until May 2003.

2. I believe this suspension is unwarranted. In May 2001, prior to deploying to Al Jaber AB, Kuwait, I was arrested by the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office for driving on a suspended license. At the time of arrest, I was unaware that my driver’s license was suspended. Years before, I received a speeding ticket in West Virginia, which I promptly paid. However, the Department of Motor Vehicles in West Virginia claimed they never received payment and sent me several notices warning me of the non-payment. Unfortunately, they sent these notices to a previous address that I no longer resided at; therefore I never received them and wrongfully assumed that the citation had been paid. Had I known there was a problem, I would have resolved it immediately. As it turns out, I sent another payment in May 2001, and now have a current driver’s license.

3. Please consider my situation and reinstate my driving privileges on <NAME> AFB. The suspension is a result of a misunderstanding that I have corrected. Please contact me at XXXX if you have any further questions or need additional clarification. Your consideration in this matter is greatly appreciated.


 

JOE JACKSON, Amn, USAF
FR000-00-0000





1st Ind, ### MXS/CC

TO: ### SFS/SFAR
       ### SPTG/CD

1. Recommend approval of Amn Jackson’s request. I am convinced he was unaware of his license suspension; there was no intentional misconduct on his part.

2. If you have additional questions, please call me at XXXX.

 

COMMANDER'S SIGNATURE BLOCK
Commander


2nd Ind, ### SPTG/CD

TO: ### MXS/CC

Request is approved/disapproved.
 


COMMANDER'S SIGNATURE BLOCK

Reminder, the closing line is 5 spaces below the last line of text.

Comment:

  I had a troop that ran into a similar issue.  After about 3 weeks his driving privileges were reinstated, but it is completely up to the "airman" to prove innocence.


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