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I can't imagine there would be. In fact if the soldier is unable to perform her duties she should be removed from the order early.

Soldiers leave active duty all the time with medical conditions. If there is an LOD (doubtful in this case) the service or VA continues to provide coverage, otherwise not.
Her Orders end in Sept. Her being pregnant right now does not hinder her mission (admin). I was asking on a legal stand point. I know if you get "fired" or even "laid off" a pregnant person can pursue legal action towards a company. Just need to know If I have to keep hre on orders or if she has a choice. Fact, a pregnant Soldier has the option to stay in or be release on an honorable discharge.

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