Marine reservists the latest left on the hook for 'erroneous payments'
from Stars and Stripes
For two years, Marine Corps Reservist Lt. Col. Rollin Jackson served on active duty in California, some 2,000 miles from his Missouri home. During that time, he was required to live in a hotel near his duty station in San Diego, where he worked as a mobilization officer. Then, without warning, the Marines told Jackson he had been overpaid. Based on a technicality the Marine Corps determined that Jackson owed $85,000 that he was paid for hotels and per diem during his tenure in California.
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