Conscientious Objector information There are two types of Conscientious Objectors in the United States military. They are all servicemembers who have religious, moral, or ethical grounds for not participating as a combatant in war. Some conscientious objectors have accepted non-combatant roles and remained in the military. Others find that their beliefs do not allow them to continue to be a member of a military which supports war-as even noncombatant roles are crucial to the military war effort. Great resources for those seeking more information about becoming and supporting Conscientious Objectors. Military Discharges, Military Counseling - GI Rights Hotline Center on Conscience & War
IVAW is open to Active Duty, National Guard and Reservists who have served since 09/11/2001. You are not alone.