Our client was a 20-year officer in the U.S. Army Reserve. While working in his civilian capacity as a government contractor, he was charged with the possession of pornography on a government computer system. He was summarily fired from his contractor job and his Army Reserve command initiated administrative discharge proceedings against him. He hired JAG Defense to represent him at his Board of Inquiry. At his Board, we were able to demonstrate that the alleged misconduct occurred only in his civilian position, not when he was serving as a member of the Army Reserve. In addition, we showed that the “pornography” was really the sharing of Facebook “memes” with his wife, who was deployed at the time. While some of these “memes” were fairly explicit, we argued that they did not rise to the level of “pornography.” Result: The Board of Inquiry voted 3-0 that our client had NOT possessed pornography as a member of the Army Reserve and RETAINED him in the Army.