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YOU INTEND TO TAKE TO CORRECT THE HARM AND HARDSHIP YOU HAVE CAUSED MY FAMILY BY YOUR PREMATURE DECISION AGAINST MY FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT.'. THIS OFFICE IS WITHOUT AUTHORITY TO TAKE ANY ACTION DIFFERENT FROM THAT HERETOFORE TAKEN IN THIS CASE AND NO FURTHER ACTION IS CONTEMPLATED.

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B-148353, AUG. 17, 1964

TO CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER HAROLD E. JOHNSON, AUS, RETIRED,

322 SOUTH FAIRFAX STREET

THERE HAS BEEN RECEIVED YOUR LETTER OF JULY 24, 1964, REFERRING TO OUR LETTER, B-148353, DATED JULY 10, 1964, AND OUR DECISION, B-148353, OF JUNE 6, 1962, CONCERNING THE APPLICATION OF THE DUAL OFFICE RESTRICTION IN SECTION 2 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1894, CH. 174, 28 STAT. 205, AS AMENDED, 5 U.S.C. 62, TO WARRANT OFFICERS WHO RETIRED IN THEIR ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES WARRANT OFFICER GRADES.

YOU STATE THAT:

"IN VIEW OF CONTEMPLATIVE FUTURE ACTIONS AGAINST YOUR DISCRIMINATORY RULING AGAINST ME I WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE YOUR VIEW ON WHAT ACTIONS, IF ANY, YOU INTEND TO TAKE TO CORRECT THE HARM AND HARDSHIP YOU HAVE CAUSED MY FAMILY BY YOUR PREMATURE DECISION AGAINST MY FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT.'

THIS OFFICE IS WITHOUT AUTHORITY TO TAKE ANY ACTION DIFFERENT FROM THAT HERETOFORE TAKEN IN THIS CASE AND NO FURTHER ACTION IS CONTEMPLATED.

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