Feres doctrine

Definition of "Feres doctrine"
  1. A rule disallowing military personnel from suing the federal government for injuries arising from their service
How to use "Feres doctrine" in a sentence
  1. Under the Feres doctrine, the soldier was unable to seek compensation for his injuries incurred during battle.
  2. The Feres doctrine prevents service members from filing lawsuits against the federal government for personal injuries.
  3. Though injured during training, the Feres doctrine barred her from filing a claim against the government.

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