Go tell it to Little Sisters of the Poor. And no, the general article isn't real specific, that's what makes it the general article. All they have to show is "prejudice of good order and discipline". Having double the pregnancy rate is a good argument for that. Not being able to deploy is a good argument for that. Sure. https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=121798362 http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/12/21/iraq.us.soldiers.pregnancy/index.html I've known people who got NJP for sunburns. Surely they can give you one for getting pregnant/making someone pregnant. And, of course, if you're single and can't care for the child and perform your military duties under a family care plan, you're discharged. https://www.thebalancecareers.com/military-pregnancy-discharge-3356965 Single parents and military spouses with children can be discharged if they fail to implement and maintain a family care plan, which is one of the terms of remaining in the military after having a baby. Basically, the pregnant servicewoman has to demonstrate that once she has the baby she will be able to fulfill her obligation to the military and provide care for her child.