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An Air Force airman based at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, pleaded guilty Wednesday at a summary court-martial to drunken driving, failing to report to duty on time and driving without a U.S. Army Europe license.

Airman Andre Jackson, of the 86th Maintenance Squadron, was sentenced to 30 days in jail and reduced to the lowest pay grade, Air Force spokeswoman Erin Zagursky said.

Jackson admitted to driving the vehicle while intoxicated on Dec. 19 in Güdingen.


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