Military Families for Justice or MFFJ, was founded to encourage the military system of justice to provide transparency to American Military Families dealing with a non-hostile death. A “non-hostile” death is a catch-all phrase used to describe any service member’s death that has not occurred in a battlefield. Although MFFJ’s purpose is not to make judgment calls on any particular case, we are striving to create change that will protect the civil, legal and human rights of military families. This will enable them to have a voice in the process and receive the highest quality of justice. To that end, we are petitioning the United States Congress to enact
The Bill of Rights for Bereaved Military Families and encourage everyone to lend their
support by signing the petition and sharing its message.