KRAFT, District Judge.
Petitioner, an army reservist, seeks judicial review of military orders dated March 5, 1970, directing him to report for active duty in the United States Army at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Relief has been sought, without success, through the appropriate appeal channels provided for by the Army. The record shows that the military authorities followed the procedures established to place petitioner on active duty as set forth in Army Regulation 135-91.
In denying petitioner relief the Appeal Board found that petitioner failed to attend six reserve meetings
and that his allegation that he had been told not to attend was unsubstantiated.
Specifically, the Appeal Board found as follows:
"3. Recommended disapproval. Private O'Mara's assumption that efforts to evaluate his physical condition carried with them an excuse of several months duration from all training assemblies cannot legitimize his absences. He does not suggest that anyone misrepresented that he would, in fact, be excused. He refused to claim all official mail properly delivered to his home of address which would have relieved him of his misconception. His overall record of attendance as indicated by documents in the 201 file is very poor. It should be noted that if Private O'Mara reports for active duty as ordered on 10 June 1970 he will receive a complete medical examination and can be discharged from his first duty station if he is found unfit for retention."