First Active-Duty Service Member Sentenced for Jan. 6 Hit with Lengthy Prison Time | Military.com

James Phillip Mault was in the National Guard when he assaulted police during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Four months after taking part in the riot to upend the 2020 presidential election, he reenlisted in the active-duty Army, according to service records.

Mault, 30, who is still serving as an Army specialist, became the only active-duty service member convicted and sentenced for the pro-Trump attack after being arrested at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He was sentenced July 15 to three and a half years in prison for felony assault on law enforcement – one of the longest sentences among those convicted so far for Jan. 6.

Source: First Active-Duty Service Member Sentenced for Jan. 6 Hit with Lengthy Prison Time | Military.com