If caught, one defense he has is impossibility. He will have to prove it was impossible to comply with the order (and that he took all reasonable steps to do so). That is a damn hard standard to meet. His best bet, if he is serious about complying with the order, is to inform his chain that she is trying to pursue him, and that he is trying to comply with the order. And I would do it in writing, in MFR format, so that when they court martial him for this, his defense attorney can hold it up as Defense Exhibit A.
That is my suggestion.
-badapple, COL, JA, USAFR
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