Air Force regulations governing administrative proceedings; dismissed for failure to state a claim). Appeal denied as frivolous.
11. Carter v. Reed, No. 76-1012 (D.D.C.1976) (action seeking damages against the Air Force under the Privacy Act; dismissed, aff'd, No. 77-1744 (D.C. Cir. Dec. 20, 1977), cert. denied, 439 U.S. 842 [99 S. Ct. 135, 58 L. Ed. 2d 142] (1978). In 1981, Carter moved pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 60(b) for reconsideration of the 1977 dismissal of his Privacy Act claim. The District Court denied the motion and plaintiff appealed. The Court of Appeals remanded for a statement of reasons. Carter v. Orr, No. 81-1608 (D.C. Cir. June 1, 1982). Carter then appealed from District Court's order clarifying its reasons and from its denial of a motion to file a supplemental complaint. The Court of Appeals affirmed. Carter v. Orr, No. 83-1696 [729 F.2d 863] (D.C. Cir. Feb. 1, 1984). Petitions for rehearing and for rehearing en banc were denied. Carter v. Orr, No. 83-1606 (D.C. Cir. Mar. 5, 1984).
12. Carter v. Reed, No. 76-H-1037 (S.D. Tex.1976) (action challenging validity of the general discharge ordered by the Court of Claims; dismissal affirmed by the Fifth Circuit in Carter v. Stetson, 601 F.2d 733 (5th Cir.1979).
13. Carter v. Reed, No. 76-1181 (D.D.C. filed June 25, 1976) (action seeking damages as a result of discharge; dismissed on grounds of res judicata).
14. Carter v. Barrett, et al, No. 78-839A (E.D. Va.1978) (Bivens suit against various Air Force officials relating to refusal to grant him all relief concerning his discharge, seeking over $5,000,000 in damages; transferred to United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas for failure to comply with Telectron order; dismissed).
15. Carter v. Theus, No. 79-K-630 (D.Colo.1979) (action seeking various back pay and allowances allegedly owed by the Air Force from 1953 to 1960; dismissed).
16. Carter v. United States, No. 79-440C(1) (action seeking de novo review of Carter v. Reed, supra, No. 76-1012 (D.D.C.1976) on theory that Privacy Act granted right to review of 1976 discharge; dismissed for failure to comply with Telectron). Case is reported at 83 F.R.D.  117 (D. Mo.1979), aff'd No. 79-1655 [624 F.2d 1109] (8th Cir.1980).
17. Carter v. Orr, et al., No. C-81-155-E (W.D. Okla.1981) (action challenging the 1976 discharge on the basis of the Privacy Act; dismissed for failure to comply with Telectron).
18. Carter v. Pafenberg, et al., No. 82-JM-1329 (D. Colo.1982) (Bivens suit against the members of the AFBCMR who issued the 1981 opinion denying him all relief; dismissed for failure to comply with Telectron. Appeal dismissed for want of prosecution.
19. Carter v. Department of the Air Force and the United States, No. 83-0985 (D.D.C. 1984) (Gesell, J.) (action seeking de novo review of the denial of his Privacy Act claim as well as the correction of his military records, back pay and allowances; dismissed with prejudice sua sponte on grounds of res judicata ; motion for reconsideration denied). Appeal dismissed sua sponte for failure to file timely notice of appeal. Carter v. Department of the Air Force and the United States, No. 84-5101 (D.C. Cir. Apr. 11, 1984).