that during the pendency of this action the Army stymied his career progress as punishment for his having instituted this and other challenges to the Army's behavior.
Once a statutory violation is found, the issuance of an injunction against future discriminatory actions is by no means mandatory under Title VII. See Johnson v. Brock, 258 U.S. App. D.C. 100, 810 F.2d 219, 225-26 (D.C. Cir. 1987). Nevertheless, the long history of Brown's struggle with the Army, and the Army's repeated unwillingness to accord Brown the equal treatment that is his due, convince the Court that an injunction against future reprisals is appropriate in this case. See Johnson, 810 F.2d at 225 (injunction "typical" remedy under Title VII). The Court is concerned that, absent such an injunction, the Army's mistreatment of Brown will continue, albeit in subtle ways that may beyond immediate judicial supervision. The Court thus exercises its discretion in favor of Brown's requested injunction.
The Court shall issue an Order consistent with the foregoing.
ORDER - May 11, 1989, Filed
In accordance with the Opinion of the Court issued on this date, it is by the Court, this 11th day of May, 1989,
ORDERED, that the plaintiff shall have judgment against the defendant for back pay in an amount, to be computed by the defendant, which reflects a retroactive promotion to GS-9, effective August 21, 1975, a retroactive promotion to GS-11, effective October 1, 1978, a retroactive promotion to GS-12, effective June 7, 1981, a retroactive promotion to GM-13, effective May 23, 1982, and compensation at GM-13 from May 23, 1982, to the present, all less amounts actually earned during the above period; and it is further
ORDERED, that the plaintiff shall for all purposes be deemed to have been promoted to the above levels on the above dates, including the computation of any pertinent cost-of-living allowances; and it is further
ORDERED, that the defendant shall place the plaintiff in a GM-13 position in his area of expertise, with the compensation and benefits appropriate to such a position; and it is further
ORDERED, that plaintiff shall be deemed to have received a career appointment on April 14, 1976, and defendant shall make all reasonable efforts to shift all Social Security (FICA) contributions made on behalf of the plaintiff between April 14, 1976, and April 27, 1980, to the Civil Service Retirement Fund, with any additional payments that may be required from the employer to be made by the Army, and any additional payments that may be required from the employee to be withheld from the back pay award described above; and it is further
ORDERED, that defendant shall be permanently enjoined, from the date hereof, from engaging in any acts or omissions on account of the plaintiff's race, or in reprisal for the plaintiff's having instituted this or any other action.