About Enlisting in the Army after a OTH discharge from USMC? (please help!)
|February 22nd, 2009||#1|
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Enlisting in the Army after a OTH discharge from USMC? (please help!) info
My partner is in the USMC, he got into trouble for making lots of stupid decisions and ended up in the brig. He has not been court martialed yet but I think we are looking at an Other Than Honorable discharge. He's been thinking about his mistakes, and says he would like to join the Army if they will take him. I heard from several people that the Army would take him, but when I googled OTH discharge it didn't seem very positive. I emailed an Army recruiter but haven't heard from them. I'm a Japanese civilian and know almost nothing about the military; my partner is in the brig and has limited resources so I was hoping someone here could give me correct information or point me in the right direction?
Thank you so much for any help!
|February 23rd, 2009||#3|
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Hi Team Infidel, thank you for your response. Could you please tell me where you get your information from? (I'm not doubting you, it's just that I keep hearing different answers from different people and I would like to have an official source if possible..) thanks again!
|March 19th, 2009||#8|
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I'm sorry these guys aren't helping you its pretty shameful. And I don't have the information either, but try and find a contact for your spouses career planner and see if you could talk to him on behalf of your husband, if you can't talk to him/her try and get your husband to talk to a local career planner. Another good thing to do is make sure he is talking with a chaplain, that way he will have the good word of the chaplain to back up an enlistment.
\"As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil, \'cause I am the meanest sunofa :censored: in the valley.\" USMC
|March 19th, 2009||#9|
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|March 20th, 2009||#10|
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2. He's renlistment ineligable. Career Planner ain't doin anything for him. He's being seperated he has no career.
Sgt. Rafael Peralta ,United States Marine Corps
Company A, 1st Bn, 3rd Marine Regt, 3rd Marine Divison
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Semper Fi !