Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Vatoloco, Jul 8, 2005.
Is there any easy way out without getting a dishonorable?
What if you don't want to wait?
what she said.
Why do you want to get out?
I went through tech school with a guy that ended up being stationed at the same base as me right afterwards. He spent the next 3+ years at the laundry supply room for the BEQ because he said he "couldn't support a weapon of war".
easy way? no.
dishonorable discharge is the only thing thats keepin me from leaving.
if your AF you have until 15 sep to try to get out on this force shape thing
Oh and I thought it was me
You could always catch the gay and flaunt your boyfriend around your chain of command.
Of course, things will move much quicker if you have a homemade vid of you getting teh buttsechs.
especially if your boss understands the codes so you were kicked out because you were never bathed ?
I actually saw that happen once. The guy was teh
never bathed? I don't get it?
So basically if you become a complete slob they'll let you go on a medical?
They can kick you out for being a drain to the military. BUT it will be noted on your papers. Someone who can read the codes can figure out exactly why you got a general, dishonorable, or less then honorable.
I was medically discharged for having a fractured vertabrae in my back, it was unknown to me and wasnt caught in meps. only bothered me on a long road march with a full ruck?! sack on. woke up the next morning and couldnt fucking move outta bed. went on that morning medical call and was sent home like 30 days later for an injury prior to service. that shit seriously made me . I still long for being in the military. i joined as an 11b with garunteed airborne training immediately afterward in benning, my service was going to be with the 82nd airborne in bragg. this was in feb 03- may 03. i was a month away from graduating itb. the doctor that sent me home said i could rejoin with a waiver in a different mos, but i wanted infantry .
i felt ashamed and still do, i respect everyone in the military. this hasnt affected any current jobs since it wasnt fucking carpal tunnel and other shit fags were trying and did get out for .
oh and being in the RTU for those 30 days was such bullshit, you really feel like a letdown and it still haunts me. the drill sergeants were cool with me though and one talked to me for like 5 minutes (a lot more than usual) talking about how its not worth ruining your back and being a parapalegic and shit, but seeing what happened to some guys i was in training with in iraq i was nothing. it really has changed me. so mad and upset, even 2 years later...
aww damn man. dont sweat it bro at least you had the balls to sign up in the first place. sometimes life just takes weird turns and shit, you will be fine.
You signed a contract.
My recruiter told me about a guy in boot camp who wanted to get out and tried everything but they wouldn't let hi get out, so he finally claimed to be gay and he was sent for a psych evaluation and the doctor told him something along the lines of "if you go back to the barracks and suck the dicks of everyone in your platoon, i'll write you off" . I don't know if this is true or not, probably an urban legend that everyones heard .
A dishonorable discharge will forever haunt you. The civilian job sector is full of prior service, and they all take your 214 as a picture of the type of person you are. Companies hire prior military for management positions due to the experience military people have of being managers. You go in with a dishonorable and a bad RE code, and I know what I would immediately think.
I tried to join the Marines, but the last question the recuriter had was if I had any medical problems. I told him that I have sever muscle spams, which still frequent me today. He told me that he would call me if I would be able to get in with that. I'm still waiting on that call, 5 years later. I've even gone on meds to help with them. The only thing that helps are muscle relaxers, and they turn me into a vegtable.
But I try to support our soldiers when I can. I adopted a soldier and I sent money to a snipers fund. And I do my part in reaming people who bash the troops. to the troopers.