Discussion in 'On Topic' started by andres4514, Feb 4, 2010.
If I got my GF pregnant?
No. Why would they?
Im just curious, because everytime I go to DEP meetings I fill out a paper that asks me my weight, height, etc. It also asks me if I've gotten anyone pregnant or changed my marital status, so I thought those were reasons to get disqualified.
I guess it's possible. Depends on your job I suppose.
It could have an effect on your NAC or any required security clearance.
What is NAC?. My rating didn't require any top security clereance since it's just regular aircraft maintenance.
No why, the military pays for you and your dependents why would they kick you out
My recruiter warned me about getting married before boot camp, but I guess it's because of all the paper work he's going to have to do.
i wouldn't do it bro.
He told me to get married after boot camp. But wenever discussed anything about having a kid, that's why I ask.
National Agency Check. It's used to determine suitability for military service. A change in marital status would require additional paperwork, and possibly a check on your partner. If you were required to have a BI (background investigation) or higher, any questionable information about your SO could have a bearing on a clearance.
Dude, fuck....don't get married before boot camp. If you really want to marry this girl she can wait two fucking months, the odds are too much against you. And no, you can't get kicked out of DEP for getting her pregnant, and yes getting married means more paperwork for your recruiter but that's probably not why he doesn't want you to do it. It's just a stupid fucking idea.
Get married, or be single after boot camp. You'll know then where she stands.
Alright, thanks for the advice guys, I appreciate it.
They shouldnt kick you out they just want to make sure they have the most up to date info so there are no surprises when you start getting the paperwork done up when you are in boot camp
Only kick out OCS DEPs, you can not have children with out being married in commissioning program. This goes for ROTC, OCS, and service academies.
Lemme guess, you struck AM.
It appears that the Air force just makes you do a care plan, but the army is a no go for single parents.
just more paperwork
Tell them you gave her a pozz load.