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Most likely an OTH slight possibility of getting a general. How much has this type of discharge affected your civilian life. Try your elected officials, they all do favors for other gov't officials. There's a way around alot of the procedures, you just have to look.You don't even need to spend alot of money, either.
A tip for those who feel they achieved an other than honorable discharge in bad faith by their organization.I popped with 6 months left in my contract and the said thing was that I was drunk ans did some coke.I was a first timer that was the sad master at arms told me that if I did not admitt to it that I would get court martialed , so I did I wrote a statment.Damn that sucks, I recieved an oth last year from the USMC, I am in the beginning stages of filing an appeal. I was in the infantry for almost four years and graduated from multiple schools that required hundreds of hours of mental and phiscal strain. now I hear people are getting off on their first offence. I refused to give up fellow Marines names, and was harrassed for 6 months and sent home Other Than Honorably. If I could somehow re-enlist I would, But I don't know what to do. When you recieve an OTH discharge, it is NOT automatically upgraded after 6 months.
I have heard that an OTH changes to a regular General after 6 months. You have to spend lots of money and time to achieve the upgrade. You have 15 yrs to submit an form DD 293 to possibly get an upgrade and then after 15yrs you have to go before a military correction board, or something like that. I recieved an OTH after popping positive on a piss test.
I have been lying to my employer since 1995 and he has never bothered to check. So I agree why rat yourself out chances are they will never know. Well anyways i got kicked out for drinking underage. i recived a general under honorable cicumstances; i would like to know what i need to do to get it upgraded to an honorable because i was found a dependent alcohallic, medicly. so that would be a medical condition that i had prior to enlisting, whitch should mean that i should have gotten a honorable medical discharge.