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Let me see I can explain. When you joined the military, you signed a contract for a specific number of years of service, along with a specific MOS. If you are on active duty, and you are not able to fulfill the training requirements listed in the specific MOS you signed up for, they military branch has many options. They will chose which one they want to use. They can separate you and discharge you. They can recycle you through the same class at a later date. They can reclassify you and send you to a different MOS. Normally you don't get to choose the new MOS, or if you are to be released. This is a discussion that will have to be done. You belong to them.
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Normally this type of recommendation is done by your superiors. When this happens, it is a discharge under "Other than Honorable Conditions." This can be for a failure to adapt, or the inability of an individual to be trained in a specific area. If you specifically feel like you are unable to adapt to the new environment, speak to one of the chaplains on the base where you are at. This can be done in confidence, and at times they will be willing to act as a go-between for you. Good Luck.
Procede with that advise first. Then keep the chaplin in mind. Work through the system.