Well, she may have enough time to pull him out. Under the law, the Army
is required to have custodial parental consent
to enlist a minor. But really this will depend on the Army. If they want they can give him a uncharacterized discharge
which would allow him to re-enter at 18. Or they can wait and let mom file suit in federal court to try and void the contract. If she is the custodial parent, it is likely this would happen...but its not certain. And if the Army does not do this for her, it will force action (and expense) on her part.
When he turns 18 he can stay in without hitch.
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