Yes, I do. I currently trying to get out on a family care. My chapter paperwork was sent up to bde however, the csm saids that i a married. i am seperated i understand the the army does not recognize anything but a legal divorce. My child's farther is in the military and is on child support. Does that make us dual military according to the parentage of the child.
can i get out on family care plan? both i and the farther is this child are in the army would that make me and him dual military when it comes to taking care of this child. because i am seperated they saying i dont need a family care plan however it is just me and my child. my child is an exceptional family member as well.
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