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Can I change a General Discharge with honors to Honorable Discharge?
I was told back then, that after a few years that I should try to get it reversed. That I made a mistake and other than that had a stellar career in the military. I served in the Air Force for 8 years and got out with an Honorable Discharge. Then later went back into the Navy and made an went a little crazy with writing checks and got booted out thats where my General Discharge with honorable condition came from. I now would like to see if I could get this reversed,also will this keep me from getting veterans services like loans and mortgages and health benefits and stuff? Can I fill out the form 293 myself or do i need someone like yourself? Thanks for helping
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