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He just failed a briefing and it was his second failure, and in Sept of 2011 he got and article 15 for under age drinking. other then that he had no other misconduct. I also failed a briefing and was put to cross train, he was not given that option.
general, under honroable conditions
He talked to the army and they told him due to the JHJ, he has to wait 2 years to reenter. The 2B he only has to wait 92 days to reenter, the JHJ is the one giving him the problem.
No Sir, all he needs is a change in the separation code to join the army, they take 2B without waivers. And the reason for his separation should read JHF which is failure to meet course standards.
On the DD Form 293, you can request change narrative reason for separation, would that not fall under that request?
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