Thank you for your question today, I look forward to assisting you. I have nearly 20 years of legal experience in various disciplines, including JAG.
There is a common myth that occurs in the barracks, that there are 'loopholes' or ways to get out. I know because I'm former Army
enlisted and heard it plenty.
That's actually false, now more so than before.
You can claim to be a conscientious objector. It takes counseling and up to a year and they don't have to let you out. They can just put you in a non-combat job.
Claiming homosexuality doesn't work anymore.
You can gain weight or fail PT tests, but an honorable discharge is not guaranteed.
In fact, there is simply no way to compel command to separate you. You can ask. You can tell them you aren't happy, and given the current draw down, they'll likely being willing to separate you but if you've been in less than 6 months, they'll try an Entry Level status separation
or a General Discharge
because they don't want you to have the GI Bill
without actually serving in the military.