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I can't seem to find the SOP for UA for NJ NationalGuard. What, if there is a normally, does normally happen for a first time offense.I am also in the OCS program, so I am not a troublemaker and I am not lazy by any means, I have always been a model soldier. I hppe those things can weigh in my favor
I apologize to continue, but " take action". I know that means they have to start discharge papers but everything I have read says it up to the commader if they actually do discharge someone. Is the "normal " course of action a dischsrge?
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