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The Military Entrance Processing (MEPS) will almost certainly disqualify you for service based on a Baker Act commitment. After that, you and your recruiter could submit a waiver request, but unfortunately, it is very unlikely you'll be granted a waiver.
Being "Baker Acted" is generally a permanent disqualification from military service.
I've seen one waiver granted, but the person was not an adult when it occurred.
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