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The only thing that can be done is to file a DD Form 149 with the military records corrections board. That board has the power to remove documents from your record, and only that board.
The problem here though is that you've mentioned no facts that would normally suggest an ability to have them removed. Article 15s, when placed in your record rather than locally, are intended to be permanent. The hardships that you are now facing, while truly unfortunate, are the entire intent behind filing them. They are to exact a toll on your record, because while it has been a long time, it did happen and when considering the highest levels of leadership for promotions the very smallest thing (even things from a decade ago) make the difference. That is why they are placed in the records.
The passage of time is not a factor that the board considers in removing them, because again, they are intended to be permanent fixtures. There is no "expungment" process.
The hardship that you are currently facing and are likely to face in the future, that is also not a legally relevant factor for the board.
They remove things from the record when they were placed there in error or when it was an injustice for them to be placed there. With 2 15's, it wasn't a legal error to place them in your record. You'll have to argue that it was an injustice, but that has to related to the circumstances surrounding the Article 15s, the fairness of the situation, whether or not evidence was ignored that should have been considered, etc. Simply put, it is rare to have them removed. I say this to discourage, but simply to give you the most accurate response that I can.
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