Currently in the air force. I was investigated by OSI, interrogated, fingerprinted and photographed on suspicions of larceny and conspiracy to comit larceny. After about 8 months at the end of the investigation, legal had left the decision to my commander as to whether or not I was guilty. At the end of it all, I had only received an article 15/NJP. While I am looking to continue my career in the civilian sector at the end of my enlistment, some employers (health care specifically) will do fbi background checks. As this is something I am really worried that might disqualify me from further programs or employment opportunities, Will this investigation show up on the check? If so, will it also state that I was never actually convicted?
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