I am a army reservist 3 years into my training. I have had
HI I am a army reservist 3 years into my training. I have had several missed drills due to back pain, a divorce and financial hardship. I just found out i am being processed out for separation for received 9 U's in a three month period. I received my citizenship through the US army. I spoke to my chain of command excluding my commander. I also spoke to the retention councilor. I have been told that separation will probably leave to discharge.When I had back pain I would go to the doctor and get a medical certificate to be excused for my absences. I struggled to stay fit, was hit with a divorce last year and financially I have struggled for a while now with unemployment. During this period I was unable to afford my insurance co-pays and unable to complete RST forms.I have been asked to write a letter explaining why I was absent for the chain of command in my unit. I have also been told this letter and my commander's recommendation will determine if I am discharged, retained or placed in the IRR.I would like to stay in my unit or go to the IRR so I can sort my life out but I fear I will be discharged with a OTC. Unlike some of my battles I would like to stay in the army.Since I was naturalized through the army I am also afraid my citizenship will be revoked.I believe my family and health circumstances have put me in this spot. I do not have a history of any misconduct or serious issues while I have been serving and I have not been flagged for APFT failures.I would like to stay in the army, if possible in the IRR and not have my citizenship revoked.Can you please help me understand my options especially concerning my citizenship?
I retired 2.5 years ago from the Army after 20 years. 10
I retired 2.5 years ago from the Army after 20 years. 10 years ago I re-entered the service and didn't disclose a medical condition. I extended my enlistment 6.5 years ago and that extension brought me to my 20 years. To my knowledge the statute of limitations on Fraudulent Enlistment is 5 years which means even if they ran it from when I extended my enlistment I am past the statute of limitations. I have two questions about this situation.1. Article 43 of the UCMJ has some provisions for tolling the statute of limitations during wartime. Some apply to fraud but fraudulent enlistment doesn't seem to fall into any of those categories. Is the statute of limitations for fraudulent enlistment tolled for any reason at this time?2. If it is not are there any actions that could be taken against me administratively? Is my retirement/pension safe?
I have a quick question. We are hosting an event from
Hello I have a quick question. We are hosting an event from work at a military base however with the change of requirement to visit any military base everyone needs to go through background check. I made a mistake in my young days and I was arrested in2009 for shoplifting in Michigan and charges were brought down to disorderly conduct which is misdemeanor. Will this show up when they do my background check at the base and can this be the reason I can get potentially get denied access to visit military basewith my work event? Does this information show up in NCIC? Is there any way I am able to call the location and get their requirement to find out if I will be denied access? here are some of the guidelines they sent us. - from these can you tell me if whati have shoplifting/ disordely conduct would fall into any of these? I am mainly concern for number 1. which i did not quiet understood, If you can help me that would be great. Military Base Guidelines: Background Check 1. Potential threat to the good order,discipline, or health and safety of the installation 2. Unable to verify the individual's claimed identity 3. Current arrest warrant 4. Barred from entry or access to any Federal installation or facility 5. Convicted of crimes encompassing sexual assault,armed robbery, rape, child molestation, production or possession of child pornography, trafficking in human, drug possession with the intent to sell or distribute drugs 6. U.S. conviction of espionage, sabotage, treason, terrorism or murder 7. Registered sexoffender 8. Felony conviction within the past 10 years 9. Felony firearms or explosive violation 10. Engaged in acts or activities designed to overthrow the U.S. Government by force 11. Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB)
I have a quick question. We are hosting an event from work at a military base howeve
Hello I have a quick question. We are hosting an event from work at a military base however with the change of requirement to visit any military base everyone needs to go through background check. I made a mistake in my young days and I was arrested in 2009 for shoplifting in Michigan and charges were brought down to disorderly conduct which is misdemeanor. Will this show up when they do my background check at the base and can this be the reason I can get potentially get denied access to visit military base with my work event? Does this information show up in NCIC? Is there any way I am able to call the location and get their requirement to find out if I will be denied access?
Why did this marine get a Medical Discharge from the
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPVdVw5XaPw Why did this marine get a Medical Discharge from the Marine Corps while being COURT MARTIALED for failing to obey a lawful order and violating Article 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice???? A rank was taken away and he was Medically retired???? I serve Honorably and get hurt in the line of duty, with NO bad conduct my whole enlistment and don't get a medical discharge!!! Am I the only one that thinks this is wrong?? I fought for a year just to get my Honorable Discharge that I deserved because they gave me a General Under Honorable Discharge for getting hurt in the line of duty which caused me to be unable to perform my duties as an 0311!!! I am still waiting to hear back, what percentage they have evaluated me at for VA Disability, which will also be over a year of waiting. They separated me 2 days before I would of been promoted to E4, Corporal, and 4 days before my 3 year mark which would of given me 100% of the Post 9/11 Bill and my Good Conduct Award. I now know that it was all done on purpose after finding out that they found there was NO reason why they should of given me an Admin General Under Honorable Discharge due to medical reasons but medical reason are not service connected. Even though I was hurt while doing advanced training for my Unit. The injury I received has directly affected my everyday life since the day that I separated from the Corps in 2010!
I was convicted by GCM of vandalism about 9 years ago and removed
I was convicted by GCM of vandalism about 9 years ago and removed from the military with a BCD and 6 months incarceration, despite the fact that this all happened with 2 months left on my stop loss. This all happened while stationed in Europe. While waiting for the trial I applied for a passport and got one. There was a question listed at the time on there saying "Have you ever been convicted of...(I think it was a federal crime or felony, but I can't remember anymore)". Anyways I answered no to that, as I at the time had not ever been. I shortly after my incarceration came back to the country, met a girl, got a visa after working my way up from the bottom doing terrible jobs and changed my life around from the retarded decisions I was making previously. I have learned the language, and am almost through my bachelors degree here, however my passport has only about 1 more year left on it and I am scared about renewing it before my degree is finished. I am very successful now and am doing well in a company which I have found next to my degree, and I don't want to lose all of this. I have tried to research quite a bit if this could have an influence on getting my passport, renewed and most people on the internet are stating that it won't make any difference. However most people are idiots, and I want to be sure about this. The country of my residence where this all happened, and where I got the visa had no record of my criminal act in their country, despite it having happened off post, possibly due to the amount of time that had passed since then. Please let me know if this would prevent me from getting my passport renewed. This whole time I have been living here it hasn't been revoked, so I think that says something, but I want to be sure. Also please be specific on if this, as I am not aware of if my conviction serves as a felony. Therefore telling me that I should be ok if it wasn't a felony wouldn't really answer my question.
My wife of 23 years was caught having an affair with a retired
My wife of 23 years was caught having an affair with a retired Military GUY, I am very aware the way the Armed Forces view adultery and some of its repercussions. Is there any laws governing a retired member of the services caught in this type of act? Since our tax dollars are paying this moron. Believe me my wife is even more to blame but I am just inquiring.