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Can you tell me what MCO P1001R.1J par 2303 refers to

hi, can you tell me what MCO P1001R.1J par 2303 refers to (particularly par 2303)JA: The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: the ref/authority was on an official order of inter unit transferJA: Is there anything else important you think the Military Lawyer should know?Customer: no. just can't find what 2303 specifies for that MCO authorityJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Military Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.Customer: the assumption is it is referring to a medical discharge

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I've been in the military years. Husband and I were

I've been in the military for 16 years. Husband and I were married from 2001 until 2008 (7 Years) when we got divorced. The same day of our divorce, we entered a common law marriage in South Carolina. After 8 years he left me for another woman. I have been approved for USMC TERA and will be retired after 16 years in July. I am also in the process of filing for divorce. Does he rate me Military Retirement?

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I am looking and state where Lt. Colonel

I am looking for city and state where Lt. Colonel (retired,USMC) Keith C. Christensen now lives,He may be the only person who can answer a question re. an incident in okinawa Camp Hansein the summer of 71'.

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I was charged with Article 112 Drunk on Duty. First Sergeant

I was charged with Article 112 Drunk on Duty. First Sergeant claimed to smell alcohol on me. I was read my rights and told them I wanted to see the Area Defense Counsel. She let me leaves, then as I drive to ADC she tells a coworker to call me back to my Unit. I arrive back, she states she feels its not safe for me to drive and orders me not to drive for the rest of the day. No Breathalyzer or Blood work completed. What kind of punishment could I be facing? or actions I could take to mitigate this. I have no record of discipline and an exemplary troop.

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I was recently thinking about my eligibility to own a

Hello I was recently thinking about my eligibility to own a firearm. I was discharged via ELS for adjustment disorder and depressive mood from the USMC a while ago. My 2 questions are will I be denied by the background check and if I am a exception to 11 f. on the ATF form 4437 and can answer no. Thank you for your time.

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My girlfriend is 3 months from being permanently discharged

My girlfriend is 3 months from being permanently discharged from the USMC and just found out she is being deployed to Syria. She is 39 years old for Christ's sake! Is there anyway she can get around this? I mean, doesn't the USMC need to honor when it has promised a marine to be released? Thanks for any advice.

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I joined the Usmc with a waiver knee surgery due to dislocation. This waiver was

I joined the Usmc with a waiver for left knee surgery due to dislocation. This waiver was signed by my knee surgeon stating I was fit for duty. I passed the medical evaluations at MEPS. I then dislocated my left knee in bootcamp while training . It is now 18 years later and I have had 5 knee surgeries due to the injury I sustained in bootcamp. Am I eligible for benefits? My knee was fully repaired before bootcamp. I was not given proper care in bootcamp. They just processed me out.

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USMC BCP Seperation. Iam currently in the process of being

USMC BCP Seperation.Iam currently in the process of being separated and I have 5 days for a rebuttal. I looked up the MCO and saw that there are numerous sections that were not done during my time on BCP. Also during my final weigh in they did not follow proper procedure in taking my measurements. As well in the MCO it states that the packet must be finalized than turned into CO. This was not done. The CO's signature was already there prior to the paperwork being filled out. Do I have a chance to fight this?

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I received an honorable discharge from the USMC in 1979 and

I received an honorable discharge from the USMC in 1979 and later in 1986 I received an OTH discharge from the USN. I thought I had understood that having left the service with an honorable discharge and returning precluded being separated with anything less then honorable. I am preparing to file dd-293

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