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With an RE-4, not it wouldn't be practical that he'd be able to join any branch of service for any sort of service.
The only way this would be possible is if the specific basis for his separation from the Marines would not have been given an RE code 4 for the other branch. They can then apply their own code.
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Yes, that would be an RE 4 for any branch.