Army Chapter Discharges?

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There are five categories of discharges from a United States Army chapter. Every soldier will encounter one of them. The category of discharge they receive is determined based on the quality of their Army career. The five military discharges are general, honorable, other than honorable, bad conduct, and dishonorable. A general discharge from one's chapter is often believed to be equal to an honorable discharge. However, this discharge denotes that the soldier completed their service with less than honorable circumstances. Conditions such as an injury, illness, or drug abuse can lead to a general discharge.
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