Failure to Adapt Discharge?

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Failure to adapt, in military terms is them saying things will be better and possibly safer without said individual. If someone is not doing the job they are assigned, cannot respect authority, or cannot act in the line of duty, they will most likely receive a failure to adapt discharge.
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1. Assess the patient's learning abilities the moment you meet him. Pay attention to the way he describes his ailments and how clearly he can recall the events ...
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