Uncharacterized Discharge?

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An uncharacterized discharge is a discharge from the military during the first 180 days of service. It is not good or bad, since the military has not had a chance to judge whether the soldier was good or not. There are a lot of reasons why a person would separate from the military so soon which are neither good or bad.
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You have been in less than 180 days. It is an Entry Level Separation. You have not done anything to define the character of your service. It could be for "Failure to Adapt"
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An entry level performance and conduct discharge will result
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It is also known as an "Entry Level Discharge" and occurs no more than 180 days after beginning service. It means, simply, "you didn't work out as a soldier" There
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In a nutshell...that you were unfit for duty and was released...About the Gov Job..your'e not going to get any points and it may very well hamper you. Did you by any chance have a
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