What Is a Dishonorable Discharge?

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Dishonourable discharge is a term used in military to describe a punitive expulsion from the military rather than an administrative discharge. They are handed down due to reprehensible conduct and it may be rendered by conviction at a general court-martial only for serious offences such as cowardice, murder, sexual assault and desertion.
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What Is a Dishonorable Discharge?
A discharge from the military is the act by which a servicemember is alleviated from all unfulfilled military duties. There are many types of discharges, including general and honorable, but the worst kind is a dishonorable discharge, which is given for... More »
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