Dishonorableedit]. A dishonorable discharge (DD) can only be handed down to
an enlisted member by a general court-martial.
Entry Level Performance and Conduct Discharge (Entry Level Separation) ... The
military grants the greatest number of ELS discharges during basic and ...
Military Discharges and Military Counseling ... An uncharacterized discharge by
its own connotation is separation without characterization of service.
Jul 19, 2013 ... What is an uncharacterized military discharge? How can an uncharacterized
discharge be changed in classification? These and many more ...
Jan 19, 2011 ... Types of military discharges: Honorable, General, Under Less than Honorable,
Bad Conduct, Dishonorable, Dismissal, & Entry Level ...
An uncharacterized discharge from the military is an entry level separation issued
when the enlisted person has fewer than 180 days of service. The discharge is ...
Sep 6, 2014 ... By this I mean there are: honorable discharge, dishonorable discharge, and
unclassified. I was given the uncharacterized discharge type.
A: An uncharacterized discharge, also called an entry-level discharge, usually ...
Guard, the United States Army or the military and/or government of any country.
(b) A discharge or release from service under one of the conditions specified in
this ... (1) As a conscientious objector who refused to perform military duty, wear
the ... than dishonorable, or an upgraded honorable or general discharge issued
(Note: There are two other possible service characterizations for enlisted: Bad
Conduct, and Dishonorable. Those two discharges are punitive, not