A U.S. Army soldier holds an honorable discharge certificate in 2014. A military
discharge is given when a member of the armed forces is released from his or
her .... Entry level separations, or unc...
In many cases this can happen, since the uncharacterized discharge does not
bar you from federal service. Having an uncharacterized discharge from the Army
A: An uncharacterized discharge, also called an entry-level discharge, usually
means you served less than 180 days before you were discharged. It neither ...
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femoral pain syndrome and it is an uncharacterized discharge.
Hello everyone I received a Discharge 15 yrs ago from the Service and it was an
Uncharacterized /failure to meet fitness standards. Dallas PD ...
It's not a separate discharge program. It's simply one of the available service
characterizations that a commander can designate when one is discharged.
Jan 19, 2011 ... Types of military discharges: Honorable, General, Under Less than ... However I
was wondering if I could reenlist in the Army? .... I recently received info from the
VA saying my discharge is considered to be a Uncharacterized.
Apr 18, 2014 ... Section 12685(1) precludes the discharge of Reserves of the Army ..... or
uncharacterized, the Soldier must perform a period of service that is ...
Sep 12, 2009 ... A soldier convicted of a courts-martial not given a punitive discharge. ...
separated under this chapter will be given an uncharacterized discharge. ...
representing members of the United States Army facing criminal and adverse ...
Mar 16, 2013 ... Certain veterans of the Philippine Commonwealth Army identified as ... An
uncharacterized discharge may also qualify the veteran, but it is up ...