A dishonorable discharge (DD) is handed down for an offense the military
considers the ..... carrying the same consequences as does a dishonorable
The Consequences of a Dishonorable Discharge in the Military. The type of
military discharge you receive follows you into civilian life, potentially limiting your
There are various types of discharge, not all honorable or dishonorable, but ... for
the most heinous crimes and results in a slew of consequences for civilian life.
Jan 2, 2012 ... Many people leave the military and are gainfully employed, despite having bad
papers. Presumably you got a BCD as opposed to a DD.
There are two types of punitive discharges
: Dishonorable Discharge
(DD) -- which can only be adjudged by a general court-martial and is a separation under dishonorable
conditions; and Bad-Conduct Discharge
(BCD) -- which can be adjudged by eit... More »
This expulsion from military service can have serious and far-reaching
consequences. Possible Crimes that May Lead to Dishonorable Discharge.
Feb 16, 2012 ... The latter two may only be adjudged as a consequence of either a special or ...
Bad Conduct and Dishonorable Discharges deprive a Soldier of ...
... gone AWOL/UA have a wide variety of reactions to the consequences of their ...
include a sentence of dishonorable discharge (a felony level conviction) and ...
Sep 22, 2008 ... The third type of administrative discharge, other than honorable, is equivalent to
a bad-conduct discharge. It generally results in the loss of all ...
A punitive discharge typically occurs after a judicial conviction at a ... that can
have serious consequences for your ability to obtain veterans' benefits. ... (you
cannot receive a dishonorable discharge through an administrative separation):.