A military discharge is given when a member of the armed forces is released from
his or her .... A dishonorable discharge (DD) is handed down for an offense the
military .... carrying the same conse...
A person with a dishonourable discharge is ineligible to purchase, or possess,
firearms in the United States. Question 12G on the Form 4473.
The Consequences of a Dishonorable Discharge in the Military. The type of
military discharge you receive follows you into civilian life, potentially limiting your
Possible Crimes that May Lead to Dishonorable Discharge. Military personnel
who ... Consequences of a Dishonorable Discharge. When a major crime has ...
Aug 3, 2015 ... An honorable military discharge is a form of administrative discharge ... A "Bad
Conduct" discharge is given to enlisted military personnel only.
Feb 16, 2012 ... Leaving on good terms: Types of discharges, their consequences. Capt. ... A
Dishonorable Discharge, which may only be adjudged through ...
A dishonorable discharge is the punitive result of a court martial. While it ... In
addition to these consequences, being dishonorably discharged carries a stigma.
I know a bad conduct discharge (BCD) or (Bad Chicken Dinner) had
consequences as far as Federal jobs. Same for OTH but these weren't ...
Dec 8, 2013 ... The consequences of a bad discharge can last a lifetime, ... with a court martial -
a bad conduct discharge or even a dishonorable discharge, for ...
If you receive a bad conduct discharge from a special court-martial, the VA will
determine whether you're eligible for benefits. You're not entitled to any veteran ...