Master of Military Content Since 2013
The following situation are not necessarily permanently disqualifying but they should be mentioned to your recruiter to avoid repercussions if they are discovered at a later date. There is no harm in talking with your recruiter about all relevant issues as they will be able to offer advice and guidance in dealing with any problems.
If you were a prior Armed Forces member and are seeking to enlist again, be aware that some circumstances will require a waiver for reentry.
A waiver is required for any applicant or current member of a Reserve Component who had been discharged or separated from any component of the United States Armed Forces for any of the reasons that follow and must wait a period of 2 years following this discharge or separation to submit a waiver:
AWOL or Desertion
Court Martial conviction
Concealment of an arrest record
Discharge for the good of the Service
Entry level performance or conduct
Failure to meet weight standards
Trainee Discharge Program
Unfit for duty
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