I was discharged for alcohol rehabilitation failure and was given an RE-4 with an honorable discharge. Is it possible to reenlist with this or get it changed so I can reenlist?
Most branches do not reenlist an re4. The chances for a waiver are about zero - especially in a drawdown like now.
You can petition the BCNR-BCMR to upgrade - but that's a tough one.See question
I need to speak with someone, an actual person, to explain my case (see other question if that's possible). I've spoken to JAG and they said I need someone in CA. I've emailed or phoned countless people I the Bay Area and nobody will even take th...
It's hard to give you any information about your issue – when you don't explain your issue in your posting. Referring back to something else posted on the site, doesn't helpSee question
My wife committed adultery. I have proof of her admitting it. she left the family home with my son without my consent a day or two after confronting her about the adultery. no violence or anything just calm conversations.
It can, but generally the court will look to what is in the best interest of the children. That is normally a re-occurring theme in family law matters.See question
My husband is an active duty Marine. I need the insurance and I am trying to keep it as long as possible so the year of separation is for my benefit.
This is really a family law question. I'm going to reassign it for that section, however the period of time – eight months – should not affect your separation timeSee question
I'm in the Navy. Another military member is claiming I sexually assault her. NCIS is investigating the matter..This is totally false she has given my chain of command one lie and then gave NCIS another lie. EVERY detail is a lie. I don't know if N...
Yes. Immediately. The navy may not detail one to you yet (they may give you 31b advice, ie keep your mouth shut and request to speak to an attorney if interrogated - but call a civilian defense attorney ASAP for advice as the investigation moves forward. It's imperative to protect yourself and your rights.See question
My husband is in the military. He was left with the children for 3 days and I came back to my 9 month daughter having two black eyes and broken blood vessels in both eyes. I took her to the doctor where we were sent to the hospital. She had severa...
You need to speak to a criminal defense attorney ASAP. CID will try to wrap you in to this (if they believe it's assault on the child - and they always do).See question
Sperm vial is from a donor who is no longer donating and now risk management is asking us to put a dollar amount on the vial that was destroyed. What is a proper dollar considering that they destroyed a vial.? We are currently expecting with the o...
There really isn't enough information in your post to know. You should contact a plaintiff's attorney/firm ASAP so you don't lose the opportunity to receive some part of Justice for your loss.See question
I am a disabled veteran with severe PTSD from an MST. I was just medically retired from service for this. I was in a very depressed state of mind and not in full control of my faculties when I purchased a home while transitioning from the military...
This is really a real estate question, every categorized. There's several different ways to Withdraw from the contract, but it will vary from state to stateSee question
My brother was a part of a "strawman" operation and was caught by FBI and ATF agents. He was however not arrested or charged with anything and released after he cooperated with the agents. He immediately started the process to join the Marines. No...
He can't go with a warrant for his arrest. Have him call his recruiter so his recruiter doesn't get screwed over.See question
my spouse is in US military. Im worried about them asking questions about my family and possibly getting them in trouble
This isnt a military law question, it's an immigration question. I will try to repost your question in the appropriate category.See question