I was discharged after two years of service in the army reserves for failing a drug test.
Every case is different. But absent you being able to prove that you did not use drugs, the odds are not in your favor.
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Military Law Attorney
In order to have your characterization of discharge corrected or upgraded the only option you have it to apply to the Army Discharge Review Board in Washington D.C. I currently have a case pending before the Board and am very familiar with the process. Feel free to give me a call to discuss further. The initial consultation is always free.
VERY unlikely in the facts you provided.
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