I was reading this link : http://www.military.com/daily-news/2013/04/03/woman-lied-to-enter-navy-get-va-loan.html?ESRC=navy.nl
I went to the military about a few years ago, but the thing is I think I should have never gone there, because I was confused about some of eligibility of being able to join. I was in special education, but I did not know what it was for, I thought I just had troubles with writing and English, but came to find out that it was called learning disability. I didn't know it at the time, also I may have had a heart murmur also, but I told the recruiter this, but at the time he said not to mention anything about, but I was so confused, I didn't really think about what he was telling me at the time, &I joined the military. I got military hononary dicharge and a veteran
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I'm not clear what your question is. If you served and were subsequently honorably discharged, I don't see what your concern is.
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1. This is not something you should be discussing on an open forum like this, where people can read this.
2. If you have since been discharged, then you should be OK. The situation you read about is certainly egregious, but your case doesn't seem like that. Also, there's nothing based on what you've said that clearly establishes you should have been DQ'd.
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You have asked this question a couple times, you have responses from nearly a dozen attorneys, stop looking for demons that aren't there. You served, you're discharged honorably--time to move on. Best of luck to you.
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