After signing up for the Army, Active duty in 2007 I began have extreme chest pain, and hallucinations. When I went to basic training in Ft. Benning, I had an EKG which read all sorts of oddities, but the doctor just smiled and crossed it out. My drill sergeant didn't believe me, so they sent me to Mental Health. I reported that another two soldiers were sexually harassing me and then my drill sergeant started coming on to me when I told him about it. I was feeling suicidal, and put on suicide watch, but was discharged other than honorably for "anxiety," with no benefits. My recruiter also lied about the jobs available to me.
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No disrespect intended but u have not asked a question so I am not sure how to respond.
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No question--no answers. Bits of your narrative don't make sense.
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