My discharge was for missed appointments and disrespect to an officer
There is no such thing as dishonorable under honorable.. if you had a dishonorable, you were court martialed. Could be general under honorable.
Discharges can be upgraded by Discharge Review Board or Board or Record Correction depending how long it has been. Discharges are presumed correct and you have to just why it is now just to change it,,,I’d suggest you contact an attorney with all of your information
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There is no such thing as a "dishonorable under honorable conditions" discharge. If you have a dishonorable discharge, you were court-martialed at a general court-martial. If you have a general under honorable discharge, your chances of success for an upgrade to honorable are slim.
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