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I am 17 years old and I've joined national guard for six months now. I have been attending RSP drills and I get paid for them. I went to my recruiter telling him I want to quit. He told me to write a letter requesting to quit and explaining my reasons. In my letter, I wrote that I joined for college tuition assistance, but no longer need it. I also wrote that my mother used to have depression and she is relapsing ever since I joined. She used to see a psychiatrist for depression. My parents didn't allow me to join but I convinced them. I also went to the master sergeant and told him about the situation. He and my recruiter said they'll forward the letter to the next chain in command. I want to know if my reason is a legitimate one to get me out of the national guard, mainly about my mom?