Call JAG and ask.
Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq.
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Check with the authorities in Korea if not on the base, and with the military justice system if it was on the base.
Follow the advice of my colleagues. You should also get an Abstract of Driving Record from your local New York DMV. It will cost you $10 at most and will show you your driving record as New York is aware of it.
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Christopher I. Simser, Sr.
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Syracuse, NY 13202
Go to DMV and purchase an abstract of your driving record to see if it is listed. Your future employers will see the same thing. You can also buy an online search since the Albany computer may have it even if DMV does not.
By all means check, but my mind would be boggled if it were listed as a DMV related record. I would be more concerned that the Letter of Reprimand is reachable as part of your discharge record.
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