I Was an active duty soldier in the Army where I was sincerely trying to make a great career. I loved the country and I loved the Army and that was my reason for joining the military instead of joining the college. I gave my future to the Army. Of course, I had a bright future waiting for me at that time.
Unfortunately I was discriminated against to the extreme. I received a General Under Honorable Conditions discharge. Served from July 2000 to Sept 2003. My last name was an obvious reason for that.
There are several attorneys on here that may be able to assist you in applying for a discharge upgrade. I would contact them to discuss your situation before applying by yourself.
You would have to tell more of your story for an attorney to make an informed decision about assisting you with an upgrade application.
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