I believe a similar question was posted earlier. Google "benefits separation chart" and you will find a chart that lists all benefits for an honorable, general and OTH characterization of service. I can post it when I get to a computer if one of my colleagues does not do so first.
Given that you only have 1.3 years in, a general discharge will usually take away your GI bill and could affect your ability to get a VA loan.
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You need an attorney. Makes no sense to me that thus would be a general discharge... The Command makes the decision nit the doctor..
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You would only get a general discharge if there was some other reason for the separation, either along with or apart from the adjustment disorder. But I highly recommend you go to TDS and try to fight this. The notation "adjustment disorder" will appear on your DD 214 forever, so anytime you look for a job that requires a DD 214 you will have to answer questions. Military docs frequently use this as a "catch all" to expedite people out.
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Your discharge, general under honorable conditions, is for all practical purposes honorable. You don't get the honorable because you fail to complete your contract. You will be entitled to VA and should be entitled to VA. You, and your dependents, should be separated to your home of record. You should have been assigned an Army JAG - please follow up with your appointed counsel. Best wishes!