U probably can't. The Navy will look at whether u were given the correct code and u admit u were. While ur desire to serve again is noble the Navy is cutting its ranks and has more than enough people as it is.
Concur with Mr Cassara. Not gonna happen. RE-4 means ineligible to reenlist waivers not authorized and will not be considered. Sorry.
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I concur with my colleagues, Attorneys Cassara and Rafter. You can petition the Board for Correction for Naval Records; however, it will be a futile exercise, as it is highly unlikely you will get relief.
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