Posted on May 30, 2018
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Was just informed that i am being discharged from the Air Force honorably. Not sure what the RE code is yet as nothing has been finalized yet. i previously had an article 15 and a UIF which expires soon as well. I am a E3

I am trying to see what options i would have to join the USMC or Army reserve as aircrew. I have an up to date flight physical as i was previously accepted into special missions aviation. I am told that just having a article 15 would mean i have no chance but i'm looking at my options.

Can anyone give me information on this?
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SGM Erik Marquez
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As already stated, no one can offer even a speculation as to your ability to rejoin any service until you have an RE code ...
So while you wait on that, perhaps a better question to ask your self is..."What has changed?" No need to post here the internal response, but from reading your posts so far, I don't see you being successful in any service branch unless and until you decide to understand, accept the changes YOU NEED to make.
Honestly it does not matter what you type in a response, it only matters if you can effect the change in real time, every day after you raise your right hand again. And only you know that...if your honest with your self after reflection and consideration you have a good chance..Be that a good chance doing something not in the military service, or in the service should that be an option open to you.
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SSG(P) Civil Affairs Specialist
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The Article 15 means nothing. It's the RE code that matters. Can't even speculate without it.
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LTC Army Aviation Support Facility (Aasf) Manager (Gs 14)
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Well, you don't want to join the USMC Reserves for sure. You would have to go to boot camp, MOS school, and probably lose rank. Air Guard is your best bet.
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