Posted on Apr 11, 2018
Ray Alvarez
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So basically I attended marine Corp boot camp and everything was fine for a good month a few days until I started feeling shots of pain on my right now. This happened right after one of the confidence courses in which I fell out of and Possibly did not land right from falling from one of the courses so I’m guessing that’s the cause of pain on my right knee. I went to the doctor and told him I did have a prior soccer injury on my right knee a year before enlisting but never required surgery because I have full range of motion and can still run and gun. When I got checked out I got discharged with a RE 3F fraudulent enlistment. Right now I really want to join the navy and have submitted x rays and medical forms stating I am good to go so what are the chances my medical waiver will get approved? If not do I take my chances with the army?
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COL Commander
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Well you screwed up by saying anything about soccer injury. They discharged you with fraudulent enlistment so that you wouldn’t get VA disability. It’s going to be a hard sell but doable.
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SFC Robert Walton
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Just to be honest I think they would say NO unless you have had the situation of a bad knee fixed, and you already were released for Fraudulent Enlistment, You yourself should want to be 100% in order to do all that is expected of you. Unless the Military has gotten soft and needs body not Soldiers I would think they would deny you based off of the past. But you can always try. JMO
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SGT Aircraft Mechanic
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If you wait until the last quarter of the FY (July-September) your chances are better because they'll be trying to make up for whatever numbers they've missed. That's my experience anyway.
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