Posted on Aug 25, 2019
Mallory Massey
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So he is about to do his waiver and everything with a code of 3. He was discharged for misconduct, nothing major. Just honestly being stupid and dishonest. I read over the papers the only major one was one dishonest statement which he was told to say to his sergeant, Then for being late. He was 18-19 you and dumb. Army his is life and we are writing a personal letter to the DOD to help his case. I just need help on what to help him write in the letter to build his case. From what him and his family says, he was in a very crappy troop. Other than what to say in his letter, what are his chances of even getting back in? He has done some major growing up and is a different person now. Will he get back in?
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AR 601-210 4-13 a. (Aug 2016) states waiver may not be submitted until 24 months after separation, and waiver authority is CG, USAREC.
If the letter is because he is working with a Recruiter to reenlist, the recruiter will explain what he needs to say, and what letters (affidavits) from family members and other members of the community should address. Essentially, his supporting documents will need to demonstrate how he is rehabilitated.
There are current and former recruiters on here who may chime in, but his recruiter is your best source.
Note: Being discharged for misconduct is major. It required a number of minor disciplinary infractions or pattern of misconduct sufficient enough for his unit to put the effort into separating him from service. It's a royal pain, takes time away from other duties and personnel, and their is likely more to the story. One lie and being late normally won't result in this chapter.
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Sgt Joy Bedford
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‘Nothing major - just stupid and dishonest’? Those are major red flags!
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CW4 Craig Urban
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I doubt it. One thing about lying and a NCOER that reflects that is career ending. I had a SFC lie to me and I fired him. Sent him to the SGM and told him to get out of my face.
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Mallory Massey
Mallory Massey
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It was like regarding his gear, he didn’t have time and someone told him go either say you lost it or something.
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SFC Ralph E Kelley
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Mallory Massey - Integrity issues are hard to overcome. The recruiting command will review all documentation regarding his discharge before making a decision.
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