Posted on Sep 3, 2020
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I have a Gomor and marginal 1059 from not completing ncoes back in 2015. I was dismissed from the course for DUI. Luckily the Army gave me a second chance.. Since then, I have learned from my mistake and continued my service and tried to do the best I could to show my command that the incident didn't define who I am. In the last 4 .5 years I've accomplished alot. I am now a SSG ( promoted through ncoes etp), on an indefinite enlistment, and im 3 weeks away from graduating the ncoes course I failed to complete before. Its been a long 4.5 years and the paperwork and incident has clealy set me behind and i believe it has served its purpose.

With all this said and done, the army has allowed me to continue my service, reup, and promote. my intent is now to appeal the DASEB once I have my new 1059 in hand.


Looking for any help or guidance in the process of DASEB and what I need to submit so that I can continue to progress.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.
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SFC Medical Ncoic
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Shoot me an email [login to see] . You meet the initial grounds to have it moved to your restricted file. Don't let anyone discourage you from appealing the DASEB because it's a process and it can be done with some help and guidance.
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Sent you an email. Thank you
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SFC Medical Ncoic
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I'm in the middle of a pcs and living in a hotel right now. I promise I will get to you as soon as I'm settled in hopefully by Monday. Keep your head up and keep grinding!!
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Shoot me an email [login to see]
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Thank you. Email sent
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Definitely possible considering the steps you have taken to justify your retention in the Army. Its going to be hard however because DUI's are the one thing the Army views as that could have been prevented, but you made the decision to drive impaired.
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