Posted on Oct 23, 2018
Billy Connor
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I had a couple internal issues that were preventing me from going and now that I’ve cleared those issues my recruiter seems frustrated with me because of my history of appointments. Which is understandable. I’m not sure I want to switch recruiters but I feel it will be better if he doesn’t feel like I’m wasting his time. Opinions?
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SGM Bill Frazer
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So because you can't/want make the appointments, you want to change recruiters? Sorry kid, but missing appointments in the service gets you an ART 15- Non Judicial punishment!. Plus the fact that when you don't show- you have wasted his time, that he could spend with someone who is really interested in joining up. When you bolo'ed these appointments did , or just go on your merry way?you let him no as soon as possible
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CSM Darieus ZaGara
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You have one thing to do; prove and convince. Prove to your recruiter you Understand what you did was wrong and convince him or her to support your desire to enlist. It is verbclear that you do not get what you want to sign up for. Your actions in service would result in punishment that take your time and money. The military is built on standards and discipline. I recommend you take a deep look at yourself and determine whether or not this is the life for you. You and your recruiter need to discuss a day in the life.
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1LT Production Management Specialist
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I wouldn't think so as far as MEPS is concerned. However, it would make the recruiters less likely to want to work with you.
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