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Honorable is four syllables: hon-or-a-ble.
Arya means "honorable, noble" in Sanskrit.
no because honor is a word but able isn't
You cannot own a firearm with a dishonorable discharge, which is the most severe discharge there is. However, a "less than honorable" is not the same as a "dishonorable" discharge. If the discharge resulted from a court martial, and the service member was convicted of a crime that would be a felony (punishable by a year or more in prison) then you should consult an attorney for legal advice.
Military pay ends on the date of discharge, for honorable, general under honorable, general under less than honorable, and dishonoralbe discharges. There are no residual benefits for less than honorable or dishonorable discharges.
you lose access to any potential benefits with a dishonorable discharge, HOWEVER, you CAN apply to have your discharge upgraded to other than honorable, general, honorable etc.
The opposite of honorable is Dishonorable.
The antonym for honorable is dishonorable.
If you have an other-than-honorable discharge (general or dishonorable) from the military, you are generally ineligible for a law enforcement job.
usually you are entitled to benefits as long as you do not have a dishonorable discharge that voids your benefits
Yes, but not for members with Bad Conduct/Dishonorable. Members with and OTH (Other Than Honorable Discharges) are still eligible and can receive a burial flag. There are no laws that prevent someone from purchasing and draping a casket with a flag however one will not be provided military honors by the guard to fold and present it to the next of kin if you have a dishonorable discharge. You must have at least an Honorable or OTH discharge.
It is dishonorable discharge, and it means a soldier did something bad according to military law. They are released from the armed services with a lifelong blemish on their work record. an expulsion from the ranks of the military as the result of a general court-martial procedure See related links for information about the reasons for a dishonorable discharge.
A dishonorable discharge is when a person in the army is discharged (Fired, or removed) for reasons that are not honorable, such as breaking a rule. An honorable discharge is when a person in the army either resigns for good reasons or is told to leave the army for safety, age, or other reasons. If a person is dishonorably discharged, he/she will not get as many benefits.