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A military discharge cant be removed from your record
My father was released from duty in 1947. The reason was listed as AR-615. What it boiled down to was that he was not old enough when he enlisted and they found out so they sent him home after 4 months. It was only listed as AR-615, no other numbers, but it was an honorable discharge.
Choose not to re-enlist (honorable discharge), bad conduct discharge, hardship discharge, medical discharge, die.
No. If you commit a crime as a civilian after you've been separated from the military, it has no impact on your discharge. Not that it really matters - you get convicted for a capital crime, no discharge is going to better your life after prison, assuming you eventually get paroled.
The discharge is normal, and its a type of fertility monitor your body has. Depending on where you are in your cycle and your hormones the discharge will be lighter ar darker..ect.
No. They would receive whatever discharge papers the Australian military gave them upon their discharge from service.
Walt Disney did not receive a dishonorable discharge because he never served in the military.