If you are referring to an Honorable Discharge from the military after having been convicted of reckless driving - I would say your chances are probably pretty good if the rest of your military service was exemplary. At the very least you might receive a General DIscharge Under Honorable Conditions.
Served in the military and received an honorable discharge.
I received a honorable discharge from the us air force before 180 days under article 396 medical conditions .
An honorable discharge can, on rare occasions, be granted to a former service member (whose service was characterized as less than honorable) as an act of clemency, should that person display exemplary post-service conduct and show evidence of outstanding post-service achievement in areas such as education and employment.
After being arrested and court-martialed during boot camp after he refused to move to the back of a segregated bus during training, Jackie Robinson was later acquitted of the charges and received an honorable discharge in 1944 from the United States Army.
No. Although he did go AWOL in 1968 (his fifth year in the Army), the discharge he received was classed as honorable.
Yes. Having an Other Than Honorable discharge does not bar you from getting a Federal Job. They may scrupulously ask you further questions but it does not disqualify you. I know this because I work for the Federal Government and received an OTH several years ago. And I specifically stated on my application the type of discharge.
honestly with a felony you cant do much these days. If you received an honorable discharge, then your good, but if not then you cannot receive veteran benefits with other than honorable.
First off, you either received a medical discharge or an honorable discharge. If the injury occured while in title 10 status then it should take a few months. If it was during a weekend drill, you will have to check with the local state employment office on injuries sustained while at work for their answer.
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 depends on what type of Governmental help you are referring to and whether the Marine has received an honorable discharge in the past, previous to his Dishonorable Discharge. If a Marine in his or her 1st enlistment receives a DD then the Marine will lose many benefits. If however the Marine served one enlistment and received an Honorable Discharge and then reenlists he will be entitled to all benefits from that first enlistment. But you still need to speak to a Veterans Affairs Representative for details.
Yes, Jimi Hendrix Enlisted Into The US Army As A Paratrooper. He Received An Honorable Discharge After Breaking His Ankle During A Parachute Jump.
The Honorable - 2002 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
You're entitled to VA benefits and service related disability benefits (if applicable), but you won't continue receiving the benefits you received while you were on active duty.
Conviction - 2004 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
Conviction - 2006 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
The Honorable is their title for a lifetime once received. Thus, Honorable (Last Name)
El honorable inquilino - 1951 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:Atp
The soldier received his discharge papers from the army. The discharge from the car's tailpipe contains pollution.
You must serve at least 180 of active service to receive any benefits.
In some cases, yes, in some, no. The Army tends to be a bit fickle about this (although I can't speak for other branches). The Army is less willing to reenlist a service member who received an OTH from the Army than they are to reenlist a service member who received an OTR from a different branch.
Slightly Honorable - 1939 is rated/received certificates of: Spain:13 Sweden:(Banned) USA:Approved (PCA #5827)
It is probably addressed in the discharge agreement...read it.
Murder Without Conviction - 2004 TV is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG
The Practice - 1997 Honorable Man 4-21 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:12
Only retired, reserve or national guard soldiers have ID cards.SSG C. HernandezUS ArmyIf you are not in the reserves, active, national guard or retired, you can not obtain an ID card.