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Thread: Chances of enlisting?
10-10-11, 02:59 AM #1
Chances of enlisting?
Hi let me start off saying that I am 20 years old and I am currently attending college (I have plenty of units completed). I am considering enlisting but I have a past misdemeanor (petty theft) that is on my records. Other than that everything else is clean. I was wondering what are my chances of being denied? Also I see that some people could be turned away but is that something that is set in stone? Or if I kept pushing I will be able to enlist?
Also with something like that on my record I heard my job choices are slim? How slim would they be?
Thank you so much for reading my post.
10-10-11, 07:00 AM #2
Units? You probably mean credits. Just finish college. I don't understand why people don't finish what they started.
10-10-11, 07:20 AM #3
And no, no one here knows how long a waiver can take. Some offenses can be waived, and others cannot. Different offenses require waiver approval at different levels in the recruiting chain-of-command.
Your best bet is to talk with a recruiter face-to-face and get the most up to date and accurate info from him/her.
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10-10-11, 11:16 PM #4
I'd say decent but not great. Go talk to a recruiter.
10-11-11, 03:33 AM #5
since I was a recruiter back when milk drinking was a no no. A man with a mark on his recorded got what we gave him, no promise of a job or duty station just the roll of the dice and you got what HQ marine corp gave ya.
10-11-11, 08:45 AM #6
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