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10-30-09, 12:04 PM #1
becoming a marine...
I have a misdemeanor charge for theft over $500 but under $1000. I really want to be a marine but cant seem to get a clear answer. My recruiter has been saying for months I will see what I can do. I made a mistake once I believe I should not be judged on the one bad thing I have done but judge me on all the good I have done!
10-30-09, 12:06 PM #2
10-30-09, 12:06 PM #3
Oops, another post I damm near answered. My bad.
10-30-09, 12:28 PM #4
Becoming a U.S Marine...
I have a misdemeanor charge for theft over $500 but under $1000. I really want to be a Marine but cant seem to get a clear answer. My recruiter has been saying for months I will see what I can do. I made a mistake once I believe I should not be judged on the one bad thing I have done but judge me on all the good I have done!
10-30-09, 12:54 PM #5
You should be fine on a misdemeanor charge. Are you on probation? That could be holding you up.
10-30-09, 01:11 PM #6
I am not on probation I was but have been done for some time now. I don't know if I am be held up because of spending 3 days in jail or that the amount the charge (obtaining money under false pretenses) was for.
10-30-09, 01:26 PM #7
Try another recruiting office. I hate to say it, but sometimes when you get into contact with a veteran recruiter he/she has so many contacts and applicants waiting to join that they blow you off. Its not personal, its just the way it is. Lets say you have 4-6 applicants that want to join and they only need a marijuana waiver for using 10 times. Those are the applicants he/she will concentrate on. You will need a little more work, like obtaining police records and getting three DD 370's filled out. 370's are personal references for you. They cannot be family members. I suggest you go to another office, but try and get your police records and probation records in hand so its less the recruiter has to do. Good luck.
10-30-09, 01:33 PM #8
Ok thank you! I am willing to do whatever it takes to prove I am willing to do the work to say someday I am a U.S Marine. My best friend is a Marine currently in Cuba and I would love to be joined in Marine brotherhood.
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