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I just approve for a waiver and just took my oath of enlistment and just yesterday my recruiter told me not to get no more tickets but i got one 2 weeks before i took my oath. Before the waiver was approve i had 7 violations and i so worry that now i going to get kicked out the army and its something i always wanted to do for years and i am worry i just throw it all away. I am new to this and i'm scared if i don't tell my recruiter that i might be kicked out but if i do tell i still might get kicked out.....someone please help
 
Posts: 1 | Registered: 05 April 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Something to learn now, tell him now and deal with it. If you are still able to join the Army, you will find that holding stuff back often leads to bigger problems.
 
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Pay the fine and tell the recruiter today. It will only get worse if you don't. I would GUESS it won't mess anything up unless you have a court date after your ship date.


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That was rough to read. Does your job require a security clearance?
 
Posts: 33 | Registered: 01 February 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Tell your recruiter. The army is looking for reasons to kick people out of the army. And from what I hear everyone will need at least a secret security clearance before joining the army.
 
Posts: 72 | Location: Fort Kouch. | Registered: 31 March 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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You have to tell the recruiter so they can re-run your waiver...if not then you are screwing over your recruiter and putting him in a bad place if this charge is found later.

Ten Speed- if you require a waiver 9/10 times you are not qualified for a clearance.


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Posts: 85 | Location: Spokane Valley, WA | Registered: 31 January 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post

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Don't hide anything because it will come back to haunt you. Let it be known, deal with it, pay what needs to be paid, and drive on so that there are no warrants out for your arrest.


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Tell him NOW, if they find them later you could get kicked out of the DEP


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