I am a soldier in Europe. When I was a SPC at the age of 20, I made the stupid mistake of driving after drinking. I was pulled over by the polizei and asked if I was drinking. Yes...earlier but it was a few hours ago. I was taken to the station. Tested and turned over to the MPs. They tested me and I took a sobriety test. Dubbed me with a DWI. The chain was lenient enough not to slam me with an article 15. I did however receive a general letter of reprimand. I served my extra duty and the Chain informed me that they were not going to push for anything more than a suspended license and mopping an office. However, I don't ever remember receiving a copy of it. The incident changed my life and immaturity and I bounced back and got promoted. I want to keep doing the right thing and progress, but the thought of that incident still haunts me. I have a fear of what that letter might do because I have no clue what it entailed. I want to progress in my career with a clear conscience, but I know that mistake is going to bite me. PLEASE I NEED SOME KNOWLEDGE ON THIS! I tried reading UCMJ online but I can't really grasp the concept aside from it outlining what punishment was enstored. I really do want to put my childish past behind me and work hard to succeed.
What can happen in the long run, how can I obtain a copy, and can I apply for special schools (i.e. warrant, sf, etc.) if it was off post in Germany?