Firstly, I want to take the time to take responsibility for my actions and no where in this post am I attempting to ween from this responsibility.
Secondly, I'm not sure if this is the right place to post so I do apologize.
Back in February of 2013 I was arrested coming on to post with a loaded weapon, specifically a Mosin; which if anyone has owned knows that it's much quicker to remove the bolt than to unload the built in magazine. Thew weapon was in plain sight and was registered on post; totally my fault, wasn't even thinking.
In April of 2013 I was arrested for a DUI coming in the gate. I was found not guilty of all charges and dully acquitted.
My COC counseled me in for the weapon, while admonishing me for my laziness and lack of discipline they also stated I obviously posed no threat to myself, or anyone. Also stating that that counseling was to the only disciplinary action taken.
In any case, before these incidents I was named the Post's Volunteer soldier of the year, earned my Associates Degree and was awarded my AGCM and to this day have not received a single negative counseling or administrative/punitive action (excluding the firearm counseling). I am leaving next month to re class to an MOS requiring a Secret clearance, as I was clearing post I had to stop in the S2 shop and the NCOIC informed me that 'a decision still had not been made' in regards to my Security Clearance, informing me that I may be in AIT and have it revoked, then have to re class needs of the Army.
I'm not butthurt about having to be needs of the Army, honestly if it's the price I have to pay, so be it. But my question is this: does anyone have any knowledge of losing a security clearance, if this warrants it and what the time frame would be.
Oh and I have stellar credit.
Thank you for reading thus far and any help offered.