Will a felony conviction keep you from enlisting in the military?
i have a younger brother that has jacked up his young life at a young age,... took a joint to school and got caught,.... long story short he now has a felony on his record and needs a fresh start in life away from the influences that helped him screw up to begin with....... can I get him in the marines? army? etc?
If you have a felony and want to join the military, you will have to disclose the felony to your recruiter so they can file for a waiver request. If the waiver is granted the felony is overlooked.
I think his record should not hinder him from changing and the discipline is excellent, in my opinion. I know someone who dropped out of school, was not working and was hanging around the streets. He joined the Marines, and did a 180 turnaround.
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Kudos, Manly! Was this your son?
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