My BF had been talking to a recruiter & getting info, etc. He was going to join, but he was told that he'd have to wait 6 months b/c of some charge...not sure it was a misdemeanor or felony. It involved vandalizing a vehicle several years ago. I'm not exactly what charge is holding him back. I know it's nothing major. Someone on CM told me that many charges can get pardoned, depending on what it is. My BF didn't fully explain why he has to wait 6 months & quite frankly, I think he is BSing me. Have you heard of this 6 month rule? And if it is true that he can get his charge pardoned, I am going to push him to start back talking to the recruiter & go to MEPS. He was really excited about it & now he's unemployed & not doing anything w/ his life. I work, but I want him to do something to get back on his feet & maybe support his son like he needs to. I think the Army (or other branch) will be really good for him!
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