There are several different reasons for discharge from parenthood with a lack of a family plan to care for the child, physical injuries, mental instability, personality disorders or bad behavior. There are five types of discharges available including honorable discharge, general under honorable cond
"Chapters for discharges" refers to the legal reasons for administratively separating an enlisted soldier from the United States Army under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The type of discharge the soldier receives can range from honorable to dishonorable.
A medical discharge review, known in the military as a physical disability review, refers to the process of determining a discharged member's physical disability status, according to the Military Health System. The intention of such a review is to ensure the accuracy of a veteran's disability status
A Chapter 13 discharge from the Army indicates that the soldier has been released from service due to unsatisfactory performance. This may be due to a failed PT test, a failed weapons qualification or required training or simply if the commanding officer believes the soldier cannot perform required
A general discharge from the military means that a service member’s completion of military service was less than honorable. Illness, injury or unacceptable behavior, such as drug abuse, may lead to a general discharge.
Multiple methods exist for obtaining a Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or DD-214, for yourself or a deceased veteran. You can mail or electronically file a request for free, hire someone to file it for you, or hire a researcher to prepare the request and to take it in person to
Benefits for regular army retirees include Retiree Council programs, Retiree Appreciation Days, Army Echoes and Installation Retiree newsletters. Many of these benefits are also available to retired Army National Guard and retired Army reserve individuals. National Guard members also have several pr
According to WebMD, women immediately experience a bloody red discharge following pregnancy called lochia. Lochia usually lasts for two to four weeks and gradually changes color during this time.
A personal loan may be discharged by filing for bankruptcy or under special conditions defined by a lender, according to Bankrate. Personal loans are usually classified as unsecured debts and are usually discharged when the borrower files for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, the Houston Chr
The military may discharge a soldier who has a mental condition such as depression. Any physical or mental illness that can interfere with a soldier's duty and performance can be used as grounds for discharge.