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    im not going to lie to you guys at all and I'm going to tell you the whole story and how i got screwed by the Marine Corps pretty much. i had like 2 weeks of boot camp left and we were on the rifle range doing are table two qualifying for are m16 and they guy right next to me shooting had shot a rifle before so he had gotten a round stuck in the barrel and not telling the drill instructor and he fired again and pretty much the gun blew up and i got hit in the face with sharp metal and it wasn't bad at all. i told my drill instructor i had a little headache and he freaked out thinking something else was wrong with me because of the gun accident and sent me to the doctor and said that i had Migraines which was kinda ******** I've never had migraines before and now with me being home i still haven't had any so i had gotten discharged for migraines which made me mad cause i was so close to graduating and then this happens. so on my dd214s it says Migraines and my reenlistment code is RE3P. i am going to the doctors to get a full physical exam and a written letter saying I'm fine and then I'm going to see a neurologist and do the same thing so if i can enlist they will have two doctors notes saying I'm good to go. i am fully motivated person i loved the whole military life and whole honor courage commitment i just hope i have a chance to get back in. i was told that i have to wait a mandatory six months before i can enlist so thats why i am trying to contact you know so i can see if i have a chance or not because i am serious about enlisting and doing what i got to do. so please give me some info

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    Your reasons are moot for what happened and not necessary to post. What the recruiter just wants to see is your DD214 with your characterization of service and RE-code. Again, prior service and ELS separations are presently difficult to come back in and I wish you the best of luck.

    Just go talk to a recruiter.