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    Does anyone know if the Texas national guard is taking re3 with jfx with honorable discharges. cause the recruiter here in fort hood doesnt want to try and help for some reason.

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    Originally posted by PFC Wagner
    Does anyone know if the Texas national guard is taking re3 with jfx with honorable discharges. cause the recruiter here in fort hood doesnt want to try and help for some reason.
    Sounds like you got your answer. But I would wait to see if anyone on here lives in Texas and has one completed.

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      It seems its getting harder and I didnt wait 2 years to be told off and put on the back burner.

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        Simple fact that has been repeated in a LOT of threads... the Guard is at/over strength with no shortage of good, easy to put in applicants. A JFX "personality disorder" is going to be a tough sell, no matter how hard the recruiter works for you.

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          Originally posted by jmclaughlin1701
          Simple fact that has been repeated in a LOT of threads... the Guard is at/over strength with no shortage of good, easy to put in applicants. A JFX "personality disorder" is going to be a tough sell, no matter how hard the recruiter works for you.

          The national guard is not accepting any waivers for personality disorders

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            thanks for letting me know that little bit of info guess I better try the navy

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              Originally posted by jmclaughlin1701
              Simple fact that has been repeated in a LOT of threads... the Guard is at/over strength with no shortage of good, easy to put in applicants. A JFX "personality disorder" is going to be a tough sell, no matter how hard the recruiter works for you.

              the national guard last time I heard (last week) is 13000 over strength again

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                Originally posted by andrew.tischner
                the national guard last time I heard (last week) is 13000 over strength again

                Wowza... wonder how hard it is to volunteer to deploy knowing that?

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                  I got in while they were taking waivers. Its one heck of a climb. I had to show a great deal of medical paperwork showing I was good to go.

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                  • #10
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                    Thanks I just hope after this fiscal year they start taking waivers cause I really want to serve again si im going to start school and just keep checking back in.

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