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    I am prior service PA national guard. I was in a unit that was warned of cyber threats. Shortly after I was discharged honorably with NA as my re code and mbk as my seperation code. My platoon sergeant called me one afternoon and said come up to the armory and then I turned in all my uniforms. So I didn't think I had to come to drill anymore. The next month i came to drill and they made me take a urinalysis which i didn't pass obviously because i knew I was getting out and didn't expect to have to piss at my last drill without even being in uniform. So I talked to an active duty recruiter and he said FITG has a record of a dirty urinalysis. Second, I have 2 misdemeanors one for disorderly conduct for fighting which was when I was still at my unit it took forever for court to happen. The second for harassment. Also I'm on a psych med but a SFC showed me big bottles of psych medication that he was on during annual training and said that if you get it while your in it really doesn't mAtter. I'm physically fit enough and I was. PFC 2 months from making specialist when discharged. Oh yeah I'm on probation for that disorderly conduct charge until 2015 because I told the judge I was just diachArged from my unit so he really didn't see a reason to drop the charges. Is there a way a recruiter and get me waivers for my charges, my units low blow of a urinalysis, and take me to see a medical doctor for a psych evaluation for a second opinion. My DD 214 is clean but they said I failed urinalyis.

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    Also I am 22 years old and looking for a career in active duty army. I can't find any forum and I was in the guard so I figured I would be best to talk to the guard about my guard discharge

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    • #3
      If you have questions about eligibility for active duty Army service, then you need to contact an active duty Army recruiter.

      Good luck getting back in with a positive drug test (DAT).

      GO ARMY forums: https://forums.goarmy.com/index.jspa
      Last edited by SF Hunter; November 4th, 2013, 12:13 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Newbee123 View Post
        I am prior service PA national guard. I was in a unit that was warned of cyber threats. Shortly after I was discharged honorably with NA as my re code and mbk as my seperation code. My platoon sergeant called me one afternoon and said come up to the armory and then I turned in all my uniforms. So I didn't think I had to come to drill anymore. The next month i came to drill and they made me take a urinalysis which i didn't pass obviously because i knew I was getting out and didn't expect to have to piss at my last drill without even being in uniform. So I talked to an active duty recruiter and he said FITG has a record of a dirty urinalysis. Second, I have 2 misdemeanors one for disorderly conduct for fighting which was when I was still at my unit it took forever for court to happen. The second for harassment. Also I'm on a psych med but a SFC showed me big bottles of psych medication that he was on during annual training and said that if you get it while your in it really doesn't mAtter. I'm physically fit enough and I was. PFC 2 months from making specialist when discharged. Oh yeah I'm on probation for that disorderly conduct charge until 2015 because I told the judge I was just diachArged from my unit so he really didn't see a reason to drop the charges. Is there a way a recruiter and get me waivers for my charges, my units low blow of a urinalysis, and take me to see a medical doctor for a psych evaluation for a second opinion. My DD 214 is clean but they said I failed urinalyis.
        So are you saying you ETS'd and then went into the armory to turn equipment/clothing back in (past your ETS date)? I'm not a lawyer by any means, but I'm just trying to understand the situation.

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        • #5
          Sounds like you have multiple issues working against you. The failed drug test probably happened right before you were discharged and counted. Your NCO gave you bad advice about the medication. Just because it happened after you are in, doesn't mean you get to stay in. Add on top of your Court issues and you're on probation.

          I'd really doubt you're going to get a waiver in this environment.

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