I have an RE-4 from the Army, I have read a lot that an Army RE-4 is definately a no-go. However I have to talked to a recruiter in the past and he said to get a bunch of letters of reference... I was discharged because 2 soldiers said i sold drugs to keep their other friend out of trouble. However, there was never ANY proof other than 2 soldiers giving a statement. The Army has a "your guilty until proven innocent" kinda law. So needless to say I'm out, can't work for the Gov't (my main reason for joining at the time), and don't even get my GI bill. My attorney at time of discharge pleaded that I was remorseful for my actions (told the board basically what they wanted to hear) which in turn upgraded my OTH to a General under Honorable conditions discharge. But that RE-4 still stuck with me. I know that in the civilian world that would've never had gotten this far. I want to know if anyone has had or heard of similar situations. Basically I want back in, I was given a bum rap and feel like I was mistreated. Is there anything I can do? Does anyone else think that its wrong?
Can anyone Help?