Do all OTH discharges come with an ineligibility to obtain a waiver for re-enlistment?

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  • Mrsjvb
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    yes. all OTHs come with an Re4.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    when u get a oth discharge it also come with a re _4 code which will not let u re enlist any and branch of service. and to get a waiver to change the OTH will take about 6 months of longer dendpending on why you received the oth discharge. so as for re enlisting into the branch os any service you can not do.

    navy vet

    and also work in a local office

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes it has a reinlistment code of I think JKK which is barred from ever re-enlisting, this is why they rarely give OTH's except for seriouse crimes because it really messes you up.

    You can after a period of six months try to get an upgrade of your discharge, however with an OTH it is near impossible unles you can bring new evidence as to why you were given an OTH was not correct. The trial went wrong etc. It basicly will not happen because to get an OTH at any type of special courtmarshial is a very lengthy process which involves them looking at the situation very carefully so i is unlikely that they missed something.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes it does...

    Not sure why you would be asking

    such a question ?

    Why would you think that any other Service

    would want to let you enlist ?

    You have already proven that you can't

    be trusted or depended upon !

    That OTH Discharge will haunt you

    all of your adult life...it is like a police

    Felony Record...never goes away...

    Source(s): Have seen the results...many times.
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  • 1 decade ago

    They all come with a RE (Re enlistment code of 4) which means unsuitable for military service. There are no waivers for that !

    Source(s): USN Retired. Former Navy Recruiter.
  • 1 decade ago

    No, you can apply to have your reenlistment code changed after six months.

  • 1 decade ago

    no you do not

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