Does a general under honorable discharge turn into a general after six months?
I've heard this several times. I also overheard an officer in s1 saying general under honorable still gets gi bill?
- Wendle LLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
the two have basically the same meaning and are used generally interchangeably
the difference is purely technical but one doesn't become the other without specific action
- Marine5Lv 78 years ago
It is a "General Discharge"
"Under Honorable Conditions"...
A "General Discharge" is lower than a "Honorable Discharge"...
As for the GI Bill you will have to check with the Dept of VA...
as they administer that program not the Military...Source(s): Retired Marine...VSO...
- Yak RiderLv 78 years ago
No. If you feel it's been awarded in error, or unfairly, you can appeal it but nothing "changes." That's an old urban legend.
- dan hLv 78 years ago
Nope...you heard wrong.