dishonorable discharge

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dishonorable discharge

n.
Expulsion from the armed services and denial of veterans' benefits resulting from a court-martial conviction of a serious violation of the military code, such as failure to obey orders, desertion, rape, or murder.
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Noun1.dishonorable discharge - a discharge from the armed forces for a grave offense (as sabotage or espionage or cowardice or murder)
dismission, sacking, liberation, firing, dismissal, release, discharge, sack - the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
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It was the sixth time I've seen him in person: twice onstage for the Army musical; twice when he was on his way to the Busan Cultural Center where the musical was held, though he was wearing a face mask (these still count, right?); at his military discharge; and at the fan meet.
The Fairness for Veterans Act, which was signed into law by President Obama in 2016, directs military discharge review boards to grant larger consideration to the possibility that service-related PTSD contributed to a veterans less than honorable discharge.
The act forbids discrimination based on sex, age, race, color, religion, arrest record, marital status, sexual orientation, physical and mental disability, citizenship status -- with regard to employment, national origin, ancestry, unfavorable military discharge, familial status -- with respect to real estate transactions, military status, sexual harassment and orders of protection.
This is Lee Min Ho's first big project since finishing his military service last April and according to his agency, MYM Entertainment, "The reason Lee Min Ho has selected the first showing as with the foundation after his military discharge, is because of his special affection for his contribution to society."
Lightwies had a VA claim pending since his military discharge in 1968, so when his disability compensation was finally approved, the back pay made it possible for him to pick up keys to a new home.
A copy of the veteran's DD (Department of Defense) Form 214 (military discharge) will be required along with a copy of a college schedule and registration.
Questions concerning an applicant's credit or military discharge are also off limits absent direct relation to the job, and even then there are limitations.
But ten factors can disqualify gun purchasers: a felony conviction, an arrest warrant, a documented drug problem or mental illness, undocumented immigration status, a dishonorable military discharge, a renunciation of U.S.
[a]lthough a medical official at the [VA] contends the applicant's second military discharge was likely in part due to his PTSD related issues, no evidence shows the applicant was having mental problems in 1967 that interfered with his ability to perform his military duties or that were the underlying cause for the misconduct that led to his discharge.
Details of Ms Newton are known because the case contains her military discharge papers, issued at the end of World War II.
While there have been studies investigating military discharge as an outcome in servicemembers who experienced a TBI [23-24], this information has not been reported in servicemembers experiencing the wide spectrum of injuries from combat-related blasts.

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