honorable discharge


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honorable discharge

n.
Discharge from the armed forces with a commendable record.
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Noun1.honorable discharge - a discharge from the armed forces with a commendable record
dismission, sacking, liberation, firing, dismissal, release, discharge, sack - the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
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It is primarily those allegations that made an honorable discharge impossible,'' she said in a statement at the Pentagon.
Harold served in the armed forces from 1956 to 1959 receiving an honorable discharge.
Recent veterans who have received an honorable discharge can receive a half percent (50 basis points) discount off the approved finance rates from Mack Financial Services and obtained through a Mack dealer.
Not so long ago, photographs like these, evidence that military personnel had same-sex partners, could have been grounds for an honorable discharge.
Army to interview qualified PaYS participants for employment with the city for future job openings upon receiving an honorable discharge, completion of active duty training or receiving a bachelor's degree.
Washington, Apr 16 ( ANI ): A US Marine, who was accused of criticising President Barack Obama on Facebook, is facing an 'other than honorable discharge,' a move, which according to his lawyer is an infringement on his right to free speech.
He sheepishly told us that he got into a little trouble off base one night and received a general discharge rather than an honorable discharge.
US Navy Veteran - Second Class Petty Officer, Honorable Discharge, Good Conduct Award Bob Portz, CMEA, has been awarded the CMEA designation (Certified Machinery/ Equipment Appraiser) by the NEBB Institute.
While filming the documentary has helped Goldsmith recover, he still has some unfinished business with the US military: He has been denied an honorable discharge because of his suicide attempt.
Since receiving an honorable discharge from the Air Force in 1977, Dennis Wallis has spent most of his civilian career as an owner/operator of multiple convenience stores in the North Pacific region.
After his honorable discharge, Joe put his studies to good use and secured a Building Superintendent position in Brooklyn.