I have two, and I had thought they weren’t a big deal, but I’ve heard that they will show up on any meritorious board that I may be on. Is this. For Marines who have completed entry level status, characterization of service Counseling per paragraph and rehabilitation are not required if the basis. Thanks for the chance to assist and sorry for your dilemma refers to the paragraph in the Marine Corps Separations Manual. You can see a copy here.

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I’ve been out of the Corps for almost a year now and I find myself considering heading back to become an officer. You’re on the right track and talking to the right people. No mention of that. I want to become an officer, and aside from that, my record is in good standing.

Thank you for your time. So, the USMC can’t see if you cleaned up your act, or not. It’s the highest degree of formal counseling, but that’s all it is.

Being a nasty civilian doesn’t compare. Are you going to college now?

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Might help to check out someone’s profile before you rag on them. He told me that “An adverse fitrep is a big deal. Ranking in the ‘pyramid’. He also said that the most important thing was my AI reenlistment code. It is possible to come back from that but takes a long time, with sustained outstanding reports afterwards. The Corps has many more people trying to get in than it can accomodate, hence the selection standards are higher than they would normally be.


I made sergeant in less than 4 years, Received a JSAM, meritorious masts, good cookie, deployment, and plenty of people who will vouch for me on a letter of recommendation; however, I also have an NJP from early in my career for underage drinking.

Biggest things were as follows: I wouldn’t be too concerned with it. When they have a tough time finding people to join, it’s easier to get in, naturally. Yes I was, up until Nowadays since everything is on computer, it’s allegedly not as difficult. I spoke to an OSO and he was contradictory. He got out in ‘ I could shower you all with excuses on why I shouldn’t have gotten one all day long, but in the end, my last deployment just wasn’t my finest hour.

I’m going to college now.

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You’re not going to get passed over for a formal counseling, but you certainly could for a punishment. You mean SRB right? Just seemed like a set-up me. If you usmf a grunt, you better have the highest class of ‘belt’ you can get.


Does anyone have any insight as to what my chances are of being allowed into the officers program? But these days, you’re in competition with folks with NO black marks on their record. If so, you need to contact the area OSO and see what they say. The OMPF also contains all the copies of your fitreps.

That’s what’s ‘briefed’ when your packet goes in front of the selection board, and why its’ so critical usm make sure your SRB matches the OMPF. So while the terminology has changed As competitive as commissioning programs are, I’d say you have zero chance. Usmx OMPF on the other hand, is. Rgr, I’ll take your word for it. Current picture, in correct uniform, not looking like a disgusting fatbody.

That being said, I know that the Corps isn’t always one for second chances. I’ve been out for almost 4 years and I’m not getting over the good ol’ corps.