Topic: How to write a letter to our congressman
June 25, 2019 / By Daryl Question:
I am 26, I got discharged in 2003 after joining in 2000, I kind of got into some trouble and wanted to quit, I kind of went nuts and got my naval psychiatrist to write me a reccomendation, I gave it to my XO and they approved it, But I wish I would have stayed in, and I feel better now, and I want to try again and make things right. I had paid $1,200 to the GI bill, but it was lost cause I got a general discharge. I have been denied twice to get my discharge upgraded, once by USCG headquarters, and the other time by the national board for correction of mililtary records. I would like to re-enlist now, and get a fresh start. I wrote a letter to my congressman, Dr. Charles Boustany, jr, 7th district of Louisiana, asking him if there is anything he could help me with. I haven't heard back yet. Can you advise me what else I can do?
Baily | 4 days ago
the issue if mentally instabillity is not one to be overlooked... you might feel good right now but there had to be some reason for your demise of mental helath whilst in service.... what's to say it won't resurface... dude, you're wasting your time.
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you are not getting back in you were labeled insane so you will not pass go and collect $200 or get back in