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Army exit interview

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posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 10:21 AM
After going AWOL from Vietnam and receiving, in 1971, an undesirable discharge under less than honorable conditions (which was upgraded to honorable with full privileges during the amnesty period several years later), the Army requested that I speak with an industrial psychologist. I was discharged after 3 AWOLs and some civilian arrests.

I spent an entire day doing testing and talking (being interviewed) by the psychologist. He told me what my aptitude profile tended toward. I don't believe that there was any lost time (maybe that's why it's lost time), and I've never heard of anyone else going through this.

I have never been contacted again.

Any clues? Did anyone else ever have a similar experience?



posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 06:30 PM
Welcome to Above Top Secret, I hope it agrees with you

I don't see anything unusual here in your post, did you leave out some details?

..Why did you go AWOL?
..What were the circumstances?
..How could you go through civilian arrests before you were discharged from the Army?
..What do you mean "lost time"?
..A similar experience to what exactly?

and if you think of anything else that might help to complete the picture, please include it. Thanks

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