Kicked out of boot camp for lying
Stolen Kisses, Secrets, and Lies by Todd StrasserIt aint easy being the boss....
Lifes been tough for Kate Blessing. Her parents are still on the outs, the familys about to hit the mattresses, and one of their own is threatening to pull rank. Kates also managing two guys: one whose parents dont approve of her, and one whos the son of her dads rival.
Kate may not know who to trust, but shes got to step up. If the family falls apart, it wont just be ugly... itll be deadly.
Why I got kicked out the military (NAVY)
Why would my son be kicked out of usmc boot camp after only a week?
Sometimes, the greatest source of frustration is your fellow recruits. Boot camp is absolute hell when you first arrive and, by the time you leave, you'll think the whole thing was a joke. When you get to boot camp and you finally meet your drill instructors, they make it abundantly clear who is in charge, what the rules are, and what happens when someone breaks those rules. Their favorite method of disciplining recruits is to take them to a sandpit and make them do push-ups, mountain climbers, crunches, etc. The fear of such retribution can turn even the most stalwart into a snitch.
View Full Version : Will my son be sent home? I am a nervous wreck. Four days after my son shipped to boot camp, I got a call from some sergeant saying he was being kicked out for lying. He disclosed prior pot use to his recruiter and got a waiver. The marine who called said he admited doing in 30 more times than he did before. I know he did not fail the drug test.
Chances are, if they found out about it in boot camp, they would NOT expell him, however. the pressure, and brought it up himself, to get kicked out on purpose. I highly doubt his recruiter told him to lie about past offences.
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Getting into the military can be difficult, especially when the needs of the military are low no war to fight or the economy is poor and more people stream into the recruiting station looking for work. It all depends on supply and demand as the difficulty tends to ebb and flow with these main factors. For the most part, recruiters are hardworking, honest professionals. They know the regulations and the enlistment requirements of their service, and they work hard to legally process recruits for enlistment. Recruiting is a difficult job, and recruiters who do their jobs well, and legally have my utmost respect. Unfortunately, there are some recruiters out there who are encouraging and, in some cases, downright instructing recruits to lie about their criminal or medical history. Here are four common examples of situations that occur:.