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If there is a God in this world you can bet General Patrick Quirk would've had your ass dishonorably discharged from the Skate Army a very long time ago.
That's why he got a certificate saying he was dishonorably discharged, but he did not get discharged for drug possession," Zahra told Daily News Egypt.
Permits should be denied if applicants are convicted felons, fugitives from justice, deemed mentally disabled or committed to a mental institution, were dishonorably discharged from the armed forces, illegal aliens, or are unlawful users or addicts of controlled substances, the NRA said.
Merida, 21, was sentenced in September to 25 years in prison, and he will be dishonorably discharged.
Prosecutors had demanded a one-year prison term for Hagisaki, 38, who was a lieutenant commander and researcher at the Defense Agency's National Institute for Defense Studies until being dishonorably discharged in October.
Developed by Rockstar Leeds in conjunction with series creator Rockstar North, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories for the PSP takes all the glitz, glamour and revolutionary gameplay that has become synonymous with Vice City and places it in the palm of your hand, As Vic Vance, a soldier dishonorably discharged from the military, the player is faced with a stark choice, build an empire or be crushed.
Once a lance corporal with secret security clearance, Lezo now faces a special court martial and could be jailed for six months, lose two-thirds of his pay and be dishonorably discharged with a felony on his record, base spokesman Maj.
Many military employees - in all branches and at various levels -- have been forced out and/or dishonorably discharged because of discriminatory policy that deemed some of our nation's best and brightest unfit for service.
Birdsong had been dishonorably discharged and served eight months in jail for possession of child pornography.
According to the report, submitted Tuesday to Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Minister Atsuko Toyama, teachers dishonorably discharged will be called on to give up their licenses, a rule that currently applies in serious cases.
The Defense Department is weighing whether to dishonorably discharge Stout, who has three more years left in the inactive ready reserves once he returns to the United States.
I acted dishonorably and now is the time to act honorably,'' he said.