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To: Sioux-san

I thought once pregnant they were honorably discharged.


28 posted on 05/30/2012 7:01:22 PM PDT by Secret Agent Man (I can neither confirm or deny that; even if I could, I couldn't - it's classified.)
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To: Secret Agent Man

My niece is in the Air Force and has had two children since she enlisted. My step sister served in the Navy 15 years, when she had her twins she asked for a discharge which was granted, she forty when they were born so I am sure that had something to do with it.


33 posted on 05/30/2012 7:26:16 PM PDT by svcw (If one living cell on another planet is life, why isn't it life in the womb?)
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To: Secret Agent Man

My niece is in the Air Force and has had two children since she enlisted. My step sister served in the Navy 15 years, when she had her twins she asked for a discharge which was granted, she forty when they were born so I am sure that had something to do with it.


34 posted on 05/30/2012 7:26:16 PM PDT by svcw (If one living cell on another planet is life, why isn't it life in the womb?)
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To: Secret Agent Man

I think you can get an honorable discharge if you want one, but have read about military women, married and single, with their newborns being cared for by Gram or a friend while they are deployed. So, from what I can tell, you don’t have to be discharged.


38 posted on 05/30/2012 7:59:39 PM PDT by Sioux-san
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