Angelina Bradley's answer Yes. if you remain on LIMDU for more than three periods, you will be referred to the Physical Evaluation Board. The board will determine if your ability to perform your duties has been significantly impacted by your depression. If so, you'll be rated by the VA. If your rating is 30% or above, you'll be medically retired from the Navy. If less than 30%, you'll be medically separated.
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Kathryn Hilbush's answer Generally speaking, none of the states consider cost of living or living standards when determining child support. Most states have rules for calculating support orders which involve consideration of income only, not living expenses. You may want to consult by telephone with an attorney in the county where your support order was entered to see if there are any options open for you.
Robert Donald Gifford II's answer Yes. Marijuana possession is still a violation of federal law (and the UCMJ). Marijuana use (as discovered by drug testing) is a crime in of itself under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Robert Donald Gifford II's answer You will be given notification of separation, and depending on how many years of service you have and the characterization of the discharge they are seeking (General, OTH...), you will have an opportunity to contest it at an Admin Board or waive the board and be processed out. With the Guard, I would guess anywhere from 60-120 days.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Your "vacation days" would be unpaid? The first sentence you quoted doesn't apply, because you normally are not in the reserves until you have undergone basic training. I don't believe the second sentence helps either, because as far as I know, there are no "requirements of law" providing that an employer must give you leave when you enlist.
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