that depend on the felony...because you will have to have a waiver done..and it can take some time to get approved. call a recruiter.
It depends on what your felony is. Before I say anything else, if your felonies involve drug trafficking or domestic abuse that fell under the Launtenburg Amendment then you are permanently disqualified.
There is a list of charges that disqualify you from service but there are a lot that can get waived. The best thing you can do is call a recruiter and tell him what your charges are. More than likely you will need a waiver but because of the economy it will be harder. When you talk to him disclose ALL charges, not just the ones that you think count. A single charge by itself might not DQ you but a combination of different charges could.
Also, if you are considering joining you should hurry up because you cannot join after your 42nd birthday.
if the army dont accept you no other branch can
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And specific enlistment requirements...
Says if you have a criminal record you have to bring it to the recruiter and he'll tell you if you're disqualified. I bet a felony will mean no, but you never know until you ask.
Better get on it, 40 is the age cut off.
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