Question by  ekitty13 (40)

What are the kinds of naval discharge, other than honorable?


Answer by  lorddryst (74)

General Discharge, Other Than Honorable Discharge, Bad Conduct Discharge,Dishonorable Discharge, Medical Under Honorable Discharge, Eronious Discharge. Most of this information can be located under many military links on the web but i do hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions I would recomend a good search engine.


Answer by  Brad (34)

The four additional types of naval discharge are: General, Other than Honorable, Bad Conduct, Dishonorable. General indicates an adequate, but not exemplary, service record. Other than Honorable is for misconduct or security reasons. Bad conduct is given by a special or general court martial. Dishonorable is reserved for serious offenses and can only be given with a general court martial.


Answer by  Mike1346 (35)

In the U. S Navy there are 5 types of discharge in order of ranking they are: 1. Honorable 2. General (Given if requirement for honorable are not meet) 3. Other than honorable (given for misconduct or security) 4. Bad conduct (only given under court marshal) 5. Dishonorable (only given under court marshal)


Answer by  DanielleK (535)

You can be medically discharged from any branch of service, including the navy if a medical condition arises that causes an officer unable to perform his duties. You can also be dishonorably discharged for breaking the rules set up by the navy which means you can no longer enter the service again.

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