An old bud from the Navy was one of those guys that could walk into any bar and bring home the best looking chick in there.This is what happens when you don’t roll over and shoot it on the wall.
He was only there a few weeks maybe a month, and he either quit or was found to be defective.
My BIL was in the Army for 16, as an IT guy and the kid was supposed to do the same thing. He got out and went to work for a federal agency, like about 30% of all veterans do.
That is what my nephew had intended to happen. Not sure what happened to him. His story is that they kicked him out because of the curvature of his spine. Either way he is wearing Army garb and tells everyone he is a vet like a good little poser scumbag.
Culturally to millennials he probably is a vet, but I think the VA requires 6 months of active duty for actual veterans status.
What discharge did he get? That would be telling.
The curvature thing would have 99% of the time been found beforehand. I'm also not even sure that unless it was ridiculously bad (which would have 100% been caught) that it would have had him discharged. Also, med based discharges are usually pretty straight forward and quick.
I'm betting on someone was a whiny shitbird that basically quit, threw a tantrum and then said he was going to kill everyone and/or himself or got caught doing something bad, even by recruit standards.