Military discharge

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Two United States Army soldiers holding honorable discharge certificates
An honorable discharge certificate from 1969

A soldier is given a military discharge is when they don't have to fight anymore. There are two types of military discharges, dishonorable discharges, and honorable discharges. Soldiers are dishonorably discharged when they do very immoral things, like rape, murder, and war crimes. Soldiers are honorably discharged when they can't fight anymore, like if they get shot.[1]

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  1. "Types of Military Discharges - Understanding Discharge Ratings". 19 January 2011. Archived from the original on 30 December 2018. Retrieved 30 December 2018.