Thank you very much,
Well, long story short, I had problems with the family and other personal issues that the army just didn’t want to help with, so I decided to go AWOL. I have been gone for almost a year and a half. During my time in the service I received several medals, coins for excellence and recommendations, and never had any disciplinary problems. Now I see that my decision to leave the service might have been taken too soon and that other possibilities could have presented themselves but that’s the past. Now everything’s settled with the family and no more problems but ever since I left I couldn’t live with the fact of my decision and I’m ready to face the consequences.
- in other sites I have read that desertion after 30 days is the administrative title but if you turn yourself you can be tried as being awol, is this correct?
- In my case I went AWOL between duty stations; do I turn myself in with the gaining duty station or at ft Knox?