Petition Closed

I have a strong desire to enlist in the United States Army. I have scored extremely high in the asvab (general score of 90, gt score of 124) and am qualified for any mos based on my score. I have no legal issues, past and present. I am physically fit. I am a very dedicated and determined individual. It has always been my dream to serve the citizens of the United States as a member of the armed services. I will do anything required to enlist and maintain a good standing in the Army.

I became part of the delayed entry program in 2003, but I never shipped to basic training. I visited my local recruiter to enlist now and was told I needed to obtain paperwork from my previous attempt. I have contacted the Army human resources department, my congressman, the military entrance processing station I originally visited in 2003, all who are unable to find what I need.

I just want to serve my country to the fullest. Please allow me to serve my country and protect its citizens and everything the United States stands for. Please allow me to enlist and follow through with any dreams.

Letter to
Department of the Army
Army Recruiting Command
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Department of the Army.

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Allow my enlistment

I have a strong desire to enlist in the United States Army. I have scored extremely high in the asvab and am qualified for any mos based on my score. I have no legal issues, past and present. I am physically fit. I am a very dedicated and determined individual. It has always been my dream to serve the citizens of the United States as a member of the armed services. I will do anything required to enlist and maintain a good standing in the Army.

I became part of the delayed entry program in 2003, but I never shipped to basic training. I visited my local recruiter to enlist now and was told I needed to obtain paperwork from my previous attempt. I have contacted the Army human resources department, my congressman, the military entrance processing station I originally visited in 2003, all who are unable to find what I need.

I just want to serve my country to the fullest. Please allow me to serve my country and protect its citizens and everything the United States stands for. Please allow me to enlist and follow through with any dreams.
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Sincerely,