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    Arrow 88m w/ no license...

    I am an 88m with no license, getting ready to start pre-mob.
    I really want to deploy, if i dont get my license in time will i still be able to deploy?? please help or point me in the right directions...

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    are you MOS qualified? How can you be an 88m without a license? Anyway, your unit ULLs clerk can print you out one.
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    im mos qual'd but my license was recently suspended and i dont have the money to re intsate it but at the same time i dont and cant afford to miss deployment (my civilian license)

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    well I dont know what happened but its your responsibility to drive safe and to maintain your license. I was an MP and if my license got suspended due to speeding or non payment of traffic fines then its my fault. Talk to your leadership (sergeant) about it.
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    If your deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan (im assuming thats where your going) you are not required to have a civilian license to drive a military vehicle. You are required to have an updated military license for whatever vehicle you will be driving. Unless your company/battalion/brigade has other standards you should be GTG. Honestly though how hard can it be to pay your outstanding tickets? You should be worried about the possibility of UCMJ because you fail to pay your parking/moving violations tickets.

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    Should be able to drive a military vehicle on a military installation and in theatre but on civilian highways with out a DL is against the law since the military doesn't have insurance on their tactical vehicles. I found this out in 03 being mobilized.
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    just curious but how can you not afford to pay your ticket? you dont have to tell me your reasons but how much are the ticket(s)

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    cavscout, this is an old thread. posters might be forever MIA.
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    Lat post by original poster was 2 months ago - 4 posts in total. One way or another, this thread is history.
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    Your military license is VOID if your DL is VOID.
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