HEY! want to get out of the DEP? info HERE:
You went to your Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). You signed your Delayed Entry (DEP) contract. You are now enlisted in the U.S. military.
This is important: YOU CAN STILL CHANGE YOUR MIND!
While waiting to go to boot camp, you may have started to doubt your decision. Or have had big life changes. Maybe you got into that great college you dreamed of, or got married, found your dream job, or just simply changed your mind.
This is the right time, before going to Basic Training, for everyone to carefully consider, again, whether they truly belong in the military. This will be the last time you can still choose.
If you are in this situation, one way out is to just do nothing. Do not report to MEPS on your scheduled ship date, and you will get out of your contract.
Call the GI RIGHTS HOTLINE at 1-877-447-4487 to talk with a counselor, or find out more online.
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Read the below before you talk to a recruiter.
Conscientious objection to military service refers to the position taken by individuals who oppose participation in war on the basis of their religious, moral, or ethical beliefs. Such objection can take many forms, such as refusing to serve in combat, register for the draft, pay taxes tied to allocations, or make any type of contribution to a war effort.