Application omissions

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  1. Capt. Ahab

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    A friend (AS300, post-contracting) came to me today and mentioned that they left a ticket off their application (genuinely forgot it existed) when joining the program, and never corrected the issue. I didn't really know what to say to them or anything about it for that matter.

    Any advice or recommendations I could give them?
     
  2. CSU Cadet

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    Well, if he genuinely forgot, then I can't see it effecting him in the slightest. Everyone gets tickets, just tell him to talk to his Cadre about it.
     
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    That's kind of what I guessed, I assumed they were worried about it being an inadvertent integrity issue. I would feel bad though if the Air Force saw it as an issue, so much time and effort for a few second error.
     
  4. CSU Cadet

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    They will only question his integrity if he keeps silent about it and they later find out. A ticket really isn't worth hiding, it won't make or break anything unless your friend's cadre has had problems with him before.
     
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  5. Capt. Ahab

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    Well apparently there is an issue, our cadre made a comment on how it's grounds for dismissal.
     
  6. CSU Cadet

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    ??? For a ticket? There must have been other circumstances you are not aware of.
     
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    For an undisclosed ticket, yeah.

    Mentioned if something comes up in the security clearance that wasn't disclosed, an investigation will commence.
     
  8. CSU Cadet

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    He told them before the security clearance, right?
     
  9. Capt. Ahab

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    No, idk why.

    The security clearance only asks for tickets over $300.
     

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