Yesterday I had my interview with a NYC Law Enforcement Investigator for a position that I applied for. After going through the intial background questionair, I presented the investigator all my DD-214's and National Guard discharge paperwork. My military history: US Navy 92-94 General Discharge (under honorable conditions), after I received my discharge, I was able to enlist into the NY Army National Guard. I received a Honorable Discharge after my 6 year contract was up. I mainly left the guard because I became ill during 9/11 search/recovery at ground zero. After two years, with a lot of medical clearances, I was able to enlist in to the NY Air National Guard as a Pararescueman. I got a DOD Secret Clearance and went to active duty for a 2 year training program. Unfortunately, I was injured and left active duty with a Honorably discharge. I went back to the NY Army national guard (Inner State transfer), but my injury at the time hindered me to continue any training and was offered 2 years later to get out with a honorable discharge. The investigator now is grilling me that when I initially send my resume for the applied position my military history states "United States Armed Forces" Honorable Service Discharge 1992-2012 The problem for the investigator is that it says Honorable Service and nothing regarding my General Discharge. I tried to explain that my first discharge was General under Honorable Conditions, but after that all my service discharges are Honorable and because my last discharge is Honorable, my resume says Honorable Service Discharge. My employment record is 12 years and still presently working for a NYS Law Enforcement Agency - civilian (no problems), prior to that 3 years NYC Board of Education (no problems), prior to that 4 years as a K-9 Security Officer (no problems). So there are no gaps or problems in my employment history. No convictions, no outstanding tickets or any outstanding credit problems, and have a Secret Security Clearance. BA degree. Does any forsee me having any problems regarding my investigator calling me the after about my US Navy discharge, even after the fact the military cleared me and allowed me to honorably continue to serve with honorable discharges? Esepecially since the investigator is confused or believed that I intentionally must of left the general discharge out, even though it was the first thing I presented once we went over the military service discharge paperwork? After the call I E-mailed the investigator my recommendation letters from Company Commanders during my Navy time, and recommendations of high ranking officers during my Army and Air Force time. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.