I graduate nursing school
in 2019. So about halfway through right now, and I was wondering about prior military service for the nursing boards and job application. In June 2014, I received an Article 15 for, wrongful use of a military computer. Basically I sent an email as a reply all to the entire base instead of to select individuals. It was a meme about military life. Nothing offensive. and some higher up colonel on base got butt hurt and for my mistake forced my command to give me an article 15 for wrongful use of military equipment. That's literally it. I wasn't jailed. I wasn't arrested. My only punishment was a reduction in rank. I still served my full term and got an Honorable Discharge. This is my dream job and I won't don't want to jeopardize my future as BSN-CFRN (flight nurse) one day.
Should I be worried and if so what should I do. I've worked so hard for this and I don't want a civilian organization aka civilian nursing board to think I did drugs or got a DUI or something bad. Should I mention it and if so how do I get it across to them that it was stupid. I really don't want something that was stupid and small to affect my future career.