Yes, it happens sometimes because the Navy wants to get him doing something instead of having him on hold indefinitely. It will limit some of the things he will be permitted to do and may keep him from going into some places and may also limit the billets that he can be offered, but at least he will be doing something.
Security clearance can be affected by lots of factors, not just if a person has done some "bad thing." The one that I see most often is a credit issue that was not resolved or that was resolved, but not long enough ago that it is still on the Sailor's credit report.
Check your My Page.
I checked my "mypage". Thank you! Do you think I gave too much info? My husband does have student loan debt. He graduated from a private school! lol. It's not as much as a lot of others have though thankfully.
You are very welcome. Hopefully, whatever the issue is, it will be addressed and he will be able to get the clearance he needs to open up more opportunities for him.
No, I don't think you have given too much info, but if you are concerned about the post, then you can delete the discussion. Click on "Options" in the upper right and then "Delete Discussion."