My sister was 20, pregnant and in the military. The only diffrence was she was married. She ended up taking the medical discharge that was offered to her. Her unit was heading to Iraq and they were front line support (my sister was in the Army and worked on missle lonchers), she didn't want to risk leaving her child without a mother (plus she really didn't want to got to Iraq). So find out if they will offer to discharge you and then figure out if you really want to (I think she got to keep her medical insurace for the pregnancy but I'm not sure). If you are going to stay in the military do you have a support group to help with the baby, can your parents help you if you are deployed? What about the father? I'm assuming that he is military also since you have an APO, you're not state side. What will be his role, don't just assume that he's not going to be a help, it's his baby also. Also, before you do anything get to a doctor so they can make sure you are taken care of medically. You should also go to one of your superior officers and talk with them, they may be more hlep to you. Hopefully you have one that you can talk to. My dad is a CW4 in the Army (in Iraq right now) - I know that he does all he can for his guys and gals. Some of the issues make him cringe, but he does what he can or finds them the help they need. Your Superior Office may be the first place you need to go. I know they don't like surprises, It will be sort of like talking to your dad, but you got to do it. You'll get through this, be stong. Your a woman in the military - you made it through boot camp, you can do this too. If you need a little more help let me know, I'll get you in touch with my sister and may be she can help you a little. Good luck and God Bless!