I'm seeking voluntary separation from the Army. Is the Army really accepting voluntary separation? because downsizing? who can qualify for this voluntary separation? where can I find the AR 638-200?
TIS: 4yrs, ETS: May 14, last PCS: Aug 11, MOS in/out: balance...
If I'm able to get out just for continuous education, if qualify?
my second issue is child in EFMP, more complicated.
I don't know how possible to get out, because I want to be with child.
I'm still waiting for an answer. please let me know what information do you need more to answer. if you can send me an email about what you need to answer, i can send informations to you. not publicly.
thank you very much for the answer.
question 1) Ch 6, hardship: I heard that It is not easy to qualify a valid hardhip. nine out of ten got denied. taking care of a family member who has a cancer, is it enought condition to request? if is, what might help to make a acceptance from the Army? dotor's support letter? if denied, this hardship case, am I able to request other ways?
question 2) Ch 16, how can I find out the HQDA opens op this kind of process? ever happend before? I heard that the Army may put out like this type of process... maybe sometime end of this FY? and someone said, already a document that contained one year early release from the ETS is out, have you ever heard about that?
question 3) Ch 5, convince the command to support? can you give me more detail about this?
I'm not a Medal of Honor recipient but I have no issue with the Army, my conduct and performance always top ten percent in the units that I have been through.
I want an Honorable discharge from the Army with a appropriate process.
thank you for your time in advance.
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