Thank you for you timely response.
The particular training I was involved in has a 2 month prep course, a 3 week orientation, then a 6 month core course. I was medically dropped at the end of the orientation. I did not attend any of the core course, and at the time I was told I did not owe any obliserve due to it being an involuntary medical disenrollment. I was put on limited duty for about 10 months before PCSing to my next command. I noticed the extension had not been dropped as I applied for the next school, at which point I brought it up to the command career counselor. He contacted Millington and I signed a page 13 stating that I was extended until completion of training, at which point I would reenlist with obliserve included.
I was told by PSD upon being dropped that I did not owe obliserve, however it would not surprise me to learn that I was misinformed. The voluntary disenrollment guys were prorated I know.
The 2 year extension was never cancelled, or even pro-rated. I sat down with my career counselor and he established the "extension to train" with the detailer in Millington I believe. That would take me to my graduation at which point I would re enlist; the re enlistment contract would have the obliserve for my current A school. I signed a page 13 stating this in order to be accepted into the program.
Both of the school fell under ATF. Therefore according to that instruction I owe the extension.
That being said, High Year Tenure for an E3 is 5 years, I am at 4.5
This is the most recent HYT update to my knowledge.
Navy.mil broke it down here.
Which instruction takes priority in the case?
Thank you for the clarification.
That being said, what would be your opinion on the best reasonable means to get out given the current policies?
Reasonable being defined as within the rules, not threatening suicide, failing urinalysis, incurring huge dept, etc
If I am not mistaken, under the Perform to Serve instruction the CO has the authority to approve early separation upon request.
Also isn't there a program where getting accepted to a college an early separation can be approved?
I am not looking to "beat the system," I just feel like I can become a much more productive member of society elswhere than biding my time as a 5-6 year unrated seaman. Thank you so much for your time and help. I really appreciate it.
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