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Thank you for the information and your question. If you signed all of your enlistment paperwork, then technically you can be held to your contract. However, most of the time if you contact the recruit command and tell them that you changed your mind, they will cancel your contract. Better to do this now, then to get to basic and try to get out. But again, all depends on what you signed and how hard over the ANG is in pushing the issue. They usually don't want to force anyone to go because those soldiers end up being problems for them in the future and they have others who do want to enlist and commit.
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