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USAREC Regulation 601-210 (V7_4) Enlistment and Accessions Processing (20 July 2018)

Fuente
USAREC Regulation 601-210 (V7_4) Enlistment and Accessions Processing (20 July 2018) (2.4 MB)

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Appendix H
Change in Active Duty Date and DEP/DTP Renegotiation

H-1. Policy
This appendix outlines procedures for recruiting personnel to apply in the FS change of active duty date and renegotiation (reno) of DEP/DTP contracts.

  • Comentario: FS significa Future Soldier.

H-2. General
Provisions for DEP/DTP change in active duty dates and reno exist as a management tool to allow flexibility in responding to disqualifications for options and a request for extension or discharge from DEP/DTP, enlistees, requests for early ship, and other reasons authorized by appropriate authority. Changes in active duty dates and renos involve substantive changes to the enlistment contract. Process these actions to avoid invalidating the existing contract. Under normal circumstances, FSs are authorized to serve in the DEP/DTP no more than 365 days, unless exception is granted.…

H-3. Renegotiation Procedures
The automated enlistment annex serves as DEP/DTP orders for all NPS applicants. Therefore, the annex must document all periods of DEP/DTP service. Complete the following actions for a reno.

a. GCs reno the FS, using REQUEST renegotiate screen to obtain a new reservation. Select a new MOS and/or ship date, enter the proper cancellation code, and complete the reservation….

  • Comentario: NPS significa Non-Prior Service. GC signfiica Guidance Counselor.

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Appendix I
Active and Reserve Component Separations

I-1. Purpose
This appendix outlines procedures for processing DEP/DTP/DS separations after the initial Oath of Enlistment.

I-2. General
Requests for separation from the DEP/DTP/DS are approved for valid reasons identified in AR 601-210 and AR135-178. Reasons for granting FS separations and approving authorities are provided at Tables I-1 and I-2. b.

Separations fall into three categories:
a. The result of a request from a member of the DEP/DTP/DS
b. The discovery of an erroneous or fraudulent enlistment
c. Medical disqualifications

I-3. Routing of Separation Requests
a. The request for a FS initiated separation must bear the signature of the FS who initiated the request.
b. Recruiting personnel must respond positively to any inquiry from FSs concerning separations from the DEP/DTP/DS. Under no circumstances will any member of this command threaten, coerce, manipulate, or intimidate FSs, nor may they obstruct separation requests.

  • Comentario: Recruiters debe conceder una solicitud para separacíon del FS.

c. Submit FSs UF 601-210.21 (Separation Request) with supporting documents through the chain of command.
d. Bn Cdrs may approve requests within their authority and publish appropriate separation orders.

I-4. Separation Procedures
a. Process FS separation by:
(1) FS initiate separation request on UF 601-210.21 and must be signed by the FS. If the FS is unavailable or refuses to sign, write "unavailable for signature" or "refuses to sign" in the remarks section of the form....

  • Comentario: La firma del FS no es necesaria para procesar la separacíon.

AR 135-178 Army National Guard and Reserve Enlisted Administrative Separations (7 November 2017)

Fuente
AR 135-178 Army National Guard and Reserve Enlisted Administrative Separations (7 November 2017) (3.1 MB)

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Chapter 14

Section II
Separation from the Delayed Entry Program

14–5. Basis
A Soldier who enlisted in the USAR under the DEP in accordance with AR 601–210 must be processed for separation if they satisfy the conditions in paragraphs 14–5a or b, and may be processed for separation if they satisfy the conditions in paragraphs 14–5c or d.
a. Upon enlistment in the regular Army (para 5–4a).
b. On discovery that the USAR enlistment is defective. The Soldier will be processed for separation under para 7–3.
c. The Soldier is found to be ineligible for enlistment in the regular Army.
d. The Soldier declines enlistment in the regular Army and is not being ordered to active duty as a Reserve of the Army (10 USC 12103(b)).

14–6. Characterization or description
a. The service of a Soldier discharged on the basis of paragraph 14–5a, is not characterized. (See DD Form 4 (Enlistment/Reenlistment Document Armed Forces of the United States), section G.)
b. The separation of a Soldier on the basis of paragraph 14–5c or paragraph 14–5d, will be described as an entry level separation and the service will be uncharacterized.