- Can I reenlist with a reentry code 3?
- What does reentry code RE 4 mean?
- Can I get my reenlistment code changed?
- What is the 3f rule?
- Can I join the military at 45 years old?
- Do you have to go to MEPS again if you switch branches?
- What does 3f mean?
- Can reenlist with failure to adapt discharge?
- How long can you wait to reenlist?
- Can I reenlist if I failed PT test?
- Can you rejoin military after general discharge?
- Is a general discharge bad?
- Can I keep my rank if I switch branches?
Can I reenlist with a reentry code 3?
Individuals with an RE Code of “3” can normally reenlist in the Air Force or another Service, but will probably require a waiver to be processed.
Individuals with an Air Force RE Code of “4” are normally not eligible to reenlist in the Air Force, nor join another service..
What does reentry code RE 4 mean?
RE Code 4: Normally not eligible to reenlist, nor join another service. Usually will require an Exception to Policy waiver to reenlist.
Can I get my reenlistment code changed?
To change your RE code, you may need to apply to the Board for Correction of Military Records (BCMR) or Board for Correction of Naval Records (BCNR). Your recruiter may be able to help you (or refer you to someone who can help).
What is the 3f rule?
Last year we came up with the 3F Rule for how to react to breaking news – whether or not it devolves into a full-blown crisis. The 3F’s: Be Fast, Be Factual and Be Flexible. Fast. When a crisis hits, the team needs to assemble quickly.
Can I join the military at 45 years old?
Can I join the Army at 45 years old? Unfortunately, no. Under Federal law, the oldest a recruit can be to enter any branch of the military is 42 years old.
Do you have to go to MEPS again if you switch branches?
Your documents will get transferred over and it usually takes around a week but you’ll still have to redo your paperwork for your new branch. You shouldn’t have to do another MEPS physical.
What does 3f mean?
Erroneous enlistmentRE-3F: Erroneous enlistment. RE-3G: Condition (not physical disability) interfering with performance of duty. RE-3H: Hardship. RE-3K: Disenrolled from Naval Academy, not considered qualified for enlisted status. RE-3M: Marriage.
Can reenlist with failure to adapt discharge?
Check your RE code (reenlistment code) at the bottom of your DD 214 (discharge papers). RE 3 You need a waiver. Usually something medical or had discipline problems. It’s possible to reenlist but failure to adapt is not good.
How long can you wait to reenlist?
However, the Army retains a long-standing policy that requires soldiers to re-enlist no later than 90 days before their ETS. This means when soldiers enter the 12-month window of eligibility, they will have no more than nine months to execute a service extension or re-enlistment contract.
Can I reenlist if I failed PT test?
To re-enter the service, you would probably need a waiver. Talk to a recruiter, but wait, you are going to pass this test. Provide us with an update on Monday, letting us know that you have passed, and will not fail any more PT tests.
Can you rejoin military after general discharge?
This may be honorable, other than honorable (OTH), bad conduct, or dishonorable. You are normally only eligible for reenlistment if you have an honorable discharge. All other discharges than honorable tend to have legal or court martial offenses attached to them.
Is a general discharge bad?
General Discharge Under Honorable Conditions General discharge means that you met the requirements of service, likely with some minor disciplinary actions, or failure to meet certain standards. However, overall, your military performance was considered satisfactory.
Can I keep my rank if I switch branches?
You might be allowed to retain your rank or you might be dropped a few ranks. If you’re going through a program like Blue to Green you might even be able to move up from Enlisted ranks to Warrant Officer ranks. Regardless if you drop your rank or not, you still keep your “time in service”.