Army Ets?


In the United States Army, soldiers enlist for a specific amount of years. Their expiration term of service or ETS is their official separation of Soldiers. At this point they have fulfilled active duty obligation. Upon separation, they receive a Certificate of Release or Discharge, or DD214, from Active Duty. The DD214 will indicate their former and future status. At this time, an honorable discharge will only be issued if the soldier active duty history fits the criteria.
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ETS stands for Expiration Term of Service. The ETS date is the day someone has
I've never heard of a "phase 2 physical" but I can tell you that there's no reason for him to take an ETS physical 7 months before he's supposed to actually ETS. I can however
yes 10 for ets 20 for retirement.
It is Latin for "by valor and arms". It appears on the Mississippi coat of arms & was adopted in 1894.
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In the army, ETS stands for Expiration of Time and Service. The Expiration of Time and Service date occurs when one's contract with the military has ended. ...
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