Army Ets?

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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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