In the U.S. armed forces, separation means that a person is leaving active duty,
but not necessarily leaving the service entirely. Separation typically occurs when
Jan 22, 2015 ... Early outs of up to six months available for some enlisted soldiers. ... from re-
enlisting because they are in overstrength military occupational specialties. ...
Soldiers can request early separation through their chain of command ...
Jan 13, 2014 ... The Enlisted Voluntary Early Separation Program and Enlisted ... found in All
Army Activity message 339/2013 and Military Personnel 13-375.
Some men and women in the military have family problems which can be
resolved only by their discharge from the military. You can apply for a discharge
The Fiscal Year 2006 Navy Early
Transition Program is a voluntary program and applies to qualified active duty enlisted sailors including United States Navy, United States Navy Reserve, Full Time Support, and Canvasser Recruiters. Effective immediately, qualified enlis... More »
Such programs are early separation to join a commissioning program, valid
hardship reasons (such as a member of your family is dying), early separation (
up to ...
The military has its own way of life, with its own standards of conduct, unique ...
Getting an early discharge is not easy and the procedures can be complicated.
Military soldier with bag in airport, low section - Mike Powell/Stone/Getty ...
Medical Separation or Retirement · Early Release to Serve in the Guard or
This is sort of a catch-all reason for military discharges. ... or Daughter · Early
Separation to Further Education · Early Release to Serve in the Guard or
Policy. Effective 1 January 2015, the Enlisted Voluntary Early Separation
Program authorizes commanders exercising Special Court Martial Convening