What would you like to do?
Normally, one cannot be part of two organizations at one time. Once you complete your term of enlistment, you may join as long as your "re" code is usually 2 or less. sometim…es a 3 is ok with a waiver. With a waiver you, more than likely, will not receive an enlistment bonus until you complete an enlistment honorably. Tennessee has an enlistment term of one year, which is ideal for someone in this case. But to answer your question concisely, yes, after you are discharged from the Marines. Oh, if you don't have an mos that is applicable in the Army or you would like to choose a different one you may have to complete an additional school, not a big deal though. Hope that helps.
Have the regular Army recruiter help you fill out a DD368. Give the DD368 to your chain of command to sign. Bear in mind your Natioanl Guard does not have to sign the DD…368 if the don't want to. Normally a unit commander will sign a DD368 without a problem. However, if your unit is preparing to deploy your commander may not sign off. Also, if your commander is concerned that you are a knucklehead, he might not sign. A transfer to another component is a priviledge, not a right.
Over 1,000,000 soldiers serve collectively in the Active Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard.
YES BUT YOU WOULD UNDERGO MORE TRAINING.
No. Unless you complete your enlistment obligation with the active component and sign with the Air Guard then you may be entitled to a signing bonus.
You'll still be categorised as National Guard, but yes. You'll go through the exact same BCT and AIT (or else OSUT) as the Regular Army and Army Reserve do.
No, you must terminate your active duty statutory obligation (the period of active duty that you had signed your contract for) and then you have the option to enlist into one …of the reserve components. If you are finishing your AD time, you will be required to talk with a RC advisor to clear the installation, ask him.
There is no Automatic promotions within the National Guard unless they are ones based off time in service. You won't be handed rank just for switching from Active Duty to the …Guard. In order to gain rank you will need to test and show you deserve the new position.
Yes you can....but only if your not in the infantry or a special combat mos...dont know why but the air force is weird that way
It all depends on paperwork...could be quick or it could take a long time
You should talk with a specialist to see how this will affect you. Each branch does things in a different way.
See an active duty recruiter and he/she will give you a form for you're commander to sign to release you.
No. You have to complete you're obligation with the active duty first.
Looking this up, I see mention of him returning to New York after his time in the military. Being stationed out of his home state would indicate that he served on active duty,… for a total of three years.
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No. If you want to go from Regular Army to National Guard, you must first finish your active duty enlistment, then reenlist into the Guard - you cannot opt out of active duty …during the time specified in your contract.
What does the Army Maintains which consolidates the Active Army Reserve and Army National Guard into one?
Total force Concept
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What would be considered a hardship to have a request for conditional release dd form 368 approved for the virginia army national guard to switch to active duty?
There is no such action for a hardship to join an active duty branch. Hardships are used to be released from the service altogether.