DA_Pre-Retirement_Briefing_Slides_17_April_2017.pptx

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Copies: #1 – Service member #2 – Service Personnel File #3 - United States Department of Veterans Affairs #4 – Member; only copy that contains reason for discharge; of interest to some employers File your copies (1 & 4) in a safe place (NOT a courthouse unless they assure you that it will not be accessible by the general public!) DD Form 214 (Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty)
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45 Copies of a Retired Soldier’s DD Forms 214 may be obtained from the following sources, as applicable: Best Option- a. Retired Soldiers also have access to their personnel records through the Army White Pages using DS Logon. If not possible- b. For Retired Soldiers separated after 1 October 2002 who do not have DD Forms 214 available in iPERMS, forward request to Commander, U.S. Army Human Resources Command (AHRC-PDR-HI), 1600 Spearhead Division Avenue, Department 420, Fort Knox, KY 40122-5402 c. Retired Soldiers and Veterans who register for level 2 premium eBenefits through the Veterans Administration at can obtain copies of DD Forms 214 from iPERMS through the Defense Personnel Records Information Retrieval System. d. For Retired Soldiers separated prior to 1 October 2002 who are no longer in military service, forward requests to the National Personnel Records Center. Relevant information may be found at http :// e .Installation military personnel divisions or ARNG State level headquarters may provide Soldiers and Veterans with copies of DD Forms 214 available from iPERMS. Obtaining a Copy of DD Form 214
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46 At Retirement, You Will Also Receive Retirement Certificate Presidential Certificate of Recognition - if 20 YOS Presidential Letter of Recognition - if 30 YOS or other special category (e.g., CSA, SMA, Medal of Honor Recipient or former POWs who qualify for or have been rewarded the POW Medal. Retirement Ceremony (optional) Spouse Certificate of Appreciation (if applicable) Army Retiring Soldier Commendation Program Package
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47 ARSCP was created by ASA (M&RA) in 2009 Flag required by 10 USC § 12605 since 1998 Retired Army Lapel Button required by Army policy since 1968 Presented to Active Duty Soldiers at retirement Presented to Reserve Component Soldiers upon entry to Retired Reserves Kit includes flag, Retired Army Lapel Button, 2 window decals, and a tri-signed letter Installation, State, RSC Retirement Services Officers order kits Army Retiring Soldier Commendation Program
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48 Mobilization/Retiree Recall By Age Officers and enlisted, up to age 60 Warrant officers, up to age 62 General officers, on a case-by-case basis By Category Cat I: Non-disability, retired less than 5 years, under 60 Cat II: Non-disability, retired 5 years or more, under 60 Cat III: All military retired Soldiers not in category I or II to include WOs and health care professionals who retire from AD after age 60 https:// vol.htm
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49 Travel & Transportation ( Contact Your Transportation Office) Travel
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