Can I be discharged if i take a job that moves every 6 months?
I know all about interstatte transfers but they usually take 4-6 months to be processed. I am contemplating taking a project management job with a construction company and would be on a different job site every 6-10 month. So I was wondering if there is a possibility of a discharge from the National Guard in this case? I am a Sgt/E5 and have 9 years, halfway throgh my second 6 year enlistment.
Asked By: Bodro - 5/6/2011
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So long as you report to your post when you are supposed to I don't see why they would discharge you. They will expect you to give them priority over everything else in your life, and being in 9 years I expect you already know this.
Answered By: Kaiyuu - 5/6/2011
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As you know, early discharge from the Army requires that you take one of two routes: either a hardship discharge (and I doubt the Army would be willing to term your job duties as a hardship), or an administrative discharge. The administrative route might work for you, but the downside is gambling on what your CO (not... More
Answered By: Stuart - 5/6/2011
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