Rescission of the Enlisted Involuntary Early Separation Program
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Rescission of the Enlisted Involuntary Early Separation Program
MILPER Message 16-363, Rescission of the Enlisted Involuntary Early
Separation Program ...Issued:[27-Dec-2016]...

1. This message will expire 16 December 2017.

2. The purpose of this message is to announce the Army’s suspension
of the temporary Involuntary Early Separation Program, effective 16
November 2016.  MILPER Message Number 15-397, (Enlisted
Involuntary Early Separation Program), is rescinded on the effective
date of this message, and the program will remain suspended until
further notice.

3. As part of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal
Year 2012, Congress amended 10 USC Section 1171 authorizing an
early discharge up to 12 months (formerly three months).  On 1 June
2012, the Army began using this expanded authority on an involuntary
basis for Regular Army Soldiers assigned to units scheduled for
deployment.  The purpose of the Enlisted Involuntary Early Separation
Program was to address readiness in deploying units.

4. On 1 January 2014, the Army expanded the Enlisted Involuntary
Early Separation Program to include Regular Army enlisted Soldiers
assigned to units scheduled for inactivation.

5. On 1 January 2015, the Army further expanded this temporary
program in include Soldiers assigned to units scheduled for rotation
to Korea.

6. Soldiers previously impacted by this program will maintain their
adjusted separation date unless they request removal from the
program.  All requests for removal are processed through the unit
career counselor to HRC via the RETAIN system.

7. POC for this message is the Retention and Reclassification Branch,
AHRC-EPF-R, HRC, Fort Knox, KY.

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