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MILPER Message 17-006 Regular Army Precision Retention ...Issued: [09-Jan-2017]...
1. This MILPER message supersedes MILPER Message Number 16-262 on the date of issue, and will
expire no later than 30 September 2017.

2. Precision Retention is vital to the Army’s ability to sustain unit readiness and force alignment while
meeting congressionally mandated end strength requirements.  To effectively execute Precision
Retention, the Army has moved from an annual reenlistment mission to a quarterly one.  This change in
the reenlistment mission issued to commanders will provide the Army with the flexibility required to make
adjustments throughout the fiscal year. In addition to the quarterly reenlistment window, the U.S. Army
Human Resources Command (HRC) may restrict reenlistment for Soldiers based on their expiration term
of service (ETS) date or their military occupational specialty (MOS) and skill level.

3. Commanders in the field are not required to consider Precision Retention in their decision to reenlist
a Soldier.  Commanders are required to ensure all Soldiers meet the criteria for reenlistment in
accordance with reference A above.  

When applicable, commanders must initiate suspension of favorable action or a bar to continued service
on Soldiers who fail to meet reenlistment standards. Commanders must approve/disapprove a Soldier’s
request for reenlistment in accordance with reference A above. Precision Retention is an administrative
action subsequent to the commander’s decision to reenlist a Soldier.

4.  Precision Retention restrictions based on a Soldier’s ETS date:  no restrictions at this time.

5.  Precision Retention restrictions based on Soldier’s MOS and skill level:

a.  The following MOS/skill levels are restricted:  09L1, 09L2, 13T1, 13T2, 13T3, 15J1, 15J2, 15S1,
15S2, and 94Y1.

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