January 27 2015
The U.S. Army has authorized involuntary separations of up to 12 months before an enlisted soldier is scheduled to leave service, reports the Army Times.
The authorization covers some active-duty troops who are assigned to units slated for deployment or deactivation and who decline to re-enlist or extend.
A similar policy was utilized in 2014.
The policy applies to soldiers assigned to:
*units that are deploying to a named operations and will have six months or less of...
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