Soldiers who don’t re-enlist could face involuntary early separation

The Army is expanding its Enlisted Involuntary Early Separation Program.

Jim Bragg, the chief of retention and reclassification branch at Army Human Resource Command says the move “is a readiness program, not a force reduction program.”

Under the program, enlisted soldiers who choose not to re-enlist could be subject to involuntary early separation.

Online Chat: Beth Killoran, deputy assistant secretary for Information Technology and chief information officer at HHS, on March 28.

The program affects soldiers who have more than three years active duty service but less than six years total service.


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