How to volunteer for recall to active duty in the US Army




 
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October 20th, 2005  
DTop
 
 

Topic: How to volunteer for recall to active duty in the US Army


I know there just might be somebody here who is wondering just how to go about getting back on active duty. Here's how to go about doing so.

How to volunteer for recall to active duty
Applications for recall to active duty to support the Global War on Terror (GWOT) are being accepted from retired Soldiers. Recalled retirees may volunteer to be used to fill shortages in, or to augment, deployed or deploying units in theater (only for those retired less than five years), and supporting units and activities stateside.
Volunteers should complete and submit the following paperwork to the Human Resources Command - St. Louis (HRC-STL) to be considered for recall: DA Form 160-R (Application for Active Duty); DA Form 7349 (Initial Medical Review Annual Medical Certificate); Electronic Personnel Security Questionnaire (EPSQ); current retention physical (results no more than one year old); and copy of retirement orders.
Forms and instructions are at https://www.hrc.army.mil/site/reserv...reemob_vol.htm.
Qualified applicants will be placed on a retired Soldier volunteer list and, as needed, nominated for recall in their retired rank and military skill. Interested retired Soldiers can visit the Web site, call 1-800-325-2660, or e-mail mobops@hrcstl.army.mil to see if they qualify.
October 20th, 2005  
bulldogg
 
 
Top, what if you're not a retiree but did a trick and was honourably or medically discharged?

And are they waivering if it has been more than five years like say 10 and you're too old to re-enlist normally??

I'm just askin is all.
October 20th, 2005  
DTop
 
 
I don't really know but that would be a good question to email them about.
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