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ARMY - AR 635-200

ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATIONS

inactive
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 19 December 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 153
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Purpose. a. This regulation sets policies, standards, and procedures to ensure the readiness and competency of the force while providing for the orderly administrative separation of soldiers for a variety of reasons. Readiness is promoted by maintaining high standards of conduct and performance.

Applicability.

a. This regulation applies to all enlisted soldiers serving on active duty in the Active Army, including United States Army Reserve soldiers serving on extended active duty. It also applies to Army National Guard of the United States and United States Army Reserve soldiers serving on active duty under Title 10 of the United States Code, which includes active duty for training, full-time active duty in the Active Guard Reserve Program, active duty for special work, temporary tours of active duty, and order-to-active-duty for contingency operations. Except for chapter 10, this regulation does not apply to soldiers serving on annual training. This regulation does not apply to Army National Guard of the United States soldiers serving on full-time National Guard duty under Title 32 of the United States Code. It does not pertain to Army National Guard of the United States, or United States Army Reserve soldiers who are not serving on active duty or active duty for training. Administrative separation of these soldiers is governed by National Guard Regulation 600-200 or Army Regulation 135-178.

b. Chapter 12 governs the retirement of Regular Army, Army National Guard of the United States, and United States Army Reserve soldiers who are retiring from active duty in their Army enlisted status.

c. This regulation also applies during full and partial mobilization. During mobilization, chapters and policies contained in this regulation may be modified by the proponent.

d. Active duty determinations requiring action by Commanding General, United States Army Human Resources Command, as set forth in this regulation, will be forwarded to United States Army Human Resources Command (ATTN: AHRC-PDT-P), 200 Stovall Street, Alexandria, VA 22332-0478, unless otherwise specified.

Document History

December 19, 2016
Active Duty Enlisted Administrative Separations
Purpose a. This regulation sets policies, standards, and procedures to ensure the readiness and competency of the force while providing for the orderly administrative separation of Soldiers for a...
June 6, 2005
ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATIONS
Applicability. This regulation applies to all enlisted soldiers serving on active duty in the Active Army, including United States Army Reserve soldiers serving on extended active duty. It also...
July 15, 2004
ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATIONS
Purpose a. This regulation sets policies, standards, and procedures to ensure the readiness and competency of the force while providing for the orderly administrative separation of soldiers for a...
AR 635-200
December 19, 2003
ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATIONS
Purpose. a. This regulation sets policies, standards, and procedures to ensure the readiness and competency of the force while providing for the orderly administrative separation of soldiers for a...
November 1, 2000
ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATIONS
a. This regulation applies to all enlisted soldiers serving on active duty in the Active Army, including United States Army Reserve soldiers serving on extended active duty. It also applies to Army...
June 26, 1996
ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATIONS
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