Return To The Service Of Your Country
If you have prior service, your country wants you back and they are making it easier than ever to return to service. The U.S. Army is offering great benefits and bonuses and making sure that your valuable prior service is carried over into your reenlistment.
All Services Are Welcome
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Guard or Reserve, all branches are welcome. If you have prior military experience, put it to good use serving your country again while earning good money and great benefits. Having served, you know what an honor it can be to come to the aid of your country, and how rewarding it can be. It doesn’t matter what branch you served with, the U.S. Army is looking for you.
All Your Time Counts
It doesn’t matter what branch you served in, Marines, Navy, or Air Force, all your time will be added to your time in the U.S. Army. If your wanting to make a career out of the military you’ll be able to reach your 20 years quicker and be eligible for military retirement and benefits.
Earn Extra Money Every Month
Your prior service could mean a better monthly paycheck. You can earn good money while serving your country. The U.S. Army will even pay for your expenses while your on duty.
Bonuses up to $150,000
Do you have Prior Service in the military? Your experience is valuable. The U.S. Army is looking for experienced soldiers to return to duty and honor, and they are paying well to get you back. Over the last several months, the U.S. Army has been offering up to $150,000 in bonuses, depending on your level of experience and MOS. There has neve been a better time to join. Are you interested?
The U.S. Army offers excellent benefits for you and your family, including a retirement program, commissary and base exchange privileges, educational opportunities and space-available travel on military aircraft. You’ll also have access to base/post facilities, low-cost life insurance, health benefits and family support centers and many more. The U.S. Army takes pride in having some of the best benefits available.
Learn Skills For A New Career
If you are interesting in learning skills for a new career, reenlisting is your chance. Depending on your experience you may be eligible for retraining and go into an entirely new career field. The U.S. Army will train you with all the skills you need for a new and exciting career that can easily transfer to your civilian life.
To Re-enlist with the U.S. Army, you still need to pass it’s requirements.
- Must be physically fit.
- Must meet Army height and weight standards.
- Eight-year service obligation still applies.
- Minimum term of service is three years.
- Must have approved DD Form 368.
The biggest hurdle for many prior service recruits is the re-enlistment eligibility code (RE Code) that the service placed on their DD Form 214 (Record of Discharge) at the time of their separation. In general, if the RE Code is "1," there are no bars to enlistment. If the RE Code is "2" for the Air Force, that person is ineligible to re-enlist in the Air Force, but might be allowed to enlist in another branch of the military, with restrictions. If the RE Code is "2" for any of the other services, the person might be eligible to enlist in either the same service or another service, with restrictions. If the RE Code is "3," the individual might be able to re-join their service or enlist in another service with a waiver (depending on the reason for the discharge). If the RE Code is "4," the individual is ineligible for re-enlistment or enlistment in another service. Click here for a list of RE Codes.
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