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Originally posted by fivepointnine:
a. The member must be fully qualified for retention but
denied reenlistment or continuation. This includes a Military Service member who is eligible for
promotion as established by the Secretary of the Military Service concerned, but is denied
reenlistment or continuation on active duty under established promotion or high year of tenure
policies.
b

according to this it looks like someone separated under RCP would be eligible for full severance, does this sound right?


I found a very interesting memorandum dated September 2011 that clarifies what constitutes half-pay and full pay, and unless superceded by something I cannot find, *very* clearly states that RCP qualifies for FULL pay:
http://armypubs.army.mil/epubs/pdf/ad2011_18.pdf
Hope that can help someone.
 
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Good Afternoon SSG V

As I was reading through your posts on RCP, I understood why I am being denied my seperation pay. But, my situation is a little more serious; my ERB has my promotion number on it but I am not promotable in PPW and with 14 years AFS and 2 days less 11 years active duty time, I was told that I do not qualify for seperation pay. I am in the process of getting the sudo-promotion removed from my ERB but it might take time that I do not have left on active duty.
Any suggestions???
However, where can i get a list of the codes and their meanings to safe guard myself against a bad code
 
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New reg on involuntary separation pay

http://www.armytimes.com/story...ration-pay/83647488/

As more soldiers are told the leave, the Army has tried to simplify its guidance for receiving involuntary separation pay.

Laws, directives and policies governing special pays for soldiers who are getting the boot have been consolidated in an entirely new regulation, AR 637-2.

The regulation, Separation Pay (Nondisability) and Levels of Payment, was published April 21, and will take effect May 21.

It applies to Regular Army, Army National Guard and Army Reserve officers and enlisted soldiers who are on active duty or active service.

Until now there has not been a regulation focused specifically on the federal law (Title 10 USC, 1174) and Defense Department policies (DODI 133.2.29) governing involuntary separation pay.

Read more at the above link
 
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