Selective Reenlistment for Deployed Soldiers

I am five months into my initial enlistment contract, and heard about the Selective Reenlistment Program for Deployed Soldiers. I came in with a status of single w/o dependents, and would like to be considered as a single soldier with dependents. One way to do this is by reenlisting and I am nowhere near my ETS, can I reenlist under the Reenlistment for Deployed Soldiers now, or when do I have to wait. Also, if given the opportunity to reenlist could I reclass?
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When you are deployed in support of OIF/OEF, you can reenlist regardless of your ETS. You will only be offered Option 1 (Regular Army) or Option 2 (Current Station Stabilization) unless your MOS is overstrength.

What is your MOS?

You can only be offered Option 3 (Army Training Option) if you are within 24-months from ETS; unless your MOS is overstrength.

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