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    Question early-out chits

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    do they usually approve them for school??

    rumor around the ship is that they have been rejecting all early-out chits because they are "too critical to the mission"

    dh is enrolled to start school in august & needs his early out chit in order to go

    are they more likely to approve it because it's for school??
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    anyone know?
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    I hope he gets it and will be able to get out and start school I'll keep my fingers crossed. I hear they are trying to get rid of people out of the navy fast so they might just do it (for budget reasons). Keep me updated!!
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    Well it's hit or miss and the PCS Freeze would be the reason for denial since they wouldn't be able to fill his billet quickly. He should look at the Early Transition Program the Navy came out with DEC 08. The CO can personally release him 90 days early for school anyways. When is his EAOS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC@SEA View Post
    Well it's hit or miss and the PCS Freeze would be the reason for denial since they wouldn't be able to fill his billet quickly. He should look at the Early Transition Program the Navy came out with DEC 08. The CO can personally release him 90 days early for school anyways. When is his EAOS?
    it's not until Oct 30, 2009. so he was getting out in august for school. (i guess because of the Early Transition Program, like you said )
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    So the earliest the CO can personally let him out is 90 days prior for education. I don't see why he wouldn't approve that.

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