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Getting back in the ARMY after TDRL?

Getting back in the ARMY after TDRL? Topic: Case service codes
July 22, 2019 / By Hailey
Question: I want to know if anyone has ever gone back to active duty after TDRL. Another question is if your reenlistment code is 4 will the ARMY still allow people back in after TDRL.
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Dolanna Dolanna | 2 days ago
There have been a few folks who have gone back on active duty after a stint on the TDRL. But, those cases are rare. Most times, after enough periodic physicals, the individual is transferred to the PDRL. It doesn't matter if your re-enlistment code is RE-4. If your state of health once again makes you fit for service, you are recalled to active duty to finish up that enlistment. If you are on the TDRL you haven't been discharged. You are retired.
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You already know the answer. You must see your Army recruiter - or another service recruiter - and apply. The recruiter can arrange for physical and other testing. It is quite possible to get a waiver, if you are now qualified for duty. I assume that you now qualify medically and psychologically for duty and have no military or civil violations that would disqualify you. A lot of former servicemen re-enlist, even after the VA has assigned them partial disability. Every case is different, but yours does not sound permanent or severe. You may have a very good chance. Go see your recruiter.
Dolanna Originally Answered: 6 years prior service active army e5 for 7 years to get back in active army?
Christopher, thanks for your service. You're a soldier so i know you appreciate an answer that isnt a lot of bs..The answer is more than likely no. As you know the US is wrapping up a decade worth of war. By this time next year there will be a mass elimination of active duty personal. I have heard at least half. Not everybody is going to want to leave and the military will be in a position to pick and choose. They will most likely not take someone drawing disability or someone who claimed it.This will be their out. You're fine(from what i have read) but its an uphill fight against the Govt. People never win those. Have you considered the CIA or a private security force? I really do wish you luck though. People like you make this country great
Dolanna Originally Answered: 6 years prior service active army e5 for 7 years to get back in active army?
Christopher: trust us.. take NO for an answer. it is not going to happen. you ware wasting your time. you are not going to prove ANYONE wrong, and i would bet you money on it! you have PTSD issues- you would have not gotten a rating if you did not. civilian doctor's opionion doesn't mean BEANS. you recruiter has not put in ANYONE with disabilities, i guarantee it! and...the biggest reason why you are not getting in? YOU ARE PRIOR SERVICE! you (and your supposed recruiter that is helping you with this) needs to read something called the "prior service busness rules". you aren't going back in. accept it. call the guard. but it depends on the Re Code, and my guess is, they will see your can of planters coming from a miels away!
Dolanna Originally Answered: 6 years prior service active army e5 for 7 years to get back in active army?
You cant rejoin, because you are prior service. b) you have medical/mental issues that is kept in check by medications.

Dolanna Originally Answered: The Army/ Dpt of Defense owes me money, how do I get it back?
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