Posted on Apr 11, 2019
SSG Unit Supply Specialist
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I reported to my new unit without any physical orders and only a welcome letter in ACT. I am an interpost transfer and I was unaware that I still needed to attend a levy brief to receive the physical orders. A lady at SSC informed me that I need to sign a da form 234 to accept or deny the orders. If I deny the orders what will happen? I’ve already re-enlisted for the new unit so why would I have have the choice of accepting or denying? Please inform me. Thank you in advance.
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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You are not an interpost transfer, you are a no cost PCS. The difference being that an interpost transfer is handled internally by a 4187 from a parent unit moving you within its organization. If you have to attend the levy brief then you were placed on assignment by HRC making it a PCS. If you move from one MACOM to another, such moving from. FORSCOM to TRADIC or USASOC then that move has to be coordinated through HRC and it's a PCS.
If you requested the assignment through your reenlistment, then you can go back to your career counselor and request to have it deleted. You can't request a different unit, that's not how reassignment section works. They process what your orders say. If you want a different unit, you will have to delete your assignment and then work with your branch manager for a new assignment. No guarantees there, though.
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CSM Darieus ZaGara
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A denial without warrant would be detrimental to your future growth. As a Soldier you have certain responsibilities, one of those is your integrity. You r-enlisted for this assignment, your gaining hitvis coontingvon you as a part of a deployable package in support of our nations bidding. Your reputation would be soiled. However, if you have a valid reason, such as a medical or the like you will be fine. Let your conscience be your guide. Thank you for your service.
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CSM, thank you for your input. I have accepted the orders.
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