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They could, as in it is physically possible, but they won't. Once you're on assignment your assignment has passed through about 19 different validation steps. Your branch manager would have to request an exception to cancel your assignment and start the process over for a new assignment. Unless you have a valid reason - an actual need - your branch managers boss is not going to approve that.
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Unless he was some how disqualified from the assignment? Medical, clearance, EFMP, etc.
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LTC Jason Mackay that's what I mean by an actual need, as opposed to just a want
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Has this happened or is this a "what if" Drill?
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