Posted on Jun 2, 2019
SPC Kevin West
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SSG Brian G.
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Need a little more information here. Is the person already out of the military and had their RE code changed after the fact or just what here? Hard to answer that question without a little backstory.
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SPC Kevin West
SPC Kevin West
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out of the military and had the re code change after the fact without notice
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SSG Brian G.
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I have never heard of that. Soldier goes through the mandatory processes to exit and are assigned an RE code that is reflected on their paperwork and DD-214. What is there should be it. If there is some change, then it should just be a typo as some administrative type made a mistake.
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SGT Javier Silva
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SPC Kevin West - Did you sign your DD-214? Do you have it in hand? If so, changes to your DD-214 requires a DD-215. Officially your re-code is 3, from what I've been reading in this post. You can definitely fight it if you'd like. Are you looking at getting back in the service?

https://arba.army.pentagon.mil/change-re-code.html
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SSgt Russell Stevens
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They shouldn't able to change the re-code. In my case I got out of the Air Force and about three years later the Navy contacted me to update whatever Navy form they had in mind. They not only changed my re-code they also changed the branch of service I separated from. Once I showed them MY dd-214 they got the idea they were talking to the wrong guy.
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