Posted on Jul 29, 2019
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Prior Active Navy now in Reserves and I am participating in Army ROTC this fall while in Grad School. I am moving to GA in order to do grad school so will be transferring to the NOSC there. I am working with my ROTC unit to get my 368 together in order to submit it to my reserve unit, but I havnt moved there yet or have a POC at my new NOSC. Should I reach out to the NC1 at NOSC ATL in order to submit this DD 368?

I dont have to officially contract as a cadet until December, but I would prefer to not have to drill, do ROTC, and be a full time grad student all at once. What is the turn around usually?

Thanks in advance
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The 368 can take some time depending on the responsiveness of the command. The actual unit you are assigned to when you are requesting the release would be responsible for submitting it. However, usually Commanders are pretty flexible with ROTC cadets. I know quite a few Army Reservists who are ROTC and are SMPs. They get excused by the Commander from UTAs to perform ROTC assemblies. It may be the easier option since December is only 5 months away.
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Thank you, CSM!
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LTC John Mohor
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It really depends on your Naval COC since you belong to them until your properly released. I’d try the informal reaching out you mentioned to see if you can grease the skids. Weekend drlll, ROTC Field Training exercises can all make a time crunch while in Grad School for sure!
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LTC John Mohor
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Good Luck in ROTC PO3 Joshua Cushing!
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LTC John Mohor - Thank you, Sir! I look forward to starting my Army career.
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Im in the reserves so the process might be slightly different but enerally you can contact an army retention counselor to find units that are located where your moving to. Once you get their contact information you can reach out to the new commander to see if they will permit you to RST your drills there until your transfer or discharge is complete. You can also usually make up drills plus or minus 90 days. The only exception is you can't perform drills that aren't within the same fiscal year. The army has something called the simultaneous membership program where you attend drills during your rotc program and can get paid e5 pay for attendance. Hope this info helps and good luck
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