Posted on Feb 21, 2018
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Im getting a hardship release for finanacial reasons and want to know how long this process would take?
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1LT Manager Of Customer Care
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I'll echo the IRR request. Also, utilize the chain. Politeness, professionalism, and persistence can go a long way in a short amount of time.
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SSG Eddye Royal
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PFC David Duran Being rude can delay the process while your case is being looked at. For one, acting officer in charge is going to ask why did you not go with your unit, which is a standard and valid question, written or not.
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Down vote for spamming everyone's response, you got something to say to PFC D Duran say it to him and move on. Spamming everyone else's response is just being a Prick.
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SSG Eddye Royal
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SFC Kevin Loftin, thats not being a Prick, I just got D.C. and the LEADERSHIP ask me about young soldiers being babied and I work in Cyber Space, and we are needing 10K to 15K people, So I am doing what and giving my experience of running the office and what a LTC is going to ask because I been there, I was that person one, then I went AD.
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SFC Michael Hasbun
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I've never understood how losing your source of income alleviates financial hardship...

*Edit* Oh! Guard. Not your profession... my bad...
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SSG Eddye Royal
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PFC David Duran Being rude can delay the process while your case is being looked at. For one, acting officer in charge is going to ask why did you not go with your unit, which is a standard and valid question, written or not.
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Not sure about your circumstances but I initiated a couple of hardship releases when I was an AGR readiness NCO. Both soldiers were getting released due to financial reasons so they could go Active Duty. When a soldier would come to me with a financial issue due to either no job or low paying job I would try and put that soldier in contact with Guard members that owned or managed a business. Also some soldiers worked at good paying jobs and those businesses were hiring. I feel that no soldier in the Guard or Reserves should be without a full time job, if needed, especially with the sheer number of individuals that serve.
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SSG Eddye Royal
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PFC David Duran Being rude can delay the process while your case is being looked at. For one, acting officer in charge is going to ask why did you not go with your unit, which is a standard and valid question, written or not.
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