Posted on Jan 4, 2022
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I shipped to Basic Training on 9Jan19 and got out the Reserves with a Conditional Reserve in FEB2020. What should my BASD and PEBD reflect?
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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To calculate your BASD you add all the days of active duty and subtract that from the day you went active. In your case, your IET time. Your PEBD should remain the same since you had no break in service, it should be the day you shipped to Basic unless you drilled before basic
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CPT Lawrence Cable
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Do I understand this right? So if you enlisted Active Duty today and had 16 weeks of IET time in the Guard or Reserve, then your BASD would be roughly Sept 5, 2020?
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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CPT Lawrence Cable more like October 2019. 16 weeks is roughly four months, Oct 2019 is month 10, add 4 that's Feb 2020
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CPT Lawrence Cable
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SFC (Join to see) using the wrong enlistment date. Thanks.
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Your TIS will not change when you go from Reserve to Active.....at least for Pay purposes. Some of your dates will have been recalculated. If your Retention NCO said that your new dates are correct but you're asking for regs to back that up.....you could always go back to your Retention NCO and ask them to show you the regs. Nothing says you can't do that.
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MAJ Logistics Officer (S4)
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A Soldier’s BASD should not change. It’s a fixed, absolute date that defines when he or she began service.
The PEBD can change if there is a break in service.
If you participated in battle assemblies prior to basic training, your PEBD should be the date you signed your contract. If you didn't drill, then your PEBD should be the date your started basic training. It should not change just because you moved from reserve to actice duty.
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I received my Conditional Release in February in 15Mar20 and my BASD and PEBD both reflect those days. My retention NCO told me that its right. Is there a reg that I can refer to?
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MAJ Logistics Officer (S4)
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for reservist, the PEBD can be referenced in USAR PAM 37-1
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