Posted on May 7, 2020
SPC Motor Transport Operator
9.39K
7
5
2
2
0
I sent up a hotline so I can re-enlist and PCS on April 17th, I check in with retention once a week and still haven’t heard anything back. I know that the timeline differs depending on the duty station and MOS but it’s been almost 3 weeks and I know other soldiers in the same MOS/rank who sent up their hotline and heard back within the same week, who sent their hotline up after I did. Could it be taking so long due to me having to waive joint domicile? My husband ETSes on Wednesday so I was wondering if they could possibly be waiting on his ETS to get back to me.
Avatar feed
Responses: 3
SFC Retention Operations Nco
2
2
0
The processing time for a MACP hotline is up to 30 days
(2)
Comment
(0)
SPC Motor Transport Operator
SPC (Join to see)
2 y
We waived joint domicile/MACP as he ETSes on Wednesday. Will it still take 30 days?
(0)
Reply
(0)
SFC Retention Operations Nco
SFC (Join to see)
2 y
SPC (Join to see) it takes as long as it takes, up to 30 days.
(1)
Reply
(0)
Avatar small
SGT Battalion Retention Nco
2
2
0
It can take up to 30 Days.
(2)
Comment
(0)
Avatar small
SGT Cargo Specialist
0
0
0
Also, you've surely got to realize that with the Army, especially with this COVID situation, EVERYTHING, is going to be longer, and more miserable.
(0)
Comment
(0)
Avatar small

Join nearly 2 million former and current members of the US military, just like you.

close