If you are currently in the Army IRR, an Active duty Recruiter cannot help, you must speak with the Reserves Career Counselor and get into the Reserves and then go speak with an Active Duty Recruiter to do your DD form 368 which is the conditional release form and turn it into the reserve unit. From there it can take up to 6 months before the DD form 368 to return.
I would have to say That depends. It really depends on your BDE policy on conditional releases. One of the units I support can get a conditional release quite easily. For another the General doesn't approve them unless they have a really good reason, and "I want to enlist in the Active Duty" isn't a good enough reason.
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