Posted on Oct 3, 2021
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My soldier just informed me that he has a email from hrc stating that his orders have been deleted due to reclassification (del/def). He has already sent the branch manager an email for more info as to why but wonted to reach out here to try and help him out more.
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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If he's being reclassed that is the reason. His previous orders were to fill a (most likely) 19K1 position, your Soldier will now be a new MOS going to a new MOS.

What sense would it make to send a Soldier to their last orders position when that old position may not have that MOS at that location? How are you going to send someone who is now ADA and only has four locations they're authorized, to a track unit that doesn't have Patriot missiles?
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LTC Jason Mackay
LTC Jason Mackay
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…HRC rarely asks for any command permission. On anything. Sometimes your lucky to know anything happened at all.
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MSG Thomas Currie
MSG Thomas Currie
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LTC Jason Mackay - Ain't that the truth!

I bumped up against a classic case of that when 1st PERSCOM suddenly noticed that the Berlin Bde where I was stationed had three senior NCOs holding an ASI that was in short supply throughout USAREUR but the Bde had no official slots for that ASI, just a back room deal with the branch manager for one slot because branch admitted they forgot to update the applicable TO&E. Things got very interesting before it all settled out.
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SGM Bill Frazer
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Alex, HRC rules all your Command as very little to do with it. The only one who can say is his branch manager. Did he reclass? maybe the MOS is no longer open or the requirements have changed. Maybe his class is full for the next year. Could be an accident, only HRC knows.
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CSM Darieus ZaGara
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If they stated for purpose of re-classification it is related to a change in MOS. If he has not submitted and been approved for a reclass he will find out when Branch responds it his inquiry. These type issues are usually resolved quicker by phone, a call that the individual can make. In any case your unit S1 should also be able to see his records to determine the issue.
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