Posted on Aug 13, 2018
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So, just recently my conditional release was completely approved to go active from national guard. I was also told I was going to meps last week but then projected to go to meps this week. Now, the recruiter is saying that they are waiting on the meps process. Can anyone possibly inform me of what is going on?
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MSG Usarec Liason At Nrpc/Nara
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So if I had to hazard a guess you are waiting for a BOMOP to be completed so you can process without medical action at the MEPS. While it can be done rather quickly sometimes it can take a bit. Be patient once it’s done you’ll hopefully have an easy day at the MEPS
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MSG Wesemann so I'm all squared away for active duty. The problem I have now is the 368 form that was brought to MEPS is a older version of a 368 form I bealive. So they have to get the updated version. My recruiter is going Monday to go up to battalion to get the new 368 form signed but is there is a new soldier over battalion. So not sure how that will work exactly. That or email that form to my S1 to send up to battalion. My recruiter said he will get me in for next week. I'm just honestly worried about how all this will work out.
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Jenna James
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My husband is in a similar situation except he is going Reserves to Active. He's been waiting to go to MEPS for 3 weeks now. Recruiter says it's the fingerprints that is holding him up, which I find hard to believe since he's already in the system... but fingers crossed he'll go this coming week. So tired of waiting!
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SPC (Join to see), yeah. You’re waiting on MEPS. It’s the government and it runs slow. Be patient and follow your recruiters guidance.

Believe me, the recruiter wants to get rid of you just as bad as you want to leave for active.
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I appreciate the information SFC Johnston.
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