Posted on Jul 11, 2018
SGT Healthcare Specialist (Combat Medic)
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I have a soldier who recently transitioned from National Guard to Active.
To simply put it, our S1 is as always understaffed and inexperienced.
1. The soldiers current SRB reads 0 months TIS, however after spending 3 years in the guard she has 6 months active (basic and ait), as well as some extra months in between when she was put on orders. How do we get S1 on the same page as us?
2. Her Leave days are also blank because she has 0 TIS. If we were to correct the TIS, would the leave days populate (as they should), and if not how do we get them to?
3. Her awards were also cleaned off from the guard, is that correct or yet another army mishap.

Couldn't really find anything on the internet to include RP. And the regs are pretty vague about the transition from NG to AR. Any help is appreciated.
Thanks,
Kent.
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SGT Battalion Senior Medic
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I just had this issue my self I was active for 6 years, out did 2 years in the NG and then went back active in NOV of 17. What she has to do is bring all of her supporting documents to the Career counselor(Retention) and have them do Computation of Service form. After that is finished take it to S-1 and have them send it to HRC and DFAS.
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SGM Command Career Counselor
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The Soldier should see the battalion Career Counselor, they can do the service computation. Have the Soldier check their iPerms to see if all documents are present, if not bring them to the CReer Counselor as all supporting docs must be submitted with the 1506. Once the form is complete it will be submitted to DFAS via the Case management System (CMS).
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CPT Lawrence Cable
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OK, when she was discharged from the National Guard, she should have been sent the National Guard equivalent of a DD214, a NGB22. That will have her date of enlistment and her Time In Service will start at that date. She also should have been sent a NGB23 Statement of Retirement Points, which she will need to get retirement credit for her National Guard time. If she doesn't have those documents, I don't know how she would have gone to Active Duty without a NGB22, she should contact the S1 section at the State Headquarters and they should be able to provide copies. The only thing that should have reset is her Date of Rank, which generally resets to the day of Active Enlistment.
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