Posted on Nov 25, 2019
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I’m in the National Guard and I suffered a fractured hip in training during my 11B AIT a couple months ago and I have to reclass as an 42A does anyone know what the process is like and what my timetable is before I get to my new unit for AIT? I already signed my 4707 and I’m wondering how long it will take before I leave I am currently a holdover.
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MAJ Javier Rivera
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Hold your horses Kemohsabee!!!!

1. You need to focus on a full recovery from your injury. No shortcuts!!!!
2. Not sure how the NG tackle the issue but do not get released from active duty unless a full care package is in place. Remember, you left the MEPS 100% fit and healthy.
3. Your next MOS training will required you to be fully recovered.
4. Talking about reclassifying, is 42A offered to you by your unit?
5. See #1
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I’ve already been cleared and got my RTD and yes I’ve was giving a few choices and I picked 42A
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MAJ Javier Rivera
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PFC (Join to see), make sure everything is well documented!!!!!
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CPL Gary Pifer
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Keep all your records for VA disability.
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From what I’ve seen, any hip fracture in basic training that leads to a discharge is uncatagorized or GUHC and the Military deams the injury to have occurred prior to service
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It all depends on the availability of class seats for you to get a slot. This time can vary from a couple days to a couple months. Additionally, if you haven't been medically cleared from your OSUT injury, this could also affect the processing time.
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