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MGomez81
02-13-2005, 23:30
Does anyone know what the reentry codes stand for?

Say, what it means if you have a 1? or a 3? etc..


Thank you.

jay.shebuski
02-14-2005, 13:16
..not to come off badly here..but what is your need to know?

Jay

Squid.HM2
02-14-2005, 14:05
you have a REO-?

jwalk2515
02-14-2005, 15:26
having a 1 or 1a means you are good to go for reenlistment, 2 or 3 means you have obstacles to overcome, and I believe that a 4 means not a chance. You can look at the forums at military.com for more precise answers.

Pretty much anything other than a 1 means you did not get out at the end of an completed term of enlistment with an honorable.

MGomez81
02-15-2005, 12:55
Originally posted by jay.shebuski
..not to come off badly here..but what is your need to know?

Jay


I have a DD-214 and I was curious about possibilities.

BinLurking
02-15-2005, 19:26
Reentry Codes (Navy). Not sure how close they are to the other services:

RE-R1 Recommended for preferred reenlistment
RE-1 Eligible for reenlistment
RE-1E Eligible for reenlistment, but not reenlisted due to
ENCORE regulations
RE-2 Ineligible for reenlistment because of the following
status:
- Fleet Reserve
- Retired (except for transfer to TDRL)
- Commissioned officer
- Warrant officer
RE-3 Eligible for reenlistment except for disqualifying
factor. Add letter to indicate status at time of
separation:
RE-3A Alien (Discharged under MILPERSMAN 1910-127)
RE-3B Parenthood/Pregnancy/Childbirth
RE-3C Conscientious objector
RE-3E Inducted/Enlisted/Extended/Reenlisted in error
RE-3G Condition (not physical disability) interfering
with performance of duty.
RE-3H Hardship/Dependency
RE-3J Failed entry level drug test, not drug
dependent
RE-3K Disenrolled from Naval Academy or other officer
program
RE-3M Ineligible for reenlistment in current rating
RE-3P Physical disability (includes discharge and
transfer to TDRL)
RE-3Q Disqualified for officer candidate training (not
physically qualified for appointment as officer
in the naval service)
RE-3R Not meeting the professional growth criteria
(See OPNAVINST 1160.5C)
RE-3S Surviving family member
RE-3U Minority age
RE-3X Nonswimmer
RE-3Y Received Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI)
RE-3Z Received Special Separation Benefit (SSB)
RE-4 Ineligible for reenlistment
RE-5 USNR-R released after serving 90 or more days of Active
Duty for Training (ADT). Returned to Reserve
Unit/activity without reenlistment eligibility being
determined.
RE-6 Ineligible or denied reenlistment due to High Year
Tenure
RE-7 Completing the initial 2-year active duty obligation
under the 2x8 Naval Reserve Program.

jay.shebuski
02-16-2005, 15:43
MGomez,

...well,..just some friendly words of advise:)

If you alter the document (ie change the code) and present it to someone, in pursuit of a job, veteran's benefits, etc..your taking a "significant" risk of prosecution (ie it's against the law).

Recommend that you don't do that.

..if your interested in re-enlisting, just take your 214 to a recruiting station and ask if your qualified to re-enlist?

Jay

MGomez81
02-17-2005, 19:12
Wow. Well, I had no intention of the sort (forging a government document).

You'd have to be, excuse my bluntness here, pretty G-D stupid to think you'd get away with that.

Thank you all for your input, though when I said possibilities I thoroughly only meant possibilities of going back into the service. Thread dismissed now.

reconvic
03-11-2005, 14:22
Same on my Marine DD-214 I am RE-1 on box 15





Originally posted by BinLurking
Reentry Codes (Navy). Not sure how close they are to the other services:

RE-R1 Recommended for preferred reenlistment
RE-1 Eligible for reenlistment
RE-1E Eligible for reenlistment, but not reenlisted due to
ENCORE regulations
RE-2 Ineligible for reenlistment because of the following
status:
- Fleet Reserve
- Retired (except for transfer to TDRL)
- Commissioned officer
- Warrant officer
RE-3 Eligible for reenlistment except for disqualifying
factor. Add letter to indicate status at time of
separation:
RE-3A Alien (Discharged under MILPERSMAN 1910-127)
RE-3B Parenthood/Pregnancy/Childbirth
RE-3C Conscientious objector
RE-3E Inducted/Enlisted/Extended/Reenlisted in error
RE-3G Condition (not physical disability) interfering
with performance of duty.
RE-3H Hardship/Dependency
RE-3J Failed entry level drug test, not drug
dependent
RE-3K Disenrolled from Naval Academy or other officer
program
RE-3M Ineligible for reenlistment in current rating
RE-3P Physical disability (includes discharge and
transfer to TDRL)
RE-3Q Disqualified for officer candidate training (not
physically qualified for appointment as officer
in the naval service)
RE-3R Not meeting the professional growth criteria
(See OPNAVINST 1160.5C)
RE-3S Surviving family member
RE-3U Minority age
RE-3X Nonswimmer
RE-3Y Received Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI)
RE-3Z Received Special Separation Benefit (SSB)
RE-4 Ineligible for reenlistment
RE-5 USNR-R released after serving 90 or more days of Active
Duty for Training (ADT). Returned to Reserve
Unit/activity without reenlistment eligibility being
determined.
RE-6 Ineligible or denied reenlistment due to High Year
Tenure
RE-7 Completing the initial 2-year active duty obligation
under the 2x8 Naval Reserve Program.

Glocks&Ducs
03-13-2005, 01:47
From what I can tell, the Navy list is about three times longer than the Marine Corps one.

I recieved an RE-1B, it is not on the Navy list, I can enter any of the other branches but I am not eligible to re-enlist in the Marine Corps due to having reached service limitaions. The only thing is if I do join another branch I have to pay back that fat chunk of change they gave me. No thanks.

BinLurking
03-13-2005, 09:26
Originally posted by Glocks&Ducs
I recieved an RE-1B, it is not on the Navy list, I can enter any of the other branches but I am not eligible to re-enlist in the Marine Corps due to having reached service limitaions. Is it that hard to get promoted in the Marine Corps? I thought if you had a pulse, it's an automatic promotion.. LOL j/k. Seriously, I don't think you can transfer to the Navy if you have reached your high year tenure (HYT) of your paygrade.

RENEA
03-13-2005, 11:40
Mine is RE-1 after 10 years active duty.

reconvic
03-16-2005, 16:09
Do you know Bones USMC?
I beleive you belong to morning coffee, let me know if so.Bones and me go back a ways.







Originally posted by RENEA
Mine is RE-1 after 10 years active duty. :cool: http://www.hunt101.com/img/260238.gif

RENEA
03-18-2005, 17:44
Originally posted by reconvic
Do you know Bones USMC?
I beleive you belong to morning coffee, let me know if so.Bones and me go back a ways.







:cool: http://www.hunt101.com/img/260238.gif

???

charlisity
03-26-2005, 09:53
Mine says re-1. How long is it good for?

jwalk2515
03-27-2005, 09:39
Originally posted by charlisity
Mine says re-1. How long is it good for?

its good forever, its basically just a classifier of your prior service. Reenlisting still falls under age and medical conditions