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Military reenlistment codes

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Reenlistment Eligibility (RE) codes are placed on military separation documents and determine whether or not one may reenlist or enlist in a military service at a later time.

Reenlistment eligibility (RE) codes

  • RE-1. Individuals who were fully qualified when last separated and remain qualified for reenlistment.
  • RE-1A. Individuals with over 6 years of service for pay. Fully qualified for enlistment. Ineligible to reenlist for 93 days after the date of separation.
  • RE-1B. Individuals who have not been tested to verify primary MOS during the current term of service. Fully qualified for enlistment.
  • RE-1C. Individuals separated who do not possess scores of 90 or higher in any 3 or more aptitude areas of the ASVAB If tested prior to 1 Oct 1980, or scores of 85 or higher in any 3 or more aptitude areas of the ASVAB if tested on or after 1 Oct 80. Fully qualified for enlistment provided otherwise qualified.
  • RE-2. Individuals separated for the convenience of the Government in accordance with Chapter 5, AR 635-200, (Chapter 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12) and reenlistment is not contemplated. Fully qualified for enlistment/reenlistment (AR 635-200
  • RE-2A. Individuals with over 6 years of service for pay who have incurred an additional service requirement and who decline to meet the additional service requirement through reenlistment or extension and were separated prior to 15 Aug 1977. Fully qualified for enlistment. Ineligible to reenlist in grade and for 93 days after the date of separation.
  • RE-2B. Individuals who were fully qualified when last separated. However, reenlistment not authorized at the time of separation under the enlisted year group management plan. Fully qualified for enlistment.
  • RE-2C. Individuals who were fully qualified when last separated. However, reenlistment not authorized at the time of separation under reenlistment control policy.
  • RE-3. Individuals who are not qualified for continued Army service, but the disqualification is may be waived. Ineligible for enlistment unless a waiver is granted.
  • RE-3A 
  • Section 1. Individuals who do not possess scores of or higher in any 3 or more aptitude areas of the AQB or the ACB. However, this code is o longer used for this disqualification. Fully qualified for enlistment if mental requirements of table 2-1 can be met. Prior service mental requirements are may not be waived. Waiver, if approved, is valid only for providing continuous, unbroken service for RA in-service personnel. 
  • Section 2. Individuals with over 6 years of service for pay who have incurred an additional service equipment and who decline to meet the additional service through reenlistment or extension and were separated on or after 15 Aug 1977. Fully qualified for enlistment. Waiver, if it is approved, is valid only for providing continuous, unbroken service for RA in-service personnel.
  • RE-3B. Individuals who have time lost during their last period of service. Ineligible for enlistment unless a waiver is granted. (paragraphs 2-7 and 2-8a). Applicable to EM who have time lost during their last period of service. 
  • RE-3C. Individuals who have completed over 4 months service who do not meet the pay grade requirements of Chapter 2), or who have been denied enlistment under Qualitative Screening Process pursuant to Chapter 4 AR 600-200. Ineligible for enlistment unless a waiver is granted. Applicable to persons who have completed over 8 months service who do not meet the prior grade and service criterion of the Qualitative Management Program (AR 600-200 Chapter 4). 
  • RE-4. Individuals separated from last period of service with a non-waiverable disqualification (refer to AR 601-280). Ineligible for enlistment except as provided for in paragraphs 2-7c and 2-7d. (See waiverable moral and administrative disqualifications.) Disqualification is non-waivable. 
  • RE-4A. Individuals who did not meet basic eligibility citizenship requirement of Chapter 2, AR 601-280, at time of the last separation from active duty. Ineligible for enlistment unless requirements of table 2-1 can be met. Citizenship requirements are non-waivable. Applicable to EM who fail to meet citizenship requirements. 
  • RE-4R. Individuals retiring after 20 or more years active Federal service (title 10, U. S. Code 3914 or 3917) Ineligible for enlistment.

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