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DD368 for being on the IRR for another branch?

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Your contract/commission should tell you if you have a remaining MSO after leaving active duty, usually sometimes called a reserve component obligation or something equivalent in the Navy. Typically for officers it is 8 years. If you leave before the MSO, you will be put in IRR and require a 368 to move over to the Army.


The 368 requires a signature from a recruiter, don't think there is a way around it. So you will need one to sign it before it makes it up to your service component for approval. Like Mike said, it is typically approved without issues barring a major world conflict.

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