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I started my packet as an in-service and used the USAREC Forms (UF) for the resume/essay and LORs (have two that used digital signatures as active duty). I eventually separated from active duty and now going as a Seat to Street (S2S) with PS. The recruiter said it should be fine and a SWO who looked over my packet hasn't seen it in done like that, but doesn't see a problem with it.

Has anyone submitted a S2S with these forms vice a civilian style resume/essay/LOR format?

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Yes, half of my package was the Army form, and half was just regular paperwork. I got selected first look I was technically S2S but still in the IRR. I think it has more to do with the strength of the packet than the forms used. Your mileage may vary and someone may correct me, but that was my experience on the March 2019 board

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Im in the same boat. Started my packet while I was AD, but when my board meets ill be out of the military completely. I was advised to keep my packet as is, with the 3.2 and 3.3.

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18 hours ago, jkray said:

Yes, half of my package was the Army form, and half was just regular paperwork. I got selected first look I was technically S2S but still in the IRR. I think it has more to do with the strength of the packet than the forms used. Your mileage may vary and someone may correct me, but that was my experience on the March 2019 board

what did you have to do to get out of the IRR?

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3 hours ago, nil5038 said:

what did you have to do to get out of the IRR?

I transferred to the Army from the IRR with a DD-368 conditional release. Im pretty sure that was the only extra document I had, and it proved that the USMC was going to let me go if I got selected. 

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4 hours ago, jkray said:

I transferred to the Army from the IRR with a DD-368 conditional release. Im pretty sure that was the only extra document I had, and it proved that the USMC was going to let me go if I got selected. 

How long did it take? And was the dd368 part of your packet?

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My recruiter told me the release can happen after I’m accepted which I half don’t believe.

ill go into the IRR on Jan 1 but my packet is due on Jan 6th so I’m nervous about the 368 holding me back

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Don’t want to scare you but mine took 4 months to be returned to me. However don’t be afraid to make phone calls. No one cares about your career more than you do. I ended up calling a Major down at manpower to get mine done, I probably shouldn’t have done it, but I was a Capt and about to leave the USMC so what were they gonna do kick me out?

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I've heard 368s from the IRR can be quick as long as you get in contact with the right person. And a recruiter I've been in contact with at HQ told me that stuff can get done post board acceptance but I've heard otherwise majority of the time

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My experience was that the recruiter wouldn’t even talk to me without a signed 368 in hand. And I doubt the board will select you without knowing you have been released from you obligation to another service. But things may have changed in the last 8 months. Do what you need to keep moving forward but don’t count on being able to get this later

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