I can always count on you to rip the silver lining out of the cloud. ;Ddapaterson said:Except you keep your DEUs - so they'll want him in 3Bs every day then...
Haggis said:I can always count on you to rip the silver lining out of the cloud. ;D
I believe the OP is an Armd Corps Reservist which means he will be required to turn in his regimental accouterments and be unable to wear DEU properly.
Whether in uniform, or civvies , or coveralls , it sounds like a pretty boring way to spend your last 30 days. ( When not busy doing admin, of course. )Milhouser911 said:, I will be required to report to work every day, in uniform, during all regular working hours unless I have identified an appointment to them in advance.
Milhouser911 said:Here's some cynicism for you: After being contacted and corrected by the transition centre, my CoC has decided that even though I cannot be employed, I will be required to report to work every day, in uniform, during all regular working hours unless I have identified an appointment to them in advance.
They wanted to say no (In fact they did say no, and that they didn't support my original request in any way), were told they HAD to say yes, and then worked hard to ensure that the difference between "yes" and "no" was minimal.
I'm fucking done with this unit. I will never regret leaving this particular hole and its incompetent, selfish, malicious denizens.
Jarnhamar said:It sounded like he was saying members who don't have appointments on a given day are fully able to be employed by their chain of command. It's not a leave you alone for 30 days type thing.
Eye In The Sky said:I can't see how the direction could be any clearer. Am I mental or something?
Relick said:The direction is clear on WHAT the member is to be doing, and that the unit can't employ the member. It ISN'T clear on where the member is supposed to be during the work day and not actively engaged in transition activities such as an appointment. Nor is it clear on whether the member needs to remain accountable to their supervisor even if that means an email or a text every couple of days saying "I'm still alive and progressing my transition checklist."