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  1. #1
    MAX STEEL is offline Cadet
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    Dd 214 Reentry Code Question

    I seperated from the Air Force Active Duty in Aug 2001 after ten years of service, I was thinking of trying to go back and become a Tactical Air Command And Control Apprentice when I was in the Air Force my AFSC was 3POx1,

    I recieved an Honorable discharge but am curious if any one knows what the Reentry code 4D means?

    Thanks for any replies

    Max Steel

  2. #2
    FLdeputy Guest
    A reentry code of "1" means no problems.

    So a code of "4D" means something else.

    Check with a recruiter if you don't get an answer here.

    FLdeputy

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    MAX STEEL is offline Cadet
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    Thanks I was going to contact the recruiter tomorrow, but just was curious if anyone knew what it meant before monday.

    Thanks again

    Max Steel

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    MAX STEEL is offline Cadet
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    Thanks I was going to contact the recruiter tomorrow, but just was curious if anyone knew what it meant before monday.

    Thanks again

    Max Steel

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    kels is offline Officer
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    Wink

    According to one of the guys I work with,
    A 3 or 4 was ok, a 1 or 2 was bad news.
    He said he was a 2Q in 1982 (discharge
    related to prior injury)
    When he asked someone in the USAF
    about it, they laughed and said to read
    it as 2 questionalbe to let in again.
    Best wishes

  6. #6
    Richbrew77 Guest
    What a great question, it got me very curious... So I looked it up and here are my results:

    RE-1A - Ineligible to reenlist, but condition waived

    RE-1J - Eligible to reenlist but elected to separate

    RE-1K - Career airmen

    RE-1M - Eligible to reenlist

    RE-1P- Eligible to reenlist

    RE-1Q- Eligible to reenlist

    RE-1R- 1st term airmen selected for reenlistment

    RE-1T- Eligible to reenlist ANG and WSAFR airmen serving involuntary or involuntary EAD

    RE-12- recommended for reenlistment

    RE-13- recommended for reenlistment

    RE-14- recommended for reenlistment

    RE-2A- HQ AFPC denied reenlistment oppo for quality reasons

    RE-2B- Discharged under General or other-than-honorable conditions

    RE-2C- Involuntary separation with Honorable disch

    RE-2D- Returned POW w/less 6 months active duty

    RE-2E- Serving a period of probation and rehab

    RE-2F- Undergoing, or separated while undergoing rehab in a DoD regional confinement fac'y

    RE-2G- Participating in Substance Abuse Reorientation and Treatment prog for drugs, or has failed to complete reorientation.

    RE-2H- Participating in Substance Abuse Reorientation and Treatment prog for alcohol, or has failed to complete reorien

    RE-2I- Non U.S. citizen serving on initial enlistment

    RE-2J- Under investigation by mili or civ auth which may result in discharge or court-martial

    RE-2K- Formally notified of involuntary separation

    RE-2L- Civil court charges pending for offense the MCM authorizes confinement; or court martial charges preferred; or court martial conviction under appellate review

    RE-2M- Serving sentence or suspended CM sentence; or separated while serving or suspended CM sentence

    RE-2N- Religiouus conscientious objector preclude unrestricted assignment

    RE-2P- AWOL; deserter dropped from rolls

    RE-2Q- Medically retired or discharged

    RE-2R- Airman within 23 months of 55th birthday; completed at least 18 years

    RE-2S- Airman within 23 months of 55th birthday; completed at least 18 years

    RE-2T- Possesses HYT date of at least 20 years; within 23 months of HYT date

    RE-2U- HYT date of at least 20 years

    RE-2V- Applied for retirement, or retirement approved

    RE-2W- Retired and recalled to active duty

    RE-2X- 1st term, 2nd term or career airman considered but not selected for reenlistment

    RE-3A- 1st airman separating before 36 months; or 1st term, no prior svc; females learning of pregnancy prior to enlistment

    RE-3B- 1st or 2nd term or career airman ineligible to reenlist, ineligibility condition no longer exists

    RE-3C- 1st term airman not yet considered under SRP

    RE-3D- 2nd term airman who refused to get PCS or TDY retainability

    RE-3E- 2nd term or career airman who refused to get retainability for training or retraining or delined to attend PME

    RE-3I- Airman selected for reenlistment, by HQ AFPC removed the airman's name from the CJR waiting list within 5 months of DOS

    RE-3K- Reserved for use by HQ AFPC or AFB for Correction of Mili Rcds when no other reenlistment eligibility code applies

    RE-3S- Separated w/Special Sep Benefit

    RE-3V- Separated w/Vol Sep Incentive

    RE-4A- Hardship or dependency disch

    RE-4B- Exceeding body fat standards disch

    RE-4C- Concealment of juvenile rcds; or minority, or faliure to meet phys standards; or failure to obtain 9.0 reading grade

    RE-4D- Snr airman or Sgt w at least 9 yrs TAFMS but fewer than 16 yrs

    RE-4E- A1C or below completed 31 or more months; 1st term airman; or A1C or below w

    RE-4F- 5 or more days lost time. Waiver req for reenlistment

    RE-4G- No AFSC skill level commensurate w/grade

    RE-4H- Serving suspended punishment to Art 15

    RE-4I- Serving on Control Roster

    RE-4J- Entered in Phase I AF Weight Prog; or airman ineligible for period of Phase II

    RE-4K- Medically disqualified for continued svc; or pending evaluation by MEB/PEB

    RE-4L- Separated commissioning prog

    RE-4M- Breach of enlistment/reenlistment agreement

    RE-4N- Convicted by civil auth

    RE-4- RE-3/93 recommended for reenlistment

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    Sheriff'02 is offline Rookie
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    Just a little more quick info the codes are specific to the service for the most part they are the same this comes off the airforce codes posted above
    These codes are contained on military discharge documents and determine whether or not one may reenlist or enlist in a military service at a later time. In general, those who receive an Air Force RE Code of 1 may reenlist in the Air Force or another service with no problem. Individuals with an Air Force RE Code of "2" are usually ineligible to reenlist in the Air Force, but might be eligible to join another military service, if the circumstances which resulted in the code no longer apply, or if a waiver is issued. Individuals with an RE Code of "3" can normally reenlist in the Air Force or another Service, but will probably require a waiver to be processed. Individuals with an Air Force RE Code of "4" are normally not eligible to reenlist in the Air Force, nor join another service.
    here is a link for looking up other service codesdischarge codes all branches

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    RoscoeRuhl is offline Lieutenant
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    An RE code of 1-3 is usually good for reenlistment purposes. A code of 4 normally indicates that there's something more specific and usually doesn't allow enlistment/reenlistment.

    For specifics, you'll need to consult someone who can get the exact information. It's possible that with an RE4, you may have some options, however each case is different and that's why you need to investigate further.

    The SPN code on the DD 214 tells the specific reason for the discharge and the RE number alone isn't going to tell the real story.

    Have a great day!


 

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