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Anyone here a USUHS grad that retired?

ramairthree

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I have hit my 20 years not counting time at USUHS. (prior service plus time since graduation)

Having a little over twenty years puts me at 50% of base pay retirement.
Adding the almost 4 years of USUHS puts me at 24 years and a 60% of base pay retirement.

The problem is, the retirement packet guys do not know how to put all the time together.
There is a memo and milper message that says it counts once you reach retirement eligiblity, so they have no problem with putting it in.

The issue is, they are not sure how to put it into the DA Form 2339.
They are putting it it in as 1405 time on a DA Form 7301-r.
We are not sure it this is right.

If anyone has done this recently and has a POC, or a different memo with instructions please let me know.
Thank you.
 
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