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pdf "Getting Out of the Delayed Entry/Future Soldier Program" Separation Letter Popular

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"Getting Out of the Delayed Entry/Future Soldier Program" Separation Letter

https://nnomy.org/DEPSeparation

Make copies of the letter for yourself.  When mailing the letter, go to the post office and have them attach to the envelope a “Domestic Return Receipt” so that you will receive a signed record that your letter was received.  Now you have legal documentation that your letter was received by the military command

If you have any questions about the regulation or military law, consult with a GI Rights counselor:  The number for the national GI Rights Hotline is 877-447-4487.  Or study the appropriate regulations at: https://girightshotline.org/en/military-knowledge-base/delayed-entry-program-discharge-dep-discharge/.  On that page, find the service you signed up for on the “Delayed Entry Program (DEP)” line. 

pdf Basic DEP brochure (Archived) Popular

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Basic DEP brochure by Center on Conscience and War

pdf Delayed Entry Program - in Spanish Popular

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DEP_Spanish8-04.pdf

pdf Delayed Entry Program/Future Soldiers Training Program Fact Sheet Popular

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DEP-FSTPFactSheet7-3-09.pdf

pdf If you changed your mind, you may not have to go Popular

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Getting out of the Delayed Entry Program."
Also, "RECRUITERS LIE." Two-sided sheet: instructions for getting a DEP enlistment canceled (see Spanish version below), plus an article describing common acts of fraud committed by military recruiters (from Draft NOtices).

pdf Signed Up for the Military and Want to Get Out? Popular

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DEPSeparationBrochure.pdf

You may not have to go.
Here’s the real story on the D.E.P.

Updated and edited 5/2013 by Rick Jankow, Project YANO,
www.projectyano.org.

Adapted from a fact sheet prepared by YaYaNetwork
www.yayanetwork.org

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