Enlistment in the Army National Guard for Prior Service Applicants
(1) Applicant has been awarded the Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross, or Silver Star Medal.
(2) Applicant is a partially disabled, combat-wounded Army veteran with fewer than 20 years of Service as defined in 10 USC 3925.
IAW AOC: All qualifying service must be verified by Active Duty Statements of Service (DD214/DD215/DD220) and/or Reserve Component retirement point statements. NGB Form 22 that indicates retirement service for pay can be used.
Citizenship will be verified, per Chapter 2. Under 10 USC 504, an applicant is eligible for enlistment if the applicant is-
a. A citizen of the United States.
b. An alien who has been lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence, including a conditional lawful permanent resident.
c. A national of the United States (see para 2-4 for verification of citizenship).
d. A citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, the Republic of Marshall Islands, or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (see para 2-4 for specific requirements).
e. Any other person if the Secretary of the Army has authorized the enlistment pursuant to the statutory authority under 10 USC 504 (see para 2-4).
c. PS applicants will enlist using name on DD Form 214 (Certificate Of Release or Discharge From Active Duty) or NGB Form 22 (Report of Separation and Record of Service) unless changed through marriage.
2-6. Social Security Number
a. No person will be tested or processed for enlistment into the ARNG without a social security number (SSN).
b. IAW SMOM 14-041, the following forms are acceptable for verification of SSN to initiate MEPS processing and enlist.
(1) Social Security Card issued by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Card must be original and legible. A laminated card is acceptable.
(2) Completed SS-5 Application for a Social Security Card signed by the applicant and the receipt from SSA indicating the application for a replacement SSN has been received.
(3) DD Form 214
(4) DD Form 215
(5) NGB Form 22
(6) W-2 Tax Statement
(7) SSN Card Stub
(8) Document/letter on SSA letterhead with name and SSN
(9) Social Security Administration SSN Printout (numident)
a. Applicant is eligible for enlistment if he or she has a qualifying aptitude score for MOS in which enlisting and specific test score requirements of the MOS or option for which enlisting. AFQT is not required for eligibility. Note: PS applicants with AFQT less than 31 are eligible. They are not restricted by CATIV requirements/open windows.
b. All applicants must have ASVAB scores to enlist. ASVAB results (most recent) obtained from Defense Manpower Data Center may be used regardless of test date, provided all line scores are present.
c. The MOS aptitude area test score does not apply if enlisting in former MOS.
d. When using previous test scores, counselors must follow MOS guidance listed in DA Pam 611-21, as the ASVAB test has been revised several times and test score requirements will vary according to test date.
IAW AOC Para 3-6.
(1) Applicants must have a qualifying aptitude area score for the MOS for which enlisting. No exceptions authorized. PS applicants are eligible to enlist with verifiable test scores or retest scores in an aptitude area for which enlisting. An overall AFQT percentile is not required. If the ASVAB score cannot be verified the individual must be re-tested. PS applicants do not need to meet the aptitude area score for an MOS in which they are already qualified. This includes qualifications from other services that convert to an Army MOS or if the applicant is enlisting under the Civilian Acquired Skills Program (CASP). PS from other components may be considered for a career path based on the guidance in the DODI 1312.01 (Occupational Conversion Index). Under no circumstances will MOS orders be issued for PS applicants from sister services without obtaining the proponent determination. Request for MOS determination will be forwarded from the unit/recruiting command through the State MILPO to DARNG (ARNG-TR), 111 South George Mason Drive, Arlington, VA 22204-1382 for forwarding to the Army proponent for final determination.
(2) PS applicants must become deployable within 24 months from date of enlistment or be subject to discharge.b. Documentation to verify ASVAB.
(1) MEPCOM Form PCN 680-3ADP.
(2) Current REDD Report or RDMS printout.
(3) DA Form 1811.
(4) Soldier Record Brief.
(5) DD Form 1966/1 (last period of service).
(6) Any verified record of prior service test score or document for retest scores.
a. All PS applicants who are required to attend BCT will take a full physical at MEPS.
b. For Prior Service Army applicants and Prior Service members from other services refer to SMOM 16-008.
c. For ARNG, applicants with military status may conditionally enlist without regard to drug and alcohol test results; however they must be tested at their unit of assignment within 30 days of enlistment. If the results are positive, the Soldier will be discharged in accordance with applicable separation policy.
d. All other guidance refer to AR 601-210 para 3-7.
Note: IAW AOC approval authority for dependent waivers is TAG. Dependency issues must be reviewed by the State JAG.
a. See paragraph 2-10 for definition of dependents and verification requirements.
b. An applicant meets dependency requirements of this rule if he or she-
(1) Has no spouse and no dependents.
(2) Has no spouse and is required by court order to pay child support for two or fewer dependents, regardless of grade.
(3) Has an entry grade of E-2 or below, is married, and in addition to the spouse has two or fewer additional dependents.
(4) Have an entry grade of E-3, is married, and in addition to the spouse has three or fewer additional dependents.
(5) Has no spouse, and has an entry grade of E-3 or above, and is required by court order to pay child support for three or fewer dependents.
(6) Has an entry grade of E-4 or above and is married.
(7) Is an applicant whose spouse is a member of the Regular Component or RC of any Service (excluding IRR), has one or more dependents under the age of 18
c. An applicant does not met dependency requirements if-
(1) The applicant has no spouse, but has custody of one or more dependents under the age of 18. TAG may consider waiver.
(2) The applicant is processing as part of a husband and wife team, both are required to attend training at the same time, and combined they have one or more dependents in their household under the age of 18. TAG may consider waiver.
d. Any applicant for ARNG enlistment who previously served in the U.S. Armed Forces on AD and became a single parent while on AD, and was separated due to a hardship IAW AR 635-200, will not be disqualified for enlistment based upon this fact if the person is otherwise qualified for enlistment.
b. For ARNG enlistment the following apply:
(1) Enlistment into the ARNG is authorized for current and former officers.
(2) Officers applying for enlistment must meet eligibility criteria of chapter 3.
(3) All applicants must have ASVAB test results and have a physical examination according to AR 601-210 and AR 40-501.
(4) Current RC officers will resign their commission by submitting a letter of resignation to the Commander, HRC. The letter of resignation should request the effective date to be the day prior to the enlistment date of the officer. A guidance counselor will ensure that the letter of resignation is mailed on the day of enlistment. This will ensure that if the officer declines enlistment or is otherwise not enlisted that their resignation is not unintentionally submitted.
(5) Paragraph 3-18 provides grade determination rules for former or current officers who enlist. An officer will not be awarded an MOS based solely on unit vacancies, but also on the officer’s past military training and experience and his or her ability to meet the prerequisites for the relevant MOS. In most instances, the Soldier will be placed in a “will train” position, regardless of the former branch of the former officer. Recruiting battalion commanders will take care to ensure that grade authorization up to E-5 is based on the whole person concept and does not interfere with or otherwise compromise the integrity of the unit’s promotions of Soldiers with continuous service.
(1) Remaining MSO must enlist for remainder of MSO with a minimum of one year served in a drilling status. Applicants that require BCT will enlist for a minimum of three years.
(2) No remaining MSO and is DMOSQ must enlist in the ARNG (drilling status) for minimum of one year.
(3) No remaining MSO and requires BCT, or is not DMOSQ, must enlist for a minimum of three years. Note: PS applicants who enlist as 18 series MOS refer to PPOM 16-012.
(1) At least 12 months or more remaining on their current contractual obligation must enlist in the ARNG for the entire balance of their contractual obligation. All time must be served in a drilling status.
(2) Less than 12 months remaining contractual obligation must enlist in the ARNG (drilling status) for a minimum of one year.
(3) No remaining contractual obligation must enlist in the ARNG (drilling status) for minimum of one year.
(1) Must enlist in a drilling status for a period of years, months and days equal to or greater than the unfulfilled portion of their original MSO, but not less than 1 year.
(2) At a minimum, they must serve the remainder of their MSO in a drilling status, or any period (in whole years) beyond that, up to 6 years.
(2)(a) DA Form 1696 (Enlistment/Reenlistment Qualifying Application).
(b) DD Form 214 and DD Form 215 (if applicable) from last enlisted and/or officer active service, DD Form 220, or NGB Form 22.
(c) A copy of applicant’s USMEPCOM authorized document that clearly displays applicant’s ASVAB date and results.
(d) Letter from Selected Reserve unit acknowledging break in service over 48 months. Letter must also state accepted grade, MOS, paragraph, line, and position number the applicant is being accepted into. If applicant is enlisting into an MOS that he or she has not previously held, Selected Reserve unit must also acknowledge their agreement that the applicant possesses the technical or administrative skills needed for the enlistment MOS.
(e) Letter from applicant stating why his or her grade should be maintained.
(f) For determinations in the grade of E-6 or higher, request must also include all Noncommissioned Officer Education System completion certificates and any other supporting documentation.
Note: IAW AR 601-210 para 3-17a(1) - Higher grade is authorized using paragraphs 2-18a(5) through (8), if it is more advantageous to the applicant. Similar authority in AR 601-210 para 3-5b.b. May enlist in current grade if enlisting into a valid position vacancy and there is no projected fill from a valid and current Enlisted Promotion List (EPS) list (requires coordination of State Enlisted Promotion Manager). If applicant is enlisting into a position that is projected to be filled from a valid and current EPS list, the State CSM must approve the enlistment. Applicants must be qualified in the MOS for which enlisting. Refer to NGR 600-200 for other assignment restrictions. All E-9 "Command Sergeants Major" require the approval of the State CSM. NCOES requirements and courses credible as equivalent Army NCOES are outlined in Chapter 7, AR 600-8-19 (ARNG Enlisted Promotions).
(1) This paragraph in AR 601-210 superseded by SMOM 17-037 Modified PS BCT.
(2) PS enlistees (including Officer Candidate School (OCS) and Warrant Officer OCS (WOCS)) who have not successfully completed an Army BCT, Warrior Transition Course, or U.S. Marine Corps BCT course; or have not completed training for Air Force or Navy Special Operations Forces, or Air Force Security Police during previous military service must enter on IADT within 180 days after enlistment in the ARNG and successfully complete BCT conducted by the Army. Note: Refer to SMOM 17-037 Modified PS BCT.
Soldiers who fail to attend BCT within 180 days after entry are required to return to MEPS to be rescheduled for this training. Members enlisting into the ARNG that require BCT must be processed through the MEPS. Members that are required to attend BCT and retraining into a new MOS will attend BCT first. After completion of BCT, the unit of assignment will schedule to attend appropriate MOS training. Note: For alternate MOS training guidance refer to PPOM 13-031 AIT for Prior Service.
Additional instructions from AOC
a. Questionable cases will be forwarded to the ASO for determination.
b. If the Soldier fails to attend and complete Basic Combat Training (BCT) within 24 months, they will be subject to discharge.
c. Soldiers going to BCT at the direction of TRADOC CG will ship Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday; there are no exceptions. All shippers that have problems or issues will be cleared by HRR-Recruiting Operations Branch (ROB), not by the BCT site, before they are sent to training. The ROB will clear it with TRADOC, as they cancel the reservation in ATRRS. Phase II Soldiers are to ship to training on Thursdays and Fridays. Failure to comply with this directive may result in the Soldier being returned from training.
d. PS that require Army BCT will process at the MEPS to have their security investigation submitted. PS currently holding clearance will have their clearance verified by the State Security Office (SSO), MEPS Security Assistant (SA), or ASO through JPAS that a valid NACLC exists. Verification must be scanned into the Electronic Record Management (ERM) within 72 hours of accession.
3-19. Verification of Prior Service
Commanders at all levels in ARNG will emphasize the need for early detection of possible erroneous or fraudulent enlistment of applicants. Applicants who are thought to have had, or who claim to have had, PS in any U.S. Armed Force will not be enlisted in the ARNG until their PS, if any, is verified.
a. Authorized personnel with access to the Defense Manpower Data Center via Recruiter Eligibility Data Display (REDD) may obtain RE code data. If an inquiry is made and RE data is favorable, processing will continue. If the response is unfavorable, processing will be suspended until data can be verified. A DD Form 214 and DD Form 215 with RE code and SPD code can be obtained by writing to Commander, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, USAREC/ARNG Liaison Team (RCRC-PPS-RL), 1600 Spearhead Division Avenue, Fort Knox, KY 40122-5303.
Note: In the event that the REDD Report is the only source document available for the applicant, it may be used with approval from the Accessions Suitability Office (ASO). Reference: SMOM 16-012.
b. Prior military service can be verified as follows:
(1) For applicants who served in RA, the following documents will verify PS:
(a) Original copy or certified copy of latest DD Form 214 (a certified copy from court or Veterans Administration may be used).
(b) A review of Defense Manpower Data Center REDD level 2.
(c) Copy of the original or legible DD Form 214 may be used provided it agrees with USMEPCOM verification procedures or Defense Manpower Data Center REDD check to verify that the RE code and SPD code are the same.
(2) For applicants who served in RC, the following documents will verify PS:
(a) DD Form 214 or DD Form 215 will be used to verify all periods of active and inactive military service of the member before the date of his or her last separation from active military service; however, entries may appear in error to the recruiter, or the applicant may dispute the entries. Only the original form, the actual carbon copy, a certified copy of the original form, a legible copy verified by REDD from Defense Manpower Data Center, or a records depository copy furnished by the recruiting official under paragraph 3-19c is authorized for verification purposes. DD Form 214 or DD Form 215 will not be used to verify RC membership, or the nature of the RC service after the member’s date of last release from active military service, unless recruiting officials obtain an accompanying discharge order.
(b) The recruiting battalion operations NCO or officer is authorized to use the HRC Assignment Orders and Resource Systems to verify RC Service. This verification may be used when all other attempts to obtain documents have been exhausted.
(3) If a DD Form 214 or DD Form 215 is not available, the documents below may be used to verify PS. Copies must be furnished to recruiting officials directly or through military channels by the records custodian for forms cited in paragraphs (a) through (d), below:
(a) Certified, true copy of copy 2 of DD Form 214.
(b) DD Form 220. This form will serve to verify periods of active military service.
(c) NGB Form 22. This form may be used to verify periods of ARNG or Air National Guard service. Entries may appear to be in error or the applicant may dispute the entries. If so, previous ARNG or Air National Guard service may be obtained by writing TAG of the State where the last separation from the ARNG or the inactive Air National Guard was implemented.
(d) Defense Manpower Data Center REDD level 2.
c. An applicant may not be able to substantiate their PS under paragraph 3-19b. If so, a request for verification of PS will be submitted to the USAREC/ARNG Liaison Team located at HRC. Such requests will contain the following:
(1) The exact name under which the person served.
(2) Social Security Number.
(3) Organization from which last discharged.
(4) Type of discharge claimed.
(5) If exact dates of Service are not known, approximate dates.
d. Request for PS verification or IRR membership of applicants with a Reserve obligation will be made by telephone. Requests for PS verification of applicant without a Reserve obligation from all Services will be sent to: Commander, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, USAREC/ARNG Liaison Team (RCRC-PPS-RL), 1600 Spearhead Division Avenue, Fort Knox, KY 40122-5303, or directed to the proper agency below.
(1) For prior Marine Corps Service-.
(a) If separated for less than 1 year without a Reserve obligation, request is sent to: Commandant, Marine Corps (Code MMSB10), HQ, U.S. Marine Corps, 2008 Elliot Road, Quantico, VA 22134-5002.
(b) If separated with a Reserve obligation, request is sent to: Commanding General, Marine Corps Reserve Support Command, 10950 El Monte, Overland Park, KS 66211-1408.
Note. If the applicant is the member of an active Marine Corps Reserve unit, the member’s Reserve unit maintains the DD Form 214. A certified, true copy of DD Form 214 may be used to verify prior Marine Corps Service.
(2) For prior Navy Service-.
(a) For applicants separated with a Reserve obligation, request is sent to: Department of the Navy, Navy Reserve Personnel Center, New Orleans, LA 70149-7800.
(b) For applicants separated with a Reserve obligation, with less than 6 months since discharge or retirement, request is sent to: Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS-312), 9700 Page Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132-5200.
(3) For prior Coast Guard Service-.
(a) For applicants with a Reserve obligation, request is sent to: Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard (G-PE), Washington, DC 20593-0001.
(b) For applicants without a Reserve obligation with more than 6 months since separation, request is sent to: Director, National Personnel Records Center (Navy Reference Branch), 9700 Page Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132-5200.
(4) For prior Regular Army, Army National Guard, or U.S. Army Reserve service-.
(a) For applicants separated from active military service for less than 4 months, with or without a Reserve obligation, request is sent to proper transfer point or separation activity.
(b) For applicants separated from active military Service for more than 4 months and completely discharged from military Service, request is sent to: Director, National Personnel Records Center (6NCPMA), 9700 Page Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132-5200.
(c) For applicants separated from active military Service for more than 4 months with a Reserve obligation, request is sent to: Commander, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, 1600 Spearhead Division Avenue, Fort Knox, KY 40122.
(d) For applicants separated from active military service and currently a member of a TPU of the USAR or ARNG, request is sent to the applicant’s ARNG or TPU commander. DD Form 368 (Request for Conditional Release) may be used to verify periods of service in the RC only.
(e) For applicants discharged from ARNG without previous active military Service, request is sent to the proper State adjutant general.
(f) For applicants discharged from USAR without previous active military service, request is sent to the same address as in paragraph 3-19e(4)(b).
(5) For prior US Air Force Service-
(a) For applicants with a Reserve obligation, regardless of the length of time since separation, request is sent to: Commander (ARPC/DSMR), 18420 E. Silver Creek Avenue, Building 390, MS68, Buckley AFB, CO 80011-9502.
(b) For applicants without a Reserve obligation, request is sent to: Director, National Personnel Records Center, (6NCPMF), 9700 Page Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132-5100.
a. DoDI 1205.05 Conditional Release
b. USAR Conditional Release Policy
c. AR 140-10 USAR Transfers
d. SMOM 16-008 Use of PHA/SHPE for Enlistment
3-19. Conditional Release (IAW AOC)
a. When a participating RC member applies for enlistment in the ARNG, use DD Form 368 to request RC discharge or clearance. The DD Form 368 is not authorized for active duty Soldiers. This form is valid as stipulated by the designated official. The RC must be notified promptly of a member’s intent to enlist in the ARNG (if a member of another RC). Note: IAW AR 601-210 Para 5-19, the DD Form 368 is valid for 6 months from date signed by unit commander or designated representative for enlistment in MOS, unless the approval authority designates otherwise on DD Form 368.
(1) For members of units, send DD Form 368 to the member’s unit Commander. Members of the Retired Reserve must be released per AR 140-10, Chapter 6 prior to enlistment in the ARNG. See AOC Annex Table 2, line 42 for waiver authority.
(2) Former members of DEP program will be treated as Non-Prior Service personnel.
(3) Extension of the validity period may be obtained telephonically by a commissioned or warrant officer if delay of enlistment was caused by waiver actions. Attach record of conversation to the DD Form 368.
(4) Extensions can only be granted by the authorized official or the individual that currently occupies the position of the person who originally signed the DD Form 368. Submit a new DD Form 368 if the form has expired and a valid extension was not obtained.
b. Army Reserve Soldiers will not be transferred to ARNG units as Reserves of the Army; they must be enlisted. Process them for enlistment as PS applicants under AR 601-210.
(1) Policy in this section implements uniform accession procedures for Soldiers moving from Army Reserve (TPU) status without a break in military service.
(2) Policy in this section does not apply to the IRR. See AR 601-210 for conditional release procedures for members of the IRR.
(3) Policy in this section is applicable to applicants in the Retired Reserve.
c. Soldiers of Army Reserve TPUs who have been granted conditional releases to enlist in the ARNG, must remain members of the Army Reserve until the ARNG enlistment has been accomplished and verified.
d. When an RC member is released on a conditional release, the gaining ARNG MEPS GC or unit handling the enlistment will notify the losing unit by forwarding a copy of enlistment contract DD Form 4 series. This notice permits action needed to separate the Soldier.
e. Administrative processing procedures for applicants enlisted under this part depend on the availability of applicant’s iPERMS record to the RRNCO and the ARNG for accession data. When Army Reserve TPU Soldiers apply for membership in an ARNG unit, the procedures below will apply.
(1) The RRNCO must request a conditional release from the applicant’s Army Reserve TPU. Conditional release is explained as a release from the Army Reserve on condition that a member will enlist in the ARNG. Applicants who fail to accomplish the enlistment remain members of the Army Reserve. Use DD Form 368 to obtain a conditional release and specify that its purpose is to accomplish a complete discharge from the Army Reserve to enlist in the ARNG; identify this is not a transfer action. In addition, the RRNCO must request access to the applicant’s iPERMS record. Applicant’s record will be transferred to the ARNG when they enlist.
(2) Enlistment packets will be assembled and distributed per this chapter.
(3) A new DD Form 1966 series is not required for enlistment processing if the Army Reserve was granted access to the applicant’s Army Military Human Resource Record (AMHRR), or the Army Reserve has provided copies of required documents. The DD Form 1966 series will be updated by completing a new copy of page one.
(4) If the RRNCO has access to the applicant’s iPERMS, reproduce copies of all documents applicable to the enlistment process, then prepare new documents as required by AR 601-210.
(5) After verifying eligibility standards, the RRNCO will prepare the applicant for MEPS/MTF processing or for unit enlistment, if MEPS/MTF processing is not required. However, the conditional release must be obtained prior to enlistment.
(6) When the applicants are enlisted, notify the Army Reserve TPU by forwarding a copy of the completed DD Form 4 series and the DD Form 368. Notification must be made within 10 days after enlistment per DODI 1205.05.
US Marine Corps IRR
a. Requests will be submitted only for veterans who-
(1) Meet all other enlistment requirements.
(2) Are physically qualified for general military Service except for their specific combat-incurred disability.
b. Applicants must be capable of caring for their own needs in an unaided manner. They must be physically capable of performing useful service and cannot be expected to require hospitalization or incur lost time due to their disability.
c. Persons permanently medically retired will not be processed for enlistment. Persons permanently medically retired will not be processed for enlistment. Applicants who were separated from AD (not medically retired) without compensation, and were granted veterans disability compensation for their disability, may waive this compensation through VA, if determined medically fit per AR 40-501.
5-41. Requests for waivers
Submit waiver requests on a memorandum prepared in accordance with instructions in Chapter 4. Such requests will be accompanied by-
a. A MEPS physical examination.
b. A report of any subsequent and present treatment.
c. A report of X-ray, orthopedic, surgical, medical, or other consultations.
d. A statement of opinion by a medical officer of the degree of the disability’s incapacitation. The statement will include whether or not a prosthesis being used is satisfactory.
On receipt of the decision on the waiver request and instructions from the approving authority, notify applicant to report to the proper MEPS for further processing.
a. For ARNG, send applicant to the unit of assignment if no further school training is required.
b. To give the medical officer enough data to make a judgment, classification officer will analyze each primary or potential MOS proper for the applicant. The classification officer will then send their recommendation and applicant to the medical officer. A medical officer will make the final decision. They then will select an MOS which they consider can capably perform. Special consultation reports directed by the DARNG, will be made at this time.
c. Applicants physically and otherwise qualified for enlistment will be enlisted at the training activity. Applicants found ineligible to perform in an MOS will be rejected and returned at Government expense to the applicant’s home.
(1) After obtaining disability waiver from the approving authority, the applicant will sign a waiver of compensation. The waiver will be endorsed by the enlisting activity and sent to the commander of the Veterans Administration regional office or to Director, Retired Pay Operation, Defense Finance and Accounting Service, 8899 East 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46249-0002.
(2) A notation will be made in the DD Form 1966, remarks section, that such a letter has been sent to the Veterans Administration or Retired Pay Operation, Defense Finance and Accounting Service.
(3) The enlistee will be told that, on separation from military Service, they may submit a claim for such compensation.
5-43. Training and assignments
Persons enlisting as partially disabled veterans will be trained in the MOS for which enlisted. If already trained, veterans will be assigned to duty in that MOS.
5-44. Record entries
a. Enlisted Record Brief. Proper assignment limitations will be recorded on enlisted record brief, as prescribed in AR 600-8-104.
b. DD Form 1966. The DD Form 1966 Remarks section will reflect assignment limitations.
a. SMOM 16-008 Use of PHA/SPHE for Enlistment
b. 38 U.S.C. 5304 - Prohibition Against Duplication of Benefits
c. VA Form 21-8951 Notice of Waiver of VA Compensation or Pension to Receive Military Pay and Allowances
d. VA Form 21-8764 Disability Compensation Award Attachment
e. VA Disability Compensation vs Military Pay - YouTube
Persons receiving disability pensions or compensation from the Veterans Administration for any reason will be required to waive the pension or compensation for any period of military service. Veterans Administration compensation will be waived on date of enlistment into the ARNG. For ARNG, this period of military service is IDT, AD, or ADT.
5-46. Request for waiver
Persons requesting waivers under this section must have all medical history and compensation annotated on DD Form 2807-1 or DD Form 2807-2.
Note: IAW AOC Annex A Table 2, if the applicant received a Disability discharge, waivers are only considered in cases where the applicant's disability is not more than 30%.
5-47. Letter of waiver of compensation
The person will execute a waiver of compensation in letter format, which states they understand they will not receive any further compensation from the U.S. Army. This waiver will be endorsed by a commissioned officer to the Veterans Administration regional office having jurisdiction over the person’s claim. A note will be made in DD Form 1966, remarks section that such letter has been forwarded to the Veterans Administration.