|Reporting Times and Early Arrival during Reassignment
| Milper Message Number 17-071 Issued 17 Feb 2017
1. This MILPER message will expire 16 February 2018 and supersedes MILPER
2. Reporting times and early arrival applies to Active Component and USAR Active
Guard Reserve (AGR) officers and enlisted personnel who are referred to as
Soldiers throughout the message.
a. Soldiers must report to their gaining command on or before the report date
indicated on their orders.
b. When orders special instructions (SI) prohibit early arrival, Soldiers must only
report on the report date indicated on their orders.
c. CONUS-based Soldiers.
(1) Unless special instruction specifically authorize or prohibit early report,
Soldiers may report to their gaining command up to 30 days prior to the report
date indicated on their orders.
(2) Soldiers desiring to report to their gaining command earlier than 30 days prior
to the report date indicated on their orders must submit a request for early arrival
prior to being arrived at the gaining installation/assignment. Upon approval, orders
must be amended to reflect early report is authorized.
(3) When special instruction authorizing early report are included in assignment
instructions, Soldiers may report up to 60 days prior to the report date indicated
on their orders. Soldiers desiring to report to their gaining command earlier than
60 days prior to the report date indicated on their orders must submit a request for
early report prior to being arrived at the gaining installation. Upon approval, HRC
will post new order date to gaining command (ORDTGC) and orders must be
amended to reflect the new report date.
(4) Soldiers desiring to report to their gaining command after the report date
indicated on their orders must submit a request for deferment. Upon approval,
HRC will post new ORDTGC and orders must be amended to reflect the new
d. Unless special instruction prohibits early report, OCONUS-based Soldiers
departing OCONUS locations may report to their gaining location at any time
between their availability date and the report date indicated on their orders.
e. Initial Entry Training Soldiers (IET). Unless special instruction prohibit early
report, Soldiers departing IET locations may report to their gaining location at any
time between their graduation date and the report date indicated on their orders.
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MILPER Message 17-071 Reporting Times and Early Arrival during Reassignment
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