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#1636181 - 12/07/11 01:15 AM Enlistment Orders
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Are enlistment orders an acceptable form of documentation from the servicemember to invoke the interest rate benefit

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#1637212 - 12/08/11 10:00 PM Re: Enlistment Orders goingtoexperts
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I'm former military (20yrs) - this site is pretty reliable.

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#1639396 - 12/15/11 03:33 PM Re: Enlistment Orders NE Wx Forecast - Frosty
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Certainly they are. A key here is that when a reservist is called up and the orders are for a date in the near future, they're effective now. A person who enlists is covered when they report - i.e. the date the orders have them "employed."

As an example, I enlisted 8 months before I reported. I wouldn't have been covered until I reported. If I was now a reservist and I got orders to deploy in Feb. I would be covered now.
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