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3) upon separation from the service, placement on the temporary disability retired list, release from active duty, or retirement, from his last duty station to his home or the place from which he was called or ordered to active duty, whether or not he is or will be a member of a uniformed service at the time the travel is or will be performed; .
Upon his release from active duty, he was an industrial engineer with several companies.
What he didn't realize was that the thick file of papers he got from the Army when he left didn't contain a DD-214, an official release from active duty.
When the hearing body enters a default judgment against a servicemember on active duty or within 60 days of release, the servicemember can apply within 90 days of release from active duty to set aside or vacate the default judgment.
Individuals nullify a civilian employment contract to come on active duty for 12 months and are scheduled for deactivation after 60 to 90 days with no prospect for a new employment contract until six months after release from active duty.
Counting the time needed for training, deployment and release from active duty afterward, the total length of mobilization will be at least 270 days.
On his release from active duty, he stayed in the reserves for another three years, until 1961.
If the reservist keeps his or her regular job while on active duty, returns to the regular job after release from active duty and is stationed away from the general area of this job, costs of traveling to the duty station may be deductible.