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8=Completed one semester of college—the status of an individual who is a non-high school graduate or alternate high school credential holder, attended a college or university, and completed at least 15 semester or 20 quarter hours of college-level credit. Credit earned through testing, for pursuit of adult education, or for high school equivalency preparation is not applicable. For military enlistment processing purposes, an indiviual with that status is considered a high school graduate. L=High school diploma—a diploma issued to an individual who has attended and completed a 12-year or grade day program of classroom instruction; the diploma must be issued from the school where the individual completed all the program requirements. D=Associate degree—a certificate conferred on completion of a 2-year program at a junior college, university or technical institute. G=Professional nursing diploma—a certificate conferred on completion of a 3-year hospital school of nursing program. K=Baccalaureate degree—a certificate conferred on completion of a 4-year college program, other than a first professional degree. W=First professional degree—a certificate conferred on completion of the academic requirement for the first degrees awarded in selected professions: Architecture, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Doctor of Chiropody (POD.D), Doctor of Dentistry (D.D.S.), Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Doctor of Optometry (O.D.), Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), Pharmacist, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.), Bachelor or Doctor of Law (L.L.B. or J.D.), and Bachelor or Doctor of Theology (B.D.or D.D.), Rabbi, or any other first professional degree. N=Master's degree—a certificate conferred on completion of additional academic requirements beyond the baccalaureate or first professional degree but below the doctorate level. R=Post master's degree—a certificate conferred on completion on additional academic requirements beyond the master's degree level but below the doctorate level. U=Doctorate degree—a certificate conferred in recognition of the highest academic achievement within an academic field, excluding honoray degrees and first professional degrees. Reserved for future use. Report as “not applicable", set lab66 Include the present home address for ALL Personnel. If unknown, fill first five positions in first line as follows: set |=ZZZZZ. If not applicable, set l-WWWWW. (Use "not applicable" for PJ and PK.) Line 1

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The date an individual affiliates or enlists in any Reserve com-
ponent (Non-EAD) for the first time. That date is fixed and is
not adjusted for breaks in Reserve component service. That
does not include time in the Active component DEP, the
ROTC, or the Professional Appointment Program. If unknown,
set I-999999. If not applicable, set l-666666. ENTER:
YYMMDD. (Use “not applicable” for PJ and PK.)

The date an individual has completed or will complete a period
of Service required by statute. (The date of expiration of a
Service member's statutory MSO). If not applicable, set
|=666666. If unknown, set l-999999. ENTER: YY|MM|DD. (Use
“not applicable” for PJ and PK.)

Identifies members of the Selected Reserve who are civilian em-
ployees that must have “dual status" as military members of
the Selected Reserve. Also, identifies the specific statutory
authority under which an AGR member is serving. Includes
U.S. Naval Reserve TARs; however, does not include
U.S.C.G. Reserve Program Administrators (RPAs), because
they are not members of the Selected Reserve. If not applica-
ble, set le\W. If other, set lax. If unknown, set liez

M=Military Technician U.S.C. 10 and U.S.C. 32 (references (h)
and (.))

A=10 U.S.C. 175 (reference (h))

B=10 U.S.C. 265 (reference (h))

C=10 U.S.C. 672(d) (reference (h))

D=10 U.S.C. 678 (reference (h))

E=10 U.S.C. 715 (reference (h))

F=10 U.S.C. 3015/3019/8019 (reference (h))

G=10 U.S.C. 3033/8033 (reference (h))

H=10 U.S.C. 3496/8496 (reference (h))

J-32 U.S.C. 502(f) (reference ())

K=32 U.S.C. 503 (reference (I))

L=32 U.S.C. 708 (reference (I))

Applicable to both office and enlisted aeronautical Service mem-
bers. The code defines the individual's aeronautical rating for
Military Services. If not applicable, set l-W. If unknown, set
l=Z. (Use “not applicable” for PJ and PK.).

B=Fixed wing pilot

C=Rotary wing pilot

D=Fixed and/or rotary wing pilot

E=Navigator and/or weapons systems

G=Flight surgeon

H=Crew member (other)

J–Non-Crew member

K=Naval flight officer

L=Student aviator

21. Date of Initial Entry into Re-
serve Forces (DIERF).

22. Date of Expiration of Statu-
tory Military Service Obligation

23. Military Technician identifier
and/or Active Guard or Re-
serve Statute Indentifier.

24. Military Aeronautical Rating



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