Coast Guard’s early retirement could expand to enlisted ranks
Officers nearing 15 years in service next year have an opportunity to retire sooner than usual thanks to the latest early retirement program. If you’ll have 15 to 19 years under your belt as of Oct. 1, 2015, you can apply with the temporary early retirement authority until Aug. 15, according to a recent servicewide message. The program offers the chance for officers to start a second career sooner than they may have planned while slimming down the service’s payroll, a Coast Guard spokesman told Navy Times…Read More
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