Current Reclassification In/Out Call Message
MILPER Message 17-007, Reclassification In/Out Calls (Effective 20 Jan 17)
MILPER Message 16-264, Reclassification In/Out Calls (Rescinds 20 Jan 17)
AR 614-200, 3–19
Reclassification of primary military occupational specialty and/or secondary military occupational specialty
a. Soldiers will not be reclassified solely because they are not performing duties in their PMOS. However, Soldiers will be routinely reclassified as follows:
(1) Administrative reclassification of an MOS—
(a) For normal career progression.
(b) Erroneously awarded entry on ERB. These entries will be deleted per AR 600–8–104.
(c) Promotion to, or reduction from, grade that is not in line with, or authorized for, an MOS.
(2) Voluntary reclassification: Soldiers may request voluntary reclassification; however, they must meet the following criteria to be reclassified:
(a) The Soldier’s current PMOS must be listed as overstrength (N/Y) and the requested MOS must be listed as short (Y/N) on the current Reenlistment and/or Reclassification IN/OUT call message published by the HRC.
(b) Soldier must meet the required criteria of DA Pam 611–21 for new MOS.
(c) Soldier cannot be on AI. (Soldier is considered on AI when assignment has been processed through EDAS, not date of notification.)
(d) Soldier must have completed 12 months at their current duty station.
(e) Soldier may not be serving on initial enlistment under the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program (ACASP) (see AR 601–210).
(f) Soldier must agree, in writing, to recoupment of any unearned portion of the MOS specific enlistment and/or reenlistment bonus received for the current period of service (see AR 601–280).
(g) Soldier must be within 12 months of the DEROS.
(h) Soldier may not be within 24 months of ETS.
(i) Soldier must have fulfilled all SRRs for promotion and assignments.
(j) When stabilized because of reenlistment, Soldier must waive their reenlistment option.
(k) Soldier must be fully eligible to reenlist or extend per AR 601–280.
(3) Mandatory reclassification (Soldier not at fault)—
(a) Disqualification resulting from action of the Military Occupational Specialty Medical Reclassification Board in accordance with AR 600–60.
(b) The MOS eliminated from MOS structure.
(c) Reserve component unit redesignation and/or restructure.
(d) When directed by HRC (when possible, reclassifications will be limited to SSG and below with less than 15 years of active Federal Service).