(3) Civilian Sources:
Nonprior Service Enlistees/Nonobligated.
Prior Service Enlistees (Veterans).
b. Officer Active Duty Obligors (OADO).
All members except nonprior service members who are in professional training
programs or in receipt of a reporting date for initial active duty will be available on
c. Active Guard/Reserve (AGR).
AGR personnel are members of the ARNG or USAR on active duty in support of
their respective components. They will be available on an individual, as needed, basis
during the 200K Call-up and partial mobilization. Full mobilization will result in all
AGR personnel being accessed into the Active Army. AGR personnel will be
accessed into a position to which assigned or attached but will be reported to
MILPERCEN for consideration for further assignment.
d. Delayed Entry Personnel (DEP).
(1) Delays in reporting for active duty will be granted only on rare situations.
All requests for delays will be carefully considered on a case-by- case basis to
ensure delays are granted only to personnel with valid causes. Requests for
delays will be submitted with full justification, documentary evidence as
appropriate, and the requested reporting date for the individual. Area
Commanders (for USAR) and STARC (for ARNG) may authorize delays not
to exceed 60 days. Delays in excess of 60 days may be granted only by
HQDA (para 3-3, AR 601-25). The approving authority will notify the
individual, unit and mobilization station as required of the individual's status.
(2) Automatic delays will be granted as follows:
Nonprior service personnel in professional training programs.
High school students engaged in a normal resident course of study will
be delayed from entry on involuntary active duty until such time as
they cease to pursue such course satisfactorily, graduate, or attain age
20, whichever occurs first.
(3) Undergraduate and graduate college students engaged in a normal resident
course of study may, upon request, be delayed until completion of the quarter