On Thursday, 30 July 09, a current Client won his exemption. His IRR mobilization orders will be revoked shortly, and he will then be honorably discharged from the Army. Our Client graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and he had elected to remain in the IRR past his service obligation end date (MSO).
If you’re seeking representation on your own IRR delay and exemption case, call us at 214 363-1828.
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On Friday, 10 July 09, one of our current clients received word from St Louis that his IRR exemption had been approved. He was also notified that he would be honorably discharged from the Army in due course. (Likely 4-6 weeks hence). This was gratifying on many levels, especially so since the decision was made by the new commander of HRC St. Louis. If you would like more information about this particular case, or if you need representation on your own IRR delay and exemption situation, please call my office at 214 363-1828 for further information and assistance.
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HRC ST Louis has a new commander. Effective Wednesday 24 June 2009, COL Louis B. Wingate assumed command from COL Wanda Good. Check back here for further updates and additional news of any changes to the IRR Delay and Exemption process as the new leadership team settles in. Click here for further information about COL Wingate.
IRR mobilization activity will likely increase in the next three months. (July -September 09). Please call my office as soon as possible after receiving orders so that we can develop the strongest, most thoroughly crafted IRR exemption case possible to fit and reflect your individual circumstances.
Updated 30 June 2009