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Military Orders do not normally reopen until the following Monday. However, a commander can reopen an order for as long as they see fit and subject to ongoing evaluation or further discussion of the situation. Remember, orders last three years and can be reopen by the Commander. In fact, a Commander can reopen any order after the first 90 days of a tour (inactive duty) or after the first six months of an active duty tour. This might include changing the language. The policy, though, does not say you can reopen orders for training or other developmental courses. Therefore, it might be best to not reopen orders for those courses. Check with the commander for specific reopening procedures or for guidance on whether orders can be reopened.
Reach out to that person, your leadership, and see if they have time to chat for a minute. Let them know you are interested in what they do and to invite them over for a quick chat. They may have a few minutes one night or afternoon. Another thing is that the information you were shown could be an important step in the process. For example, if it was a Basic Traning course they could maybe have given you a format and timeframe to follow. Then once you completed those things you could make a decision with your unit leadership in terms of how you want your contract renewed. Just thought of something else I did for the service at Tylenol they had a box of info sheets with my name on it that said things like blood type, allergies, medications. Some were just facts and some were random info (ie. which hospital to go to) so I could always read them and use them if I needed to. If you need to fill out the leave certification it is a great way to quickly save it to your phone and print it whenever you are going to be going somewhere and want to fill it out.