What is the cut off age from staying in the u.s. army?
you can join up to 42 but say I Join at 41 how long until I'm released or discharged
- DanielLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
For most people, it's 62 without a waiver (which is usually only granted for people like healthcare and chaplains that are allowed to enter above the normal cutoff ages). Some senior officers can stay longer.
I just commissioned someone as a healthcare provider and she had to sign a form stating that she understood that she might not be able to get 20 years in before being forced out due to age.Source(s): https://www.thebalancecareers.com/army-changes-man... http://dopma-ropma.rand.org/retirement-for-years-o...
- PIELv 41 month ago
You CAN'T join at 42 unless you previously served, am I correct?
- Anonymous1 month ago
There is no cut off age. Many people serve in the US military their entire careers. Norman Marous served for almost 41 years.