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If you were to leave U.S. Army Reserve, what would be the reason?

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The best reasons to leave would be either retirement or one has found a job the can match the benefits that Uncle Sam offers ( fully paid school, cheap health insurance, etc.) Once you reach a certain point in your military career it is more beneficial to finish your 20 years and retire than it is to get out.

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I reached my mandatory retirement date (MRD) and had to retire.

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Retirement

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Want more freedom

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Not enough benefits.

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Wanting more freedom

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To live with my family in England

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I left and retired.

Answered - Walter Reed Medical Lab NCOIC (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Retirement

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Retirement

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