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What are frequent mistakes in retirement/resignation letters?

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What are frequent mistakes in retirement/resignation letters?

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a. No command endorsement attached. b. For resignations, no reason given for resigning or incomplete reasons. If there is a particular date requested that is critical, include the reasons why. c. Requests not signed or dated by the member. d. Submitting amendments to separations without reference to the original separation request or separation orders. e. Not submitted in the format outlined in the Coast Guard Personnel Manual, Chapter 12. 7. My Commanding Officer just endorsed my separation request by signing next to the “Thru:” line. How is this interpreted by CG PSC? CG PSC would view this a favorable endorsement for the content of the letter without comment or qualification. 8. Can I submit a separation request without a command endorsement directly to CG PSC? No, all initial requests and amendments require command endorsement. 9. I am slated for mandatory retirement. Why would I request a voluntary retirement in lieu of a mandatory one and how do I do it? Those members slated for

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