There is a promotion going on for former consultants to join back for $25 but they would have had to go inactive between certain dates (I think Sept. 03-Sept. 04 but I'm not sure). If you have gotten emails about that particular person she IS eligible for the deal!chef131doreen said:Hi I don't think she has to buy a new kit for 90.00 I have been getting E-mails from Pc telling me that any of my old recurts ca buy only paper work for 25.00 I',m not to sure about it but its worth looking into , she has all of the products so this makes it easy to restsrt
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Yes, a former recruit can rejoin the military as long as they meet all eligibility requirements and are able to pass the necessary tests and evaluations.
The process of rejoining the military can vary depending on individual circumstances. It typically takes several months to go through the application and evaluation process.
It depends on how long it has been since the individual left the military and their previous training and experience. In some cases, a former recruit may be exempt from basic training.
There are age restrictions for joining the military, but these may be waived for former recruits who are rejoining. Each branch of the military has their own specific age requirements.
It depends on the individual's previous rank and the needs of the military at the time of rejoining. In some cases, a former recruit may be able to retain their previous rank, but they may also have to start over at a lower rank.