Transition Assistance Program Overview

Transition Assistance Program Overview

Transition Assistance Program Overview

 

Under the transition assistance program, Service member gets all the training, information and tools to confirm that they along with their spouses can be settled in civil life. If they are going to start their business, going to get an education or looking for a job in private or public sector. The TAP, which is redesigned, is the outcome of the merger of two different agencies so that service members along with spouses can get all the facilities, information, and resources which are accessible easily so that their transition in civilian life can become easy and successful.

 

Where to begin?

 

To start with this transition process first they have to complete the Form 2648 (DD) ”Pre-separation counseling checklist”. The process of completing this form is a legal requirement which is mandatory and then you need to fill a copy of this form in your personal file.

To get the information about the transition benefits and services, those service members who are separating or retired have to visit the local transition counselor after making an appointment. These transitional counselors you can visit at military installations located locally in the following offices:

Navy: To know more about the transition program of navy, plan, transition goals and success, you have to contact the local fleet and family support center. The website is: https://www.cnic.navy.mil/ffr/family_readiness/fleet_and_family_support_program/transition_assistance.html

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