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13 minutes ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

Age + service years = 80 for those certified when I was.......that occurred for me in 2020......I said from day 1 that this was when i was getting out....

80 year old ...

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38 minutes ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

Age + service years = 80 for those certified when I was.......that occurred for me in 2020......I said from day 1 that this was when i was getting out....

It got bumped up to 90. There was some grandfathered in for 80. My sister was in that group. Wife is in the 90 club. I’m not sure what the cutoff was. 

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1 hour ago, SmokedOut said:

It got bumped up to 90. There was some grandfathered in for 80. My sister was in that group. Wife is in the 90 club. I’m not sure what the cutoff was. 

I was in the grandfathered group .....

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1 hour ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

I was in the grandfathered group .....

 

1 hour ago, BarryLaverty said:

I was in the 80 group, but I am sitting at 93 and headed for 101, before I will be done, if the creek doesn't rise. 

Appreciate both of you guy’s service. 

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I'm ending year 28 in Texas and have 3 in Colorado. I could have gotten out 5 years ago, but the wife wanted me to continue until she was done, so I have 1 more year after this. And then it's off to the private sector for 5-10 years.....if the heart holds up and of course if the creek doesn't rise.......:rofl:

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