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sar2jec

"Discharge T of E"

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sar2jec

I have come accross a MIC that has "Discharge T of E" written on it. The phrase is then folowed by what appears to be a date (but it cannot be fully read).

Does anyone have any idea what this means / stands for? I would be most interested to hear.

Many thanks,

Jonathan

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Marc Thompson

Jonathan,

This stands for 'Termination of Engagement' and usually applies to a soldier of the Territorial Force, whose service engagement 'contract' had expired.

Marc

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Muerrisch

applies to any sort of soldier whose total commitment had ended, ie no reserve obligation. Sometimes "first T of E" in case of regulars

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sar2jec

Many thanks - that explains it, since he was a a pre war regular soldier.

Jonathan :D

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