DA Form 591H. ROTC Supplemental Service Agreement (Army Chaplaincy)
DA Form 591H, titled ROTC Supplemental Service Agreement (Army Chaplaincy) (To ROTC Contracts Executed on and After 1 June 1984), is used within the Department of the Army for individuals participating in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program who are also pursuing a career in the Army Chaplaincy and wish to delay their entry into active duty for educational purposes.
The form includes sections where the individual provides personal information, educational plans, and details about pursuing a career in the Army Chaplaincy. It requires the signature of the individual, an ROTC official, and an authorized representative. The form may also include sections for providing educational documentation and agreement terms.
Important fields in this form encompass personal information, educational plans, career aspirations in the Army Chaplaincy, agreement terms, and authorized signatures. Accurate completion of the form is important for individuals seeking to combine ROTC participation with a future career as an Army Chaplain.
Application Example: An ROTC cadet with aspirations to become an Army Chaplain is accepted to a seminary program and wishes to delay their entry into active duty to complete their religious education. The cadet completes DA Form 591H to apply for an educational delay and provide details about their educational plans and future Army Chaplaincy career.
No additional documents are typically required when completing this form.
Related Form: DD Form 4 - Enlistment/Reenlistment Document Armed Forces of the United States. This form is used for the enlistment or reenlistment of individuals in the Armed Forces.