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Question:
What is a DD Form 2648, Pre-separation Counseling Checklist used for?

Answer:
The DD Form 2648, Pre-separation Counseling Checklist is used as part of the mandatory pre-separation counseling procedure that is required of all separating and retiring military members. It is used to record pre-separation services and benefits requested by and provided to service members and to identify areas of interest as a basis for development of an Individual Transition Plan (ITP).

Question:
What is the difference between Transition Benefits and Transition Services?

Answer:
Transition Benefits refers to the entitlements given to a Soldier upon his/her separation or retirement from military duty such as commissary privileges, health care, separation pay, etc. Transition Services refers to the assistance provided to the service member during the time he/she is transitioning from Soldier to Civilian such as counseling and employment referral services.

Question:
Where can I find information detailing the process of separating from the Army?

Answer:
The Army Retirement Services Office in your military community can provide specific information on retirement benefits and entitlements, as well as the transition services available to you. Transition services may include counseling and employment referral services to ease your transition from military to civilian. Visit the Transition Assistance Online website for additional resources at http://www.taonline.com. The Army Career and Alumni Program also provides counseling and employment referral services.
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