Does “military technician service” credit include creditable time from prior active duty? (FERS)

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For someone hired as a T32 military technician after Feb 10, 1996, does qualifying active duty military time for which the service deposit has been paid, count toward the 20 years of “military technician service” needed to retire at age 60 without penalty, if it occurred before being hired as a military technician? Thank you.

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Asked on July 1, 2020 1:50 pm
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If you are retiring at age 60 and have 20 years of creditable service, which would include active duty for which a deposit has been paid, then you could retire on an immediate retirement without an age penalty and be eligible for the FERS retiree supplement for 2 years

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Answered on July 1, 2020 2:01 pm
Be careful. I made deposits for my five years of Title 32 time and now 1 year before retirement, they are discrediting all of it.
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As with all information regarding retirement, the specifics of each Individual case might be different which is why one needs to consult their HRO for their particular case. Responses provided on these sites are general responses as only general information is provided.

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Answered on July 15, 2020 4:00 pm