Army Retirement Letter, Sample & Format

Introduction:

A Retirement Letter is written by an individual who wants to relieve from his or her duties. Retirement can be of two types normal and voluntary. Normal retirement means relieving from the respective services after the tenure is completed, voluntary retirement means who wants to relieve from the duty before his or her completion of services. Basically, for the normal retirement, there is no need to intimate the higher officials by writing a letter but when it comes to the voluntary retirement you should intimate the higher officials by writing a letter or meeting them personally.

As mentioned in the case of Army Retirement Letter, you should write this letter to your concerned higher official. If you are taking a voluntary retirement then mention the reason why you are doing so, the reason should be valid enough to accept your retirement. In the end, mention that you felt very proud to serve the country and mention that you will be available to them if they need your services.

Sample Army Retirement Letter:

The sample of Army Retirement Letter is given below:

From

David Jones,

9-c, Baker Street,

St Louis,

The United States.

Date: 5/8/2017

To

Mark Brown,

35th Infantry Division,

The United States Army.

Dear Brown,

I am David Jones and I started my army service as a private and continued for three years and then I got promotion as Corporal and at present, I am Seargent in the United States Army. I served for more than 15 years and now I am relieving from my position this year. Hence I am writing this retirement letter. I am very proud that I served my country and I want to express my gratitude for giving me a chance to serve my country. There are many people who motivated and helped me to reach this position. I want to thank all of them from the bottom of the heart.

I want to show my gratitude to all my colleagues who walked with me throughout my journey. And I need to agree that you looked after me like your own son. I want you to know that I will miss you more than you think. I will come and submit my badges and all in person. But before that, I want to intimate about my retirement.

Even if I am retiring I will be readily available whenever you need me. I think you know how to contact me or else reach me at the above address or call me up on 589624. Once again I would love to say that it’s a great pride and honor to serve the country.

Yours Sincerely,

David Jones.

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