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PVR

canonflo

Newbie
Just a quick question about the PVR option in the Navy. When you finish your 28 days and decide you want to PVR, how long after you inform would you be sent home etc? Would you have to give 2 weeks notice (on the 14th day for example) in order to leave on the 28-29th day of your service? Or could you inform them on the day of your 28th day and be gone the next?

Many thanks
 

Oldest_Nozzer

Midshipman
Why would you even ask this question?

If your asking when the quickest date you can leave is, it pretty much sums your intentions up... Why bother joining, let the navy spend time effort and money on someone who actually wants a career.

You do realise if you pvr on day 28 it doesn't make you a veteran.
 

Drakey

War Hero
Why would you even ask this question?

If your asking when the quickest date you can leave is, it pretty much sums your intentions up... Why bother joining, let the navy spend time effort and money on someone who actually wants a career.

You do realise if you pvr on day 28 it doesn't make you a veteran.
Believe it or not. It makes you eligible for a veterans badge, so yes it does.
 
You can submit your intention to PVR to your Divisional Officer on completion of 28 days service (excluding leave periods if I remember correctly). This can take up to two weeks to process.
 
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