Honorable Discharge (Jadran Klajić)




This is to certify that

Jadran Klajić     Cpl.    EP4S2

was Honorably Discharged from the


on the 22nd day of July 2021. This certificate is awarded

as a testimonial of Honest and Faithful Service



ARPC-OPM-ODATE: 22 June 2021


U.S. Army 29th Infantry Division, ATTN: AHRC-OP-S, 1 Reserve Way

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

SUBJECT: Unqualified Resignation

1.I hereby tender my unqualified resignation as an Enlisted Soldier in the

United States Army under the provisions of Chapter 6, Section III,

AR 135-175.

2.I understand that if my resignation is accepted I am entitled to an

honorable separation and will be furnished an Honorable Discharge

Certificate. I understand that I cannot resign if I am a statutory obligor.

Jadran Klajić
Jadran Klajić
Name (Type or Print)
CorporalSquad Leader Easy Company, Fourth Platoon, Second Squad
Rank Position Platoon/Squad

“ It feels weird writing your own discharge, but it is what it is. I have been in the 29th a little over a year and a half, and it was some of the best times I ever had. Sadly my time has come as I have found a full-time job, and will soon be off to university. I will take this chance to thank some people that will linger in my memory for some time to come. First off, I want to thank Sgt. Wright, a funny wee man, the first member that I met and my DI, later on becoming my SL in EP1S4, and now a fellow SL in EP4, a great lad, hard-working, an upstanding member of the 29th, but most of all a man who I learned most from during my time here. Sgt. Runing, my first SL, a descendant from the Vikings who has impeccable humor with his endless dad jokes, his upfront no-nonsense personality stood out and he was a great SL and soon to be a great platoon leader. Cpl. Baron, ASL to Sgt. Runing in the early days and now a fellow SL in EP4. Along with his sense of humor he always stood up for his guys and that was something that I tried to do in my days of leading as well. Cpl. Devseli who was the ASL to Sgt. Wright in EP1S2, a man who was there for most of my promotions and advancements. Cpl. Kardell, SL of EP1S2, the squad that I became an ASL after Cpl. Butts had to step down. A man who thought me the most about leading, a good friend, and a truly inspiring SL. 2Lt. Barclay and SSgt. Bagge who led me through my SLT and entrusted me with a squad of my own in a turbulent time in the 29th. And last but not least, Cpl. Hensen, my ASL in EP4S2, a man who was always there for the guys, even when I wasn’t able to because of my school, always being up to date on everything and nudging me along the way, but also a fellow ADI in the early days. Thank you for helping me lead my first squad. EP4S2 will forever have a special place in my heart and thank you guys for listening and trusting me as your SL. I won’t go further on, to all of those that weren’t mentioned, and you who you are, thank you for making this an unforgettable experience. I will see when my life stabilizes if I can come back, but until then I must say goodbye to all of you. *Salute*”
Reason for leaving

Commander Signature
July 22 2021

Come back to us soon Cpl. Krsqj- Kraislk, K R A J I C, you know what I mean :frowning:

We never really had any major conversations but I feel that Balkan power still connected us. It’s really sad to see you go brother. You taught me a lot of stuff even though we were never in the same squad. I got the badge I was fighting for and look at me now, ready to learn others from what you taught me.

You’ll really be missed, Cpl. Klajic. Wish you all the best brother!

Sad to see you go! I hope you’ll be back!


Good luck with your schooling and hopefully we can see you back someday.

Come back soon Cpl. Klajic!! and good luck with your future endeavors!

It’s enough to make a grown man cry :’)

But, but, you said you would never leave me :cry:

Thanks for the work you put into Quartermaster Corps. You were a great addition to the office as well as a great loss.

Good luck on your future endeavors.