There is no way to predict. It involves manpower issues and every base is different.
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If your friend was discharged--she'd be out already with no obligations.
Sounds like she is not discharged but has been rotated into a group of other servicemembers at bootcamp (or training school) awaiting discharge. No way to tell. She might have medial or legal 'holds' that could have her in a hold status for weeks or months--but that is pure speculation.
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No way to say for certain. She may be in a holding platoon pending discharge. Feel free to give me a call to discuss the specifics. You can find my number on my website. Best of luck.