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I am in AIT and Would Like to Know if My Command Keep Me Past My Report Date if I am Pending and Article 15?

I a in AIT, we had a random barrack inspection and they found an empty little liquor bottle in my drawer. I was given a counseling to sign that recommended UCMJ and I am flagged IAW AR 600-8-2. My report date to my new unit within 2 weeks. I would like to know can they keep me past my report date if the article 15 is still pending?

Short Answer

Absolutely.

Discussion

If you are flagged for adverse action, which is a non-transferable flag.

In addition if you are going through the 27D, paralegal school, an Article 15 (except for a summarized 15) is an automatic disqualifier from the MOS which requires a waiver from the Regimental CSM to remain in the MOS.

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posted on 01/31/2018 under Q&A
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