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If a Soldier is under investigation and is flagged can they PCS?

Can a Soldier PCS if under investigation?

That depends

If the Soldier is being investigated for a FLIPL (Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss) then yes, the Soldier can PCS.

If the Soldier is being investigated for misconduct under a Commander’s Inquiry or Law Enforcement Investigation, then no.  The appropriate flag should be in place which would prevent a PCS move.

See AR 600-8-2 for more details

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posted on 02/20/2015 under Q&A
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