Based on the limited information provided the answer is “Yes” based on regulatory guidance cited in AR 40-501. The profile was modified by a Profiling and Approving authority. All profiles must be reviewed by such an authority. The command has authority to have a profile reviewed and modified by a profiling authority.
7–6. Profiling officer and approving authority
a. Profiling officers. Commanders of Army MTFs are authorized to designate one or more physicians, dentists,
optometrists, podiatrists, audiologists, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, licensed clinical psychologists, and physician
assistants as profiling officers. The commander will assure that those designated are thoroughly familiar with the
contents of this regulation.
7–12. Responsibility for personnel actions
a. Commanders and personnel officers are responsible for necessary personnel actions, including appropriate entries
on personnel management records and the assignment of the individual to military duties commensurate with the
individual’s physical profile and recorded assignment limitations.
b. If the Soldier’s commander believes the Soldier cannot perform within the limits of the permanent profile, the
commander will request reconsideration of the profile by the profiling physician. Reconsideration must be accomplished
by the profiling officer, who will either amend the profile or revalidate the profile as appropriate. Commanders
may also request a review of temporary profiles.
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