____________________. Your actions are in violation of Article 86 of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice (UCMJ),10 U.S.C. 886. Continued misbehavior of this type may result in judicial punishment or non-judicial punishment under Article 15 of the UCMJ adverse administrative personnel actions. Potential adverse actions may include: written or oral reprimands, a bar to reenlistment, extra training, suspension or revocation of your security clearance, and involuntary separation under AR 635-200, Chapter 13, Unsatisfactory Performance or Chapter 14, Misconduct. The impact of adverse separation can be severe depending upon the type of discharge you receive. A dishonorable discharge deprives a soldier of all veteran's benefits and may deprive him or her of their civil rights. If separated for your duty performance, the least favorable character of discharge you could receive is an under other than honorable conditions discharge. Both may cause undue hardships in civilian life and may reflect on your eligibility for veteran's benefits, eligibility for reentry into the Armed Forces, and acceptability for employment in the civilian community.
Article 86 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), 10 U.S.C. 886Article 86 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), 10 U.S.C. 886
FOR: COMMANDER, A COMPANY, CRDAMC, FORT HOOD, TX 76544
SUBJECT: Request for Leave/Pass
Duty Roster Section: _______________________________________ duty (Y N NA )
Clinic/Section NCO/Chief: _________________________________ approval ( Y N )
Department NCO/Chief: ___________________________________ approval ( Y N )
Section SGM/DEPUTY (if more than 14 days) ________________ approval ( Y N )
Company 1SG: 1SG FRANCIS______________________________ approval ( Y N )
Company CDR: CPT VANTULL______________________________ approval ( Y N )
Troop CDR: ______________________________________________...
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