FAPAC Policy Identification Report

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I have never heard of this policy. I use to be the Corps Officers assistant just two years ago. I was the one who processes their FAPAC payment reimbursement and there was no such policy as this. When did this policy start? What years and time. I am not disputing anything, but I did not see such a policy in the FAPAC agreements when I was signing up. Furthermore, such a policy was never explained to me, that after I become an officer this is the policy. If there was such a policy, it should have been documented at first hand and when problems like what happen to me arise, there would have been no question asked. I am really disappointed to know this after the fact.

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