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2 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004, SUMMARY OF REVISIONS, This change incorporates interim change IC 2004 2 Attachment 8 Changes Table 9 1 rule 8 col. umn D Airmen who separate for failure in the Fitness Program AFI 10 248 Fitness Program are not. entitled to separation pay See the last attachment of the publication IC 2004 2 for the complete IC A bar. indicates revision from the previous edition, Chapter 1 GENERAL PROCEDURES 15. Section 1A Information Applicable to All Separations 15. 1 1 Statutory Authority Approval Authority and Reasons for Separation 15. 1 2 Authority of the Secretary to Direct Discharge 15. 1 3 Waivers or Exceptions 16, 1 4 Explanation of Terms Abbreviations Acronyms and Addresses 16. 1 5 Separation Procedures 16, 1 6 How to Apply Separation Provisions 16. 1 7 How a Military Service Obligation MSO Affects Separation 16. 1 8 Processing Cases Involving Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information SCI. or Special Access Programs 16, 1 9 How Incomplete Action Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice UCMJ.
Affects Separation 17, 1 10 What to do if Airmen are Not Medically Qualified for Separation 17. 1 11 Executing Approved Separations 18, 1 12 In Absentia Separation 19. 1 13 Separation Obtained by Fraud 20, 1 14 Handling Serious Misconduct While Separation Is Pending 20. 1 15 Other Factors Affecting Eligibility 20, Section 1B Guidelines for Characterizing Service or Describing Separation 20. 1 16 Authorized Types of Separation 20, 1 17 What to Consider When Characterizing Service 21.
1 18 Types of Service Characterization 21, 1 19 Separation Without Service Characterization 22. 1 20 Period Considered in Characterizing Service 23. 1 21 Limitations on Service Characterization 23, 1 22 How the Type of Separation Affects the Individual 24. AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 3, 1 23 Periodic Explanation of the Types of Separation 25. Section 1C Other Requirements and Procedures 25, 1 24 Separation Documents 25. 1 25 Reports Requiring Special Handling 25, 1 26 Aliens Seeking Naturalization 25.
1 27 Disposition of Correspondence 26, 1 28 High Level Inquiries 26. 1 29 Disposition of Cases Pending 26, Figure 1 1 Sample Format for Reply to High Level Inquiry Voluntary Separation 27. Figure 1 2 Sample Format for Reply to High Level Inquiry Involuntary Separation 28. Table 1 1 Reasons And Authority For Required Separation 29. Table 1 2 Reasons And Authority For Voluntary Separation 30. Table 1 3 Reasons and Authority for Involuntary Separation 31. Table 1 4 Type Of Separation For Airman With Unfulfilled MSO see note 1 32. Table 1 5 Disposition Of Correspondence see note 1 34. Chapter 2 REQUIRED SEPARATIONS 35, Section 2A Expiration of Term of Service ETS 35. 2 1 Eligibility for Separation 35, 2 2 ETS Separation 35. 2 3 Retention To Make Good Time Lost 35, 2 4 Retention for Action by Court Martial 36.
2 5 Retention To Complete Separation Processing 36. 2 6 Retention for Medical Treatment or Evaluation 36. 2 7 Airmen Awaiting Disposition by Foreign Courts 36. 2 8 Extension of Enlistment When Discharge for Cause Is Pending 37. Section 2B Changes in Service Obligation 37, 2 9 Determining Eligibility 37. 2 10 Type of Separation 38, 2 11 Completion of Officer Training 38. 2 12 Immediate Reenlistment or Enlistment 38, 4 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004. 2 13 Appointment as a Commissioned or Warrant Officer 38. 2 14 Service With an ANGUS or USAFR Unit PALACE CHASE 38. 2 15 Entering an AFROTC Program 38, 2 16 Insufficient Retainability for Permanent Change of Station PCS 39. 2 17 Separation Authorized by HQ USAF 39, 2 18 Elimination From USAFA Preparatory School 39.
2 19 Release From Void Enlistment 39, 2 20 Separation for Minority 40. Figure 2 1 Sample Format for Request for Retention for Medical Treatment or Evaluation 41. Figure 2 2 Sample Format for Request for Separation Without Retention for Medical. Treatment or Evaluation 42, Figure 2 3 Sample Format for Request Pending Foreign Court Disposition 43. Chapter 3 VOLUNTARY SEPARATION PRIOR TO EXPIRATION OF TERM OF. SERVICE PETS 44, Section 3A Processing Applications 44. 3 1 How Airmen Apply for PETS Separation 44, 3 2 Action by the MPF 44. 3 3 Commander s Recommendation 44, 3 4 Action by the Separation Authority 44.
3 5 Withdrawing Separation Applications 44, 3 6 Type of Separation 44. Section 3B Reasons for Voluntary Convenience of the Government COG Separation 45. 3 7 Entering an Officer Training Program 45, 3 8 Early Release to Further Education 45. 3 9 Medical Education 46, 3 10 Elimination From Officer Training School OTS 46. 3 11 Air Force Nonfulfillment of Enlistment or Reenlistment Agreement 46. 3 12 Sole Surviving Son or Daughter 47, 3 13 Early Release From Extension 47. 3 14 Accepting Public Office 47, 3 15 Miscellaneous Reasons 48.
3 16 Conscientious Objection 49, AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 5. 3 17 Pregnancy or Childbirth 49, 3 18 Early Release for Christmas 50. 3 19 Medal of Honor 50, Section 3C Dependency or Hardship 50. 3 20 Conditions for Discharge 50, 3 21 Evidence Required 51. 3 22 Red Cross Assistance 51, 3 23 Special Procedures and Considerations 52.
3 24 Final Action on Applications 52, 3 25 Applications Submitted at Other Than the Base of Assignment 52. Figure 3 1 Airman s Request for Early Separation 54. Figure 3 2 Sample Hardship Discharge Message Airman on Leave or TDY 55. Figure 3 3 Sample Hardship Discharge Message Airman En Route PCS 55. Table 3 1 Options Of The Separation Authority 56, Table 3 2 Applying For Dependency Or Hardship Discharge 57. Chapter 4 REQUEST FOR DISCHARGE IN LIEU OF TRIAL BY COURT MARTIAL 58. 4 1 Basis for Discharge 58, 4 2 Types of Discharge Authorized 58. 4 3 How Airmen Request Discharge in Lieu of Trial 58. 4 4 Processing the Request for Discharge 59, 4 5 ANGUS and USAFR Airmen 59. 4 6 Members 60, 4 7 Medical Examination for Separation 60.
4 8 Special Processing Requirements 60, 4 9 Additional Misconduct 61. 4 10 Withdrawal of Request for Discharge 61, 4 11 Who Can Approve Discharge 61. 4 12 Action by the GCM Authority 62, Figure 4 1 Sample Request for Discharge in Lieu of Trial by Court Martial 63. Figure 4 2 Sample Commander s Recommendation 65, Table 4 1 How A Request For Discharge Affects The Processing Of Charges 67. 6 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004, Chapter 5 REASONS FOR INVOLUNTARY SEPARATION 68.
Section 5A Preprocessing Considerations 68, 5 1 Choosing a Course of Action 68. 5 2 Preprocessing Rehabilitation 68, 5 3 Determining the Basis of the Action 69. 5 4 Limitations on Discharge Action 69, 5 5 Airmen in TDY Status 70. 5 6 Reassignment for Processing 71, Section 5B Involuntary Convenience of the Government COG Discharge 71. 5 7 Instruction and Type of Separation 71, 5 8 Preprocessing Actions 72.
5 9 Parenthood 72, 5 10 Insufficient Retainability for Required Retraining 72. 5 11 Conditions That Interfere With Military Service 73. 5 12 Action by the Special Court Martial SPCM Authority 74. Section 5C Defective Enlistments 74, 5 13 Types of Defects 74. 5 14 Basis for Discharge for Erroneous Enlistment 75. 5 15 Basis for Discharge for Fraudulent Entry 75, 5 16 Action Required of the Commander 75. 5 17 Concealment of Prior Service 76, 5 18 Concealment of Other Bars to Enlistment 76. 5 19 Waiver of Discharge for Fraudulent Entry or Erroneous Enlistment 77. 5 20 Discharge for Other Reasons 78, 5 21 Type of Separation and Procedures 79.
Section 5D Entry Level Performance or Conduct 79, 5 22 Eligibility and Criteria 79. 5 23 Preprocessing Counseling and Rehabilitation 80. 5 24 Procedures Type of Separation and Approval Authority 80. Section 5E Unsatisfactory Performance 80, 5 25 Eligibility 80. AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 7, 5 26 Criteria 81, 5 27 Preprocessing Actions 81. 5 28 Separation Authority and Type of Separation 82. 5 29 Suspension of Discharge 82, Section 5F Substance Abuse Treatment Failure 82. 5 30 Commander s Options 82, 5 31 Failure in Drug Abuse Treatment 82.
5 32 Failure in Alcohol Abuse Treatment 83, 5 33 Type of Separation and Separation Authority 83. 5 34 Suspension of Discharge 83, Section 5G Homosexual Conduct 84. 5 35 Congressional Findings on Homosexual Conduct 84. 5 36 Basis for Discharge 85, 5 37 Types of Separation 86. 5 38 Recoupment of Advanced Educational Assistance Special Pay. or Bonuses in Homosexual Conduct Cases 87, 5 39 The FY94 National Defense Authorization Act 87. 5 40 Action Required of the Commander 87, 5 41 Recommendations of the Administrative Discharge Board 88.
5 42 When Retention Is Considered 88, 5 43 Other Authorized Disposition 88. 5 44 Separation Authority 89, 5 45 Suspension of Discharge 89. Section 5H Misconduct 89, 5 46 Policy 89, 5 47 Types of Misconduct 89. 5 48 Type of Separation 90, 5 49 Minor Disciplinary Infractions 91. 5 50 A Pattern of Misconduct 91, 5 51 Civilian Conviction 91.
5 52 Commission of a Serious Offense 92, 5 53 Human Immunodeficiency Virus HIV 93. 8 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004, 5 54 Drug Abuse 93, 5 55 Processing Procedures 93. 5 56 Separation Authority 94, Section 5I Discharge in the Interest of National Security 95. 5 57 Criteria for Discharge 95, 5 58 Required Processing 95. 5 59 Types of Separation 96, 5 60 Separation Authority 96.
Section 5J Failure in Prisoner Retraining or Rehabilitation 96. 5 61 Applicability and Separation Authority 96, 5 62 Eligibility for Discharge 96. 5 63 Characterization of Service 96, 5 64 Processing Discharge Action 97. Section 5K Failure in the Fitness Program 97, 5 65 Failure in the Fitness Program 97. 5 66 Separation Authority and the Type of Separation 97. 5 67 Suspension of Discharge 97, Figure 5 1 Sample Format for Request for Civil Court Record Concealed at Time of Enlistment 98. Table 5 1 Action After Concealment Of Prior Service Is Verified 99. Table 5 2 Disposition Of Case Involving Concealment Of Mental Illness Or Disorder 100. Table 5 3 Disposition Of Airmen Who Enter Fraudulently Concealing Medical. Disqualification See Note 1 100, Table 5 4 Type Of Separation And Approval Authority Erroneous Enlistment Or.
Fraudulent Entry 101, Chapter 6 PROCEDURES FOR INVOLUNTARY DISCHARGE 102. Section 6A Processing Guidelines 102, 6 1 Separation or Retention 102. 6 2 Procedural Requirements 103, 6 3 Medical Examinations 104. 6 4 Enlisted Performance Report EPR 104, 6 5 Information Received After Discharge Action Starts 104. AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 9, 6 6 Preparation of Recommendations for Discharge 105.
6 7 Processing Time Goals 106, Section 6B Notification Procedures 106. 6 8 Use and Purpose 106, 6 9 Action by the Initiating Commander 106. 6 10 Action by the Member 108, 6 11 Action by the MPF 108. 6 12 Action by the SPCM Authority 108, Section 6C Board Hearing or Board Waiver 109. 6 13 Procedural Rights 109, 6 14 Action by the Initiating Commander 110.
6 15 Action by the Member 111, 6 16 Action by the MPF 111. 6 17 Action by the Convening Authority 111, 6 18 Action by the Administrative Discharge Board 112. 6 19 Action by the Separation Authority 112, 6 20 Withdrawal of the Board Waiver 113. 6 21 Referral to a New Board 113, 6 22 Airmen Not Present for the Board Hearing 113. 6 23 Witnesses for the Board Hearing 114, Section 6D Conditional Waiver of Board Hearing 114.
6 24 Options Explained 114, 6 25 Offer by the Member 114. 6 26 Acceptance or Rejection 114, 6 27 Withdrawal of a Conditional Waiver 115. 6 28 Action After a Conditional Waiver Is Rejected 115. 6 29 Action When a Conditional Waiver Is Accepted 115. Section 6E Dual Action Processing 115, 6 30 When Dual Action Is Required 115. 6 31 Airmen Not Qualified for Worldwide Duty 115, 6 32 Service Retirement Eligibility 116. 10 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004, 6 33 Action When the Respondent Applies 116.
6 34 Action When the Respondent Does Not Apply 116. Section 6F Airmen With Lengthy Service 116, 6 35 Procedures Explained 116. 6 36 Referral Required 116, 6 37 MAJCOM Review 116. 6 38 Disposition of the Case 117, Section 6G Dual Status Members 117. 6 39 Who Has Dual Status 117, 6 40 Board Hearings 117. 6 41 Advice to the Airman 117, 6 42 Completing the Action 117.
Section 6H Joint Processing 118, 6 43 Reasons for Joint Processing 118. 6 44 Supplemental Procedures for Joint Processing 118. 6 45 Separation Authority for Cases Processed Jointly 118. 6 46 Reporting Separation for More Than One Reason 118. 6 47 Execution of Discharge Involving Civilian Conviction 118. Section 6I Processing Airmen Dropped From Unit Rolls 118. 6 48 Status of Airmen 118, 6 49 Eligibility for In Absentia Processing 119. 6 50 Notice to the Absentee 119, 6 51 Return to Military Control 119. 6 52 Alien Absentees 119, Section 6J Procedures for Cases Involving Civilian Conviction 119. 6 53 Commander s Responsibilities 119, 6 54 Waiver of Discharge 120.
6 55 Processing Recommendations for Waiver 120, 6 56 Notice to Civil Authorities 121. 6 57 Civil Court Actions Under Appeal 122, 6 58 Execution of Discharge Based on Civil Conviction 123. AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 11, 6 59 Cases Involving Foreign Courts 123. Section 6K Waiver Processing Requirements In Drug Abuse Cases 124. 6 60 Waiver of Discharge 124, 6 61 Processing Recommendations for Waiver 124. Figure 6 1 Sample Notification Memorandum Entry Le. 2 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 SUMMARY OF REVISIONS This change incorporates interim change IC 2004 2 Attachment 8 Changes Table 9 1 rule 8 col

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