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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 Level Separation 125. Figure 6 2 Sample Notification Memorandum No Board Entitlement. Honorable or Under Honorable Conditions General Discharge 127. Figure 6 3 Sample Receipt of Notification Memorandum 129. Figure 6 4 Sample Memorandum Airman s Statement No Board Entitlement 130. Figure 6 5 Sample Memorandum Recommendation for Discharge 131. Figure 6 6 Sample Notification Memorandum Board Hearing 134. Figure 6 7 Sample Letter Airman s Acknowledgment Board Hearing 137. Figure 6 8 Sample Letter Airman s Statement of Board Hearing or Unconditional Waiver 138. Figure 6 9 Sample Letter Airman s Conditional Waiver Statement 140. Figure 6 10 Sample Paragraph Format Notice to Retirement Eligible or Lengthy Service. Review Eligible Airmen 142, Figure 6 11 Sample Memorandum Request for Information About Civilian Conviction 143.
Table 6 1 Special Processing 144,Table 6 2 Requirements Of Medical Officers 145. Table 6 3 Referral To A New Board 145,Table 6 4 Average Processing Time Goals 146. Table 6 5 Action By The Convening Authority 147, Table 6 6 Action By The Administrative Discharge Board 148. Table 6 7 Options Of The Separation Authority COG Discharge 149. Table 6 8 Options Of The Separation Authority Discharge For Fraudulent Entry 150. Table 6 9 Options Of The Separation Authority Unsatisfactory Performance Or Failure. In Drug Or Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation 151, Table 6 10 Options Of The Separation Authority Discharge For Homosexual Conduct 152. Table 6 11 Options Of The Separation Authority Discharge For Misconduct 153. Table 6 12 Options Of The Separation Authority Discharge In The Interest Of. National Security 154,12 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004, Table 6 13 Processing Cases Requiring Medical Evaluation 155.
Table 6 14 Dual Action Processing Involving Disability Separation 156. Table 6 15 Dual Action Processing Involving Service Retirement 157. Table 6 16 Disposition Of Cases After OSAF Action 157. Chapter 7 PROBATION AND REHABILITATION P R 158, Section 7A The Probation and Rehabilitation Program 158. 7 1 Program Objectives 158,7 2 Rehabilitation Procedures 158. 7 3 Criteria for Suspension of Discharge 159,7 4 Documenting Consideration of P R 159. Section 7B P R Procedures 159, 7 5 Authority To Suspend Execution of Discharge 159. 7 6 Action by the Separation Authority 159,7 7 Action by the Immediate Commander 160.
7 8 Airmen Undergoing Rehabilitation 161,7 9 Completion of Rehabilitation 161. 7 10 Other Options During Rehabilitation 161,7 11 Failure To Meet Goals of Rehabilitation 162. 7 12 Vacating the Suspension of Discharge 163,7 13 Unauthorized Absence During P R 163. 7 14 Dual Status Airmen 164, Figure 7 1 Sample Memorandum Authorization for Probation and Rehabilitation 165. Figure 7 2 Sample Fact Sheet for Airmen Undergoing Probation and Rehabilitation 166. Chapter 8 ADMINISTRATIVE DISCHARGE BOARDS 167,8 1 Purpose Function and Duties 167.
8 2 Convening Authority 167,8 3 Composition of the Board 167. 8 4 Reporter and Interpreter 168,8 5 Replacing Board Members 168. 8 6 Functions of the Legal Advisor 168,AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 13. 8 7 Duties of the Recorder 168,8 8 Review Before the Board Convenes 169. 8 9 Respondent s Rights 169,8 10 Arranging for Witnesses 170.
8 11 Dual Status Airmen 171,8 12 Hearing Procedures 171. 8 13 Presenting Evidence to the Board 172,8 14 Burden of Proof 172. 8 15 Voting in Closed Session 172,8 16 Findings and Recommendations 172. 8 17 Recording the Board Proceedings 173, Table 8 1 Composition Of The Administrative Discharge Board See Note 1 173. Table 8 2 Recording The Board Proceedings 174,Chapter 9 SEPARATION PAY 175.
9 1 General Procedures 175,9 2 Full Separation Pay Nondisability 176. 9 3 Half Separation Pay Nondisability 176, 9 4 Computation of Active Service and Separation Pay 177. 9 5 Repayment of Separation Pay 177, 9 6 Secretary of the Air Force SAF Determination 178. Figure 9 1 Sample Individual Ready Reserve Statement. Conditional for Enlisted Separation Pay 179,Table 9 1 Types of Separations Authorized Payment. member must meet all qualifying criteria see notes 1 2 180. Chapter 10 SRA E 4 AND BELOW HIGH YEAR OF TENURE HYT. SEPARATION PROCEDURES 182,Section 10A Policy and Procedures 182.
10 1 SrA E 4 and below HYT Policy and Procedures 182. Section 10B SrA and Below Assigned to Base Closures or Unit Deactivations 182. 10 2 Assigned To An Overseas Closure Base or Unit Deactivation with. 12 Years or More of Active Service 182,14 AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004. 10 3 Assigned To A CONUS or Overseas Closure Base or Unit Deactivation. with Less than 12 Years of Active Service 183,Section 10C Demotion Actions 183. 10 4 Demotion Actions The following actions are taken when a member is. demoted and is affected by the HYT program 183, Section 10D Members on Terminal Leave and Promoted 185. 10 5 Members on Terminal Leave When Promotion List is Released 185. Section 10E Members Not Entitled to Separation Pay See Table 9 1 185. 10 6 Member Not Entitled to Full Separation Pay 185. 10 7 Member Not Entitled to Separation Pay 185, Section 10F Separating Early Without Loss of Separation Pay 186. 10 8 Separating Early Under HYT Program Without Loss of Separation Pay 186. Section 10G High Year of Tenure Extensions Waivers and Separation Program. Designator SPD Codes 186,10 9 Extending To HYT Month 186.
10 10 HYT Waiver Request 186, Section 10H Separation Program Designator Codes SPD 187. 10 11 Separation Program Designator SPD Codes 187, Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 189. Attachment 2 WAR AND MOBILIZATION SEPARATION PROCEDURES 198. Attachment 3 ADMINISTRATIVE DISCHARGE FACT SHEET 199. Attachment 4 GUIDELINES FOR FACT FINDING INQUIRES,INTO HOMOSEXUAL CONDUCT 201. Attachment 5 IC 2000 1 TO AFI 36 3208,ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF AIRMEN 205. Attachment 6 IC 2003 1 TO AFI 36 3208,ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF AIRMEN 213.
Attachment 7 IC 2004 1 TO AFI 36 3208,ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF AIRMEN 220. AFI36 3208 9 JULY 2004 15,GENERAL PROCEDURES, Section 1A Information Applicable to All Separations. 1 1 Statutory Authority Approval Authority and Reasons for Separation. 1 1 1 Statutory Authority Laws Department of Defense DoD directives and policies announced. by the Secretary of the Air Force authorize the separation of airmen No member may be discharged. or released before expiration of term of service ETS except as prescribed by the Secretary of the Air. Force by sentence of court martial or as otherwise prescribed by law The War and Mobilization Sep. aration Policy is at Attachment 2, 1 1 2 Approval Authority Each part of this instruction authorizing separation tells who is autho. rized to approve or disapprove the separation Except when action by the special court martial. SPCM or general court martial GCM authority is specifically required the commander exercising. separation authority may designate in writing a staff officer to act on the matter The authority may. not be further delegated Commanders who may exercise separation authority include. 1 1 2 1 General officers who command units,1 1 2 2 Commanders of divisions or wings. 1 1 2 3 Commanders who exercise special or general court martial jurisdiction. 1 1 2 4 Others specifically designated by Headquarters Air Force Military Personnel Center Air. man Separations Section HQ AFMPC DPMARS2, 1 1 3 Where to Find Reasons for Separation Characterization and Description For lists of rea.
sons for separation the authorizing portion of the instruction and the types of separations authorized. see Table 1 1 Table 1 2 and Table 1 3, 1 2 Authority of the Secretary to Direct Discharge. 1 2 1 The Secretary of the Air Force may direct the separation of any airman before ETS if the Sec. retary determines that such separation is in the best interest of the Air Force The Secretary does not. delegate this authority to field commanders Characterize separation under this provision as honorable. unless an entry level separation is authorized, 1 2 2 Separation authorities recommending action under this paragraph will notify the member of the. proposed action and the reason for the recommendation Give the member 3 workdays to submit a. rebuttal with the assistance of military legal counsel. 1 2 3 Separation authorities send cases through command channels to the major command MAJ. COM of the commander exercising SPCM authority over the member MAJCOM commanders who. concur in the recommendation for discharge send the original and one copy of the case to the Airman. Separation Section HQ AFMPC DPMARS2 for referral to the Secretary of the Air Force Personnel. Council AFPC The MAJCOM commander or vice commander must sign the recommendation for.


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