Mandatory Bar to Continued Service – IAW AR 601-280, para 8-4e: Commanders must initiate a bar to continued service or separation proceedings (as applicable per AR 635-200) against Soldiers who meet the following criteria. Commanders are not required to initiate a bar to continued service on Soldiers who were promoted, selected in a ...
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According to AR 215-1, what does the BOSS program provide? Definition It provides opportunities for active duty Soldiers, with an emphasis on single and unaccompanied Soldiers, to participate in physical, self-development, leisure, and educational related services.
(AR 601-280, Chapter 3, paragraph 3-8) A Soldier wants to reenlist, but he is pending a MOS/Medical Retention Board (MMRB). What actions can you take if a Soldier is pending MMRB.
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b. Review by the commander of the Service records of active duty soldiers apprehended for offenses described in paragraph a, above, to determine if any of the following actions should be taken: (1) Administrative reduction per AR 600–8–19. (2) Bar to reenlistment per AR 601–280. (3) Administrative separation per AR 635–200. 2–8.