DA FORM 4856 MAGIC STATEMENT PDF

We need more examples. Magic Bullet Counseling Everyone has their favorite official statement for the bottom of the DA counseling form. Continued behavior of this kind may result in initiation of separation action to eliminate you from the Army. If you are separated for unsatisfactory performance, you could receive an Honorable, General, or Other than Honorable OTH characterization of service. A General or OTH characterization of service could severely prejudice you in civilian life.

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We need more examples. Magic Bullet Counseling Everyone has their favorite official statement for the bottom of the DA counseling form. Continued behavior of this kind may result in initiation of separation action to eliminate you from the Army. If you are separated for unsatisfactory performance, you could receive an Honorable, General, or Other than Honorable OTH characterization of service. A General or OTH characterization of service could severely prejudice you in civilian life.

Additionally, an OTH characterization of service could deprive you of many or all military and VA benefits, to include forfeiture of all educational benefits. Any further misconduct or unsatisfactory performance may cause you to be eliminated without further counseling. An Honorable Discharge is a separation with honor based on the quality of service, which meets the standards of acceptable conduct and performance of duty.

A General Discharge is a separation under honorable conditions, based on a military record being satisfactory but not sufficiently meritorious to warrant an Honorable Discharge. A discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions is based upon a pattern of behavior of one or more acts or omissions that constitutes a significant departure from the conduct expected of a soldier.

If you receive an Honorable Discharge, you will be qualified for most benefits resulting from military service. If you receive a General Discharge, you will be disqualified from service for some period of time and you will be ineligible for some military and VA administered benefits, including the Montgomery GI Bill. If you receive a discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions, you will be ineligible for further service and for most benefits, including payments of accrued leave, transitional benefits, the Montgomery GI Bill, and possibly transportation of dependents and household goods to home.

You may also face difficulty in obtaining civilian employment as employers have a low regard for General and Under Other Than Honorable conditions discharges. Although there are agencies to which you may apply to have your characterization of service changed, it is unlikely that such application will be successful. If separated, you could receive an Honorable, Under Honorable Conditions, or Under Other Than Honorable Conditions discharge or characterization of service, or an Entry Level Separation uncharacterized , if authorized.

It is unlikely that you would be successful in any attempt to have the character of your service changed. A General Discharge is a separation under honorable conditions based on a military record being satisfactory but not sufficiently meritorious to warrant an Honorable Discharge.

A discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions is based upon a pattern of behavior that constitutes a significant departure from the conduct expected of a soldier. An Honorable Discharge may be awarded under any of these provisions. With an Honorable Discharge, you will be qualified for most benefits resulting from military service.

An involuntary honorable Discharge, however, will disqualify you from reenlistment for some period of time and may disqualify you from receiving transitional benefits commissary, housing, health benefits and the Montgomery GI Bill if you have not met other program requirements. If you receive a discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions, you will be ineligible for reenlistment and for most benefits, including payments of accrued leave, transitional benefits, the Montgomery GI Bill and possibly transportation of dependents and household goods to home.

Continued behavior of this kind may result in initiation of separation action to eliminate you from the Army or non-judicial punishment. Any further acts of misconduct or unsatisfactory performance may cause you to be eliminated without further counseling. Any less than Honorable discharge could deprive you of many or all military and Veterans Administration VA benefits including loss of both education benefits and civil service retirement credit.

A negative characterization of your service can have lasting negative impact on future civilian employment. If separated, you could receive an [honorable], [general, under honorable conditions], [uncharacterized] or [under other than honorable] characterization of service. If you receive less than an Honorable discharge, you can expect to encounter significant prejudice in civilian life. Any early separation action might result in recoupment of unearned enlistment bonuses, a loss of G.

Bill or VEAP education benefits and no separation pay, if you were otherwise qualified. You could be required to repay the Government for any portion of an unearned reenlistment bonus or any educational benefits already used. If you have not completed the required time of enlistment, loss of accrued benefits will occur, and any monies reduced from your pay are not refundable.

Your type of discharge will become a matter of permanent record, and may, consistent with the Privacy Act, be provided to Federal, state and local agencies. You may be subject to a bar to reenlistment under AR ; a written reprimand under AR ; reduction in grade under AR , Chapter 6; MOS reclassification under AR ; an adverse NCOER evaluation report if eligible for one under AR or ; extra training or instruction under AR , paragraph ; flagging action under AR , and other adverse administrative action.

An involuntary honorable Discharge, however, will disqualify you from reenlistment for some period of time and may disqualify you from receiving transitional benefits e. If you receive a General Discharge, you will be disqualified from reenlisting in the service for some period of time and you will be ineligible for some military and VA administered benefits, including the Montgomery GI Bill.

If you receive a discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions, you will be ineligible for reenlistment and for most benefits, including payments of accrued leave, transitional benefits, the Montgomery GI Bill, and possibly transportation of dependents and household goods to home.

Army under the provisions of Chapter 5 8 11 13 14 , AR If you receive a General or an OTH Discharge, this could result in the possible loss of some or all Veterans Benefits and substantial prejudice in obtaining civilian employment. In addition, if you have contributed money to the Montgomery G. Bill and you are released from active duty with a less than Honorable Discharge, you will not be eligible to receive money for educational purposes and any money already contributed for educational purposes is nonrefundable and may be forfeited.

An Honorable Discharge entitles you to receive all discharge benefits. A General Discharge may result in substantial prejudice in civilian life and loss of certain benefits, such as civil service retirement credit and educational assistance.

An UOTH Discharge could result in substantial prejudice in civilian life, and may result in the loss of most or all benefits as a veteran under both Federal and State laws. Some of the benefits you would not be eligible for with an UOTH discharge are payment for accrued leave, health benefits, civil service preference, reemployment rights, unemployment compensation and naturalization benefits.

An involuntary separation might result in recoupment of unearned enlistment bonuses, a loss of G. Bill or VEAP educational benefits, and no separation pay. It is very difficult to upgrade a less than honorable discharge. If separated, you could receive a discharge with a characterization of service as General under honorable conditions or under other than honorable conditions.

While you can apply to the Discharge Review Board or Army Board for Correction of Military Records to upgrade the character of your service, it is unlikely that you will be successful. If you receive a discharge under less than honorable conditions, you will be ineligible for reenlistment and for most benefits, including payments of accrued leave, transitional benefits, the Montgomery GI Bill, VA benefits, and you may also face difficulty in obtaining civilian employment.

An involuntary separation for any other discharge however may disqualify you from benefits to include but not limited to: reenlistment, transitional benefits e.

Bill, VA administered benefits, payments of accrued leave, and transportation of dependents and household goods. In addition you could face difficulty in obtaining civilian employment as employers have low regard for general and Under Other Than Honorable conditions discharge. There are agencies to which you may apply in an attempt to change the characterization of your discharge, however it is unlikely that any such application would be successful.

UCMJ action. If this conduct continues, action may be initiated to involuntarily separate you from the service under AR , Chapter 5, 11, 13 or An Honorable Discharge may be awarded under Chapter 5, 13 and An Uncharacterized Discharge may be awarded under Chapter If you receive an Honorable Discharge, you will be qualified for most benefits resulting from your military service.

If you receive a General Under Honorable Conditions Discharge or an Uncharacterized Discharge, you will be disqualified from reenlisting in the service for some period i.

If you receive Other Than Honorable Discharge, you will be ineligible for most, if not all, veterans benefits to include but not limited to the Montgomery G. Bill and you will be precluded from reenlisting in the service. If a General Under Honorable Conditions, Other Than Honorable, or Uncharacterized Discharge is given, you may face difficulty in obtaining civilian employment as employers have a low regard for less than Honorable Discharges.

Although agencies exist to which you may apply to upgrade a less than Honorable Discharge, it is unlikely that such application will be successful. You will be given a reasonable period of time to correct these deficiencies and to rehabilitate yourself into a productive satisfactory Soldier.

Your conduct will be monitored during this time and you will be given an opportunity to prove yourself. If your performance and conduct continues to be unsatisfactory, you could be processed for separation under Chapter or AR You could also be chaptered under Chapter 9, 13, or If you are processed for separation under Chapters 9 or 13 you could receive a general discharge and if processed under Chapter 14, Section III, you may receive up to an Other Than Honorable Discharge.

Regardless of the type of discharge that you may receive it may have serious consequences effecting civilian, veterans benefits, or future service.

Unsatisfactory performances and acts or patterns of misconduct can result in separation from the Army under AR Chapter 14 Misconduct is misconduct based on minor disciplinary infractions, a pattern of misconduct, commission of a serious offense, conviction by civil authorities, desertion, and absence without leave.

Under the provisions of these chapters, discharge from the Army can be characterized as: Chapter 13 Honorable or under honorable conditions as warranted by their military record. Chapter a Discharge under other than honorable conditions is normally appropriate for a soldier under this chapter. Have examples? Enter them below and click Send.

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Fejar army counseling statement examples, late for dutry, lost ID card An Honorable Discharge may be awarded under Chapter 5, forj and If this conduct continues, action may be initiated to involuntarily separate you from the service under ARChapter 5, 11, 13 or In addition you could face difficulty in obtaining civilian employment as employers have low regard for general and Under Other Than Honorable conditions discharge. Everyone has their favorite official statement for the bottom of the DA counseling form. Bill and you will be precluded from reenlisting in the service. Enter them below and click Send.

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Failure to follow these orders is a violation of article 92 Failure to obey order or regulation of the UCMJ and may result in initiation of action separating you from the U. Army under the provisions of Chapter 5 8 11 13 14 , AR If you receive a General or an OTH Discharge, this could result in the possible loss of some or all Veterans Benefits and substantial prejudice in obtaining civilian employment. In addition, if you have contributed money to the Montgomery G. Bill and you are released from active duty with a less than Honorable Discharge, you will not be eligible to receive money for educational purposes and any money already contributed for educational purposes is nonrefundable and may be forfeited.

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