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Suspension of Favorable. Personnel Action (FLAGS). Reference:. AR 600-8 Suspension of Favorable Actions Personnel Actions. What is a FLAG. A suspension of any favorable actions due to misconduct actions and behavior. Reason for a FLAG. Failure to pass APFT Weight Control Program

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Suspension of favorable

Suspension of Favorable

Personnel Action (FLAGS)


Reference

Reference:

  • AR 600-8 Suspension of Favorable Actions Personnel Actions


What is a flag

What is a FLAG

  • A suspension of any favorable actions due to misconduct actions and behavior.


Reason for a flag

Reason for a FLAG

  • Failure to pass APFT

  • Weight Control Program

  • Unfavorable actions


Two categories of flag s

Two Categories of FLAG’s

  • Non-transferable- May not be transferred to another unit.

  • Transferable- Can be transferred to another unit.


Non transferable flag

Non-Transferable FLAG

  • Any actions that requires punishments.

    -Once punishment is completed FLAG is dropped.

    Examples:

    Court-martial

    Nonjudicial punishment

    Administrative Reduction


Transferable flag s

Transferable FLAG’s

  • HQDA directed

  • Failure to pass APFT

  • Entry into Weight Control Program


Prohibited actions

Prohibited Actions

  • Reenlistment and extensions

  • Reassignment

  • Promotions and evaluations for promotions

  • Awards or decorations

  • Military schooling

  • Retirement

  • Command sponsorship


Conclusion

Conclusion:

  • FLAG’s are actions of attempting to correction soldiers behavior due to misconduct or not adhering to Amy’s standards.


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