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Tools for Promoting Good Order and Discipline. References. AR 600-8-29 AR 600-20 AR 600-37 AR 601-280 AR 623-3 DA Pam 623-105 AR 635-200. FM 6-22 AR 27-10 AR 190-5 AR 380-67 AR 600-8-2 AR 600-8-10 AR 600-8-19 AR 600-8-24. Army Leadership. Lead Lead Others Extend Influence

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references
References
  • AR 600-8-29
  • AR 600-20
  • AR 600-37
  • AR 601-280
  • AR 623-3
  • DA Pam 623-105
  • AR 635-200
  • FM 6-22
  • AR 27-10
  • AR 190-5
  • AR 380-67
  • AR 600-8-2
  • AR 600-8-10
  • AR 600-8-19
  • AR 600-8-24
army leadership
Army Leadership
  • Lead
    • Lead Others
    • Extend Influence
    • Lead by Example
    • Communicate
  • Develop
    • Create positive Environment
    • Prepare Self
    • Develop Others
  • Achieve
    • Get Results
army leadership1
Army Leadership
  • Army leaders must teach their subordinates moral principles, ethical theory, Army values, and leadership attributes.
  • Leaders reinforce and discipline behavior to guide subordinates’ development.
  • To help subordinates live according to Army values, leaders enforce rules, policies, and regulations.
  • Leaders can promote Army values by setting the example themselves and pointing out other examples of Army values in both normal and exceptional activities.
  • People of character behave correctly through correct understanding and personal desire.
  • Individuals must also know why Army values are important and how to apply them to everyday Army life.
  • People of character must possess the desire to act ethically in all situations.
  • Leaders should influence others’ character development and foster correct actions through role modeling, teaching, and coaching.
  • Becoming a person of character and a leader of character is a career-long process involving both self-development and developmental counseling.
  • Because subordinates learn best by doing, leaders should be willing to take calculated risks and accept the possibility that less experienced subordinates will make mistakes.
  • Empower subordinates. Give them a task, delegate the necessary authority, and let them do the work.
  • Good leaders allow space so subordinates can experiment within the bounds of intent-based orders and plans.
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Tools for Promoting Good Order and Discipline
  • Positive, reinforcing tools
    • Time
    • Communicate
    • Training
    • Periodic counseling
    • Interest in Soldier and Family
    • Motivate; instill drive
    • Communicate mission
    • Formal evaluations
    • Boards
    • Awards – formal and informal
    • Competition
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Tools for Promoting Good Order and Discipline
  • Adverse administrative actions
    • Counseling
    • Reprimand
    • Denial of Privileges
    • Corrective Training
    • Administrative Reduction
    • Flagging
    • Bar to Reenlistment
    • Suspension/Revocation of Security Clearance
    • Reclassification in MOS
    • Rehabilitative Transfer
    • Adverse Evaluation Reports
    • Relief for Cause
    • Administrative Separation
counseling soldiers
Counseling Soldiers
  • Positive and negative counseling
  • Key to all administrative actions:
    • Soldier must understand commander’s expectations for future conduct.
    • Oral counseling is not enough – Creates no record.
    • Put it in writing and document with specificity
      • DA Form 4856 - Include requirements of AR 635-200, para. 1-16 and Part IV, Rehabilitation
      • Results/Comments
    • Follow-up on DA 4856
corrective training
Corrective Training
  • Training or instruction must be directly related to the deficiency observed and oriented to correct that particular deficiency
          • Remedial PT
          • Bi-hourly check-in for FTRs
  • Training, NOT Punishment
  • Must not be excessively humiliating or degrading
withholding privileges
Withholding Privileges
  • Unlike rights, privileges can be withheld without due process
  • Should be related to the deficiency
the administrative reprimand
The Administrative Reprimand
  • Officially documents misconduct or poor performance in official files
      • Formal Procedures (Soldier may Rebut in Writing)
  • Filing Options
      • Local File
      • OMPF (General Officer directed)

- Performance fiche is the default filing

bar to reenlistment
Bar to Reenlistment
  • The Army desires to retain only those Soldiers of high moral character, competence, and demonstrated adaptability (AR 601-280).
  • Initiation of proceeding required for:
    • Failure to make satisfactory progress in Army Weight Control Program.
    • 2 Consecutive APFT failures.
    • Removal for Cause from NCOES Courses.
administrative separations
Administrative Separations
  • Counseling Requirements(AR 635-200, paragraph 1-16)
    • Prescribed Language
    • In Writing on DA Form 4856
  • Rehabilitative Transfer(AR 635-200, paragraph 1-16)
    • Between at least battalion sized units
    • Minimum of two months
    • May be waived by the Separation Authority
  • Characterization of Discharge
    • Honorable, General, Other than Honorable
  • Procedures
    • Notification v. Board
administrative separations2
Administrative Separations
  • Misconduct (Chapter 14)
    • Pattern of Misconduct (14-12b)
      • Counseling & Rehabilitative Transfer Required
    • Commission of Serious Offense (14-12c)
      • Counseling & Rehabilitative Transfer Not Required
  • Unsatisfactory Performance (Chapter 13)
    • Untrainability, unsuitability (APFT Failure), poor potential
      • Counseling & Rehabilitative Transfer Required
administrative separations3
Administrative Separations
  • Body Fat Standards (Chapter 18)
    • Cannot eat your way out of the Army
  • Convenience of the Government(Chapter 5)
    • Parenthood (Paragraph 5-8)
      • Family Care Plan
    • Personality Disorder (Paragraph 5-13)
    • Other Physical and Mental Conditions (Paragraph 5-17)
  • Dependency or Hardship(Chapter 6)
administrative separations4
Administrative Separations
  • Alcohol/Drug Rehabilitation Failure (Chapter 9)
  • Homosexuality (Chapter 15)
    • Credible information about Acts, Statements of Intent, or Marriage
    • Always consult with your trial counsel before initiating inquiry
  • Pregnancy (Chapter 8)
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Tools for Promoting Good Order and Discipline
  • Disciplinary tools
    • Memoranda of reprimand
    • Article 15’s
    • Summary Courts Martial
    • Courts Martial
non judicial punishment
Non-Judicial Punishment
  • Company Grade Authority
    • Summarized Proceedings
      • 14 Days Restriction; 14 Days Extra Duty; Oral Reprimand
      • No right to counsel
      • May Demand Trial By Court-Martial
    • Company Grade Article 15
      • E-6 and Below
      • 14 Days restriction; 14 Days Extra Duty; One Grade reduction (E-4 & Below Only); 7 Days Forfeiture
      • Right to Counsel
      • May Demand Trial By Court-Martial
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Non-Judicial Punishment
  • Field Grade Authority--
    • Punishment: 45 Days extra duty; 60 Days restriction; Reduction (1 or more grade for E-1 thru E-4 &1 grade for E-5 & E-6); 1/2 of 1 month’s pay for two months
    • Right to Counsel
    • Right to Demand Trial By Court-Martial
  • Publication of Results
    • Black out Social Security Numbers
courts martial
Courts-Martial
  • Types of Courts-Martial
    • Summary
      • Summary Court Officer Only
      • Accused may decline summary court-martial
      • Maximum of 30 days confinement (Rank Dependent)
    • BCD Special Court-Martial
      • Empowered to adjudge a BCD
    • General Court-Martial
      • Article 32 Investigation Required
courts martial1
Courts-Martial
  • Preferral of Charges
  • Disposition Recommendation
  • Pre-Trial Confinement
    • Serious Criminal Misconduct
    • Magistrate Review Required
  • Prevent Unlawful Command Influence
  • Immunity
    • USARAK Commander Only
  • Victim-Witness Assistance