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AR 635-200 Active Duty Enlisted Administrative Separations (6 Sept 2011)

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Chapter 1
General Provisions
Section III
Separation Authority
1-19. Authority to approve or disapprove separation

Commentario: Esta norma permite pero no requiere que la PCF (Centro del Control del Personal) separe (discharge) administrativamente a un soldado por una ausencia de más de 30 días. ...

l. The GCMCA or higher authority at installations having PCFs may delegate the authority to approve separations in lieu of trial by court-martial (see chap 10) to the commander exercising special court-martial convening authority over the Soldier who submitted the request for discharge in cases in which the Soldier -
(1) Has been AWOL for more than 30 days.
(2) Has been dropped from the rolls of his/her unit as absent in desertion.
(3) Has been returned to military control.
(4) Currently is at the PCF.
(5) Is charged only with AWOL for more than 30 days.

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Chapter 10
Discharge in Lieu of Trial by Court-Martial
10-7. Discharge authority
The separation authority will be a commander exercising general court-martial jurisdiction or higher authority. (See para 1-19a.) However, authority to approve discharges may be delegated to the commander exercising special court-martial convening authority over the soldier (see paras 1-19c(5) and 1-19l) in cases in which all of the following apply to the soldier. He/she--
a. Has been AWOL for more than 30 days.
b. Has been dropped from the rolls of his/her unit as absent in desertion.
c. Has been returned to military control.
d. Currently is at the PCF.
e. Is charged only with AWOL for more than 30 days.