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2-3. Specific prohibitions
h. Misrepresentation and coercion.
(1) Recruiters will not knowingly mislead or misinform a prospect or applicant regarding any aspect of processing, entitlements, benefits, or other aspects of the Army to entice a prospect or applicant to access or enlist into either the RA or USAR, or transfer to a TPU. This includes "conditional" enlistments in which an applicant enlists based on a recruiter's assurance that the applicant's prospects for selection for another program will improve. Other examples include, but are not limited to, false promises of cash bonus, Army College Fund, Student Loan Repayment Program, regaining custody of dependent children prior to completion of first term of enlistment, overseas assignments, or a specific station of choice.
Commentario: A veces el DEP se llama (incorrectamente) el Delayed Enlistment Program o el Future Soldiers Program (el programa para los militares futuros). "RA" significa "Regular Army" (Army activo), "USAR" significa "US Army Reserve" (las reservas del Army), "TPU" significa "Troop Program Unit" (unidad de programa de tropas).
(2) Recruiters will not threaten, coerce, or intimidate any person for the purpose of inducing a Future Soldier (FS) or FO to report to AD. This includes misrepresenting the likelihood of being apprehended and ordered to AD. It also includes obstructing an FS from being separated from the FSTP or an FO from accessing. Although recruiters may properly attempt to "resell" an FS or FO, they will not unreasonably delay the process of an FS's or FO's request for separation.
Comments :"AD" significa "Active Duty" (servicio activo), "FSTP" significa "Future Soldier Training Program" (programa de entrenamiento para los militares futuros).
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