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MILPERSMAN Section 1910-154 (10 Nov 2009) SEPARATION BY REASON OF ENTRY LEVEL PERFORMANCE AND CONDUCT
- NAVPERS 15560D MILPERSMAN Section 1910-154 (10 Nov 2009) SEPARATION BY REASON OF ENTRY LEVEL PERFORMANCE AND CONDUCT (55.5 KB)
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1. Policy. Members may be separated for entry level performance and conduct when a. in an entry level status (i.e., within first 180 days of continuous active duty (ACDU) on the date of notification of administrative separation (ADSEP) processing); and b. it is determined that members are unqualified for further Naval Service by reason of unsatisfactory performance and conduct as evidenced by incapability, lack of reasonable effort, failure to adapt to the naval environment, or minor disciplinary infractions; and c. have violated a NAVPERS 1070/613 (Rev. 7-06), Administrative Remarks counseling/warning which specifically addresses individual's unsatisfactory performance/conduct (MILPERSMAN 1910-204). A member must have violated a NAVPERS 1070/613 warning prior to processing for separation under this category. ... 3. Characterization of Separation. Description of separation shall always be an Entry Level Separation (ELS).