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DAFI 36-3211 Military Separations (24 JUNE 2022)

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DAFI 36-3211 Military Separations (24 JUNE 2022) (4.3 MB)

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Section 7D—Entry Level Performance or Conduct.

7.22. Eligibility and Criteria. Members in entry level status should be discharged when their unsatisfactory performance or conduct shows they are not qualified to be productive members of the AF or SF.

7.22.1. A member may be discharged under this provision only if the discharge processing starts during the first 180 days of continuous active military service or the first 180 days of continuous active military service after a break of more than 92 days of active service.

ARC Only: For ARC members who have not completed 180 days of continuous active military service and are not on active duty, entry level status begins upon enlistment in a reserve component unit (including a period of assignment to a delayed entry program). Entry level status ends 180 days after beginning initial active duty training. Thus, a member may be in entry level status for more than 180 days after enlistment.

...7.24.3. Discharge under this section is described as an entry level separation.

Comentario: Una separación al nivel inicial es la única clase de separación indicada por la norma para no ir ala formación inicial en servicio activo.


AFMAN 36-2032 Military Recruiting and Accessions (27 SEPT 2019)

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3.3 MB (3.3 MB)

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Chapter 2 Recruiting Programs

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2.4.3.1. Recruiting Malpractice. Recruiters who take any action to conceal or conspire to conceal a disqualifying factor or to qualify an ineligible applicant in violation of directives have committed recruiting malpractice. Recruiting malpractice is prohibited...

2.4.3.2. Recruiting Misconduct. Recruiting misconduct is defined as any willful or intentional conduct by a recruiter contrary to this paragraph or any other applicable publication that is prejudicial to the good order and discipline of the Armed Forces, or of a nature that could bring discredit upon the Air Force. These prohibitions apply from the first contact between a prospect, an applicant or a recruit and the recruiter through entry level training and for six (6) months after the trainee completes all initial active duty training requirements (basic military training (BMT) and follow on technical training). The
following are examples of recruiting misconduct, but are not all inclusive.
2.4.3.2.1. Recruiters will not make statements to a prospect, applicant or recruit that imply the Air Force will take legal action against an individual who refuses to enter active duty or extended active duty (EAD). (T-1)
2.4.3.2.2. Recruiters will not order or otherwise force applicants to report for active duty or EAD who:
2.4.3.2.2.1. Enlist in the delayed enlistment program; or (T-1)
2.4.3.2.2.2. Take a commissioning oath in the AFR. (T-1)
2.4.3.2.3. Recruiters will not mislead or misinform a prospect or applicant regarding any aspect of recruiting policy, procedures, entitlements, benefits, or any intentional misinformation designed to induce an applicant to apply for or accept enlistment, commissioning, assignment or appointment. (T-1)