Off the top of my head, you can only take 2 achievements, or one achievement and one milestone.
I didn't know NHQ wasn't informed nor eServices updated.
On the practical side.A CAPF 50 should be completed for the cadet. Spelling out exactly what behavior caused the demotion.Spelling out exactly what "satisfactory performance over a period of 60 days per achievement or award" means.A new CAPF 50 should be completed at the end of each 60 day period when the cadet is either promoted or terminated.Also please note.....That by the regulations (but maybe not common sense) the cadet could be eligible for promotion on the day the rank/achievement/milestone is re-earned. Key to make this sort of thing work.a. Involve the parents. Make sure they know why little Johnny is getting his stripes/pips taken away.b. Be absolutely honest with everyone. Don't just do this as a way to make some problem cadet quit in stead of doing proper termination procedures. Make sure you are set realistic goals. That you keep your end of the bargain if the cadet fulfills them.c. Understand that there are no provision to change your mind once you start the process. Bust 2d Lt back to SMSgt....and it is 60 day per achievement/milestone. You can't say a month down the road "Well he learned his lesson, lets promote him to Chief now and 2d Lt next month". So...picking the right number of achievements/milestones is important.d. Make sure you got your ducks in a row. DO THE FRIGGING PAPERWORK! If/when the parents appeal or make an IG complain....make sure you can go to your commander with the facts (as you know them) so that they can make an informed decision.e. AND THIS IS IMPORTANT. Be ready to accept that your decisions may be overturned by higher echelons. Have a plan on how you are going to move on and make sure you don't punish the cadet for the wing commander's soft heart/head.I've had to do this a couple of times. And these rules made sure that they were more or less successful and with as little butt pain as possible.Good Luck
Coudano, he was a Mitchell recipient, demoted to 6 stripes...Not for wearing it. Not sure what for, but he was a general troublemaker. Snuck out of an NCSA, propped up a door, and went into town to get a tattoo...
Quote from: Майор Хаткевич on April 20, 2017, 12:00:21 PMCoudano, he was a Mitchell recipient, demoted to 6 stripes...Not for wearing it. Not sure what for, but he was a general troublemaker. Snuck out of an NCSA, propped up a door, and went into town to get a tattoo...yeah i see it now, didn't read it right , before.with that said, a milestone and 2 achievements would only get him down to SMSgt, right?(depending on how long ago this happened)