The waiver will be thoroughly reviewed for accuracy. They will also review the packet to ensure the applicant did not process with open charges. TAG or acting TAG on orders will interview all applicants requiring a serious criminal misconduct waiver. Applicants will submit a detailed description of all offenses applicant statement.
Years of active Federal service. Soldiers who have completed a minimum of 18 years of active Federal service may, if otherwise eligible, be extended for the minimum time required to complete 20 years active Federal service.
Retirement must be accomplished not later than the last day of the month in which the Soldier attains retirement eligibility. Application for retirement will be submitted at the time extension is authorized. USAR Soldiers who have completed a minimum of 18 years of qualifying service for retired pay at age 60 may be extended for the minimum time required to complete 20 years qualifying service.
Transfer to the IRR, Retired Reserve, or discharge will be accomplished at the end of the retirement year in which the Soldier attains the 20 qualifying years.
ARNG Soldiers who have completed a minimum of 18 years qualifying service for retired pay at age 60 may be extended for the minimum time required to complete 20 years qualifying service by the State Adjutant General; disapproval authority is the CNGB. Transfer to the IRR, Retired Reserve, or discharge will be accomplished at the end of the retired year in which the Soldier attains the 20 qualifying years.
Cited in para 3—2j. AR — Enlisted Administrative Separations. Army Reserve Reenlistment Program. Cited in para 3—3c. Cited in para 3—2b, e. AR — Army Retention Program.
Cited in paras 3—2j, 3—3b 1 b. AR —8—24 Officer Transfers and Discharges. Cited in para 3—2m. The user does not have to read a related publication to understand this publication. The procedures for the measurements of height, weight, and specific body circumferences for the estimation of body fat are described in this appendix.
Although circumferences may be looked upon by untrained personnel as easy measures, they can give erroneous results if proper precautions are not followed. The individual taking the measurements must have a thorough understanding of the appropriate body landmarks and measurement techniques.
Unit commanders will require that designated personnel have hands-on training and read the instructions regarding technique and location and practice before official determinations are made. Two members of the unit will be utilized in the taking of measurements, one to place the tape measure and determine measurements, the other to assure proper placement and tension of the tape, as well as to record the measurement on the worksheet DA Form Body Fat Content Worksheet Male and DA Form Body Fat Content Worksheet Female.
The individual taking the measurements will be of the same sex as the Soldier being measured; the individual who assists the measurer and does the recording may be of either sex. The two will work with the Soldier between them so the tape is clearly visible from all sides.
When measuring circumferences, compression of the soft tissue is a problem that requires constant attention. The tape will be applied so that it makes contact with the skin and conforms to the body surface being measured. It will not compress the underlying soft tissues.
Note, however, that in the hip circumference more firm pressure is needed to compress gym shorts. All measurements are made in the horizontal plane parallel to the floorunless indicated otherwise.
The tape measure will be made of a nonstretchable material, preferably fiberglass; cloth or steel tapes are unacceptable. Cloth measuring tapes will stretch with usage and most steel tapes do not conform to body surfaces. The tape measure will be calibrated—that is, compared with a yardstick or a metal ruler to ensure validity.
This is done by aligning the fiberglass tape measure with the quarter inch markings on the ruler.References: a. SMOM TAPAS b. TOPS Change 4 c. TAPAS Reference for Applicants d. TAPAS Reference for RRNCOs X Tailored Adaptive Personality Assessment System (TAPAS) TAPAS is a measure of personality characteristics (e.g., achievement, sociability).
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