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The Army Service School Academic Report (DA Form 1059) used to document training courses for officers and warrant officers is an acceptable form of documentation if mailed from Army school or certified by Army Education personnel.
DA Form 581 "Request for Issue and Turn-In of Ammunition"
DA Form 31 serves to certify leave days chargeable to a soldier's leave account or it may be used to update a soldier's military leave and pay records.
A: To request a DA 330 of DLPT/OPI Scores (not DLPT/OPI ACE college credit recommendations), please contact the Test Control Officer (TCO) at the location where you took the test. The DLIFLC Testing Office can only generate DA 330s of the DLPTs/OPIs for personnel who physically tested at DLIFLC.
From the EES Home Page, select \u201cAER Home\u201d. Select \u201cContinue/View Active AERs\u201d. EES will display only the courses for which the Rating Official has been assigned. Click on the \u201c+\u201d symbol to the left of the class to view your student list and initiated AERs.
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The Army Service School Academic Report (DA Form 1059) used to document training courses for officers and warrant officers is an acceptable form of documentation if mailed from Army school or certified by Army Education personnel.
Question: \u201cIf a Soldier is flagged for adverse action pending an investigation, will he be removed from the promotion standing list?\u201d The answer is no. A Soldier must have received punishment or court martial under Article 15, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, in order to lose promotable status.
e. The suspension of favorable actions on a Soldier is mandatory when military or civilian authorities initiate any investigation or inquiry that may potentially result in disciplinary or adverse administrative action.
The DA Form 268 is an Army personnel form used in conjunction with Regulation AR 600-8-2 to add or remove \u201cflags\u201d to a soldier's record that will affect decisions pertaining to the soldier's possible promotion in rank.
Active flags will then be reviewed and validated at least monthly by a soldier's unit commander, and by the battalion-level commander when the flag has been in place for more than six months. Flags will be removed within three working days after a soldier's status changes from unfavorable to favorable.

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