Army Commanders Can Start the Separation Process For Some Nondeployable Soldiers Immediately
from Army Times
The Army's new nondeployable policy takes the Defense Department's 12-month limit and chops it in half for soldiers sidelined due to administrative issues. And if your leadership is pretty sure you can't get on track? They can move to administratively separate you right away. A directive signed Nov. 8 by Army Secretary Mark Esper deals specifically with administrative nondeployables, deferring regulations for those on medical or legal hold to the Defense Department standard.
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