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Future 5-12.-Sample first endorsement to NJP appeal. Contents  of  the  Forwarding  Endorsements All via addressees should use a simple forwarding endorsement  and  should  not  comment  on  the  validity  of the appeal. The exception to this rule is the endorsement of  the  officer  who  imposed  the  punishment.  The  JAG- MAN requires that this endorsement, shown in figure 5-12,  include  the  following  information: . A comment on any assertions of fact contained in the letter of appeal that the officer who imposed the punishment  considers  inaccurate  or  erroneous. Recitation of any facts on the offenses that are not otherwise included in the appeal papers. If such factual information was brought out at the mast, the endorsement should so state and include any comment made by the appellant at the mast. Any other adverse factual information stated in the endorsement, unless it recites matters already stated in official service record entries, should be referred to the appellant for comment, if  possible,  and  the  appellant  should  be  given  an  oppor- tunity to submit a statement about it or state that he or she does not wish to make any statement. . As an enclosure, a copy of the completed mast report  form  (NAVPERS  1626/7). .  As  enclosures,  copies  of  all  documents  and signed statements that were considered as evidence at the mast or, if the NJP was imposed on the basis of the record of a court of inquiry or other fact-finding body, a copy of that record, including the findings of fact, opinions,  and  recommendations,  together  with  copies of  any  endorsements  thereon. l As enclosures, copies of the appellant’s record of performance  as  set  forth  on  service  record  page  9, administrative  remarks  set  forth  on  page  13,  and  disci- plinary records set forth on page 7. The officer who imposed the punishment should not,  by  endorsement,  seek  to  defend  against  the  allega- tions  of  the  appeal  but  should,  where  appropriate, explain  the  rationalization  of  the  evidence.  For  exam- ple, the officer may have chosen to believe one witness’ account  of  the  facts  while  disbelieving  another  witness’ recollection  of  the  same  facts  and  this  should  be included  in  the  endorsement.  This  officer  may  properly include any facts relevant to the case as an aid to the reviewing authority but should avoid irrelevant charac- ter assassination of the accused. Finally, any errors made in the decision to impose NJP or in the amount of punishment  imposed  should  be  corrected  by  this  officer and  the  corrective  action  noted  in  the  forwarding endorsement.  Even  though  corrective  action  is  taken, the appeal must still be sent to the reviewer. 5-32

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