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Figure 5-9.-Sample letter of notification. MILPERSMAN,  Article  2230200,  limiting  advance- make sure all local records are purged of any notation ment to a rate formerly held only after a minimum of 12 months’ observation of performance. Such action can be taken with respect to the whole or a part of the punishment  imposed.  All  entries  on  the  punishment  set aside are removed from the service record of the ac- cused.  Refer  to  the  MILPERSMAN,  Article  5030500. According  to  the  MILPERSMAN,  Article 5040110, once a punishment is set aside, the CO pre- pares and personally signs (no By direction signature is allowed) a letter of notification as shown in figure 5-9. This  letter  is  sent  to  the  Chief  of  Naval  Personnel (PERS-82  for  officers  and  PERS-83  for  enlisted)  to of the NJP and its residual effects. PERS-82 or 83, as appropriate,  identifies  the  documents  to  carry  out  the actions  authorized  by  the  CO  and  directs  PERS-313D to remove all references to the matter from the micro- fiche record. PERS-82 or 83 will notify the CO and the member when the action has been completed. Remission This action also relates to the unexecuted portions of the punishment; that is, those parts that have not been completed.  This  action  relieves  the  accused  from  hav- ing to complete his or her punishment, even though he or she has partially completed it. Rights, privileges, and 5-27

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