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Letter of Transmittal
of this letter along with all pertinent documents to the Chief of Naval Personnel for inclusion in the member’s permanent  record. If the CO does not have SPCM CA or the member objects to the separation, the case must be referred to the Chief of Naval Personnel for final determination. This is  accomplished  by  either  message  submission  or  a standard  letter  of  transmittal. Message  Submission Do   not   send   cases   by   message   in   which   an administrative  board  was  held  or  the  CO  is  the separation authority. While   message   submission hastens  the  process  and  is  encouraged,  COs  must  use discretion  in  determining  which  cases  should  be submitted  via  message. Discretion  is  appropriate  in cases wherein the basis for processing is a character trait or physical or mental deficiency that if it were to become known  by  the  command  personnel  could  create dissension  or  further  personal  embarrassment  to  the member. Due  to  the  limitations  of  the  message  format, commands processing USNR-R members and members being processed in the best interest of the naval service are not authorized to submit cases via message. Message  transmission  will  be  sent  by  routine precedence   in   the   format   provided   in   the MILPERSMAN, Article 3640200(11). Make sure all information   required   is   included.   Include   your servicing personnel support detachment (PSD) as an information   addressee. A message submission must be released by either the CO or the acting CO since it is taking the place of a letter of transmittal. File a copy of the released message in the member’s service record. When you submit an administrative separation case by   message,   send   the   supporting   documentation Figure 9-3.-Sample letter from CO with SPCM CA executing discharge. 9-17

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