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Defective Enlistment and Induction - Minority - 14135_271
U.S.  citizen. Characterization  of  service  will  be honorable, general, or ELS. For additional guidance on separation processing by reason of convenience of the government due to status as an alien, refer to the MILPERSMAN. WEIGHT  CONTROL  FAILURE This category allows separation of a member, on active duty, by reason of weight control when a member fails  to  achieve  prescribed  physical  readiness  standards as  outlined  in  OPNAVINST  6110.  1. COs with SPCM CA have the authority to effect the separation provided the member has been counseled, all disciplinary  action  is  complete,  and  the  member  does not object to the separation. If the member objects, send the case to the Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS-282) for final  determination. Use  the  notification  procedure  for  processing.  The characterization  of  service  will  be  honorable,  general, or  ELS. For additional guidance on separation processing by reason   of   weight   control   failure,   refer   to   the MILPERSMAN. PHYSICAL DISABILITY This category provides for separation of a member on active duty, or active duty for training in excess of 30 days,  by  reason  of  physical  disability  upon determination  that  he  or  she  is  physically  unfit  to perform the duties of his or her rate. A medical board must determine that a member is unable to perform the duties of his or her rate in such a manner as to reasonably fulfill the purpose of his or her employment  on  active  duty. The   Chief   of   Naval   Personnel   (PERS-913) authorizes  the  separations  for  inactive  duty  members and members on active duty who are separated locally by their COs. Characterization  of  service  will  be  honorable, general, or ELS. A member may be separated for disability  according  to  the  Disability   Evaluation Manual, SECNAVINST  1850.4C. For additional guidance on separation processing by reason of physical disability for active and inactive duty members, refer to the MILPERSMAN. DEFECTIVE ENLISTMENTS AND INDUCTIONS - ERRONEOUS ENLISTMENT This category allows separation of a member on the basis of erroneous enlistment, reenlistment, induction, or  extension  of  enlistment  when: l  the enlistment would not have occurred if the relevant facts had been known by the Navy or had appropriate  directives  been  followed; l   the enlistment was not the result of fraudulent conduct on the part of the member; and .    the defect is unchanged in any material respect. A  member  may  also  be  separated  under  this category on the basis of not meeting physical standards for enlistment. If after discovering that a member’s enlistment may be erroneous, and the CO with SPCM CA recommends that  the  member  be  retained,  initiation  of  separation processing is not required when the defect is no longer present  or  the  defect,  other  than  a  medical  condition, may be waived, and a waiver is obtained from the Chief of Naval Personnel. Characterization of service will be honorable unless ELS  is  appropriate. Use  the  notification  procedure. SPCM CAs have the authority to effect the separation if the member does not object to the separation. If the member objects, send the entire case to the Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS-281/282) for final determination. Send all completed cases by letter of transmittal   to   the   Chief   of   Naval   Personnel (PERS-282/283) for review and final determination. For additional guidance on separation processing by reason  of  defective  enlistments  and  inductions  due  to erroneous enlistment, refer to the MILPERSMAN. DEFECTIVE ENLISTMENT AND INDUCTIONS - DEFECTIVE ENLISTMENT This  category  permits  separation  of  a  member  by reason of defective enlistment and induction on the basis of  defective  enlistment.  A  defective  enlistment  exists when: the member reasonably relied upon a material misrepresentation by recruiting personnel and was induced  to  enlist  by  a  commitment  for  which  the member  was  not  qualified; 9-8

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