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2-39. 2-40. 2-41. If  otherwise  eligible,  which  of the  following  individuals  can  be discharged  for  hardship  reasons? 1. A member who has an additional 6-month  active  duty  obligation under  provisions  of  law 2. A member who has 2 months remaining in his or her total military   obligation 3. A member who has 1 month remaining in his or her total military   obligation 4. A member who does not have an additional  service  obligation Hardship cases of members on inactive  duty  are  approved  by the  appropriate  authority  and  on completion  sent  to  what  activity for  final  disposition? 1. CHNAVPERS (PERS 913) 2. CO, EPMAC (CODE 913) 3. BUMED 4. NRPC,  New  Orleans,  Louisiana What  is  the  Navy  policy  concerning an absolute right of a member to request  discharge  due  to  hardship? 1. 2. 3. 4. Each member has an absolute right to request and be discharged  due  to  hardship reasons Only  an  officer  stationed overseas  and  having  extreme family  difficulties  in  CONUS has the absolute right to request and be discharged due to hardship reasons An  officer,   chief petty officer,   or first class petty officer  has  an  absolute  right to request and be discharged due  to  hardship  regardless  of what the hardship is No member has an absolute right to request discharge due to hardship 2-42. A  member’s  hardship  discharge request  must  show  that  the  hardship meets  certain  criteria. Which of the  following  situation  is  NOT criteria  for  requesting  a  hardship discharge? 1. 2. 3. 4. A  member  suffers  a  severe hardship  not  normally encountered  and  resolved  by other members of the naval service The  member’s  physical  or  mental health  is  considered  in determining  a  member’s  hardship discharge The  hardship  has  occurred  or has  been  severely  aggravated since  entry  into  the  service The  discharge  or  release  of  the member will result in the reduction  of  the  hardship 2-43. Identify  the  reasons  under  which  a member may not be separated due to hardship. 1. 2. 3. 4. Indebtedness  and  personal convenience  only Personal  convenience  and  the member’s  physical  or  mental health  only Financial  or  business  reasons, personal  convenience,  the member’s  physical  or  mental health,  and  indebtedness  only Financial  or  business  reasons, personal  convenience,  the member’s  physical  or  mental health,  indebtedness,  and  moral support  to  an  immediate  family member  whose  life  expectancy  is estimated  by  the  attending physician as less than 6 months 18

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