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2-44. 2-45. Which  of  the  following  reasons  when applied alone CANNOT be used to prevent a member from being discharged  due  to  hardship  reasons? 1. The  member  has  court-martial proceedings  pending 2. The member is indebted to the government only 3. The member is required in assigned  duties  or  is  indebted to the government only 4. The member is required in assigned duties or is indebted to the government or to an individual Enlisted  personnel  who  desire to  request  separation  for  hardship reasons must be advised of which of 1. 2. 3. 4. the  following  information? That the decision for the separation is within the sole discretion  of  the  appropriate SPCMCA only That the submission of the request is no assurance that the discharge or release to inactive duty will be authorized  only That the request should be submitted  via  official channels, that the request is no  assurance  that  the  discharge or release to inactive duty will  be  authorized,  and  that the  decision  for  the  separation is within the sole discretion of  the  appropriate  SPCMCA That  CHNAVPERS  is  the  ultimate authority  for  approving  the hardship  discharge 2-46. Once  a  hardship  discharge  is approved  by  the  appropriate  SPCMCA the  decision  is  irrevocable  except in  the  most  unusual  circumstances. After  taking  this  into  considera- tion, what must an individual do to have  the  SPCMCA  rescind  a  discharge decision? 1. 2. 3. 4. Write  a  letter  to  CHNAVPERS requesting  the  decision  to discharge  be  revoked Write a letter to his or her commanding  officer  asking  for relief from the decision to discharge Request the SPCMCA who made the discharge  decision  rescind  the decision  since  the  hardship  has been  eliminated and provide affidavits  to  this  SPCMCA attesting  to  the  fact  that hardship  has  been  eliminated Write a letter to BUMED and request that the decision be rescinded  since  the  hardship no  longer  exists 2-47. What  manual  or  instruction  contains information  on  the  format  and documents  required  for  requesting a  hardship  discharge? 1. ENLTRANSMAN 2. MILPERSMAN 3. PAYPERSMAN 4. NAVMILPERSCOMINST   1720.18 2-48. Which, if any, of the following are determinants  in  the  selection  of personnel  to  various  worldwide  duty station   locations? 1. Race and creed only 2. Race,   creed,    and color only 3. Race,   creed,  color,  national origin, and sex 4. None of the above 19

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