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Chapter 14-12a:  Minor Disciplinary Infractions

Chapter 14-12b: Acts or Patterns of Misconduct


Chapter 14-12a:  A pattern of misconduct consisting solely of minor military disciplinary infractions.

Chapter 14-12b:  Soldiers are subject to separation per this chapter for the discreditable involvement with civil or military authorities and/or conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline. Discreditable conduct and conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline includes conduct that violates accepted standards of personal conduct found in the UCMJ, Army Regulations, the civil law, and time-honored customs and traditions of the Army.



1-16 Counseling Required:

Yes (1-16a(6))

Medical Required:

Yes (1-32a)

Mental Required:

Yes (1-32b)

Approval Authority:

Bde Cdr, (1-19c(2)(a)), unless UOTH, then CG must approve

Type of discharge authorized:

General, Under Honorable Conditions - Bde Cdr, can approve ONLY if notification procedure used. If board procedures used because of UOTH recommendation, only CG can approve discharge, whether Honorable or General, Under Honorable Conditions or Under Other Than Honorable (UOTH) Conditions.

NOTE: When a soldier waives his or her right to a hearing before an administrative board because of an UOTH recommendation, the case will be processed without convening a board. However, the separation authority (CG) will be the same as if the board was held (2-5a).



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