What is an AA flag code?

What is an AA flag code?

1 Physical Fitness (Flag Codes J and K) Soldiers who fail the APFT or fail to meet weight requirements set forth in AR 600-9, “Army Weight Control Program,” may receive an Army Adverse Action flag.

What does Flag Code KA mean?

c. “Noncompliance with Army Weight Control Program” (Flag code K). The effective date of the Flag is the date that the Soldier was found to be in noncompliance with AR 600–9.

Is The Thin Red Line flag disrespectful?

The meaning of the red line flag was certainly not meant to be disrespectful. It’s purpose is to honor fallen firefighters and the department, but there has been some controversy. Because it’s an altercation of the American flag, some people do not agree with it.

Can you still get promoted if your flagged?

Answer: Yes. If a Soldier is flagged the PPW system will remove the Soldier from the promotion standing list and place the Soldier into a NOT Eligible status.

Is family Care plan an involuntary separation?

Separation due to the responsibilities of parenthood is covered under paragraph 5-8, AR 635-200, “Involuntary Separation Due to Parenthood.” IAW this paragraph, Soldiers will be considered for involuntary separation when the obligations of parenthood interfere with fulfillment of military responsibilities.

What is the green Line flag?

Flags with the thin green line on them represent all military forces in the United States. Thin green line flags and apparel are worn by individuals who support the U.S. military. A popular item is a subdued U.S. flag with a green stripe in the middle representing support for the U.S. military.

Can a flag stop you from taking leave?

To my knowledge a Flag only stops advanced or excess leave. Normal leave is a benefit (meaning it is earned as part of your compensation), not an privilege. Therefore it can only be stopped in rare cases. For example, the command can disapprove leave if they could prove you are a flight risk for AWOL.

Can I get my p status back after being flagged?

Question: “If a Soldier is flagged for adverse action pending an investigation, will he be removed from the promotion standing list?” The answer is no. A Soldier must have received punishment or court martial under Article 15, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, in order to lose promotable status.