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Posted in these groups: 1efa5058 NCOER
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AR 623-3 Evaluation Reporting System, Section 3-24 will answer that question
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SGT Joseph Gunderson
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I think that it really depends on the outcome of the program and the way the rating scheme decides to handle the entire thing. I would imagine that it can go one of two ways: complete the program successfully and don't give anyone a reason to believe that you are going to abuse substances again and all will be fine or you could fail the program/successfully complete the program and go back to doing whatever was done to get referred and expect an awful NCOER and probably a chapter coming down the pipeline.
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SFC Observer   Controller/Trainer (Oc/T)
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That's gonna depend on the circumstances leading to the referral.
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LTC Jason Mackay
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I second that. If you hit the blotter, reported impaired, DUI, Domestic, fist fight, barracks incident etc...that is what will hit the NCOER. The Command referral is purely coincidental.
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