Posted on Jun 4, 2019
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NEED a 4187 to remove Airborn SQI from a soldiers ERB?
Posted in these groups: Ae62b08c DA Form 4187Erb thumbnail ERB3203 Airborne School
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MAJ Javier Rivera
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That question rises too many eye brows! For instance, what is the justification for doing such a thing? Did the soldier failed to jump when required? Froze in the door as s/he was given the command “GO”?

No need to spill the soup here but you need to re-look your question. If is all about terminating jump status, that doesn’t require to remove the ASI from the records but a simple request and some BS that will come right at it!
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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That raises SOOOO many questions.
To start with, you can't delete anyone else's SQI. Second, you won't be able to delete your own SQI. There are procedures in place to do it, and none of them are initiated by the soldier
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SSG Jose M. Hernandezsanchez
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Why?
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Branch is requesting it removed for a soldier since he’s med reclass needs off so they can give orders correctly from system
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SFC Retention Operations Nco
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SPC (Join to see) that doesn't smell right.
If he's a medical Reclass 1) the old branch doesn't handle the orders 2) Reclass branch handles the orders 3) if he's a medical Reclass and can't perform airborne duties anymore the permanent profile has to state that 4) you as a SPC have absolutely nothing to do with anyone else's SQI removal
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SSG Jose M. Hernandezsanchez
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SPC (Join to see) - Look, this whole thing doesn't make any sense to me. I went to Airborne school right after my AIT back in 1993. Do you want to know how many times I was on jump status? Just on two duty stations, Combat Camera and 5th SFG. When I was stationed at the National Training Center, the assigment didn't required me to be on jump status, South Korea either, and when I was an instrutor for AIT. So, why going through the hastle on getting the wings off your records? I just don't understand. This leaves me to believe that this service member doesn't want to get tag with been assigned to an airborne unit, that's my opinion. SFC Boyd said it, "if he's a medical Reclass and can't perform airborne duties anymore the permanent profile has to state that". This does not means you have to get your airborne wings off your records.
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