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PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE.
PFC Schmidlapp, last Friday 01 Jan during the platoon closeout formation I put out the standards once again of how you go about any appointments. Show your
appointments to your leadership and they will write it on the appointment board. Also I put out for all soldiers not going to the Solder's Academy the following
Monday to in the conference room at 0930 for work call.
Monday morning 02 Jan, before PT formation you informed your team leader SGT Smith that you had a appointment at the pain center off post in Tenino at 0900.
That afternoon around 1400, you were not in the company area and I had SPC Doe have you report to me. You returned to the company around 1315 (late from lunch)
and were told to work on your leave packet in your room. When I asked you about your appointment you said that you were contacted by your PEBLO by phone that
you had an appointment that morning at 0930. My reason for asking was due to you not being in the company area (your place of duty). You said that you left at 0915
to report there by 0930 and that you had the appointment slip in your room. I already checked my appointment board and saw that you had no scheduled appointments
written down at all for the week. You told me that you have at least 5 appointments each week, also that your PEBLO can just call you to appointment without giving
you a slip or anything.
After giving mixed information I took you to the battalion where SGT Smith was attending the Soldier's Course and asked him in front of you what you told him that
morning exactly about your appointment. He confirmed that you told him that you had an off post appointment at the pain center at 0900. You also did not return to
the company area as you were suppose to but went to the PX instead and did not get back until 1030-1050. The PX or shopette does not take 1 hour to drive to and get
cigarettes. I took you to the 1SG and Commander to inform them of what had happened. Once we left the office I took you to the Soldier Support Center. By now
you said that you did not have an appointment but had to drop off your jump log and that you were mistaken about having an appointment slip. Once we arrived at the
Med Board office on the seventh floor, the ladies at the front desk said that they did not have your jump log on file and you could not remember who you left it with.
The ladies said you were not assigned to their office but in the downstairs PEBLO office.
You signed into your PEBLO's office where I found out you had never been to, nor did they have your jump log. We then spoke with your PEBLO and his assistant
whom confirmed that you can receive a phone call informing you of an appointment but that you would also have an e-mail to confirm it. Your PEBLO (whom you
have never met with) then accompanied us upstairs to help find this missing jump log. He and the receptionist upstairs never still could not find this. PFC Schmidlapp,
I believe that you never took your jump log to the office that morning. PFC Schmidlapp on 02 Jan you made false statements (Art. 107) to two non-commissioned
officers about your appointment off base, at the Soldier Support Center and about having an appointment slip in your room. You failed to obey an order (Art. 92) by
not providing proof of your appointment to your team leader. You also failed to report (Art. 86) to your place of duty after going to the SSC to drop off a jump log that
isn’t there, then going to the PX and for returning to work at 1315 when you are to report by 1300.
I am counseling you for the conduct noted above. Be advised that continued conduct of this nature may result in initiation of a bar to reenlistment, administrative action
to include your separation from the service, and/or punitive action (i.e. UCMJ action). If this conduct continues, action may be initiated to involuntarily separate you
from the service under AR 635-200, Chapter 5, 11, 13 or 14. If you are involuntarily separated, you could receive an Honorable, General Under Honorable Conditions,
Other Than Honorable, or Uncharacteristic Discharge. An Honorable Discharge may be awarded under Chapter 5, 13 and 14. An Uncharacteristic Discharge may be
awarded under Chapter 11. A General Under Honorable Conditions Discharge may be awarded under Chapter 5, 13 and 14. An Other Than Honorable Discharge may
be awarded under Chapter 14. If you receive an Honorable Discharge, you will be qualified for most benefits resulting from your military service.
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