Waiver / Suitability Authority


Table 4-1 from AOC
Waiver / Suitability Authority

Notes

Suspensions: SMOM 12-080 dated 14 September 2012
DUI Offenses: AOC Para 4-6
OCS/09S: AOC Para 4-6 & 4-2
Additional Punishment: AOC Para 2-11a(6)
Waiver Authorities: SMOM 14-002



LINE CLASSIFICATION
OF OFFENSE
# OF
OFFENSES
WAIVER
AUTHORIZED
WAIVER
AUTHORITY
REFERENCE
1. TRAFFIC (LEVEL 100)
1 or more Not Required AR 601-210
2. MINOR NON-TRAFFIC (LEVEL 200)
5 Yes TAG AR 601-210 Para 4-6a
6 or more Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-6a
3. MISCONDUCT OFFENSES (LEVEL 300)
a. DUI (309) 1 Yes TAG AR 601-210 Para 4-6a(4)
b. DUI (309) 2 Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-7c
c. Poss. of Marijuana / Paraphernalia (316) 1 No - Suspended TAG AR 601-210 Para 4-6a(4)
d. Poss. of Marijuana / Paraphernalia (316) 2 No - Suspended ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-7c
e. Combination of 1 x (309) and 1 x (316) 1 No - Suspended ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-7c
f. Prostitution/Solicitation (317) 1 Yes TAG AR 601-210 Para 4-6a(4)
g. Domestic Violence (308) 1 or more Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-6a(4)
h. Other 300 level offenses 2 Yes TAG AR 601-210 Para 4-6a(2)
i. Other 300 level offenses 3 to 5 Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-6a(2)
j. Other 300 level offenses 6 or more No No Waiver Authorized AR 601-210 Para 4-22r
4. COMBINATION OF MISCONDUCT (300) AND OTHER OFFENSES (200 and 300)
4 x (200) offenses and 1 x (300) Yes TAG AR 601-210 Para 4-6a
5. MAJOR MISCONDUCT OFFENSES (LEVEL 400)
a. 1 Yes (Juvenile Meritorious Cases) ARNG-GSS-I ARNG-HRH
b. 2 or more No No Waiver Authorized AR 601-210
6. SUITABILITY REVIEW AUTHORITY
a. Combination of 4 x (200) or more & 1 x (300) 4 x (200) w/ 1 x (300) Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-2e
b. Misconduct (300) 2 or more Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-2e
c. Major Misconduct 1 or more Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-2e
d. Domestic Violence offense (See Note 1) 1 or more Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-2e
e. Criminal offense of a sexual nature 1 or more Yes ARNG-GSS-I AR 601-210 Para 4-22


Notes

1. Domestic Violence Offenses. Domestic battery/violence offenses include but are not limited to: Charge(s) of assault, simple assault, assault and battery, battery, assault with the intent to commit bodily harm, assault on a person, abuse, domestic violence or any offense that involves the use or attempted use of physical force, or threatened use of a deadly weapon by an applicant against their parent, step-parent, sister, or brother, spouse, child; by a person with whom the victim shares a child in common; by a person who is cohabiting with or has cohabited with the victim as a spouse, parent, or guardian; or by a person who was similarly situated to a spouse, parent, or guardian of the victim. Persons who are similarly situated to a spouse include two persons who are residing at the same location in an intimate, relationship with the intent to make that place their home regardless of disposition.

2. All applicants who have been charged with any offense of Domestic Violence require verification from court or County Sheriff stating whether there was a Protective Order issued. If there was, the verification must include the termination date of the order. Applicants may not enlist with an active Protective Order.

3. Enlistment of applicants with a qualifying conviction for Domestic Violence under the Lautenberg Amendment is prohibited. No waivers authorized.



Waiver Documents

NGB Medical Predetermination
NGB Form 22-3 signed by unit or RRB
DD Form 2807-2 annotated by CMO
Medical docs from applicant’s physician
DD214/NGB22/REDD for Prior Service
USMEPCOM Form 680-3-ADP
Note: ASVAB scores not required
Predetermination Checklist


NGB Medical Waiver
NGB Form 22-3 signed by unit or RRB
*Must enlist for the MOS selected
DD Form 2808 with DAT results
DD Form 2807-2
USMEPCOM Form 680-3-ADP
DD214/NGB22/REDD for Prior Service
MEB documents if medical discharge
Any pertinent medical documentation
Medical Waiver Checklist


Suitability Review
All police/court/probation records
Handwritten applicant statement
SF86 must be completed in RZ

State AG Waiver
NGB 22-3 signed by unit or RRB
All Police / Court Records
Applicant statement
Discharge documents if PS
680-3-ADP for drug waivers
*EPS Waiver - see below


NGB Waiver
NGB 22-3 signed by unit or RRB
All Police / Court Records
Generated SF86
Applicant Statement
Reference Letters
TAG Endorsement
Discharge Packet per Tbl 3-1 if PS

Dependency Waiver
NGB 22-3 signed by unit or RRB
Birth Certificates
Marriage Certificate
Dependency Memorandum
Letter of Instructions
DA Form 3072-2
Discharge documents if PS

Family Care Plan if single or spouse in military:
DA Form 5305
DA Form 5304
DA Form 5841
DA Form 5840


EPS Waiver
Required for E-5 and above
NGB 22-3 signed by unit or RRB
Proof of MOS or slot requested
D214/NGB22 or proof of rank
NCOES/SSD completed



MATS Waiver Workflow

Medical Action Tracking System (MATS)
When submitting a Medical Waiver request, the MOS is a major component in the waiver decision making process and is directly linked to the waiver. Consequently, any request for an MOS change after a waiver decision is completed will require re-evaluation by the Waiver Authority. This process could take up to 72 business hours.

Process to submit Medical Waiver
1. The RRNCO must intitiate the request for waiver from Recruiter Zone. The RRNCO must ensure that a projection has been done.
2. The NCOIC must approve/disapprove the request for waiver from Leader Zone. Even though the RRNCO is initiating the workflow from RZ, if he or she has LZ access, the system may recognize the RRNCO as being at the NCOIC level, thus causing the workflow to be Returned Without Action (RWA).
3. The State Ops LNO should now be able to action the request for waiver.

Note: Height/weight (to include max weight) data and ASVAB line scores must be present in ARISS. MATS is used for the submission of medical waivers. The waiver workflow (only) for medical waivers is initiated and approved by the State Ops LNO in GCRc once the medical waiver has been approved.

MATS Documents Checklist
1. Enlistment Medical Waiver
2. Medical Predetermination
3. Commissioning Medical Waiver
4. DoDMERB Medical Waiver

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