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Military Letters of Reprimand

Information about military letters of reprimand and what to do about them.

Without a doubt, leaders will, at some point in their military careers, have to correct a Soldier's misconduct. In general, minor offenses in violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice are corrected by nonjudicial punishment. However, misconduct not requiring the imposition of nonjudicial punishment may be addressed by nonpunitive measures.

MEMO FOR: Airman Mike Rowmanger, FR987-65-4321 From: 36TFS/CC Subject: Letter of Reprimand 1. Investigation has shown that you did, on or about 18 December 1999, fail to go at the time prescribed to your appointed place of duty, to wit: Building 334, 36th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, in violation of Article 87 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

Letter of reprimand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A letter of reprimand is a United States Department of Defense procedure involving a letter to an employee or soldier from his or her superior that details the wrongful actions of the person and the punishment that can be expected. A Formal Letter of Reprimand is one in which a copy of the letter is kept on record.

Letters or Reprimand (LOR) Rebuttals - GOMOR Rebuttals

A letter of reprimand is an administrative measure that the command can take which does not require proof beyond a reasonable doubt. In order to issue an administrative reprimand, there only has to be proof by a preponderance of the evidence, or 51 percent.