Although it may qualify as "hospitalization" I don't feel like I am not putting in some form of overtime on my part that doesn't qualify as a form of extra duty. I am not bedridden and even though it might be hospitalization I'll still be stripped of my free time and family much like that of being on extra duty around the clock. I think this would have me paying for my offense for a total of 75 days. Is there any way that I would be able to fight or argue that point?
Would he still be able to suspend the remainder of my extra duty even though I have already begun extra duty?
OK all that sounds great and I'm very satisfied with your answers. Hopefully he'll suspend at least the 30 days I have in rehabilitation and make me complete the remaining ten I'll have when I get back. I only have one chance to speak with the BN CO before I go to rehabilitation. Is there any other army regulation, asap information or memo that covers these sort of scenarios that could give me any ground to stand on before I go speak with him? TDS will not be in on memorial day so I'll have no council at work to give me any sort of information
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