I was arrested on base by MPs and they sent my information to my command and to the state. I was given a reading in from of the CG. I was advised that if I told the CG I was not in my car that I would look like I was not taking responsibilty. Because I was drinking and the MPs consitence, I was unsure when I was in front of the CG. After seeing all the evidence (my keys were in my pocket, the windows were rolled up and the inconsitencies in the poilice reports, I was convinced that I was right), My intial memory was confirmed in that I was not in my car.
Yes. At the ART 15. However, the state said I was exonerated and the GOMOR and the Article 15 were based on false accusations by the MPs.
My question is, what can I do to fight this thing and what would be the best COA for my carrer? Should I get out of the army now before I face a BOI. Will I face a BOI (in your opinion). Will the letter from the CG to move my GOMOR to my restricted file help to retain my career? How does DA look at these things now a days? BotXXXXX XXXXXne, best and worse case? What can I do?
What the CG told me after requesting the letter to have my GOMOR placed in my restriced file (which he said he would), he stated that two previouse Warrant Officers did the same thing (they recieved the letter from the CG and turned it into DA to get their GOMOR sent to restricted file) and were dismissed by DA.
However, G1 tells me that this will show up anyway when I come up for promotion to MAJ.
Please keep pulling this stuff from me. your questions are assisting me in narrowing down my thoughts. Thank you. Standing by
Negative. My OERs have been stellar.
My OER was due in SEP and I was marked above center of mass. After my incident and because the OER was late, my G3 went back and changed it to center mass.
The Article 15 is in my restricted file.
Will this show up to a promotion board?
Do I go through the same process as I would to remove the GOMOR?
So what you are saying, with the CGs letter to move the GOMOR to my restricted file is that DA will not initiate a BOI or a retention board?
Can DA even do this or is it my DIVISION who does the eliminating.
Again, I am being filled with a lot of mis-information.
Ok. Last question (you may have answerd it but I am in the IN so please bare with me).
The question with the BOI is in refrence to getting my GOMOR moved to my restricted file. The CG stated he would write a letter of support to do so. Is this a good option?
So in your opinion, I should not be overly concerned with a BOI even if the GOMOR remains in my official file.
If the ART 15 was in my permanent file, that is when I should have been concerned?
My goal is to make Major and pop smoke. Ive had 11 years and by the time I am looked at for LTC, I will be moving on to conduct major farming operations.
Hopefully this is my last question. You have been very helpful.
I want to say thank you for giving me the straight answers. This has been a horrific ordeal and have felt the full weight of the United States Army on my shoulders.
However, I placed myself in this position so I am the only one to blame. With that being said, 15mins does not constitute ones carrer but unfourtunatly, it is becoming that.
Again, thank you for your time and consideration. I am very pleased with the service and will mark the face as such. blessings. v/r CPT Mark Fisher
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