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When you are dealing with counseling statements, there really is very little that you can do beyond getting your side on record. A counseling statement doesn't have a ruling or punishment attached to it, so the only due process right you have is notice and the opportunity to respond. If you have witnesses that will testify that you work hard, have them make sworn statements to that effect and include them in your response to the counseling statement.
If the NCO or SSG attempt to use those counseling statements as the basis for a separation, NJP or any other punitive action, the response will be seen and will have to be taken into consideration before any action is taken. Only in the midst of the action itself would you have any particular rights to due process (for example, if they tried an NJP, you'd have the right to be heard and present witnesses....before a discharge board, you'd have the right to present witnesses, etc.) Again, all you can do now is get your side on record, which is why you are afforded the opportunity to submit written matters on your behalf.
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