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Can you? Yes, you could. You haven't been in for 180 days, so you could technically be eligible for an ELS separation based on failure to adapt.
Now, that being said, you aren't entitled to an ELS. I'm not making a value statement here. What I'm trying to convey here is that there is not a situation where the facts compel a commander to give a specific type of discharge.
Just because you have less than 180 days that does not mean your commander has to give that separation form. You could be given other separations forms (or no separation at all), depending on the attitude and determination of your command.
If you were going to be separated though based on a two-week AWOL, the more likely result is a misconduct separation.
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