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e-CFR Data is current as of April 14, 2014

Title 32: National Defense
PART 101—PARTICIPATION IN RESERVE TRAINING PROGRAMS


§101.7   Compliance measures.

Under the provisions of 32 CFR part 100, members of the Ready Reserve who fail to meet the criteria for satisfactory performance, as set forth in §101.6, may be:

(a) Ordered to active duty; or

(b) Ordered to active duty for training; or

(c) Transferred to, or retained in the Individual Ready Reserve with a tentative characterization of service, normally under other than honorable conditions; or

(d) Discharged for unsatisfactory participation under the provisions of 32 CFR part 41, when the Military Department concerned has determined that the individual has no potential for useful service under conditions of full mobilization.



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