CNATRAINST 1500.4F CH-5
8 March 2005
(b) Whenever IMS is found to be NPQ for aviation
(c) Whenever IMS has been grounded for 30 consecutive
calendar days or prognosis is for 30 or more calendar days.
(2) A progress review board shall be held to evaluate an
IMS for probability of completion for medical and motivational
reasons under the following conditions:
(a) Medically grounded for 30 consecutive calendar days
while in NATRACOM.
(b) Medically grounded for 30 cumulative days in any
one phase of training, i.e., preflight, primary, etcetera.
(c) Medically grounded for 45 cumulative days while in
aviation training, regardless of phases involved.
(d) Medically grounded for 15 cumulative days after
receiving a prior medical disposition board.
(3) The NAVAVSCOLSCOM/TRAWING IMSO and, when assigned, the
CLO shall be present at all review boards held for medical
ATTRITION OF INTERNATIONAL MILITARY STUDENTS
a. When the results of a PRB or TRB, as applicable, are
referred to the CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM or the TRAWING commander for
disposition, the signed comments of the student's instructor,
senior member of the board, and COs recommendations shall be
b. The CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM or the TRAWING commander shall
personally interview the IMS prior to determining if the student
should be returned to training or if attrition should be
c. Upon determining that the IMS has met the mandatory
attrition criteria the IMSO shall be notified.
d. The IMSO shall immediately notify by phone CNATRA (N318),
the CLO, and the NETSAFA Country Manager.
e. The CLO/country representative shall advise whether the
country is requesting a formal attrition or whether the country
will withdraw the student from training.
f. If the country decides to withdraw the student from
training, the student's ATJ will be closed-out and all pertinent
documentation included in the ATJ. The ATJ shall be forwarded
to CNATRA (N318) within one working day of the decision.