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(a) Each TRAWING or NAVAVSCOLSCOM student control
officer will establish a positive, comprehensive counseling
program designed to educate attrited students on their
alternatives, in NATRACOM, in the Navy, and in other services.
This could involve referring the individuals to others on base
with more experience in the various fields.
(b) Throughout the attrition process, the attrited
students will be treated in a courteous manner, and their
administrative processing will be expeditious.
(6) Submit RCS CNATRA 1900-2, Separation From Training
Report, and place a copy of this report in the student's ATJ.
812. ATTRITION RECOMMENDATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL MILITARY
STUDENTS. The Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) is the final
attrition authority for all international military students
(IMSs). When an IMS is recommended for attrition, the cognizant
TRAWING commander or CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM will forward the student's
ATJ to CNATRA (N321) within 1 working day of the review.
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED STANDARDS AT NAVAVSCOLSCOM
At NAVAVSCOLSCOM, an unsatisfactory event is:
(1) Scoring less than 80 percent on an end-of-course
(2) Achieving an unsatisfactory cumulative score (phase
test plus final) for any course.
(3) Unsatisfactory performance of any other aviation
accession or officer program requirements.
b. Administration of failures shall be in accordance with
c. The decision of the CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM to terminate training
is final and no appeal shall be taken therefrom. Refer to
paragraph 904 for additional requirements and interviews
814. FAILURE TO DEMONSTRATE OFFICER-LIKE QUALITIES. Naval
aviators are, first and foremost, Naval officers, who must
possess strong moral and leadership traits. Failure to possess
and develop these traits by any SNA constitutes unsatisfactory
performance for which an individual may be attrited from flight
training by the TRAWING commander, or CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM,
utilizing the procedures set forth in paragraph 816.
a. The TRAWING commander or CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM may terminate
officers who fail to exhibit potential for becoming a military
aviator. This is not applicable to IMSs.