CNATRAINST 1500.4F CH-5
8 March 2005
status, a formal "Separation from Training" letter shall be
generated within five working days by the student's command.
(Limited Duty Board or referral to Physical Evaluation Board) is
indicated and in such cases applicable provisions of SECNAVINST
1850.4E and NAVMED P-117 (MANMED) Ch-18 apply. When required,
incorporated into the member's health record.
f. TRAWING commanders may consider a student for attrition at
any time that student fails to maintain satisfactory TTT
syllabus progress due to repeat or chronic delays in training
for medical reasons.
g. Students who become pregnant during flight training shall
be handled in accordance with applicable directives contained in
OPNAVINST 3710.7T and OPNAVINST 6000.1B.
h. Federal statutes and DoD regulations exist which are
intended to safeguard an individual's right to privacy regarding
personal or sensitive medical information. Furthermore, these
statutes and regulations impose criminal penalties on the
individuals responsible for releasing protected information (42
USC 290dd-2, 5 USC 552a, and SECNAVINST 5212.5D). Commanding
Officers and involved health care providers clearly function in
a "need to know" capacity. Therefore, unless "need to know" is
specifically delegated by law or competent authority, it is
imperative, in the execution of this medical delays policy, that
existing requirements pertaining to medical privacy be observed.
In the event of questions or concerns pertaining to the access,
use and release of protected materials, cognizant officials
should contact the CNATRA Staff Judge Advocate.