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The student may, but need not, be given a hearing to respond to
these allegations. Progress Review Boards need not be utilized.
(3) After receiving and considering the evidence in support
and against the allegation(s), the CO shall report the findings,
opinions, and recommendations, in writing, to the TRAWING
(4) The CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM or TRAWING commander shall
consider all matters submitted and shall interview the student
before reaching a decision as to an appropriate disposition.
(5) The CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM or TRAWING commander may dismiss
the allegation; continue the individual in a training probational
status; or attrite the individual. The decision is final.
(6) The student will be advised in writing of the decision
and the reasons for it. In the case of an attrite decision, the
student shall be personally notified of the decision by the
squadron CO, TRAWING commander, or CO, NAVAVSCOLSCOM as soon as
the decision is final. Refer to paragraph 904 for additional
administrative requirements and interviews following attrition.
(7) A report of any action taken under this paragraph in
which the allegations are not dismissed shall be made to CNATRA.
b. These procedural provisions apply to attritions that are
based on paragraph 814 and 815, and are not intended to change
the existing procedures that govern attritions based on flight
and academic deficiencies.