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Soldiers may be administratively separated for a broad spectrum of reasons, ranging from medical conditions to alleged misconduct.  It is important to speak with a TDS Judge Advocate if you are pending separation from the National Guard.  Your Judge Advocate can protect your procedural rights and assist you through all phases of the separation process, including representation at board proceedings.  If you are facing administrative separation, you will need to contemplate the presentation of your evidence, witness identification, legal arguments, and other necessary board pre-requisites as soon as possible.  A TDS attorney will be able to guide you through this process.

General Rights of Soldiers

The Military Code of Illinois, Articles XIV and XV

NGR 635-101, Efficiency and Physical Fitness Boards

NGR 635-100, Termination of Appointment

NGR 600-200, Enlisted Personnel Management

AR 135-175, Separation of Officers

32 USC 323, Withdrawal of Federal Recognition

10 USC 14907(b), Army National Guard

AR 135-178, Separation of Enlisted Soldiers

NGIL Policy Memorandum 27-13-001-TAG, Self-Reporting of Arrests

AR 635-200, Separation for Unsatisfactory Performance

AR 15-6, Procedures for Investigating Officers and Boards of Officers

AR 600-8-2, Suspension of Favorable Personnel Actions.