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What does the flag code AA mean on an ERB?
 
Posts: 155 | Location: Fort Carson, Co | Registered: 07 April 2004Report This Post

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This is what I got out of AR 600-8-2:

Table 3–1 Codes for the reason date of the flag
A - Adverse action (charges, restraint, or investigation;courts-martial; nonjudicial punishment; AWOL; administrative reduction;and letter of reprimand when not administered as nonjudicial punishment).
B - Elimination—field initiated.
C - Removal from selection list—field initiated.
D - Referred OER.
E - Security violation.
F - Elimination or removal from selection list—HQDA initiated.
Transferable
G - Adverse action—HQDA directed reassignment.
H - Adverse action—punishment phase.
I - APFT failure.
J - Weight control program.


This table ws also listed below it:

Table 3–2 Codes for the report data of the flag transaction

A Initial report
C Final favorable report
D Final unfavorable report
E Final other report
Z Delete erroneous flag

so, I am not an expert on this, and ArmyReenlisment will probably jump to give you a better answer, but it appears that the AA means that an initil report of Adverse action (charges, restraint, or investigation;courts-martial; nonjudicial punishment; AWOL; administrative reduction;and letter of reprimand when not administered as nonjudicial punishment).

Again, I have no idea, I just looked in the regs. You may know more about the soldier's situation and thus can use deductive reasoning to see if the above matcs their circumstances.
 
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It's very well quoted from the reg. I place "AA" code on soldier's ERB every time they are going under Article 15, investigation or other stuff.


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This information was a great help! I have seen all different types of codes on an EBR hell I have had one myself and now I know what they mean. Thanks
 
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What is JA- PT failure right?
 
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Hey there all ... Just lurking ... That was great information JEEP ...A Flag Code AA seems awfully vague, is there any way to find out specifics on what it's being used for?
 
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No, AA is pretty vague because it encompasses anything like Jeep posted.


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I just looked at my ERB and I have 2 flag codes on there and no only one. I failed a PT so I assume thats KA but what is JA? I got one on 4-11 and the other on 3-22 which is the PT I assume. Yest they still haven't let me get my retest and my ankle is better.
 
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JA is a PT flag. The A means it has been initiated. Once you pass and it is lifted, it will turn to JC, the C for closed (favorably). Once you have a flag and it is lifted, that code will STILL be there, it will always follow you. KA is the one for weight control. Same story as PT.

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