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.
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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