My question pertains to one of my soldiers who passes tape but has no margin of error. He does not present a soldierly appearance and it is difficult to believe he does pass his tape (but he does). He is on a permanant profile. He tells me that he normally works out often but I've never seen him look any thinner or come close to passing weight. Understandably, some people will never pass weight because of their build. I have been urged to counsel him on not presenting a soldierly appearance but how can I counsel him and not counsel other soldiers (officers and enlisted) who appear obese (but pass tape)? How can I keep this from becoming a bigger problem with him perceiving me picking as on him? He knows he is large. His diet isn't the greatest and I've told him so. I am concerned about his health and I think he needs a bigger push than just talking to him one-on-one. I want to do this right and fair and I believe he should be placed on a program. I have considered counseling a few people and placing them on a CDRs weight loss program but that means that they will be flagged IAW AR 600-8-2. Any suggestions?