Originally posted by forrest gump:
signing a counseling form is basically an acknowledgement that the soldier was indeed counseled. The agree or disagree part is where the soldier is given the opportunity to add information which is useful which the soldier feels needs to be included.
If the soldier refuses to sign, thats ok as well, find another NCO to verify that the soldier refused and have that NCO sign as a witness that the soldier refused to sign the counseling. Basically all you need is proof that the soldier was counseled, their signature is irregardless, but highly recommended.
Irregardless is a double negative.
"Irregardless? That's not even a real word. You're affixing the negative prefix 'irr-' to 'regardless', but, as 'regardless' is already negative, it's a logical absurdity!" (Steve Smith, American Dad)