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           DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING FORM
                                          For use this form see FM 22-100
                               DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
AUTHORITY: 5 USC 301, Departmental Regulations; 10 USC 3013, Secretary of the Army and E.O. 9397 (SSN)
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To assist leaders in conducting and recording counseling data pertaining to subordinates
ROUTINE USES: For subordinate leader development IAW FM 22-100 leaders should use this form as necessary
DISCLOSURE: Disclosure is voluntary  
                                            PART I - ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
Name (Last, First, MI)
Rank/Grade
Social Security No.
Date of Counseling
Organization
Name and Title of Counselor
                                 PART II - BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Purpose of Counseling: (Leader states the reason for the counseling, e.g. Performance/Professional or Event-Oriented counseling and includes the leaders facts
and observations prior to the counseling)

Event-Oriented: Violation of Article 78 (Accessory after the fact) of the Uniform Code of Military Justice in that on or about (date) you knowingly
assisted (Soldiers Name) in his/her efforts to conceal his/her crime/self
                                     PART III - SUMMARY OF COUNSELING
       Complete this section during or immediately subsequent to the counseling

Key Points of Discussion:

knowingly aiding or abetting a person who has committed a criminal act is a crime. By engaging in such conduct, you aided
a thief in covering his/her steps and profiting from his/her criminal conduct. Be advised that if found guilty as an accessory
after the fact you could receive a maximum punishment of___________________. By engaging in such misconduct you
have brought great discredit upon yourself and the United States Army. Further misconduct by you of any type will not be
tolerated further more I am recommending that the commander impose nonjudicial punishment for your misconduct.

You are here by notified that if this type of conduct continues, actions may be initiated under the Uniform Code of Military
Justice to separate you from the Army prior to your scheduled ETS Date IAW AR 635-200.  If you are involuntary
separated, you could receive an Honorable Discharge, a General (Under Honorable Conditions) Discharge, or a Under
Other Than Honorable Conditions Discharge. If you receive a discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions, you will
be ineligible for reenlistment and for most benefits, including payments of accrued leave, transitional benefits, the
Montgomery GI Bill, VA benefits, and You may also face difficulty in obtaining civilian employment.   
                                                                                            OTHER INSTRUCTIONS
This form will be destroyed upon reassignment (other than rehabilitative transfers), separations at ETS, or upon retirement. For separation requirements
and                                                                                       notification of loss of benefits/consequenses see local directives and AR 635-200
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(Accessory after the fact of the UCMJ) Requires
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Article 78 Accessory after the fact: Any person who knowingly receives, comforts, or assists someone that has committed a criminal
offense, in order to hinder or prevent his/her apprehension, trial, or punishment will be punished under article 78.
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Initial Counseling                                                             Monthly Counseling

Over Weight Counseling                                                APFT  PT Test Failure

WLC Counseling                                                              Accessory after the fact

Conspiracy                                                                         Misuse of Government Credit Card

Fraudulent enlistment/separation                                 Absent without leave AWOL

Missing movement                                                           Bar To Reenlist

Disrespect toward a Officer                                           Civilian Education

Assaulting/disobeying an Officer                                   Debt Obligations

Disrespect toward an NCO/Warrant Officer               Motorcycle Safety

Lost/damaged military property                                     Pregnancy

Drunk on duty

Use/possession of a controlled substance

Malingering

Threats

Theft

Issuing worthless checks

Lost Military ID Card

Family Care Plan

Separation from the Military

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