Diffy CRs

Discussion in 'Army Pay, Claims & JPA' started by CraftyJay, Nov 7, 2008.

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  1. Anyone know how to go about getting copies of previous CR's, I'm sure i've seen an email/internet link but can't for the life of me remember where?
     
  2. The procedures for applying to APC should be a Repeat Order on your Unit Part Ones. I will have a look on Monday for you if you don't get the definitive answer over the weekend.

    You basically just sign a form saying you give permission for them to release them - something to do with the Data Protection Act - and get your HR* to send it to APC with a covering letter. They normally take about 2-3 weeks to come through.

    *See the way I sneaked "HR" in then, instead of "Them workshy bastards in the orderly room"??
     
  3. Not sure how it works for soldiers , but IIRC officers can pull thier OJARs (that are on the system :roll: ) straight off JPA.
     
  4. >>Sarcastic mode on:

    Cool, did they manage to scan all your previous onto there so you can pull them up too.

    << Sarcastic mode off.

    He was asking about CRs...........

    Us peasants have only just started getting SJAR/NJAR. We are SO behind the times.
     
  5. IF its been scanned by MS AR wing it'll be on there, as I said , the wooperts are generally all there back to A00/01, dunno about OR's.


    I get the feeling you mildly disapprove of JPA slug ... :D
     
  6. Moi? :wink:
     
  7. all of my ARs and CRs are on JPA
     
  8. Your Adjt should have a form that he/she signes to request back copies of all course reports and 2048's/2047's for you, it goes to the disclosure wing at APC.
     
  9. The only report on JPA for soldiers are those who have had a report since earlier this year since the first reports on line with JPA were WO reports 30 Jun , followed by CSgt/SSgt 30 Sep etc etc. The maximum anyone has on JPA at present will be one. Either way the SAR will grant you access to your reports.