what is QR 1975 PARA 9.414

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9.414. Services no longer required.
(Note: This paragraph is to be used as authority for the discharge of a soldier who cannot or should not be transferred to
the Reserve, or discharged, under any other paragraph.)

Link:

QRs 1975
 
#3
#4
Depends a little on discharge date, Fifth_Columnist. If it was before 2003 then the note is a little more specific:

(Note; this paragraph is to be used as authority for the discharge of a soldier who cannot or should not be transferred to the Reserve, or discharged, under any other paragraph. It will not normally be used for compassionate reasons, loss of efficiency, indebtedness, indiscipline, misconduct or medical unfitness).
 
#6
It is also used for Drug Discharges. If a soldier failes CDT then on his 130A AQpplication for Discharge it will be shown as Para 9.414, SNLR'
 
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spunkymonkey said:
Depends a little on discharge date, Fifth_Columnist. If it was before 2003 then the note is a little more specific:

(Note; this paragraph is to be used as authority for the discharge of a soldier who cannot or should not be transferred to the Reserve, or discharged, under any other paragraph. It will not normally be used for compassionate reasons, loss of efficiency, indebtedness, indiscipline, misconduct or medical unfitness).
Yes, I know - which is why I put the link up to QRs on line - the actual para is about 2 pages long!
 
#10
Could you re-join the army after being discharged in this way???
You were considered a waste of fresh air when you were in why would they want you back?
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#12
If you're discharged as SNLR, and you cannot or should not be transferred to the Reserve, why would the Army want to take you back?
 
#13
Because times change? for example shirt-lifters and carpet-lickers were discharged in this way till Nu Labour scum made it "respectable".
Now it is practically mandatory
 
#15
Not true, I was discharged under this paragraph with a side note from my CO that he would happily accept and support my application to re-join when my compassionate issues at home had been resolved, without the need to undertake Phase 1 training.

How i wish I had takenhim up on that kind offer.
 
#17
The more knowledgeable on here (a category that does not include me) can probably give you a more helpful answer if you say why you want to know. Note that I say "can" and not "will" :)
 
#19
There are 2 reasons under 9.414 put on a 130A, SNLR or "Released from Army Service". The latter would be seen as no fault of the soldier, ie: Mentally unsuitable but not diagnosed with a Mental illness.

When the letter of discharge Authority comes backform DM(A), a copy goes to APC and if under SNLR, a side note to APC will say "this soldier is not to be re-enlisted"
 

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