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G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate

Supporting Soldiers, Families & Civilians – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired

3 September 2008

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1.

Why do you think command did not take quicker action in this case?  

2.

What can be done to remove obstacles to the free flow of information up and down the chain-of-command?

3.

Apparently PFC Jones did not disclose the facts that she had been abused, that she received a “Dear Jane” letter, or that her mother was seriously ill.  Some people are more shy and reserved, not wanting to “burden” others with their personal problems. How can we identify such individuals and make them feel comfortable discussing their problems with their chain-of-command?

4.

What went wrong, causing this situation to reach a flash point?

5.

PFC Jones is discharged three days after being admitted to the psychiatric unit. You ask her how she is doing, and she replies, “I convinced them that I was not suicidal, and they let me go. However, I am not going to put up with SPC Smith’s abuse.” What should you do?

Scenario #12 – Deployed PFC

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