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Administration Hold - Preventing PCS/TDY

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## MON YEAR (Not before Close Out)



SUBJECT: Administrative Hold Request

1. Request the individual listed below be placed on administrative hold. This member should be placed under the appropriate code in accordance with AFI 36-2110, Table 2.1, Rule 11. While on administrative hold, the member will not be allowed to make a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move. In addition, the member will not be allowed to go on leave or TDY without prior approval from the ### WG/JA.

Name Rank SSN UNIT
LNAME, FNAME RANK ###-##-####  

2. Please contact myself at DSN ###-#### if you have any questions.



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