DAFORMS.NET – DA FORM 1059-2 – Senior Service And Command And General Staff College Academic Evaluation Report – You may be wondering: What is a DA FORM 1059-2? And where can I find one? Luckily, there are several online services that can help you find and fill out this document. But first, you need to register with an online service. Then, set a strong password, proceed with email verification, and add documents. After you have uploaded your documents, you can edit your form, insert images and text, and even fill in the blank fields. You can also leave comments and review updates on the site.
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|Form Number||DA FORM 1059-2|
|Form Title||Senior Service And Command And General Staff College Academic Evaluation Report|
|Prescribing Pub||AR 623-3|
|File Size||56 KB|
What is a DA FORM 1059-2?
A DA FORM 1059 is a request for correction filed in response to an Army Form 1059 in the performance section of the applicant’s Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). This form is used for the academic evaluation of a candidate’s performance at an Army Service School. In this case, the applicant is contesting his performance on the APFT because he contends that his left knee injury prevented him from passing. On 12 February 2008, the applicant underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus ligament in his left knee and was not able to complete the APFT.
The applicant’s application alleges that his DA Form 1059 shows that he only marginally passed the course and did not meet the body fat standards. He requests that the DA Form be removed, claiming that it’s misleading. The applicant cites a memorandum from his commandant congratulating him for “academic excellence,” but he’s concerned that his DA Form does not accurately reflect his performance.
Where Can I Find a DA FORM 1059-2?
There are several different ways to get a DA Form 1059. This military-approved form is used for requesting credit for enlisted training and experience. It may also be used by active-duty service members who wish to qualify for occupational credit. In such cases, supporting documentation such as DD Form 295 may be necessary. Moreover, Marines who seek MOS occupational credit must also provide non-commissioned officer evaluation reports.
In this case, the applicant is requesting the removal of the DA Form 1059 from the applicant’s Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). This DA Form 1059 shows that the applicant has marginally met the course standards, but failed to meet the body fat requirements. The applicant has spent the last six years trying to get this DA Form removed from his file.
The applicant submitted two DA Forms 1059 confirming he completed the Warrior Leadership Course (WLC) in 2006. He also has a certificate of achievement that states the incorrect year. The Board determined that the evidence presented to support his request for relief was sufficient and recommends the removal of the DA Form 1059 from the OMPF.
DA FORM 1059-2 – Senior Service And Command And General Staff College Academic Evaluation Report
To complete the DA FORM 1059-2, you need to create an account and set a strong password. After that, you can proceed to add and update documents. You can upload documents from your computer, a secure link, or cloud storage. You can also edit existing templates and insert text or images. The software even allows you to comment on the changes you make.
You can also file a request to have the DA Form 1059 removed from the OMPF. This is often done when an applicant has an erroneous DA Form 1059. In this case, the applicant requests the OMPF be removed because the DA Form 1059 shows that he only marginally completed his course and did not meet certain body fat standards. The DA Form 1059 is also filed in the applicant’s P fiche.
This DA Form 1059 is part of a Soldier’s Official Military Personnel File. It records his Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) scores. The applicant enlisted in the Regular Army on 20 November 2002 and stayed on active duty through several reenlistments. He was promoted to staff sergeant on 1 January 2009.