Credit for Noncommissioned Officers dismissed from NCOPD due to Government Shutdown

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On Saturday, 20 January 2018 the United States Government shut down.  However, brief it was it caused Major career setbacks for NCO's all over the country attending Noncommissioned Officer Development courses. These courses are essential for promotion to the Ranks that we have worked so hard for.  Because of the shutdown, the schools made the decision to send these NCO's home before they could finish the course.  This dismissal delayed the promotions of these NCO's.  The Army's STEP program requires NCO's to complete NCOPD courses prior to promotion.  Some of us were over half way done when we were sent home. The United States Army needs to provide for Exception to Policy or Constructive Credit for these NCO's who were dismissed due to no fault of their own. Further, The Army needs to look at how they structure NCOPD to allow the courses to continue in case of a government shutdown. 



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