AO With ASD Adjustment
This screencast shows you how to properly mark an AO for a member who has had an approved Aviation Service Date (ASD) Adjustment.
To ensure that ARMS does NOT calculate the time that the member was disqualified, make sure the disqualifying AO is marked when the member’s ASD Adjustment is approved.
There are limitations for particular instances where AOs will have to be manually added to ARMS. In this case, you would need to contact the FAS to have an ARMS Functional Analyst add the AO directly to the database.
IAW AFI 11-402, para 3.11.1 dated 13 Dec 10 there is no need to publish an ASD adjustment for individuals with longer than 25 years of aviation service unless the adjustment pushes the member‘s aviation service to less than 25 years.
Be sure to reference AFI 11-402 regarding Aviation Service Date Adjustments. Also, checkout 11-401 and get familiar with OFDA and Aviation Service requirements for continuous pay to help achieve a better understanding for the purpose of Aviation Service Date Adjustments.
If submitting a member for an ASD Adjustment, work with your HARM Chief or HARM NCOIC and ask them to show you the process. If you haven’t yet, go and request to become a member of the HAF SharePoint. There you will find all the templates associated with requesting an ASD Adjustment.
- Coming Soon!
- 6.1 Career Aviators
- 6.1.1 Rated
- 6.1.2 Career Enlisted Aviator (CEA)
- 10.6 Aviation Service Date Adjustment
- Note: There is no Task Knowledge Proficiency Code, only a Subject Knowledge Proficiency Code associated with ASD Adjustments and AOs in general