(5) (In the case of a member of the Regular Army, or of any other member
ordered to active duty for more than 30 days--except those ordered to active duty for
training) whether the disability, or aggravation of the disability was incurred while the
member was entitled to basic pay; (if the member has less than 8 years of service),
whether the disability, or aggravation of it, was the proximate result of performing active
duty; or whether the member is currently entitled to basic pay.
(6) (In the case of a member ordered to active duty for 30 days or less, to active
duty for training, or engaged in inactive duty training), whether the disability is the result of
an injury which is the proximate result of performance of this duty.
When the board finds it impossible to make a proper determination of the member's
fitness for duty and/or the perma-nency of his disability, a statement to that effect is
included in the record of the board proceedings, together with a recommen-dation of the
c. When a formal line of duty determination has not been completed but is being
procured, this item is resolved at Head-quarters, Department of the Army level. The
remaining board recommendations are based on the assumption of a favorable
d. If controversial or unusual matters influence the recommended findings, the
rationale for the findings will be stated in DA Form 199.
e. If a service member is assigned a percentage of disability rating and if it is
concluded that the service member will be separated from the service, one of the formulas
listed below will apply.
(1) Less than 30% disability will result in separation from the service with
FORMULA: years of service x monthly base pay x 2 = one time severance pay.
(up to 12)
x 2 = ,000