AR 600-8-24, paragraph 4-4 d explains that when an Officer can be made to suffer through a second board of inquiry when there is or has been:
(1) A lack of proficiency or recurrent misconduct subsequent to the earlier consideration.
(2) Misconduct that occurred prior to that alleged in the earlier proceedings but that was not sooner discovered despite the exercise of due diligence.
(3) Substandard performance of duty within one year after the prior case has been closed.
(4) The findings and recommendations of the Board of Inquiry that considered the case are determined to have been obtained by fraud or collusion.
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