You need to consult an experienced military law attorney who can help you appeal the NCOER. If you plan on making the Army a career, it is important that you address this. Additional information is available on my website. I would be more than happy to walk you through the process. The consultation is free. Best of luck.
This is really a question for a military lawyer or a civilian lawyer with in depth familiarity with the UCMJ. I am going to move your question to the military law section of avvo so that you might get some better answers.
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Take a look at AR 623-3. It addresses Relief For Cause NCOERs. Unfortunately your NCOER and how they dealt with you does not have to match the other's unless there is discrimination based on a protected class.
You also have appeal rights but t has to be more than you disagree with the report. The reg tells you exactly what you have to do to have the appeal. You may want to hire an attorney to help or see if your local TDS can help.
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Mr. Green is correct that there is no requirement they treat the two of you the same. Your question is what you can do. You should go to the base legal office and seek their assistance in rebutting the NCOER. You should also consider retaining private counsel. Most of use here on AVVO offer free consultations and would be happy to discuss your options with you.
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