Memorandum for Indebtedness
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MEMORANDUM FOR NORWEST FINANCIAL
1300 EASTMAN AVENUE, SUITE 102
VENTURA, CALIFORNIA 93003
FROM: <##> <SQU>/CCF
SUBJECT: Indebtedness Letter, dtd 11 July 1997 (re: SSgt)
This is in response to your request for assistance in liquidating a financial obligation with SSgt xxxxxx. I was able to discuss your complaint with SSgt xxxxxxx. He should be contacting you within the next week. SSgt xxxxxxxx has been briefed about how the Air Force expects its members to pay their just financial obligations in a timely manner. However, it has no authority to arbitrate, intervene in, or enforce settlement in matters of this type. They are of a private civil nature for resolution in the civil courts and by any other available civil remedies.
When appropriate, the Air Force does take action designed to improve discipline and to maintain the standards of conduct expected of Air Force personnel, but such action cannot be used to require a member to satisfy a personal financial obligation.
I hope the above information clarifies the limits of Air Force authority in this matter.
<FNAME> <MI> <LNAME>, MSgt, USAF
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