(a) On a request to return a member to the United States for delivery to civilian authorities. TJAG may grant a delay of not more than 90 days in completing action when one or more of the following are present:
(1) Efforts are in progress to resolve the controversy to the satisfaction of the requesting authorities without the member's return to the United States.
(2) Additional time is required to permit the member to provide satisfactory evidence of legal efforts to resist the request or to show legitimate cause for noncompliance.
(3) Additional time is required to permit the commander to determine the specific effect of the loss of the member on command mission and readiness or to determine pertinent facts and circumstances relating to any international agreement, foreign judicial proceeding, DoD, Air Force, or other military department investigation or court-martial affecting the member.
(4) Other unusual facts or circumstances warrant delay.
(b) AFLSA/JAJM promptly reports all delays in cases falling under AFPD 51-10, 5 paragraph 3, through SAF/GC and SAF/MI or USD/P&R and to DoD/GC.
Footnote(s):5 See footnote in § 884.1.
(c) Delays in excess of 90 days are not authorized in cases falling under AFPD 51-10, paragraph 3, unless approved by USD/P&R.
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