32 CFR Part 513, Appendix C to Part 513 - Glossary
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Appendix C to Part 513—Glossary
ARNGUS: Army National Guard of the United States
ARPERCEN: U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center
AUTOVON: automatic voice network
DA: Department of the Army
DOD: Department of Defense
HQDA: Headquarters, Department of the Army
MHD: medical holding detachment
SJA: staff judge advocate
SSN: social security number
UCMJ: Uniform Code of Military Justice
USACFSC: U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center
USAEREC: U.S. Army Enlisted Records and Evaluation Center
USAFAC: U.S. Army Finance and Accounting Center
USAR: U.S. Army Reserve
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Check: A written order, usually on a standard printed form, directing a bank or credit union to pay money.
Creditor: Any person or business that offers or extends credit, or to whom or to which a debt is owed. This term includes lending institutions (such as centralized charge systems) which, although not parties to the original transactions, seek help in collecting debts.
Debt: Any legal debt acknowledged by the soldier, or in which there is no reasonable dispute as to the facts or law, or which has been reduced to judgment.
Debt collector: Any person or business that solely collects debts owed to another person or business. (A debt collector is not a creditor.)
Disputed debt: Any debt, not reduced to a judgment, in which there is a genuine dispute between the parties as to the facts or law relating to the debt which would affect the obligation the soldier to pay.
Family member: As used in this regulation, an individual who qualifies for dependency benefits under certain conditions as set by Army regulations. (For example, spouse or unmarried child, to include stepchildren, and adopted or illegitimate children.)
Judgment: Any decision given by a court of justice or other competent tribunal as a result of proceedings instituted therein. As defined, a judgment includes any administrative enforcement order (Vollstreckungsanordnung) issued by the German federal post office (Deutsche Bundespost) regarding unpaid telephone bills. Such orders come within the coverage of this regulation regardless of where the soldier is stationed.
Soldier: Commissioned and warrant officers and enlisted personnel.
[51 FR 7275, Mar. 3, 1986; 51 FR 8824, Mar. 14, 1986]
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