Late Cancellation Penalties (LCP) - Policy - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)

Late Cancellation Penalties (LCP)
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FM/BP-251.V1.00 - Late Cancellation Penalties (LCP)

The purpose of LCP is to deter personnel from deploying to slots where they are not certain of their ability to deploy.

LCP applies when a persons attendance of a deployment is cancelled within 24 hours of the start time. The LCP penalty comes in the form of global combat fatigue (fatigue that applies to all combat areas equally) which increases the closer to the start time the cancellation takes place. The maximum penalty is 2 minutes, or 120 seconds.

The base LCP penalties are listed below

Hours till start

Fatigue penalty



















*5s per hour equivalent

Additionally, LCP can be no greater than 10 seconds per hour a person has been deployed to an ORBAT. If a person cancelling has been present on the ORBAT for 12 hours or greater in total, irrespective of slot occupied they will be liable to the full LCP penalty. By example; if a person has been present on an ORBAT for a total of 6 hours then the maximum LCP penalty will be +60s

Published by Maj James on 06/01/2024 at 01:11

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