I informed my private sector supervisor today that I had accepted a pre-employment job offer with a defense contractor. The new job is tentatively scheduled to start in the fall. Needless to say, my supervisor was NOT happy -- so much so that I expected to be fired on the spot. Nature of the beast when it comes to making the transition from the civilian world to the defense world, I guess. Thankfully, though, she didn't fire me on the spot and instead said that she wanted my letter of resignation no later than the end of July (which I intend on doing). She then said that if I didn't resign by then that the company "may consider next steps."
How should I report this episode on the SF-86? I fully intend to resign with plenty of notice and in a professional manner, however, can this situation be considered a "Quit after being told you would be fired" situation? In different words, should I answer 13.A.5 as a 'yes,' or should I answer 'no' but provide a summary of the situation in the comments?