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1 Reserve Officer Status PSC-rpm-1 LT Russ Mayer Reserve Status Manager

2 Agenda Terminology Types of Employee Categories Types of Duty and Orders Specifics on each Category Retirement 5/10/

3 Terminology Commission:  Regular: Earned by Coast Guard Academy graduates and Reserve Officers who integrate  Reserve: All OCS and ROCI graduate Category: Which part of the Reserve do you belong? Each category as different rights and obligations that you should clearly understand Duty Type: There are multiple of Active and Inactive Duty, which is related to the above categories. Your rights and obligations change with your duty status and category. 5/10/

4 Commissions and Duty Regular Commission Reserve CommissionTemp Commission Active DutyAcademy Grads Integrated OCS Reserve on EAD, ADSW, Title 10, etc DCO ReserveNoneSELRES, IRR, etcNone

5 Components The Coast Guard is split into two military Components: the Active Component and the Reserve Component. The Reserve Component is split into three Categories: – The Ready Reserve (Selected Reserve and Individual Ready Reserve) – The Standby Reserve (Active and Inactive Status) – Retired Reserve (Pay, Non-Pay, Physical Disabilities) 5/10/

6 Ready ReserveStandby ReserveRetired Reserve SELRESIRRASLISLRET-1RET-2 Assigned to: Operational and Staff UnitsPSC* PSC Collecting Pay PSC Awaiting Age 60 Promotion/OERsYes No ADT (2 Weeks/year)YesNo No** Drill for PayYesNo Drill for PointsYesYes* NoNo** Complete ADSWYes No Yes ASQ/Contact Info/ CorrespondenceYes No Physical/WeightYes No Maintain UniformsYes<4 Years No Active StatusInactive Status *IRR/ASL Members may be assigned to field units & drill for retirement (points) ** In very limited circumstances, Retirees may be recalled to the SELRES and follow SERLRES guidelines, but are not eligible for promotion Reserve Categories - Where are you? 5/10/

7 Types of Duty Extended Active Duty (EAD): A contract for longer than 1 year (up to 5 years). – For most discussions, you are no longer a Reservist, including becoming part of the ADPL. Short Term Active Duty (less than one year): Active Duty for Training (ADT- 2 weeks a year), Active Duty Special Work (ADSW), Title 10, Title 14 Inactive Duty: Single & Multiple Drills, Readiness Management Period (RMP), and Funeral Honors Duty (FHD) COMDTINST 1001.28A, The Reserve Policy Manual (1.D.6) 5/10/

8 Selected Reserve (SELRES) Normal Reservist Officers must earn 50 points each anniversary Year (AY) to get a good year towards Retirement 5/10/

9 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Non-Drilling Active Status, good for temporary hardship Note the Individual, there is no “Inactive Ready Reserve.” Still need to earn 50 points a year (you still get 15 membership points), weigh in semi-annually, receive Continuity OERs, and compete before Selection Boards. We do not recommend staying in the IRR for more than a year or so, as this places you at a disadvantage (in terms of OER and participation) at your next Selection Board. 5/10/

10 Active Standby List (ASL) Very few people meet this requirement, please read the applicable section in the RPM and contact us if you think you met the criteria Still need to earn 50 points a year (you still get 15 membership points), receive Continuity OERs, and compete before Selection Boards. 5/10/

11 Inactive Status List (ISL) Limbo status where you do not: – Earn retirement points (including the 15 points each year) – Gain seniority or compete for promotion – Have most of the benefits of being in the military You can not stay in the ISL for longer than three years. If you do, you may be honorably discharged from the USCGR (Reserve Policy Manual 8.A.7) unless you’ve earned a Reserve retirement. 5/10/

12 Inter/Intra-Category Transfers Transfers to the SELRES from the IRR, ASL, and ISL are handled in two steps: – Receive permission from PSC-rpm-1 to leave your current category. This is accomplished with a recent physical and be within weight compliance – Find and fill a position through the ISC (fot) or RPM-2 (Assignments) Transfers from the SELRES to the IRR, ASL, and ISL are handled in one of two ways: – Member Request – Request permission through your Chain of Command, AO, and to RPM-1. – Screenings – Failure to weigh-in, earn 50 points a year, etc may cause you to be transferred from your SELRES position to the IRR or ISL. 5/10/

13 Screening PSC-rpm conducts regular screenings to ensure members are in compliance with their obligations. These obligations include completing your ASQ, weighing in, and earning 50 points. Failure to meet your obligations may result in your transfer to the ISL. 5/10/

14 Mobilization Disposition Board The MOB Board screens officers of limited mobilization potential or who have been in the ISL longer than three years for an honorable discharge. Candidates will be told in advance so they can communicate with the Board. 5/10/

15 RET-1 vs RET-2 Regular Retirement – You must complete 20 years of Active Duty RET-1 is retired, earning pay. RET-2 is retired, awaiting age 60. – Age 60 will change soon to account for a member’s active duty. Retirements are handled by PPC (RAS) in Topeka. You must route a retirement request through your chain of command and PSC-rpm before PPC will take action. You must request retirement. If you do not, you will be placed in the ISL indefinitely. 5/10/

16 Questions? Please read the Reserve Policy Manual (RPM) COMDTINST 1001.28A and visit our website Contact us through the website for additional questions This presentation is stored at 5/10/

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