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1 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Medical Service Corps Human Resources Command Update FEBRUARY 2007

2 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Agenda Introduction Army Priorities Update –GWOT –Transformation –Personnel Impact Opportunities – Assignments, Promotion, Command, and Education Challenges/Updates Evaluations / Boards Questions

3 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! HRC... SUPPORTING OUR SOLDIERS! HRC-Alexandria HRC-St. Louis

4 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! OPMD Mission To Direct the Army’s Officer Personnel Management System; to include assignment and career management of officers worldwide.

5 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Army Priorities Update: GWOT GWOT Transformation Transformation Personnel Impact Personnel Impact

6 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! “This Is (Not) Business As Usual”OEF OIF Our Nation is at War, Our Army is at War…while Transforming and Our Officer Corps is Responding Restructuring Stabilizing Rebalancing

7 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST!  Sustain deployed units Create no turbulence in units Provide immediate backfills  Set deploying units Units Filled at 100% Authorized (Aggregate) Stabilize Unit Teams 90 Days Prior to Deployment Unit Level Stop Loss/Stop Move Stabilize Bde / Bn Cdrs  Reset redeployed units Stabilized 90 days after redeployment Minimize turbulence but…Date changes, Professional Development Man the force—AC/RC, TRADOC, Korea Return 50% to same unit Complete CSL Change of Commands (+90 Days) GWOT…#1 Priority

8 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Get the Right Blend of Capabilities to Support Our Nation Creating a Modular Army “Brigade based”…more responsive, enables Joint and expeditionary capabilities Stabilizing the Force Increases unit cohesion & stability, and provides predictability for Soldiers & families Restructuring the Force 100K+ of change… divesting Cold War structure to fight the Global War on Terrorism and provide a more full-spectrum capable force Transformation…#2 Priority

9 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! XX Joint Fires An Army Based Around 10 Large, Powerful, Fixed Organizations Close Air Support Armor Brigade Mechanized Brigade Armor Brigade Engineers Intelligence Military Police Field Artillery Aviation Division Troops Logistics Support Division Cav (Recon) Chemical Signal An Army Designed Around Smaller, Tailorable Organizations BCTs Close Air Support Combined Arms Armed Recon Combined Arms Fires I ntelligence Engineer Signal Chemical MP/Security Logistics Joint Fires 10 X X Division Optimized for Specific Missions Standard, Broad, Embedded Capabilities Army-Centric Inherently Linked to Other Services Independent Independent, More Self-contained unit Support from Corps/Army level Div Augmented by Support Units Division Logistics/Aviation Units Support: Aviation, Sustainment, etc. Aviation Sustain /Spt Fires Man En ….Augmented by Units of Employment & Standard Support: (Armored Division Shown) (Heavy Shown) Div Changing to Brigade-Centric Organizations RSTA

10 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! 3 SEP04 Corps/ Divisions (UEx) FY04FY05FY06FY07 NOV06 OCT05 DEC04 SEP04 JUL04 NOV05 JUL07 JUN06 MAR07 New Brigades (UAs) Decision to implement final 5 BCTs subject to operational necessity and OSD approval Stryker SBCT3 APR-JUN05 SBCT4 Converting Brigades (UAs) JUN06 SEP04 3 JUL04 4 SEP04 4 DEC04 4 OCT05 4 JUN06 4 JUL SEP DEC OCT JUN JAN06 3 JUL07 1 MAR07 1 NOV06 1 NOV As of: 12 Dec 05 2 MAR07 3 Modularity Status SBCT2 1 OCT05 SBCT5 2 4 JAN05 6 JAN06 AUG 07 IN UA SEP05 4 SEP04 1 SEP05 2 SBCT1 3 SEP APR07 SBCT7 5 AUG 07 IN UA 2 AUG 07 IN UA AUG 07 IN UA AUG 07 IN UA

11 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Ft Benning Ft Stewart Ft Drum Ft Campbell Ft Polk Ft Hood Ft Lewis Ft Knox Italy Germany Ft Irwin Ft Carson Ft Bliss Ft Riley Ft Bragg Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Schofield Barracks Korea FY 05 UEx & BCT Unit Reflagging/Restationing OPFOR Unit SB1 3-2 SB4 2CR SB SB SB3 172nd CR rd ACR Legend Red Restation/Reflag Blue Reflag Only Green Restation Only Purple Activation

12 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Ft Benning Ft Stewart Ft Drum Ft Campbell Ft Polk Ft Hood Ft Lewis Ft Knox Italy Germany Ft Irwin Ft Carson Ft Bliss Ft Riley Ft Bragg Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Schofield Barracks Korea FY 06 UEx & BCT Unit Reflagging/Restationing OPFOR Unit SB4 2CR SB SB3 172nd CR rd 11ACR Legend Red Restation/Reflag Blue Reflag Only Green Restation Only Purple Activation SB ID SB

13 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Ft Benning Ft Stewart Ft Drum Ft Campbell Ft Polk Ft Hood Ft Lewis Ft Knox Italy Germany Ft Irwin Ft Carson Ft Bliss Ft Riley Ft Bragg Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Schofield Barracks Korea FY 07 UEx & BCT Unit Reflagging/Restationing OPFOR Unit SB SB3 172nd rd 11ACR Legend Red Restation/Reflag Blue Reflag Only Green Restation Only Purple Activation SB2 2CR SB CR 1-2 SB SB

14 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Ft Benning Ft Stewart Ft Drum Ft Campbell Ft Polk Ft Hood Ft Lewis Ft Knox Italy Germany Ft Irwin Ft Carson Ft Bliss Ft Riley Ft Bragg Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Schofield Barracks Korea FY 08 UEx & BCT Unit Reflagging/Restationing OPFOR Unit SB rd 11ACR Legend Red Restation/Reflag Blue Reflag Only Green Restation Only Purple Activation 4ID SB2 2CR SB4 4-2 SB CR 1-2 SB SB

15 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Ft Benning Ft Stewart Ft Drum Ft Campbell Ft Polk Ft Hood Ft Lewis Ft Knox Italy Germany Ft Irwin Ft Carson Ft Bliss Ft Riley Ft Bragg Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Schofield Barracks Korea FY 09 UEx & BCT Unit Reflagging/Restationing OPFOR Unit SB rd 11ACR Legend Red Restation/Reflag Blue Reflag Only Green Restation Only Purple Activation 1AD SB2 2CR SB4 4-2 SB CR 1-2 SB SB

16 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Ft Benning Ft Stewart Ft Drum Ft Campbell Ft Polk Ft Hood Ft Lewis Ft Knox Italy Germany Ft Irwin Ft Carson Ft Bliss Ft Riley Ft Bragg Ft Wainwright Ft Richardson Schofield Barracks Korea FY 10: Div & BCT Unit ENDSTATE OPFOR Unit rd 11ACR SB2 2CR SB4 4-2 SB SB CR 1-2 SB SB

17 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! LIFE CYCLE MANAGMENT MOST RECENT DATE CHANGES = 8 MAY 06 BCT INITIAL ARRIVALS START OF INITIAL UNIT LIFECYCLE 1 ST PKG REPLACEMENT 2 ND PKG REPLACEMENT NEXT LIFECYCLE ARRIVALS START OF NEXT UNIT LIFECYCLE 172nd - 1/25th (SBCT#3)AUG 03OCT 03OCT 04OCT 05OCT 06DEC 06 3/10th IN DIVJUL 04SEP 04SEP 05SEP 06MAR 07MAY 07 4/101st AAJUL 04SEP 04SEP 05SEP 06JUL 07SEP 07 3/4th IN DIVOCT 04DEC 04DEC 05JAN 07NOV 08JAN 09 4/4th ID - 4/1st CAVOCT 04DEC 04DEC 05DEC 06APR 07JUN 07 4/10th IN DIVNOV 04JAN 05JAN 06JAN 07DEC 07FEB 08 3/2nd ID (SBCT#1)NOV 04JAN 05JAN 06JAN 07AUG 08OCT 07 2nd ACR - 4/2nd (SBCT#4)FEB 05APR 05APR 06APR 07JUN 08AUG 08 4/25th ABNJUL 05SEP 05SEP 06SEP 07JUL 08SEP 08 2/25th (SBCT#5)AUG 05OCT 05OCT 06OCT 07OCT 08DEC 08 4/1st CAV - 4/1st ADNOV 05JAN 06JAN 07JAN 08MAY 08JUL 08 4/1st IN DIVNOV 05JAN 06JAN 07JAN 08NOV 08JAN 09 1/82nd ABNJUN 06AUG 06AUG 07AUG 08SEP 07NOV 08 3rd ACRAUG 06OCT 06OCT 07OCT 08AUG 09OCT 09 4/3rd IN DIVSEP 06NOV 06NOV 07NOV 08SEP 09NOV 09 1/10th IN DIVNOV 06JAN 07JAN 08JAN 09 MAR 09 2/4th IN DIVJAN 07MAR 07MAR 08MAR 09JAN 10MAR 10 2/101st AAJAN 07MAR 07SEP 08SEP 09DEC 09FEB 10 5/2nd - 2/2nd ID (SBCT#7)FEB 07APR 07APR 08APR 09MAR 10MAY 10 2/10th IN DIVSEP 07NOV 07NOV 08NOV 09NOV 10JAN 11 3/25th IN DIVOCT 07DEC 07DEC 08DEC 09OCT 10DEC 10

18 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Force Stabilization: How We Will Man The Force Stabilization Most stability and predictability Longer assignments for CONUS- based Soldiers and Families Extended initial tours Enables higher levels of cohesion Uses a regional approach Multiple opportunities to return to same post Unit Focused Stability Synchronizes with Unit Operational Cycle Minimizes Soldier losses for deployed units Provides combat ready, agile, cohesive units Uses Lifecycle and Cyclic Manning Management Individual Replacement System (IRS) Current system doesn’t go completely away Used for most OCONUS units until return to CONUS Used for the Institutional Army (TRADOC, etc) Some low density specialties will always stay IRS (not you)

19 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! What Isn’t Changing? The Soldier is the Centerpiece of all our Units. Soldiers are: The most effective, flexible, and adaptable asset we possess The Army’s best sensor – receives, processes information better than any technology The face of the United States overseas Everything We Do is Designed to Support Them

20 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Year round assignments (permanent) with abbreviated lead times (for the next several years). Greater turbulence in the near term. High PERSTEMPO. Significant increase in MSC authorizations, primarily within the AOCs of 70B, 70H, 70K, 72D, 73A, and 73B. Career path changes. Objective force model changes. Behavior Change – Cultural Change Personnel Impact

21 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! MSC BES Medical Service Corps Programmed and Actual (Historical and Future)

22 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Objective Force Model – MS FY07

23 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! 72A

24 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! 72B

25 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! 72C

26 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! 72D

27 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! 72E

28 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Impact of Modularity AOC PMAD (Before) PMAD (Current) FY07 (Projected)Delta 70B / 18% 70H / 29% 70K / 24% 72D / 27% 73A00 (67D) / 17% 73B00 (67D) / 18%

29 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Most Recent THEN Modularity / MilCiv - Impact As of 23 June 05 TOE Increase = 725 Auths GROWTH SHIFT

30 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! FY05 Separation Rates

31 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Assignments

32 Assignment Considerations in our New Environment Army Needs: Skill Sets & Experience Career/Leader Development Personal Preferences #1 #2 #3

33 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! OPMD Manning Priorities IAW Army Manning Guidance As OF 20 MARCH 2006

34 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Factors Impacting Assignment Availability Personal Considerations –343 Married Army Couples –410 Exceptional Family Member Program enrollees –212 Physical Limitations (Temp and Perm profiles) – 15 Senior Year in High School Professional Considerations –60 FLAGs (Weight/Adverse Action) –289 in student status Deployments –Stop Loss/Stop Move –Unit Deployments (Some with little dwell time) –Taskings / TCS assignments –PROFIS (New stop loss policy 16 Jan 2007)

35 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Career/Personal Life Interaction 2LT1LT C D CPTLTC C M D MAJ C S C COL BGBG MarriageCrisis Resolved SPOUSE ID Crisis ID Crisis Mortgage(s) ChildrenGrade SchoolHigh SchoolCollege Job Opportunities ID Crisis #1ID Crisis #2 Aging Parents Career Choice C D M M Advance Degree Retirement

36 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Promotions

37 Latest on Promotions and VI

38 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Promotion to Captain Next Board: February 2007 Going on now!! Fully Qualified vs. Best Qualified

39 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Promotion to Major Next Board: September 2007 PZAZBZDOPMA % % % % % %

40 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Promotion to Lieutenant Colonel Next Board: March 2007

41 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Promotion to COL Board Meets: July 2007 PZAZBZDOPMA % % % % % %

42 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Commands

43 Company Level Command TDA COMMANDS (05A) 8417 TOE COMMANDS (05A) J COMMANDS (CPT-MAJ)11 8 PREV MED COMMANDS (67C)8 6 (INCLUDES MAJ CMDS) TOTAL CONUSOCONUS

44 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! COL Level Command (CSL) * CSS Selection Process AMEDD Immaterial MS Specific BDE (TDA) 2 (2) Med BDE (TOE) 2 (2) Garrison 3 DISCOM * Logistics 2 Sci/Tech 4 (3) Level I MTF (TDA) 21 (3) Level I TOE 11 (5) Level II MTF (TDA) 8 (1) Level II TOE 1 (0) Acquisition * (1)

45 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Education

46 LTHET Board Results AY05 Offered - 171Offered Selected - 89Selected - 89 Alternates - 30Alternates - 30 AY06 Offered - 160Offered Selected - 104Selected Alternates - 38Alternates - 38

47 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! LTHET Changes Philosophical – Fewer Starts – to match historical rates of fill Broader availability amongst AOCs USUHS Emphasis – 72D/Es – All MPH/MSPH programs Use for PhD

48 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Officer Education System Transformation ILE (Four Versions) ILE-Advanced Operations Warfighter Course (ILE- AOWC): (AOCs 67J, 70H, 70K, 72D and MC Officers)Open to AMEDD Operational Planners (AOCs 67J, 70H, 70K, 72D and MC Officers) Allocated 27 Seats for AY Requested 54 Seats per Year at Steady State ILE-Course Location (ILE-CL): Open to all AMEDD Officers 12 week common core course Offered at Ft Belvoir, Ft Lee, Ft Gordon AMEDD Allocated 12 Seats in AY and 134 Seats in AY ILE- Advanced Distributed Learning (ILE-ADL) Open to all AMEDD Officers Now Available, completed via the web/Blackboard ILE-RC - ILE-Reserve Component (ILE-RC) Open to All AMEDD Officers Three Phase Course One Year Program BOARD PROCESS!!

49 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! ILE-AOWC & SSC Allocations 27 Resident ILE Seats MC 7 MS 20 –67J –70H –70K –72D –Declinations/Deferrals filled from IMM OML. –Each Corps will maintain distribution allotment. –ILE-CL attendees are selected from ILE OML list. 13 Resident SSC Seats AN1 DC1 MC1 MS8 SP1 VC1 IMM1 AWCDEP TBD AY 2006

50 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Challenges/Updates

51  Life Cycle Manning  Modularity Shortages  Professional Development Challenges  Assignment Instruction to Report Date  “People Always”  Joint Domicile  High School Stabilization  ODP vs Continuing Emerging Requirements  Separations  RA Integration  Cultural Shift Challenges

52 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST!  Career Models  Increased Accessions  Branch Transfers (30+ in 2006)  Direct Accession of 70B  USMA (20 vs. 10)  Board Certification – 9B ASI  Branch Newsletter  Temporary PROFIS (Profis+ =shortaged AOCs)  Expanded SELCON (24 yrs) Initiatives

53 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! PAST VS. Managing Shortages Individual Replacements Location-centric Peacetime policies MACOM/IARC focused Individual preferences Frequent PCS PCS Changing a Culture NOW/FUTURE Manning Priorities  DDS Unit Manning Unit-centric Wartime policies BCT / MTT Tm focus Army requirements Stabilization

54 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Evaluations

55 OCT DEC 56 3 YRS 3 MO PAST OER SYSTEMS FROMTO DURATION JUL AUG 50 3 YRS 2 MO SEP SEP 53 3 YRS 1 MO JAN SEP 61 4 YRS 9 MO OCT MAR 68 6 YRS 6 MO APR DEC 72 4 YRS 9 MO JAN SEP 79 6 YRS 10 MO SEP SEP YRS 1 MO OCT 97 - Present

56 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Masking Early OERs 2LT / WO1 1LT / CW2 CPT / CW3 POLICY WO1 reports “masked” after selection to CW3 LT reports masked at promotion to CPT Eliminates concerns over a “zero defects” system Officer Records Brief lists duty positions Remember – all LT OERs are seen by CPTs board-Even LT Sarmiento’s. Remember – all LT OERs are seen by CPTs board-Even LT Sarmiento’s.

57 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! PART VII - SENIOR RATER c. BULLET COMMENTS ON PERFORMANCE / POTENTIAL a. EVALUATE THE RATED OFFICER'S PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO THE NEXT HIGHER GRADE BEST QUALIFIED FULLY QUALIFIEDDO NOT PROMOTE A completed DA Form was received with this report and considered in my evaluation and review YES NO (Explain in C) OTHER (Explain below) x 16 HQDA COMPARISON OF THE SENIOR RATER'S PROFILE AND BOX CHECK AT THE TIME THIS REPORT PROCESSED RO: MAJ BUCK, GEORGE SR: COL SMITH DATE: TOTAL RATINGS: 17 RATINGS THIS OFFICER : 1 CENTER OF MASS MAJ Buck is one of the best Majors I senior rate. I personally selected him from a group of carefully screened candidates to serve as my XO. A consummate officer, MAJ Buck leads by example, is soundly grounded on tactics and shares his soldiers’ sacrifices and challenges. Send this joint operations experienced warrior to resident ILE and must select for LTC. d. LIST 3 FUTURE ASSIGNMENTS FOR WHICH THIS OFFICER IS BEST SUITED. FOR ARMY COMPETITIVE CATEGORY CPT THROUGH LTC, ALSO INDICATE A POTENTIAL CAREER FIELD FOR FUTURE SERVICE. Battalion S-3, B attalion XO, Brigade S3s ; Would serve Army best in OPCF/11 I currently senior rate_______________officer(s) in this grade X MANAGED PROFILE Reinforcing Rules: First single top box at a given grade will generate an ACOM label at DA, regardless of profile (of the first four OERs in a grade, by component, any one, but only one, can be an ACOM.) Cannot mention box check in the narrative Restarts by grade, with SR’s permission, after 3 reports & a documented misfire in that grade have been processed at HQDA

58 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! OER/AER Tips Ratee: Closely review/verify OER/AER administrative information Record the correct duty title/description Don’t expect an ACOM!!! Especially with small SR profile If you are in a LTHET program, discuss with rater about commenting on your: Leadership and Management skills Potential to serve in key positions Future education potential Good looks – just kidding Rater/Senior Rater: Paint a clear word picture of accomplishments and potential Don’t be overly verbose or skimpy on comments Say what you mean (talk reality) Quantify where possible

59 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Know your Population, e.g. How They Perform, When they go before Boards When Reports will be Due.....… Look Ahead, Establish a Plan, Develop rating philosophy based on “Center of Mass” norm -- Goal is 1/3 in Top Box, ensure Top Box is always less than 1/2 Review rating chains; combine small populations into larger groups where possible, allowing for a Broader View and a Better Comparison Consider Start-up Costs (1st 4 reports in each grade, only 1 ACOM) Can not Hold OERs Past 90 Days Quantify where possible Senior Rater Tips

60 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! LATEST CHANGES OER PROCESSING AKO FORMS PORTAL Training link on last week’s 67C Roster – through AKO

61 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! My Forms Location: Behind AKO Users now get forms from the “My Forms” tab on AKO or from APD’s web site. “My Forms” Link on AKO Home

62 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! AKO My Forms: FCMP This is what users see when they are in AKO “My Forms” – the portal.

63 AKO “My Forms” available to the Army with all DA and some DD forms converted to PureEdge. 103 forms have electronic signatures. “My Forms” management functions available to users with these forms. On AKO, users find military evals current to AR , -205, & -1. Full Wizard (Green) Forms Available to Users Once testing at HQDA is complete we will place the wizardized versions of revised military evaluation forms on AKO “My Forms.” Forms include digital signature, help keys, and embedded regulatory logic. Allows creation of final evaluations from support forms. Electronic Submission to HQDA Once testing at HQDA is complete we will initiate the automatic “send to HQDA” function on AKO “My Forms.” Until this time, users can send reports to HQDA in the manner currently available to them (mail, upload, OER by , etc). Last day to send old versions of forms to HQDA. Users must submit revised forms after this date. Users prepare and submit delinquent or missing reports from previous rating periods before this date. Hereafter, all OER/NCOER must be on the revised form. Effective date of new AR & DA PAM which covers OER, NCOER, and AER Systems and which revises all military evaluation forms. Revised forms are dated Mar 06. On AKO “My Forms,” users find revised military evaluation forms with digital signatures. Users submit revised forms to HQDA using current methods of transmission. Implementation Time Line: Military Evaluations & AKO “My Forms” When: What: 12 May Jun 06 NET 30 Jun 06 NET 15 Jul Oct 06

64 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! AKO “My Forms” Impacts Electronic evaluations – 12 LINES FOR RATER-MAKE WORDS COUNT Provide electronic signature for dispersed locations Support Soldiers in all three components (RA, USAR, & ARNG) Transform methods of getting and moving information Improve content & make the process easier  Improves what users have today (and provides more)  Eliminates Personnel Service Battalions eval processing (supports Transformation/PSDR)  Improves reliability of submission timeliness  Combine 5 regulations/pamphlets in AR and DA PAM Reduce, or eliminate, overnight mailing costs Work to eliminate interim & legacy systems currently used Make counseling administratively worth the time

65 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Regulatory and policy questions: DSN: (Evaluation Systems Office) Senior Rater PROFILE questions: DSN (Evaluation Systems Office) OER Processing questions: DSN: (OER Processing Branch) Officer Records (OMPF): DSN: (Officer Records Branch) (Commercial prefix xxxx) HRC POINTS OF CONTACT HRC On-Line: https://www.hrc.army.mil

66 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Board Decision Tools – “First Impressions” 1.GUIDANCE FROM SECARMY/G1 2.AUTOMATED SELECTION BOARD SYSTEM (ASBS) No more microfiche A.OFFICER RECORD BRIEF Updated and Accurate B.OFFICIAL MILITARY PERSONNEL FILE (PERMS) “My Board” C.DAPMIS PHOTO HOW TO GET “BOARD READY” https://www.hrc.army.mil/opmd/board.htm

67 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Boards-Tips from Peanut Gallery (AKA my 2 Cents after 2 years) -PLS read the MILPER MSG when sent –OER Closeout dates, where to send documents to add for expedited processing, and where to send letters to the board -Have a DA photo taken close to board date for boards that are important to you – the new norm -Check a box when you visit “My board file” – the selection board members may interpret ‘not reviewed’ to mean ‘does not care’ -File Clutter (Certificates of Appreciation for Bake Sale after Bronze Star, etc.) -Adding and removing documents (one is harder, believe it or not) – please wait 6-8 weeks before resubmission if not for a board

68 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Helping Yourself Job Performance…The Bedrock Job Description ORB DA Photo Br/FA Qual Rtr/SR Comments on Potential

69 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! See Your Career Manager Notes See your photo See your record Allows officers to access their own ORB Secure via AKO Can view, print, save and send With Photos on your ORB

70 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! RECENT ORB CHANGES OVERSEAS TOURS BOX EXPANDED COMBAT AND DEPENDENT RESTRICTED TOURS NOTED EFFECTIVE DATE: 16 JUN 06 TIPS: RA INTEGRATION BOARD CERTIFICATION GET DEPLOYMENTS ANNOTATED! SECTIONS I AND IX CHECK SECURITY CLEARANCE!! KEEP DA PHOTO CURRENT!! <2 YEARS CONFIRM DWELL TIME!!! Can only be fixed locally

71 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! TEL: DSN MAJ Christopher Colacicco COM CPT - LTC 67J, 70D, PROJECT WARRIOR MAJ Michael A. Elliott TEL:DSN COM CPT- LTC 70C, 70K, WO 670A, USAREC CPT - LTC 05A, 67A, 70B, 70C, 70K, 67J, WO 670A Mr Kawon Reed TEL DSN COM Personnel Technician Admin AOCs MSC Branch Office Organization

72 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! LT - LTC 71A,B,E,F 67E,F,G Program Manager for AMEDD Acquisition MAJ Sang Pak TEL: DSN COM LT - LTC 72A,B,C,D,E 73A,B MAJ Kerry LeFrancis TEL: DSN COM All Allied Science Officers VACANT!! TEL DSN COM Personnel Technician Allied Science AOCs MSC Branch Office Organization USE AKO ADDRESSES ONLY AS OF JAN 2007, OLD HOFFMAN ADDRESSES ARE DEFUNCT!!!

73 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! MAJ Matt Konopa TEL: DSN COM Chief, Education and Training Long Term Training Manager Mr. Johnnie Keniley TEL DSN COM Short Course Technician Mr. Euy Lee TEL DSN COM Education and Training MSC Branch Office Organization

74 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Conclusion Top two Army priorities: GWOT and Transformation These are challenging times with increased opportunities Soldiers are our centerpiece Be prepared to go where the Army needs you! ·

75 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! The quality of our people guarantees our success into the next decade and beyond…

76 PEOPLE ALWAYS... MISSION FIRST! Warrior Ethos I am an American Soldier. I will Always place the mission first. Never accept defeat. Never quit. Never leave a fallen comrade. I live by this Creed.


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