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1 Career Retirement Credit Reporting (CRCR)

2 What is a CRCR? The CRCR is used to establish the years of Federal Service for a Marine Reservist. The CRCR tracks retirement points credited for: Inactive Points IDT, EIN/EIO, ATP/AFTP/RMP, MTU Correspondence Funeral Honors Duty Three elements: 1. Principle of non-competition 2. Valued Assistance: from the standpoint of the recipient, “What does the Transitioning Marine see as valuable?” 3. Mutually supportive life-long relationship First assumptions in the Concept of Operations are: That “retention of quality Marines in the Active Component will remain our top priority.” 2. That all reasonable retention efforts are exhausted before a Marine leaves active service.

3 What is a CRCR? Active Duty Points Paid (ADOS/Mobilization/EAD)
Non paid (Associate (IRR) /Appropriate Duty Orders (SMCR, ASL, etc) Membership Points (max of 15 pts per year) Total Annual Points (max 365/366 pts per year) (If Membership exceeds 15 or total annual exceeds 365/366 or more than one open year in CRCR, TTC Cert Date will fail.) Three elements: 1. Principle of non-competition 2. Valued Assistance: from the standpoint of the recipient, “What does the Transitioning Marine see as valuable?” 3. Mutually supportive life-long relationship First assumptions in the Concept of Operations are: That “retention of quality Marines in the Active Component will remain our top priority.” 2. That all reasonable retention efforts are exhausted before a Marine leaves active service.

4 Importance of a CRCR Missing or Incorrect information may effect:
Promotion Reenlistment Retirement PME Schools AR Program Status MCTFS computes retirement points for current and prior years through UD reporting. Of target population of 30,000 Transitioning Honorably each year: 16,000 to IRR w/ remaining Mandatory Service Obligation (MSO) [From this pool come many of the SMCR through PSR] 4,000 retire 10,000 Other [ 2,500 Disability Discharge, 7,500 Other End of Obligated Service] Sources – Recruit Attrition MCRC OTH, BCD, DD MM Retirees MMSR Disability Discharge MMSR MSO Remaining RAM IRR RAM SMCR/PSR Goal MCRC Other End of Obligated Svc calculated

5 CRCR Information in MCTFS
RT07 Screen – Career Retirement Credit Report RT08 Screen – Current Anniversary Year RT09 Screen – Prior Anniversary Year S980 Remark – Summary of each Anniversary Year (Will show if there is more than one current open year). D980 Remark – Detailed display of each Anniversary Year (at the bottom of each D980 is where to check the correct membership pts & total annual points) Being a Marine begins with the transformation at recruit training or OCS. The program re-emphasizes that being a Marine means more than just wearing a uniform; therefore, begins at time of existing Transition Assistance when efforts to keep a Marine on active service have been exhausted and the Marine has decided to leave active service. Provide Transitioning Marines Service at Bases & Stations Service at their chosen hometowns

6 CRCR Information in MCTFS
D600 Remark – Verify the component code/ break in service for anniversary year change. D980 Remark – Detailed display of each Anniversary Year (at the bottom of each D980 is where to check the correct membership pts & total annual points) D981 Remark – Verify reserve drill information in the event of correcting INACDU points. Being a Marine begins with the transformation at recruit training or OCS. The program re-emphasizes that being a Marine means more than just wearing a uniform; therefore, begins at time of existing Transition Assistance when efforts to keep a Marine on active service have been exhausted and the Marine has decided to leave active service. Provide Transitioning Marines Service at Bases & Stations Service at their chosen hometowns

7 CRCR Information in MCTFS
S986 Remark – Reserve Retirement Credit Remarks. Reference when re-computing CRCR to ensure points are not credited for correspondence points and Inactive Duty Points on the same day CHRO – Display of the Page 3 from the Marines SRB/OQR

8 Anniversary Dates The “Anniversary Date” is the basis for all retirement data reporting. Must be future dated. Established by the DOEAF Anniversary dates DO NOT CHANGE unless there is a break in contractual service of 24 hours or more. (Civilian status) The Anniversary Date posted in MCTFS must be verified/corrected prior to reporting or correcting CRCR historical data. While the preponderance of the assistance of the Marine For Life network will be for Transitioning Marines returning to civilian life, the network connectivity will be available for all Veteran Marines and Reserve Marines. This will be a self-perpetuating product. To help understand what the Marine For Life network is, it helps to understand what it is not: Competition with other services. Unique mission distinct from existing Transition Assistance. “Necessary Expense Doctrine.” NOT competing with other government agencies, existing private organizations, or civilian job placement services NOT just expanding Transition Assistance

9 THINGS TO LOOK FOR ON CRCR
Is the ANNIV date future dated Has the CRCR CERT date been certified on or after 1st day of open year. Is there a current CRCR year open

10 THINGS TO LOOK FOR ON CRCR
C: STANDS FOR CURRENT YEAR P: STANDS FOR PRIOR YEAR D: STANDS FOR DELETED YEAR H: STANDS FOR HISTORY YEAR Is the ANNIV date future dated Has the CRCR CERT date been certified on or after 1st day of open year. Is there a current CRCR year open P: STANDS FOR PARTIAL YEAR

11 What is a Satisfactory Year?
A continuous 365/366 day period... During which a Marine earns at least 50 retirement points, using any combination of the following: Inactive (IDT, FHD, EIN, EIO, ATP, RMP) Correspondence points Active (paid and unpaid) Membership points Reserve retirement eligibility is determined by number of Satisfactory Years performed. Phased COA is not an option. Legally impermissible. There are multiple aspects to each COA. Not all possible permutations of the mix and match aspects are presented. The COAs are presented to best demonstrate the significant unique features: COA #1: entirely uniformed personnel COA #2: use of contractors and other non-uniformed COA #3: private organization performs contractor functions COA #4: outsource everything

12 CRCR “C” Audit 1) Verify the CertDate, should be current yr or previous yr. 2) Verify the ResRecStat - what is the Marine’s ‘status’ . 3) Verify the PEBD - it should never be prior to the earliest Anniverary Yr listed (broken time will require PEBD adjustment). 4) Verify the Anniversary Date, it should be exactly 1 yr future dated from latest Anniversary Year open.

13 CRCR “C” Audit (cont) 5) Verify the Anniversary Years - look for missing years and for break(s) in service. 6) Verify the Membership Points, NOT to exceed 15 points per yr. 7) Verify the ACDU Points, NOT to exceed 365 or 366 points per yr. Verify Leap Years are correct. 8) Verify the Sat Years, check for NOs and Partials (a PAR signifies broken time or a system error). 9) Verify there are no overlapping years and/ or two of the same anniversary years.

14 CRCR “C” Audit CAREER RETIREMENT CREDIT RECORD 03/04/2004
SSN: NAME: MARINE, WANNA B RUC: COMPANY CODE: 2 PRES-GRADE: E6 RECSTAT: E COMP CODE: PLT CODE: 00HQ TRNGRP: A R-RECSTAT: 0 RCOMP-CODE: KA ANNV: PEBD: DOB: MAND: CERTDATE: INACDU MBR- TOTAL INACDU ACDU TOTAL ANNIVERSARY YEAR POINTS SHIP INACDU PNTS POINTS PNTS SAT INCLUSIVE DATES PD NPD COR FHD PNTS PNTS CRED PD NPD CRED YEAR NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO YES YES YES YES YES NO COMPLETED Is the ANNIV date future dated Has the CRCR CERT date been certified on or after 1st day of open year. Is there a current CRCR year open

15 Current, Prior, and Historical Years; example
The Marine’s next Anniversary date is: CURRENT anniversary year should be: The PRIOR anniversary year was: Retirement points accrued on or before are considered HISTORICAL DATA. All missing years require a CRCR Worksheet for correction. Newly ECCO’d members who had previous CRCR will require action to open current year. ECCO will post the Anniversary Date only. Newly ECCO’d members who do not have previous CRCR, no action is required.

16 Marine’s Responsibility
Members are required to review their own CRCR for completeness and correctness. If corrections are required, the members will draw a black line through each incorrect item, write-in the correction, then initial each correction. The members must provide any external documentation to support a correction. Once corrections have been made and the member has verified CRCR as true and correct, the member will sign and date the CRCR. This is called “CRCR Certification”. Phase I: Evaluate PWSTs in 10 key cities What’s out there, communications capability, ability to perform msn Training Session for HTL/PWST process Phase II: Mod Two Transition Centers Work for departure data from separating Marines Craft process and procedures for referral to HTL Evaluate TAMP Centers ability to communicate to HTLs Phase III: Test Data to the HTL Data acquired by TR for transmission – and sent Received and processed inbound into the network HTL Contacted transitioned Marine/developed the network relationship Test Results against pre-set criteria determining success TR process adequate to refer to HTL HTL process for assimilation to civil community(network) Marine civilian reaction to this new assistance

17 Marine’s Responsibility
Unit will report the TTC Cert Date, which updates the member’s record in MCTFS, i.e. AFADBD. Members may certify their own CRCR through MOL. Units will receive EDFR stating ‘self certification’ by that member. Due to this change, requirements for maintaining CRCRs for inspections are listed below. Print a smooth CRCR (RT07) on the member and annotate with the following: EDFR Cycle # and Date A statement that ‘SNM performed self certification on CRCR (date) via MOL. File that CRCR in the members service record (SRB/OQR). Phase I: Evaluate PWSTs in 10 key cities What’s out there, communications capability, ability to perform msn Training Session for HTL/PWST process Phase II: Mod Two Transition Centers Work for departure data from separating Marines Craft process and procedures for referral to HTL Evaluate TAMP Centers ability to communicate to HTLs Phase III: Test Data to the HTL Data acquired by TR for transmission – and sent Received and processed inbound into the network HTL Contacted transitioned Marine/developed the network relationship Test Results against pre-set criteria determining success TR process adequate to refer to HTL HTL process for assimilation to civil community(network) Marine civilian reaction to this new assistance

18 Unit’s Responsibility
The RUC will verify any suspected or identified discrepancies against documents on file (i.e., copies of DD Form 4, extensions, and DD Form 214). Assist the member in retrieving source docs no longer on file at the unit (Reserve / Active LES’, OMPF, National Records Center-StLMO, Other Services CRCRs) Once verified, the RUC will forward requests for correction of the CRCR to MARFORRES (AAU) using a CRCR worksheet if member is not presently on active duty. If presently on active duty, requests are sent to MISSO. Phase I - Train Hometown links in the selected cities.  Hometown links gather organize data in preparation.  Identify potential Marines transitioning to the selected cities.  Phase II - Initiate contact between transitioning Marines and the Hometown links in the selected cities via phone and/or .  Contacted initiated by TR at TAMP.  Phase III – Facsimile Website used to facilitate contact and provide information with regards to the selected cities.  Should functionally work the same as the full blown system, but limited scope, hardware, and bandwidth.  This website will have to be scaled and more data added for full implementation. Six month dry run. 

19 Unit’s Responsibility
Once all requested/required corrections are completed, a new CRCR will be provided to the member for “CRCR Certification”. RUC will report TTC CRCR CERTDATE, using YYYYMM format. Can only be reported once per month Or, members may verify/certify their own CRCR via MOL. Phase I - Train Hometown links in the selected cities.  Hometown links gather organize data in preparation.  Identify potential Marines transitioning to the selected cities.  Phase II - Initiate contact between transitioning Marines and the Hometown links in the selected cities via phone and/or .  Contacted initiated by TR at TAMP.  Phase III – Facsimile Website used to facilitate contact and provide information with regards to the selected cities.  Should functionally work the same as the full blown system, but limited scope, hardware, and bandwidth.  This website will have to be scaled and more data added for full implementation. Six month dry run. 

20 Failure to Cert CRCR Reenlistments may not be approved.
Composite Scores may not be calculated. Retirement points may not post to current and prior anniversary years. AFADBD will not be calculated correctly for any periods of ACDU (including Mobilization). (AFADBD = CADBD minus total Prior Active duty) Note: Initial hometown mission requirement of 200 man-hours at each site for information assembly and input could be met using ADSW at estimated cost of: GySgt or Capt: $4K For 1 month At 183 Sites: Total: $770,000 thereby increasing initial costs to an estimated $1.8 plus 1,200 man-hours. Man-hour cost ($35.42/hr) is average of composite standard pay and reimbursement rates for Major ($44.27/hr) and Gunnery Sergeant ($26.56/hr)

21 Who Inputs Corrections?
CRCR Reporting: RUC completes worksheet and forwards to MARFORRES AAU or MISSO. MARFORRES AAU inputs data for SMCR Marines not presently on active duty. IPAC MFR inputs data for IRR/IMA/MTU Marines.

22 Who Inputs Corrections?
CRCR Reporting: MISSO-17 inputs all data for AR Marines and ALL Reservists presently on periods of Active Duty (ADOS,IADT, MOB) (excluding AT). CMC (MMSR-5) verifies ANNIVERSARY date and CRCR changes, and makes any required corrections or contacts MISSO 16/17 for required action/corrections.

23 Retirement Pay Formula
Retirement pay is calculated as follows: (Total points/360) X X Base Pay = Approximate monthly retired pay. https://www.2xcitizen.usar.army.mil/2xhome.asp Click on Soldier Services, Retirement Note: Initial hometown mission requirement of 200 man-hours at each site for information assembly and input could be met using ADSW at estimated cost of: GySgt or Capt: $4K For 1 month At 183 Sites: Total: $770,000 thereby increasing initial costs to an estimated $1.8 plus 1,200 man-hours. Man-hour cost ($35.42/hr) is average of composite standard pay and reimbursement rates for Major ($44.27/hr) and Gunnery Sergeant ($26.56/hr)

24 Credible Service For CRCR reporting, Credible Service (service that counts toward retirement) is found in DOD FMR Vol 7 Chapter 1. If a reserve officer was a cadet or midshipman prior to being commissioned as an officer, the time prior to being commissioned does not count toward retirement and is not reported on the CRCR. Anniversary date will be the date of commissioning and each anniversary year begins with that month and day.

25 Credible Service If a reserve officer was never a cadet or midshipman, all time from date of contract counts towards retirement and is reported on the CRCR. Anniversary date is the date of the contract and each anniversary year begins with that month and day. If the reservist has been a cadet or midshipman, but does not become an officer, all the time from date of contract counts towards retirement and is reported on the CRCR. Anniversary date is the date of the contract and each anniversary year begins with that month and day.

26 DOD Service Codes Commonly Used MR00 – Regular ACDU (11) MVSG – AR Program MVTB – IMA Det (KF) MVRH – Delayed Entry Program (DEP) MVSA – SMCR (K4, K9, KA) MVRE – IRR (K7) MVUF – IADT MVPJ – PLC / OCS

27 DOD Service Codes RESERVE COMPONENT CATEGORY DESIGNATOR (BYTE 3)
RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING RETIREMENT CATEGORY DESIGNATOR (BYTE 4) BRANCH OF SERVICE (BYTE 1 ) A = United States Army E = Public Health Service F = United States Air Force I = National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration M = United States Marine Corps N = United States Navy P = United States Coast Guard Z = Unknown S = Selected Reserve T = Trained Individual U = Untrained C = Trained Individual R = Ready Reserve A = SMCR G = AR B = IMA F = AT IADT P = AWAITING IADT WITH PAY P = Ready Reserve Training Y = Standby Reserve V = Retired Reserve Q = AWAITING 2ND IADT S = AGR AT IADT T = SIMULTANEOUS OCS/SELRES WITHOUT IADT 1 = RESERVE OFFICER - INITIAL OBLIGATION (ACTIVE DUTY) 2 = OFFICER ON EAD 3 = OFFICER ON SWAG 4 = RESERVE OFFICER/ENLISTED TAD OV 180 DAYS 5 = OFFICER ON UAD 6 = OFFICER ON EDR B = NOT CURRENTLY USED D = ENLISTED EAD RECRUITER E = IRR H = UNTRAINED IN IRR U = AWAITING IADT WITHOUT PAY J = PLC K = HPSP C = KEY FEDERAL EMPLOYEE SERVICE COMPONENT (BYTE 2) G = National Guard of the U.S. R = Regular K = Cadet or Midshipman V = Reserve Z = Unknown

28 DOD Service Codes FOR EXAMPLE: AR PROGRAM = MVSG
RESERVE COMPONENT CATEGORY DESIGNATOR (BYTE 3) RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING RETIREMENT CATEGORY DESIGNATOR (BYTE 4) BRANCH OF SERVICE (BYTE 1 ) A = United States Army E = Public Health Service F = United States Air Force I = National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration M = United States Marine Corps N = United States Navy P = United States Coast Guard Z = Unknown S = Selected Reserve T = Trained Individual U = Untrained C = Trained Individual R = Ready Reserve A = SMCR G = AR B = IMA F = AT IADT P = AWAITING IADT WITH PAY P = Ready Reserve Training Y = Standby Reserve V = Retired Reserve Q = AWAITING 2ND IADT S = AGR AT IADT T = SIMULTANEOUS OCS/SELRES WITHOUT IADT 1 = RESERVE OFFICER - INITIAL OBLIGATION (ACTIVE DUTY) 2 = OFFICER ON EAD 3 = OFFICER ON SWAG 4 = RESERVE OFFICER/ENLISTED TAD OV 180 DAYS 5 = OFFICER ON UAD 6 = OFFICER ON EDR B = NOT CURRENTLY USED D = ENLISTED EAD RECRUITER E = IRR H = UNTRAINED IN IRR U = AWAITING IADT WITHOUT PAY J = PLC K = HPSP C = KEY FEDERAL EMPLOYEE SERVICE COMPONENT (BYTE 2) G = National Guard of the U.S. R = Regular K = Cadet or Midshipman V = Reserve Z = Unknown FOR EXAMPLE: AR PROGRAM = MVSG

29 POC FOR CRCR CORRECTIONS
MARFORRES AAU: ( ), Inputs data on SMCR provided by the RUC. MFR G1: Inputs data for IRR/IMA/MTU Marines. MISSO 17: ( ) Inputs all data for ANY Reserve Marine presently on Active Duty (ADSW, AR, EAD, IADT, Mobilized, RecAide). DFAS Cleveland: ( ) Requesting a members past LES’s.

30 POC FOR CRCR CORRECTIONS
CMC (MMSR-5): verifies ANNIVERSARY date and CRCR changes, and makes any required corrections or contacts MISSO 17 for input. This normally deals with members retiring or have retired. Unit must indicate: A POC and phone number at your unit Put only the years that are missing or need correction on CRCR worksheet.

31 Questions ? For questions or comments contact your MISSO at https://eis.usmc.mil/sites/missa


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