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1 USARC Commander’s Call Command Sergeant Major
Board of Directors Break-Out Session CSM Michael D. Schultz AR CSM CSM Michael D. Schultz

2 USARC Commander’s Call 2 – 4 DEC 11
WHEN WHO WHAT WHERE LEAD UNIFORM 1 DEC 11 TBD CSM Travel – CSM Schultz and SGM Ireland SGM Ireland ACU 2 DEC 11 All Day GO/CSMs Commander’s Call Auditorium LTC Sharpe 3 DEC 11 CSM BoD Break/Pick-Up Lunch (working Lunch) Room 5578 SGM Isaac E9s Flagged/Overstrength E-9s CSM Schultz E9 Management SGM Ortiz-Guzman Senior Promotion Board MSG Dehart Break AR2/R3 Update SGM Helton/SGM Lopez CSTX CSM Estabrooks Medical Readiness SGM Gills / SGM Guymon Closing Remarks / CSM Open Discussion CSM’s Huddle Iron Mike’s 4 DEC 11 ALL Ft Bragg

3 “Take Charge!” CSM Michael D. Schultz Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Reserve

4 FY11 USAR CSM Priorities Personnel:
Semi-Centralized Promotions SGT/SSG: June 2011 Automated Sr Promotion Boards at RSC level – August 2011 Board USAR SGM Tenure Policy (June 2011) USAR SAMC Regulation USAR 215-1 Created SEMO (Senior Enlisted Management Office) at HRC Training: NCOA-Ft Lewis Move to Camp Parks, CA OCT 2011 FOC) Consolidated Army Drill Sergeant School (One Army School System) Implement Army Reserve PRT Program Institute the Soldier Fueling Initiative for the Army Reserve Wounded Warrior: Increase WTU/WTB Site Visit/Town Hall Meetings Increase Awareness of Wounded Warrior Resources: Army Reserve Family Programs / Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) / Army Warrior Adventure Quest / Employee Partnership Office

5 FY12 USAR CSM Priorities Personnel:
Shaping the Force: Enlisted Initiatives Automated Sr Promotion Enlisted Board: - Feb 12 (all Sr grades ) Aug 2012 (SFCs only/QRB (all grades) FY 13 (Once a Year) Centralized PPRL (no geographic boundary) – February 2012 NCOER (Redesign of NCOER: FY 2012) USAR Unit Medical Readiness (PHAs/PDPHA etc.) Army Career Tracker (ACT): Army Reserve Implementation, on-going Training: Improve (3)Army Reserve NCOA (Facilities, Equipment and IT), on-going Electronic Based Distributed Learning Compensation (EBDL) USAR Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3 Briefs) IT improvement for NCO PME courses Wounded Warrior: Increase WTU/WTB Site Visit/Town Hall Meetings Increase Awareness of Wounded Warrior Resources: Army Reserve Family Programs / Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) / Army Warrior Adventure Quest / Employee Partnership Office

6 USAR Medical Readiness
As of 25 October 2010 As of 29 September 2011 Cdr’s Adjusted Strength: 182K (24K in training pipeline) End strength: 206K Cdr’s Adjusted Strength: 187K (19K in training pipeline) End strength: 206K ARNG Number Analysis Current ARNG Strength: 361K Commanders adjusted strength: 319K (41K in training pipeline) # Permanent P3-4 Profiles: 22,827 # of Soldiers Previously Boarded: Y/W 7,766 MMRB/ MAR2: 5,372 MEB/PEB 2,394 # Soldiers MRC 4: (Med Stat Unknown) 34,533 # of Soldiers with potentially unfitting conditions based upon historical analysis: (i.e MRC Conversion Rates): 67% Medically Ready (MR 1 and 2) Temp profile/dental 3 (MR 3A) P3/P4 MND (MR 3B) Pregnant/Limited Duty Profile (MR 3B) No PHA or Dental (MR4) Source: MEDPROS

7 ACT Total Unique Military Users (11/10/2011)
To Date as of 8/4

8 SSD Level 1 (1st Quarter FY 11) SSD Level 1 FY11 (Jan-May)
As of 28 October 2011 SSD Level 1 (1st Quarter FY 11) SSD Level 1 FY11 (Jan-May) Total Enrolled 70938 85508 Activity by Soldier 26876 15022 Total Graduated 3498 1852 Percent Graduated 4.9% 2.1% Non Completed 43 18 Number Cancelled 8 23 Total # Soldiers Enrolled Logged in Enlisted Active 53825 22770 53023 11732 Reserve 4726 1536 9501 1157 NG 12068 2427 22871 2122 Officers 97 37 27 9 11 10 2 3 4 1 Warrant 13 6 5 SSD Level 3 FY11 SSD Level 4 FY11 18204 12221 9364 5656 1247 1090 6.9% 8.9%

9 USARC Commander’s Call E9s Flagged / Over-strength
CSM Michael D. Schultz AR CSM CSM Michael D. Schultz

10 Troop Program Unit Senior Enlisted Management
OCAR Senior Leader Development Office Army Reserve Troop Program Unit Senior Enlisted Management SGM Angel L. Ortiz Guzman As of: 2 NOV 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
Outline Rotation Plans SGM Vacancies Reports Feedback DSMT Policy Guidance Way Ahead As of: 25 AUG 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

12 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
Rotation Plans TPU SGM Tenure Policy Rotation Plans Due Date: 15 January and 15 July Format Remarks 1. Per the SGM tenure policy the rotation plans are due twice a year. Our last suspense was 15 July and we had a hard time receiving these plans. Here is the accountability report for this action. 9 of these were turned in October and later. 2 CMDs did not provide the plan at all and others were incomplete. The next report is due on 15 January. We need your assistance to ensure we receive these plans in a timely manner. In terms of the report FORMAT; I understand that there was confusion and many CMDs did not know how to create their rotation plan, or at least did not know what was expected. I take full responsibility for that situation. That is the reason why on 30 SEP 11, I sent a message with specific information on how to create this plan, and provided a suggested template. Here is a very good example of how your rotation plan should look like. (Explain) The most important piece of the entire report is the Remarks column. These remarks need to be clear and concise. We’ll discuss in greater detail the remarks input in the next slide Your rotation plans helps you to be proactive, and shows that you have control of your population. Your next rotation plan should be easier to maintain as you already developed your first one. Look at your population and make the appropriate changes as you see fit. Remember, the rotation plan is a personnel management snap shot for the next 6 months. As of: 25 AUG 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

13 Rotation Plan Accountability Report

14 Rotation Plan Template

15 Vacancies TPU SGM Vacancy Report Updated Quarterly
Career Counselors Available to Assist Useful Tool to Assist CMDs to Fill Vacancies Total Vacant SGM Positions: 242 Your CMD will receive from SLDO a request for vacancy validation every quarter. In this validation report we are asking you to provide the “True” status of this vacant positions. i.e. Position will be deleted on FY13, position is blocked for fill for SGM X. SGM X is deployed and the estimated return date is (MMMYR),etc… As soon as your input is received, SLDO will provide this report to all USAR E9s. That way, all Soldiers and leaders can start planning future assignments along with the tenure policy. Also, some CMDs have limited visibility of the vacant positions that are outside of their CMDs. This report will ensure everyone is looking at the same data. ARCD is providing outstanding support in helping Soldiers to be assigned into these vacant positions. Once the Soldier identifies a vacant position, they can visit a career counselor to process a request for transfer.

16 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
Reports Feedback It is critical that we communicate effectively. Here are a few examples of the reporting trends that we encounter when receiving your CMD report feedback. Here is an example for excellent feedback. SFC Manzo from the 416th, is one of the best CMD POCs who provides excellent feedback when reporting Soldier’s status. (Explain) Here are examples for Lack of Information. We scrub every single feedback and at times we scratch our head trying to decipher what is been said. Please ensure we stick to the Why, How and When response requirement. Why is the Soldier in such status, How is your CMD going to rectify the status, When is it going to be resolved. Here is an example for out of policy response. In the next slide we will explain in detail the DSMT conflict between policies, but here is one example of what are we receiving. We can’t help you manage your population without your feedback. Know that all the data that you are receiving from SLDO, is the same data that you have access at your unit. SLDO has been charged with having oversight over the TPU E9 population, and as a staff office of the AR CSM, the products that we have to provide must be at the 3 start level standard. We need your help to ensure we provide a product consistent to a 3 star level CMD standards. As we briefly seeing in these few reports, it is clear that we can do a better job in providing accurate information. As of: 25 AUG 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

17 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
DSMTs Policy Guidance TPU SGM Tenure 19 MAY 11 ( Soldiers assigned to a valid position) Shaping the Force – Managing TPU Senior Grade Soldiers 27 MAR 11 / 6 MAY 10 (Soldiers who are excess) Policy Guidance on Overstrength Assignments of Soldiers Based on AR Transformation 30 JAN 09 (Soldiers whose positions were deleted/abolished/relocated) Conditions of Employment for DSMTs, NDST, Combat Related-NDST, and Technicians 24 OCT 08 The SGM tenure policy explains that for DSMTs the tenure date is the same as any other TPU SGM. Exceptions: DSMTs with limited assignment opportunities (meaning no E9 valid positions at or below their civilian employment assignment location) have a tenure date of 5 years with a possible extension to 7 years. DSMTs are granted 1 year extension from the date of this memorandum. Policy exception end date 18 May This policy applies to Soldiers that are on valid positions, not overstrength. Shaping the force memo: DSMTs have 12 months from the date of this memorandum to be reassigned to a valid position that meets COE. Policy exception end date is 5 MAY 11. This policy applies to Soldiers that are overstrength and the exception date has passed. AR Transformation Memo: DSMTs whose civilian position is relocated and who is reassigned through appropriate civilian personnel action, where the unit has no military requirement for his/her grade or duty MOS maybe reassigned overstrength for 3 out of 5 years (cumulative) from the date the unit reorganized. DSMTs whose civilian position is not affected but, whose unit has no military requirement for his/her grade or duty MOSmaybe reassigned overstrength for 3 out of 5 years (cumulative) from the date the unit reorganized. 4. DSMTs currently serving in tenured/stabilized positions or other duty positions with special requirements, must complete the required tenure; request to extend in a tenured position that does not meet COE will not be considered. At the end of tenure/stabilization, the DSMT must be reassigned to a new military duty position commensurate with MOS/branch and COE. If no such position is available, the MT will be held over strength and the commander will submit a request to extend as over strength to Commander USARC, (ARRC-FTS-OM/Ms. Suzanne Van Wagner) Under no circumstances will a DSMT be reassigned to the IRR upon completion of tenure/stabilization. The guidance from CPMO is to process a 4187/ r to: Mr. David McAlpin, 4710 Knox Street, Fort Bragg, NC As of: 25 AUG 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

18 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
Way Ahead Transparency CSM/SGM Reports with Tenure Dates Consolidated CSM Vacancies Report Continue Partnership with USARC G Staff Expand SLDO relationship with HQ DA, HRC and other agencies As of: 25 AUG 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

19 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
Questions? Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) As of: 25 AUG 11

20 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697
Contact Information Angel L. Ortiz Guzman SGM, USA Senior Leader Development Office Office of the Chief Army Reserve Human Resources Center of Excellence 1600 Spearhead Division Ave. Fort Knox, KY, Commercial: DSN: Fax: SLDO-SEM AKO Knowledge Center: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/grouppage/127631 As of: 25 AUG 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502)

21 USARC Commander’s Call Enlisted Senior Promotion Board
Army Reserve Enlisted Senior Promotion Board MSG Jonathan DeHart AR G-1 MSG Jonathan DeHart/G1/

22 Senior Promotion Board
Purpose: The Automated Senior Promotion Board process ensures that all eligible Soldiers are considered for promotion. Statistical Information: Increased consideration from 1,500 paper packets in Feb 11 to 9,000 automated records in Aug 11. Those 9,000 eligible Soldiers were derived from over 24,000 Soldiers who met TIS/TIG requirements. Resulted in a recommended status from 1,000 Soldiers in Feb 11 to 2,900 Soldiers in Aug 11 when considering the number of Soldiers boarded. This indicates a quantifiable number of Soldiers who are eligible for promotion consideration according to TIS/TIG but have not shown the potential for promotion. Way Ahead: Continued Automated Senior Promotion Boards at RSC levels Improvement of critical shortages at skill level 4 Implementation of the Qualitative Retention Board for all enlisted grades The Board of Directors is familiar with the purpose of implementing the automated senior promotion board; however, before we review the “Way Ahead” it is important to understand what the considered and select rates for the paper packet, Feb 11 board, and the automated record, Aug 11 board, statistically imply. Prior to Aug 11, only 16% of eligible Soldiers submitted promotion packets leaving over 7,500 eligible Soldiers out the promotion board process. Prior to Aug 11, select rates generally range from 60-65% for E-7 to E-9. With the increase of 7,500 more eligible Soldiers to consider, the select rate decreased to 32% which indicates a quantifiable number of Soldiers who are eligible for promotion consideration but have not shown the potential for promotion. Statistics for February 2011 (PAPER PACKETS) Considered/recommended 63rd RSC 81st RSC 88th RSC 99th RSC TOTAL 251/ / / / /1000 Statistics for August 2011 (AUTOMATED PACKETS) 1798/ / / / /2933

23 Over Strength Selections
Several questions have been posed regarding the Aug 11 select rate for overstrength MOSs. The Army Reserve has identified over strength CMFs due to the limited amount of required positions. MOS Grade Required Assigned Over Strength 11B E-7: % 11Z E-8: % 11Z E-9: % Current Shortages: E-7: 12H, 12N, 12T, 25B, 25U, 27D, 31B, 31E, 35F, 35L, 36B, 37F, 38B, 68W, 74D, 79V, 88M, 92Y E-8: 12X, 25B, 31B, 35X, 36B, 38B, 68W, 79V, 92A E-9: 25X, 35X, 38B, 68Z, 92Z As the Army Reserve considered its Required/Assigned strengths, MOS immaterial positions were used to ensure that an equal amount of requirements were distributed amongst all required MOSs to ensure that all MOSs had the opportunity to be considered for MOS immaterial positions. This did not apply to 11B E-8 and E-9 positions because the Army Reserve does not hold those requirements. Where requirements are available (11B E-7, 11Z E-8, and 11Z E-9) the overall strengths were taken into consideration resulting in a promotion objective of zero 11B and 11Z Soldiers. The Army Reserve understands that many 11B Soldiers are slated against Instructor and Drill Sergeant positions; however, those positions can be filled by any MOS qualified Soldier. Commanders at all levels are encouraged to identify Soldiers who hold only the 11B MOS and counsel those Soldiers in order to identify a more promising career path.

24 Army Leader Development Strategy
REQUIREMENT PREVIOUS PROCESS CURRENT PROCESS TIME IN GRADE (TIG) CONSIDERATION REQUIREMENTS (TPU and AGR) Consideration to: E7 – 21 months E8 – 24 months E9 – 28 months Consideration to all senior grades: Primary Zone: 48 months Secondary Zone: 36 months TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) CONSIDERATION REQUIREMENTS (TPU ONLY) Consideration to: E7 – 9 years E8 – 11 years E9 – 13 years Consideration to: E7 – 9 years E8 – 12 years E9 – 17 years TPU/AGR SERVICE OBLIGATION UPON PROMOTION 2 –year obligation after promotion effective date 3 –year obligation after promotion effective date Current Manpower and Reserve Affairs guidance requires implementation for boards held after 1 October 2011. August 2011 Senior Enlisted Promotion Board: Did not implement the new TIS/TIG requirements NCOES waivers are discontinued for the February 2012 board Under current guidance, Soldiers boarded prior to 1 October 2011, but promoted after that date incur only a 2 year TPU service obligation. Provide Copy to CSMs NCOES WAIVERS Allowed for grades: E6-E8 Discontinued for all grades except WLC waivers 8

25 Senior Promotion Board Timeline
Issues/Updates: o February 2012 Automated Board Changes. Aug 11 AAR Lessons Learned: Revision of iPERMS pull, restricted fiche, and MSG board members. o August 2012 Centralized Boards. RSCs will transition to one board per year by pay grade . Eligible Soldiers will be notified April 2012 with a July 2012 suspense. o August 2012 QRB. Implementation in conjunction with the SFC Promotion Board. This will provide the most adequate means of “Shaping the enlisted force” by identifying only the best qualified Soldiers for retention and/or promotion. o February 2013 – October 2013 Boards. RSCs centralize all grades in one location on a rotational basis. Changes since Standardized Board Process: o 6 convening authorities versus 23 o 2 boards per year o Standardized packet format o All eligible Soldiers are considered Standardized Board Process 21 Jan 09 – Seniors 7 Dec 09 - Juniors Aug 11 – First automated promotion board for AR senior enlisted TPU Feb 13 – 63d RSC SGM Prom Bd (1800) Feb 12 – Scheduled Promotion Board Aug 12 – Implement QRB SFC Prom Bd (2700) QRB (8500) May 13 – 81st RSC MSG Prom Bd (2500) Sep 13 – 88th RSC SFC Prom Bd (3200) Oct 13 – 99th RSC QRB (All Grades) FEB 12 regularly scheduled Automated SEPB as conducted in AUG 11 Changes include: iPERMS pull, Army Leader Development Strategy, MSG board members, and additional documents (DA 2-1, Composition Checklist, and Letter to President) AUG 12 All RSCs, 7th CSC, and 9th MSC convene: SFC promotion board (2700 Soldiers) QRB for all grades (8500 Soldiers) Eligible Soldiers will be notified 90 days prior to board suspense (April 2012) FEB 13 – SGM Promotion Board – 63rd RSC MAY 13 – MSG Promotion Board – 81st RSC SEP 13 – SFC Promotion Board – 88th RSC OCT 13 – QRB (All Grades) – 99th RSC CW5 Ron Mavity/G-1/

26 Qualitative Retention Board
What: Definition in accordance with AR : View all eligible Soldiers E1-E9 and determine retention of the best qualified Soldiers within each pay grade and CMF. Those Soldiers deemed substandard within each grade and CMF will be identified for removal from the Army Reserve strength. When: August 2012 in conjunction with the SFC promotion board. Soldiers are only eligible for QRB review once every two years. Where: Each Soldier’s geographical Regional Support Command Why: Provide the command a control method for the enlisted personnel inventory and to manage career progression. QRB Eligible Soldiers - Those with 20 years and a 20 year letter - Removed overstrength Soldiers Second and third order of effects Coding of Soldiers from reentry to TPU status

27 Qualitative Retention Board
Who: All enlisted Soldiers with 20 years qualifying service and a 20 year letter. Total QRB numbers are estimated at 8,500. Exemptions from QRB consideration include: Those within 9 months of age 60 Those with a bar to reenlistment or extension in effect Those under suspension of favorable personnel actions except APFT and body fat Those promoted within 1 year prior to the convene date of the QRB CSM of a two-star command Those eligible for sanctuary Those not DMOSQ for their respective grade and duty position (ETP to remove this exemption has been requested) QRB Eligible Soldiers - Those with 20 years and a 20 year letter - Removed overstrength Soldiers Second and third order of effects Coding of Soldiers from reentry to TPU status

28 Senior Promotion Board
Questions MSG Jonathan DeHart/G1/

29 USARC Commander’s Call AR Command Readiness SGM
Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3) SGM Sondra Helton AR Command Readiness SGM SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

30 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3)
A round table Senior Enlisted forum; an informal review to facilitate discussion with MSC CSMs, ESC/BDE CSMs IOT review units current posture and trends in critical readiness areas Facilitates rebalancing efforts which supports the CARs “Shaping the Force” objectives Educate and assist MSCs with Medical Readiness Issues specifically addressing the AGR/AC force Educates and assists MSCs with Medical Readiness Issues specifically addressing the AGR/AC force The R3 is a separate event that takes place prior to and in conjunction with the ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) AR CSM directed and executed program with support from the Deputy Commanding General-Operations SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

31 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3)
Readiness Areas Addressed: Top 5 Over / Under Strength Units E9 Over strength – Identified by MSC CSM E8 Over strength – Identified by MSC CSM E8-E9 Flags Marginal 1059s – By exception AGR/AC Profiles – P3/4 1SG/SGM/CSM – Clearance Issues Training – T/R 2 Units of Interest – Identified by BDE CSM Due Outs – Six (6) month follow up By Name Rosters will be provided to the MSC CSM 30 days prior to scheduled R3 SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

32 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3)
Key takeaways: Brief by Exception Due Outs Captured throughout and back briefed Capture and share best practices Six (6) month follow up visit Follow through on deliverables SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

33 R3 Schedule – Operational Commands
Dates Location 416 TEC 14-15 Sep 11 Darien, IL 377 TSC (1) 16-17 Nov 11 Belle Chasse, LA 377 TSC (2) 1-2 Mar 12 807 MDSC 9-10 Apr 12 Salt Lake City, UT 11 TAC 2-3 Aug 12 Fort Knox, KY 200 MP CMD 6-7 Sep 12 Ft Belvoir, VA 412 TEC 18-19 Oct 12 Vicksburg, MS 311 SC (T) TBD Nov 12 Fort Shafter, HI 3 MDSC TBD Dec 12 Fort Gillem, GA 335 SC (T) TBD Jan 13 East Point, GA SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

34 R3 Schedule – Functional Commands
Dates Location AR MEDCOM 8-9 Dec 11 Tampa, FL 1 MSC 19-20 Jan 12 Fort Buchanan, PR USACAPOC 23-24 Feb 12 Fort Bragg, NC USARJSTSC 12-13 Apr 12 Salt Lake City, UT 7 CSC 17-18 May 12 Schwetzingen, GE 79 SSC 7-8 Jun 12 Los Alamitos, CA MIRC 12-13 Jul 12 Fort Belvoir, VA 9 MSC TBD Nov 12 Fort Shafter, HI SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

35 R3 Schedule – Training Commands
Dates Location 108 TNG CMD (IET) 9-10 Feb 12 Charlotte, NC 75 MCTD 26-27 Apr 12 Houston, TX 80 TNG CMD (TASS) 18-19 Jul 12 Richmond, VA ARRTC (P) 6-7 Aug 12 Fort Knox, KY 84 TNG CMD (UR) 8-9 Aug 12 SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

36 R3 Schedule – Supporting Commands
Dates Location USASOC CMD SUP UNIT 12-13 Dec 11 McDill AFB, FL USAR SUP CMD 1A DIV (W) 5-6 Jan 12 Fort Hood, TX USAG FT BUCHANAN 23-24 Jan 12 Fort Buchanan, PR UAU 2 Feb 12 Fort Bragg, NC 87 USAR SUP CMD (E) 29-30 Mar 12 Birmingham, AL USAG Ft McCoy 2-3 May 12 Fort McCoy, WI USAG Ft Dix 31 May -1 Jun 12 Fort Dix, NJ USAG Ft Hunter Liggett 13-14 Jun 12 Fort Hunter Liggett, CA ARCD 28-29 Jun 12 Morrow, GA USAR SUP CMD 1A DIV (E) 17-18 Jul 12 Fort Meade, MD USAR SPT CMD (1A) 21-22 Aug 12 Rock Island, IL 85 USAR SUP CMD (W) 23-24 Aug 12 Arlington Heights, IL SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

37 R3 Schedule – Regional Support Commands
Dates Location 81 RSC 15-16 May 12 Fort Jackson, SC 88 RSC 3-4 May 12 Fort McCoy, WI 99 RSC 30-31 May 12 Fort Dix, NJ 63 RSC 11-12 Jun 12 Moffett Field, CA SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

38 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3)
QUESTIONS SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/

39 USARC Commander’s Call
ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) SGM Edwin Lopez AR G33 SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

40 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2)
Purpose – To discuss the readiness of formations within ARFORGEN Focus on formations based on Available Force Pool Dates (AFPD). Facilitates an understanding of ARFORGEN Aim Points at the CSM level (Aim Points are indentified in AR ) Emphasis throughout the forum is to address individual Soldier readiness inhibitors and engage in frank discussion on how to mitigate the issues. Identify responsibility for issues that reside within the MSC or with the USARC. Meet the readiness goals of Army Reserve formations SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

41 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2)
USARC G-33 Readiness Responsibilities: Establish communication with MSC and provide OPORD Conduct assistance visit to provide guidance on briefing format and expectation 30 days prior to AR2 Facilitate AR2 CSM session and formulate out-brief to DCG and MSC Develop and direct staff working group session to find solutions to issues Conduct six month re-visit with MSC to discuss the implementation of solutions -Assigned Readiness Analyst will provide all the necessary documentation and guidance to the MSC leadership -USARC staff support elements will engage and assist in documenting the issue and write up during the AR2 CSM session SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

42 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2)
MSC/BDE CSM Expectations: MCS CSM engages BDE CSMs to pre identify inhibitors that are not within their control prior to the AR2. Inhibitors are communicated in an open forum and enables sharing of best practices shared across the MSC C2 and the MSCs Prepare to brief unit readiness status and engage in discussion on inhibitors; areas that you can’t fix Assist in formulating COAs to issues identified in CSM working group Take corrective action on issues identified as internal inhibitors -gather information using the established data information collection tools (ITRS, RLAS, MEDPROS, etc) -MSC slide deck is approx cover and MSC roll-up slide -BDE slide deck is approx cover and 6-7 slides (roll-up slide, 1ea for RESET, TR1,2,3, and avail, summary slide to Co level units) SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

43 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2)
Topics of Discussion: Unit Rollup- unit(s), strength, non-deployable, equipment O/H, training assessment, AGRs req/assigned, SEC clearance, FRG Manning- personnel available, avail DMOSQ, SG avail, non-deployable, UNSATs, PHAs, Dental CL 4 Training- MOS not scheduled, IMT not scheduled, NCOES backlog Key Inhibitors- top ten issues that affect unit readiness Units of interest -gather information using the established data collection tools (ITRS, RLAS, MEDPROS, etc) -MSC slide deck is approx cover and MSC roll-up slide -BDE slide deck is approx cover and 6-7 slides (roll-up slide, 1ea for RESET, TR1,2,3, and avail, summary slide to Co level units) - CSM working group develops problem statement and recommendations prior to reconvening with CDR session. SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

44 AR2 Process Map Day 1 Day 2 Sr Leader Briefings + Inhibitors
AR2 Staff Action WG Sr Leader Briefings WG Breakout Session Clarification of Issue (Policy, Process, System) Fix responsibility (Enterprise, Staff, MSC) Identify OPR Task Organization USARC Staff Enterprise Reps MSC/RSC Consolidated Out Brief 1\2 Day 1\2 Day Inhibitors Staff Action Working Group SYSTEMIC ISSUES + Return to MSC for Action Inhibitors AEB AREB Recommended Solution Review Status of Previous Actions FORSCOM Validation/Approval Staff Director Enterprise Lead -break out of CSM session immediately after the AR2 leadership opening remarks -Day 1- 1/2 day of separate venues, ½ day of consolidated group discussion -Day 2- out-brief to USARC DCG-O and MCS CDR/CSM -USARC staff working groups, in collaboration with Enterprise and MSC/RSC Reps, are developed and sessions conducted; analyze/determine AR level action and/or higher echelon action -recommended solutions and COAs are validated and approved -provide status to MSC at 6 mos review ***process map affords schedule flexibility due to expanded discussion This slide depicts the AR2 process. Hosted by the RSC, the AR2 is a 3 phased event conducted over 2 days culminating in an out brief to the DCG on issues to be actioned by the MSC or the USARC AR2 Staff Action Working Group (SAWG). A review of the status of these issues will be part of the opening briefing to every subsequent AR2. Phase 1 (Day 1) of the AR2 consists of separate briefings by the MSC Commander and CSM to the USARC DCG and USARC CSM respectively. The MSC focus for these briefings is to characterize their formations in terms of force pools based on ARFORGEN, and to Identify issues in terms of policy, processes and systems which are inhibitors to the MSCs ability to generate forces through ARFORGEN. USARC G33 Readiness staff will consolidate the issues discussed during day 1 for use during the following day staff review. Phase 2 (Day 2) begins with MSC/USARC staff working group breakout session. The purpose of this session is to gain clarity on issues raised during the day 1 briefings, fix responsibility for resolving the issues, and identification of an Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) to monitor the issue through resolution. A consolidated out brief of issues is the product of phase II. Phase 3 (Day 2) is the out brief to the MSC Commanders and staff chaired by the DCG Reflecting all the issues captured as well as who has been assigned responsibility for Resolution. This final out brief will serve as the contract between the USARC and MSC on responsibility for issues to be followed up on during the subsequent AR2. Six months Later ARCP SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

45 Key Individual Inhibitors
(Left side chart) This slide depicts the format for the MSC CSM briefing to the USARC CSM Rep. during day 1 of the AR2. Each CSM will brief a slide for Reset, TR1, TR2, TR3, Available, and Package 99 (6 total) characterizing their formations in the context of ARFORGEN. All data on this slide will be a rollup for the entire MSC. Data can be found in ITRS Report 66, MEDPROS. PBUSE, FAAST, and AMSS. COMMAND ROLLUP: Upper-Left quadrant is the same data as MSC Rollup from Commander’s Slide Deck. Number of Units: # of AA units under your command that are Company Level or above. Strength: Number of Required Soldiers / Number of Assigned Soldiers (Percentage %) [ITRS 21] Non Depl – Aggregate number of Non-deployable Soldiers. (ITRS 21) Following metrics will make up non deployable this is not all inclusive. IMT: Reflects the aggregate number of Soldiers within the ARFORGEN year who have not completed Initial Entry Training. Sum of IMT scheduled and IMT not scheduled. (ITRS 21) MOSQ: Aggregate number of MOSQ Soldiers divided by the total assigned Soldiers. (ITRS 21) Family Care Plan: Number of soldiers that need a care plan, if they have one then soldier does not need one. (ITRS 35) MRC %: Based on MEDPROS overall MRC, be prepared to discuss IIIb and IV (MEDPROS) Dental Class 4%: Percentage of Soldiers that are currently coded as Dental Class 4 (MEDPROS) Security Clearance: Number of Soldiers that are required and currently need a clearance, divided by the number of Soldiers who require a clearance (ITRS 35) PHA%: Percentage of Soldiers who’s PHA is not current. (MEDPROS) AGR: Aggregate of the AGR required and assigned to units within the ARFORGEN year. (FTS data) Equip On hand: The aggregate percentage of Equipment O/H for all units within the ARFORGEN year. (PBUSE) Execution of Lateral Transfers: Data is pulled from FAAST. Losing unit reports number of open/pending lateral transfers to gaining units; number of delinquent lateral laterals based on open lateral transfers. For example, the unit has 4 open lateral transfers, 2 are delinquent, and therefore 50% delinquent on lateral transfers. The metric is 'clear' if the unit is not directed to transfer out/turn in equipment. (FAAST) Training Assessment: The Commander’s assessment of the aggregate collective training level for all units within the ARFORGEN year. The MSC commanders are allowed the latitude to use the internal training data available to determine this percentage. PME Backlog: not just on Soldiers that are eligible for PME, as defined by DA Alaract “Officer and Non Commissioned Officer Professional Military Education (PME) backlog definitions” (ITRS 35/66) Functional FRG’s: Number of units with FRG’s in place and working with unit. KEY INDIVIDUAL INHIBITORS: Input top 10 inhibitors that are preventing the MSC from reaching its Individual training, manning, and sustaining goals. These should be things that the MSC cannot affect. TRAINING: To be filled in by the MSC. CSMs are to focus their discussion on issues inhibiting the MSC in the area of Soldiers training. In each category the MSC will color code the aggregate force pool status using the criteria below: (Use ITRS 21 and 35) a. Enl Need Sched: Aggregate number of Enlisted Soldiers scheduled for MOSQ Training (a) plus Soldiers not scheduled (b) equals Total enlisted Soldiers for training (c). (example a+b=c) Next, divide the number of enlisted Soldiers not scheduled for MOSQ training (b) by the total MOSQ training requirement (c) to give the percent of enlisted Soldiers who need to be scheduled for an MOS school. (1) Green - Less than or equal to 10% (2) Amber – 11%-15% (3) Red – Greater than 15% b. IMT Not Sched: Aggregate number of Enlisted Soldiers scheduled for IMT (a) plus Soldiers not scheduled (b) equals Total enlisted Soldiers for IMT (c). (example a+b=c) Next, divide the number of enlisted Soldiers not scheduled for IMT (b) by the total IMT requirement (c) to give the percent of enlisted Soldiers who need to be scheduled for IMT. c. NCOES: Measurement of NCOs within the ARFORGEN year who are considered backlog in accordance with the newly released DA ALARACT addressed in the commander’s slides. (USE ITRS 35)   (1) Green - Less than or equal to 20% (2) Amber – 21% to 29% (3) Red – Greater than 29% MANNING: CSMs are to focus their discussion on issues inhibiting the MSC from achieving the desired end phase of ARFORGEN aim points. In each category the MSC will color code the aggregate force pool status using the criteria below: (Use ITRS 21)   a. AVAIL: Aggregate number of Available Soldiers divided by the total number of assigned Soldiers in the ARFORGEN Year. (1) Green - 85% and above (2) Amber – 75% to 84% (3) Red – Less than or equal to 74% b. AVAIL DMOSQ: Aggregate number of Available DMOSQ less the double slotted Soldiers divided by the total number of assigned Soldiers in the ARFORGEN Year. (1) Green - 85% and above (2) Amber – 75% to 84% (3) Red – Less than or equal to 74% c. SG AVAIL DMOSQ: Aggregate number of SG Available DMOSQ divided by the total SG Required for units in the ARFORGEN year. (1) Green - 85% and above (2) Amber – 75% to 84% (3) Red – Less than or equal to 74% d. UNSAT PART: Aggregate number of Soldiers with 9+ U’s divided by the total Soldiers assigned in the ARFORGEN year . (1) Green - Below 5% (2) Amber – 5% to 9% (3) Red – Above 9% e. NON DEPLOY: Measurement of unit Non Deployable Soldiers minus Soldiers coded as B1 (Awaiting IMT), B2 (Awaiting BOLC/WOBC) and Soldiers coded as R1 (CSR-SMP Cadets) divided by the total Soldiers assigned in the ARFORGEN year. (1) Green - Below 4% (2) Amber – 4% to 8% (3) Red – Above 8% f. PHA%: Percentage of Soldiers who’s PHA is not current. (MEDPROS) (1) Green – Below 10% (2) Amber – 11% to 25% (3) Red – Above 26% g. Dental Class 4%: Percentage of Soldiers that are currently coded as Dental Class 4 (MEDPROS) (1) Green - Below 5% (2) Amber – 6% to 25% (3) Red – Above 26% * Ensure that all CSM’s are able to discuss the amount of Soldiers in their formations that are MRC 3b 416 TEC Unit Rollup Key Individual Inhibitors MANNING/EQUIPPING/TRAINING/SUSTAINING Cross-leveled senior grade preventing DMOSQ High rate of expired PHAs for redeployed Soldiers, due to expiring exemptions, preventing school attendance E7 and Co Grade Officer Vacancies driving down SG DMOS Lack of 25B ALC quotas (active duty course) Manning Training SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

46 416th TEC AR2 Issue #1 Lead Action Officer: G33 POC: Problem Statement: Transition to SRPCs has led to a capability gap. Issue: Commander’s ability to accomplish mission priorities have been impeded. Background/Discussion: 1. CMD no longer has the ability to direct the work effort of the UA. 2. Support is not provided. 3. Current SRPC statement of work is inhibiting readiness. 4. Chain of Command not clearly defined Recommendation: Review SRPC implementation to validate its relevance. DCG guidance: - Provide DCG(O) with lay down of SRPC Implementation - Action Complete within 2 Months Lead: SICE-(CPMO) Support: G-1 This slide format will be the basis for discussions during Phase 2 of the AR2, G33 Readiness will consolidate the issues discussed during phase 1. A consolidation of issue slides will form the basis for the AR2 Phase 3 out brief to the MSC Commanders and the DCG. This slide format will be used to gain clarity and background on issues to be presented, gain agreement on the desired outcome as well as establishing the responsible staff for overseeing resolution. SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

47 AR2 Battle Rhythm 2011 2012 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Jul Aug 79th 416th AR2 WG Review AR2 WG MIRC AR2 WG 377th AR2 WG Review 11th AV AR2 WG ARMEDCOM AR2 WG Review 200th 1st AR2 WG Review USACAPOC AR2 WG Review 377th AR2 WG Review Step 1- Pre AR2 visit to unit Step 2- Actual AR2 Step 3- staff working groups 807th AR2 WG 3d MDSC TBD USAJSTC AR2 WG 9th 412th TBD AR2 WG AR2 WG 7th SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

48 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2)
QUESTIONS SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/

49 Combat Support Training Program
CSM Harold P. Estabrooks USAR Regulations (Draft) ,2,3,4

50 WAREX / CSTX / Global Medic Establishes the Train-Alert-Deploy Model
CSTP WAREX / CSTX / Global Medic Establishes the Train-Alert-Deploy Model Focuses training, resources and manning Enhances collective training proficiency

51 Not prepared for WTBD, TLP & MDMP Leadership not present for training
Performance Issues Basics - accountability, uniform, weapons, communications, inspections, urgency* Not prepared for WTBD, TLP & MDMP Leadership not present for training Units at 38% strength WAREX 70% CSTX 80% Lukewarm*

52 Continuity, Fidelity & Number of Planners
Planning Issues Training Management Timeline Continuity, Fidelity & Number of Planners CT Selection / Enrollment CT Academy

53 Conference methodology Shift from COIN to ULO
Future Exercises Exercise frequency Conference methodology Shift from COIN to ULO Move from COLs to TAAs / Base Clusters Organic equipment Do it yourself operations All units evaluated (TA ,SPT, TNG) Directed

54 Guarantees CS and CSS forces for the available pool
Endstate Guarantees CS and CSS forces for the available pool Gateway into the available pool Ensures Realistic, Multi-Echelon, Performance Oriented Collective Training Unvarnished evaluation Builds Soldiers, Leaders, Teams, Units

55 WAREX

56 86th TD (OPS) CSTX FY13 CSTX MODEL FY13 56

57 CEF Scheduling Strategy (2 of 2)
LEVEL RESET AP1 = P-4, S-3, R-2, T-4 T/R 1 AP2 = P-3, S-2, R-2, T-4 CTA = 60% T/R 2 AP3 = P-2, S-2, R-2, T-3 CTA = 70% T/R 3 AP4 = P-2, S-1, R-1, T-2 CTA = 80% AVAILABLE 1 (14) Functional (14) Warrior (21) CSTX (21) Reset Activities Aug Mission Functional Ex ODT Mission Other Warrior Rotation CTC Rotation CSTX Rotation Contingency Msn JCS Exercise TSC Mission CONUS Ex/Msn 2 CSTX OPFOR Warrior OPFOR Warrior Round Out CSTX Round Out OPFOR Mission 3 OTHER T/R 3 EVENTS: Silver Scimitar Diamond Saber Vibrant Response OTHER T/R 2 EVENTS: Global Medic Guardian Justice Red Dragon FUNCTIONAL EVENTS: Golden Cargo Surface Train Castle IRC Golden Mariner TRANSLOTS Essayons QLLEX Trans Mariner River Assault Rail Train Vessel Train Grecian Firebolt SPOC Train

58 QUESTIONS

59 USARC Commander’s Call
Medical Readiness SGM Rick Guymon AR Surgeon Senior Medical NCO SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/

60 IMR Reserve Components Percent of Component Total Non-Deployed Force Q3CY10 vs Q3CY11 as reported on DoD Balanced Scorecard 80% target (assumes 10% non-deployable and 10% no PHA/Dental), standard 75% per DoDI 3 December 2011

61 Medically Ready Status June 2008 to Nov 2011
Our Medical readiness and PHA % shown over a three year period reflects the same pattern. There is 20 % of our population that has unresolved medical issues and can be resolved but will take time. These are P3/P4 profiles, Pregnancies & limited duty profiles (Permanent profile non mob asset) How do we effect our overall medical readiness in a way to reach our Medically Ready Goal of 75%. We have been reactive in nature instead of proactive when it comes to medical readiness. Behind the 8-ball so to speak Our current Medical Readiness Classification 4 is both PHA 4 and Dental Readiness % in the USAR (29,000 Soldiers) As we reduce our Medical Readiness Classification 4 Soldiers, we will increase our PHA 90%, Dental Readiness up to 95% and in turn will increase our Medically Ready to over 75% SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/

62 Medical Readiness Breakdown –
This slide show the breakdown of each Medical Readiness Classification (MRC). MR 1 and % (Fully medical ready), DOD MR1 and 2 goal 75%. DOD will soon raise to 80% MR 3A’s 30 days or less to become MR 1/ 2 MR 3B’s are the Medical Readiness issues may take longer to fix. The Surgeon’s offices, along with the G-1 are working to improve these issues. Command’s can help by providing documents as requested, specifically LOD, Commander’s Performance & functional statement, medical records. Realize that MRC4 is a hard number to pin down because it captures both out dated PHA and Dental Class 4 Soldiers and you can not just add up both numbers to come up with the total number of Soldiers who are MRC 4. May of the Soldiers are in both catogories which would give you an inflated number to actual Soldier count. MR 4 16% of our formation (about 29,000 Soldiers) are the one that we can quickly impact. How do we do that? Source MEDPROS 7 Nov 2011, figures rounded, based on 182,353 Commander’s Adjusted Strength 3 December 2011

63 Medical Readiness Improvement Plan of action
All Commanders/ CSM’s/ 1SG MEDPROS read access to monitor Command status (HIPPA note required for MEDPROS) Put Medical Readiness on Leader Support/ Counseling form (OER’s/ NCOER’s) Two personnel have access down to Company/ Detachment level to: Receive notice when a Soldier has a scheduled Apt Pull MEDPROS report on PHA/ Dental exams Due 90 days out, Pull timely data to allow Ldrs to react at BTA Input of Individual vouchers for Soldier needed care Coordinate Mass Events First Line Leaders Ensure Soldiers update Personal Contact information in TAPDBR Unit provide computer for part one PHA input Ensure PHA/ Dental exam scheduling Follow up when Apt complete We need to stay more proactive and not reactive (get out from behind the eight ball). We have been reacting to when a Soldier has turned red in the system before taking action. This is happening frequently, if not frequently we are not staying on MRC in a consistent manor. Pull report from MEDPROS every month before drill and get the reports into the hands of the First Line Ldrs. Hold First Line Leader accountable by putting Medical readiness in to OER/ NCOER BLUF- In order to maintain a high level of readiness we must stay ahead of the MRC4 population monitor all Soldiers medical and dental readiness 90 days out from due date and enable/ empower NCO with the responsibilities to follow up on there Soldiers progress. The units are authorized to use in office services and pay there Soldiers using AMA 4hour block to attend 1 PHA, 1 Dental exam and up to 2 for follow on care OPORD and FRAGO 1 . SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/

64 Go to www.mods.army.mil There are may tools you may already be using
Commanders should also have a access to e-profile to monitor P3/4 profiles. E-profiles does require a HIPPA Certificate. Click MEDPROS “Data in MEDPROS does not require a HIPPA certificate” but does require command required emphasis to gain access.

65 Click to obtain MEDPROS Access Follow direction Takes only a few
hours for Ldr access. MEDPROS uses your CAC as entry in to the system. You can click on either login or Obtain MEDPROS Account to start an account. It takes only a few minutes to ask for Read only access and you navigate through only 4 slide. Needed information Supervisor (use unit commander our Higher Unit Commander Your Contact information Access Reason Monitor Units Medical readiness MEDPROS User roles Once in the System you can pull by name list and status from MEDPROS (Yes there are other reports you can pull from ITRRS but some data is lost through the filters).

66 MEDPROS Drill Down Medical Readiness- reports has set reports for PHA, individual and unit reports and USR status Immunizations- set reports on flu and other immunizations DHA- pre/ post deployment reports MRC Alerts- set what % you want to be alerted on unit MRC Executive reports- Drill down report for MC Unit reports by UIC MRC UMR drill down (next slide)

67 MEDPROS Unit status This show your unit status over all on all MRC catogories , 1/ 2 3A, 3B and 4. Click on UIC for by name roster

68 MEDPROS by name roster

69 Any Question or Comments. MEDPROS Access Book on Surgeon
Webpage https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/519750 Contact Information: SGM Rick Guymon Phone: SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/

70 USARC Commander’s Call
Closing Remarks CSM Open Discussion CSM Michael D. Schultz AR CSM CSM Michael D. Schultz

71 USARC G-37 Efforts END STATE Shaping Effort #1 MAIN EFFORT OASS
Reshaping Doctrine PROPONENTS AND REGIMENTALS 80th TASS LNOs at TRADOC Installations MAIN EFFORT END STATE Implementation of OASS across all compos and create an atmosphere of learning OASS USARC AND NGB DA G37 AND TRADOC O&F Cmds I MAIN EFFORT (Train the Operational Army Reserve) A. Army Reserve Training Strategy (ARTS) - The Army Reserve Training Strategy is described in terms of ends, ways, and means. The End state identified by the CAR is to provide trained and ready sustainment (CS/CSS) platoons, companies, and battle staffs to the Mobilization Training Centers (MTC)s. ARTS reflects a 1:4, five year ARFORGEN cycle and identifies training focus areas and gated training events for each year. ARTS Progressively increases individual (e.g. DMOSQ) and collective training levels progressively. It Incorporates requirements to train for both full spectrum operations with Core METL focus and Directed METL focus when units are notified of sourcing to an operational requirement. We can go to any level of detailed discussion you desire. A key takeaway, however, is that this reflects our strategy for becoming an operational force - with significant resource implications. And we are executing this strategy - within existing base and supplemental dollars - today, but there remain significant requirement gaps. While DA has recognized the training days at the bottom and we have been able to resource thus far with supplemental dollars. The additional days and supporting OPTEMPO have not been resourced in our base or the POM. II Shaping Effort #1 (Reshaping the Generating Force) A. Why a TC(UR) – 1. No single entity exists within USAR responsible for training USAR formations with tough, demanding collective training. 2. Bring formal collective training unity of effort and capability to implement ARFORGEN 3. Operational Force Demand a. Provide trained platoons, companies, and battle staffs to the MTC b. Fill T/R 2 and T/R 3 ARFORGEN training gaps c. Perform Army Post Mobilization validation requirements for Medical, CA & PSYOPS Forces d. Provide training support to FSO and DMETL training objectives 4. Opportunities to reshape existing Generating Force to establish the TC(UR) III Shaping Effort #2 Training Support System (TSS) Process. Develop AR Capability to fully Engage the TSS Enterprise. Develop Internal Processes & Systems that Provide Training Support Systems that meet Persistent Conflict requirements Incorporate AR Equities Into TT & II PEG. Determine way ahead for establishing a comprehensive Army Reserve strategy and process for Training Support System (TSS) that integrates and synchronizes TT PEG and II PEG resourcing and programming, as they relate to: Installations Local Training Areas Battle Command Training Centers Reserve Training Centers Ensure that a cohesive and efficient effort is made to make available the required Training Support for commanders to produce trained and ready platoons, companies, and battle staffs Training Support System Review (TSSR) – The identification of CoE issues that relate to Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) sustainment (WCLS) in a strategic and operational context in which the impact relates to executing system or non-system training. Mission Essential Requirements (MER) – The accounting for and documentation of selected Training Enablers by Installation (or designated mission / location) for the Soldier Training, Sustainable Range, and Battle Command Training Support Programs that compares the minimum number of Training Enablers against on-hand inventories to determine program shortfalls. Data is used to support prioritization and POM processes. Concurrent with the TSSR, Review, Refine, and Reset current MERs to… Incorporate Proponent recommendations and decisions to eliminate any legacy, limited use, and obsolescing enablers Include enablers for emerging systems of record (e.g. REF and JIEDDO) Ensure TSS Programs consider all aspects of the ACP and modular unit structure, full spectrum training requirements, new equipment fielding, ARFORGEN implementation, GDPR, GTA, and BRAC Account for all major Training Enablers supported in current POM Verify / revise metrics used to determine Installation R / A / G ratings Establish metrics for emerging systems of records Validate and / or determine programmatic accountability for both existing or emerging systems Identify mission critical training gaps and assess impacts on training readiness REF - Rapid Equipping Force ARFORGEN - Army Force Generation GDPR – Global Defense Posture Realignment BRAC – Base Realignment and Closure ACP - Army Campaign Plan TSS -Training Support Systems JIEDDO - Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Office R/A/G – Red/Amber/Green GTA – Grow the Army POM – Program Objective Memorandum Shaping Effort #2 IO Campaign and Socialization SERGEANTS MAJOR COMMUNITY RCTID SPMA SGM Mitch Prater G37 71

72 DUE OUTS 3 December 2011 CSM Michael D. Schultz 703-695-7547
ALL: Provide CSM Schultz with feedback/back-brief regarding future CSM Breakout sessions during UCC/SLCs. Possible COAs: A. move to either the front end or the back end B. create a complete separate iteration ALL: Provide CSM Schultz with feedback regarding any issues with ACT (i.e. problems with connectivity, logging on, staying logged on, accessing, etc) so he can address those issues with INCOPD quarterly SGM Ortiz-Guzman (SLDO): Look into the current CSM Tenure report to add an “as of date” and the possibility of putting the report into a folder on the website for all to have visibility ALL: Send SGM Ortiz-Guzman your responses/updates to the Flagged CSM report MSG Dehart (AR G-1 Enlisted Promotions): Send to the CSMs with a breakdown of shortages by RSCs SGM Helton (AR Readiness SGM): Send out to the field the “Lessons Learned” from all previous units R3 visits SGM Lopez (AR G-3/3 SGM): Send out to the field the “Best Practices” learned from all previous units AR2 visits 3 December 2011 CSM Michael D. Schultz


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