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1 3 December 2011 Command Sergeant Major Board of Directors Break-Out Session CSM Michael D. Schultz AR CSM USARC Commander’s Call 1 CSM Michael D. Schultz 703-695-7547

2 USARC Commander’s Call 2 – 4 DEC 11 WHENWHOWHATWHERELEADUNIFORM 1 DEC 11 TBD CSMTravel – CSM Schultz and SGM IrelandTBDSGM IrelandACU 2 DEC 11 All Day GO/CSMsCommander’s CallAuditoriumLTC SharpeACU 3 DEC 11 0730 - 1200 GO/CSMsCommander’s CallAuditoriumLTC SharpeACU 1045 - 1100CSM BoDBreak/Pick-Up Lunch (working Lunch)Room 5578SGM IsaacACU 1100 - 1130CSM BoDE9s Flagged/Overstrength E-9sRoom 5578CSM SchultzACU 1130 - 1200CSM BoDE9 ManagementRoom 5578SGM Ortiz-GuzmanACU 1200 - 1230CSM BoDSenior Promotion BoardRoom 5578MSG DehartACU 1230-1245CSM BoDBreakRoom 5578SGM IsaacACU 1245 - 1315CSM BoDAR2/R3 UpdateRoom 5578SGM Helton/SGM LopezACU 1315 - 1345CSM BoDCSTXRoom 5578CSM EstabrooksACU 1345 - 1415CSM BoDMedical ReadinessRoom 5578SGM Gills / SGM GuymonACU 1415 - 1430CSM BoDBreakRoom 5578SGM IsaacACU 1430 - 1600CSM BoDClosing Remarks / CSM Open DiscussionRoom 5578CSM SchultzACU 1700 - 1900CSM BoDCSM’s HuddleIron Mike’sSGM IsaacACU 4 DEC 11 0800 - 1200 ALLCommander’s CallFt BraggLTC SharpeACU 2

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

4 CSM Michael D. Schultz 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 FY11 USAR CSM Priorities

5 CSM Michael D. Schultz 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 FY12 USAR CSM Priorities

6 CSM Michael D. Schultz 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) USAR Medical Readiness Source: MEDPROS −Cdr’s Adjusted Strength: 182K (24K in training pipeline) −End strength: 206K As of 29 September 2011As of 25 October 2010 −Cdr’s Adjusted Strength: 187K (19K in training pipeline) −End strength: 206K

7 CSM Michael D. Schultz ACT Total Unique Military Users (11/10/2011) 7

8 CSM Michael D. Schultz 8 SSD Level 1 (1 st Quarter FY 11)SSD Level 1 FY11 (Jan-May) Total Enrolled70938 Total Enrolled85508 Activity by Soldier26876 Activity by Soldier15022 Total Graduated3498 Total Graduated1852 Percent Graduated4.9% Percent Graduated2.1% Non Completed43 Non Completed18 Number Cancelled8 23 Total# Soldiers Total# Soldiers EnrolledLogged in EnrolledLogged in EnlistedActive5382522770 EnlistedActive5302311732 Reserve47261536 Reserve95011157 NG120682427 NG228712122 OfficersActive9737 OfficersActive279 Reserve2711 Reserve102 NG93 41 WarrantActive133 WarrantActive64 Reserve52 10 NG42 00 SSD Level 3 FY11 SSD Level 4 FY11 Total Enrolled18204 Total Enrolled12221 Activity by Soldier9364 Activity by Soldier5656 Total Graduated1247 Total Graduated1090 Percent Graduated6.9% Percent Graduated8.9% As of 28 October 2011

9 3 December 2011 E9s Flagged / Over-strength CSM Michael D. Schultz AR CSM USARC Commander’s Call 9 CSM Michael D. Schultz 703-695-7547

10 Army Reserve Troop Program Unit Senior Enlisted Management SGM Angel L. Ortiz Guzman OCAR Senior Leader Development Office 10As of: 2 NOV 11 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697

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

12 Rotation Plans TPU SGM Tenure Policy Rotation Plans Due Date: o 15 January and 15 July Format Remarks 12 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697 As of: 25 AUG 11

13 13 Rotation Plan Accountability Report

14 14 Rotation Plan Template

15 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

16 16 Reports Feedback Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697 As of: 25 AUG 11

17 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 17 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697 As of: 25 AUG 11

18 Way Ahead 18 Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697 As of: 25 AUG 11 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

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

20 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, 40121 Commercial: 502-613-4697 DSN: 312-983-4697 Fax: 502-613-4696 Email: SLDO_SEMO@usar.army.mil SLDO-SEM AKO Knowledge Center: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/grouppage/127631 20 Contact Information Angel L. Ortiz Guzman/SLDO SGM/(502) 613-4697 As of: 25 AUG 11

21 3 December 2011 Army Reserve Enlisted Senior Promotion Board MSG Jonathan DeHart AR G-1 USARC Commander’s Call 21 MSG Jonathan DeHart/G1/910-570-9516

22 MSG Jonathan DeHart / G-1 / 910-570-9516 3 Dec 2011 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

23 MSG Jonathan DeHart / G-1 / 910-570-9516 3 Dec 2011 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: 156 618 396% 11Z E-8: 44 326 740% 11Z E-9: 5 26 520%  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

24 MSG Jonathan DeHart / G-1 / 910-570-9516 3 Dec 2011 8 Discontinued for all grades except WLC waivers Allowed for grades: E6-E8 Consideration to: E7 – 9 years E8 – 11 years E9 – 13 years Consideration to: E7 – 9 years E8 – 12 years E9 – 17 years NCOES WAIVERS Consideration to: E7 – 21 months E8 – 24 months E9 – 28 months TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) CONSIDERATION REQUIREMENTS (TPU ONLY) TIME IN GRADE (TIG) CONSIDERATION REQUIREMENTS (TPU and AGR) 3 –year obligation after promotion effective date TPU/AGR SERVICE OBLIGATION UPON PROMOTION PREVIOUS PROCESS REQUIREMENT Army Leader Development Strategy 2 –year obligation after promotion effective date Consideration to all senior grades: Primary Zone: 48 months Secondary Zone: 36 months CURRENT PROCESS

25 MSG Jonathan DeHart / G-1 / 910-570-9516 3 Dec 2011 25 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 Senior Promotion Board Timeline 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)

26 MSG Jonathan DeHart / G-1 / 910-570-9516 3 Dec 2011 Qualitative Retention Board  What: Definition in accordance with AR 135-205: 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. 26

27 MSG Jonathan DeHart / G-1 / 910-570-9516 3 Dec 2011 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) 27

28 3 December 2011 28 Senior Promotion Board Questions MSG Jonathan DeHart/G1/910-570-9516

29 3 December 2011 USARC Commander’s Call 29 SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3) SGM Sondra Helton AR Command Readiness SGM

30 3 December 2011 30 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 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3) SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

31 3 December 2011 31 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 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3) SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

32 3 December 2011 32 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 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3) SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

33 3 December 2011 R3 Schedule – Operational Commands 33 CommandDatesLocation 416 TEC14-15 Sep 11Darien, IL 377 TSC (1)16-17 Nov 11Belle Chasse, LA 377 TSC (2)1-2 Mar 12Belle Chasse, LA 807 MDSC9-10 Apr 12Salt Lake City, UT 11 TAC2-3 Aug 12Fort Knox, KY 200 MP CMD6-7 Sep 12Ft Belvoir, VA 412 TEC18-19 Oct 12Vicksburg, MS 311 SC (T)TBD Nov 12Fort Shafter, HI 3 MDSCTBD Dec 12Fort Gillem, GA 335 SC (T)TBD Jan 13East Point, GA SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

34 3 December 2011 R3 Schedule – Functional Commands 34 CommandDatesLocation AR MEDCOM8-9 Dec 11Tampa, FL 1 MSC19-20 Jan 12Fort Buchanan, PR USACAPOC23-24 Feb 12Fort Bragg, NC USARJSTSC12-13 Apr 12Salt Lake City, UT 7 CSC17-18 May 12Schwetzingen, GE 79 SSC7-8 Jun 12Los Alamitos, CA MIRC12-13 Jul 12Fort Belvoir, VA 9 MSCTBD Nov 12Fort Shafter, HI SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

35 3 December 2011 35 R3 Schedule – Training Commands CommandDatesLocation 108 TNG CMD (IET)9-10 Feb 12Charlotte, NC 75 MCTD26-27 Apr 12Houston, TX 80 TNG CMD (TASS)18-19 Jul 12Richmond, VA ARRTC (P)6-7 Aug 12Fort Knox, KY 84 TNG CMD (UR)8-9 Aug 12Fort Knox, KY SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

36 3 December 2011 36 CommandDatesLocation USASOC CMD SUP UNIT12-13 Dec 11McDill AFB, FL USAR SUP CMD 1A DIV (W)5-6 Jan 12Fort Hood, TX USAG FT BUCHANAN23-24 Jan 12Fort Buchanan, PR UAU2 Feb 12Fort Bragg, NC 87 USAR SUP CMD (E)29-30 Mar 12Birmingham, AL USAG Ft McCoy2-3 May 12Fort McCoy, WI USAG Ft Dix31 May -1 Jun 12Fort Dix, NJ USAG Ft Hunter Liggett13-14 Jun 12Fort Hunter Liggett, CA ARCD28-29 Jun 12Morrow, GA USAR SUP CMD 1A DIV (E)17-18 Jul 12Fort Meade, MD USAR SPT CMD (1A)21-22 Aug 12Rock Island, IL 85 USAR SUP CMD (W)23-24 Aug 12Arlington Heights, IL R3 Schedule – Supporting Commands SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

37 3 December 2011 R3 Schedule – Regional Support Commands 37 CommandDatesLocation 81 RSC15-16 May 12Fort Jackson, SC 88 RSC3-4 May 12Fort McCoy, WI 99 RSC30-31 May 12Fort Dix, NJ 63 RSC11-12 Jun 12Moffett Field, CA SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806

38 3 December 2011 QUESTIONS SGM Sondra Helton/CMD GRP/910-570-8806 Readiness-Rebalance Review (R3) 38

39 3 December 2011 USARC Commander’s Call 39 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) SGM Edwin Lopez AR G33 SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

40 3 December 2011 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) 40 Purpose – To discuss the readiness of formations within ARFORGEN  Purpose – To discuss the readiness of formations within ARFORGEN Focus on formations based on Available Force Pool Dates (AFPD). 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 525-29) Facilitates an understanding of ARFORGEN Aim Points at the CSM level (Aim Points are indentified in AR 525-29) Emphasis throughout the forum is to address individual Soldier readiness inhibitors and engage in frank discussion on how to mitigate the issues. 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. Identify responsibility for issues that reside within the MSC or with the USARC. Meet the readiness goals of Army Reserve formations Meet the readiness goals of Army Reserve formations SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

41 3 December 2011 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) 41 USARC G-33 Readiness Responsibilities:  USARC G-33 Readiness Responsibilities: Establish communication with MSC and provide OPORD Establish communication with MSC and provide OPORD Conduct assistance visit to provide guidance on briefing format and expectation 30 days prior to AR2 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 Facilitate AR2 CSM session and formulate out-brief to DCG and MSC Develop and direct staff working group session to find solutions to issues 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 Conduct six month re-visit with MSC to discuss the implementation of solutions SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

42 3 December 2011 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) 42  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 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 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 Assist in formulating COAs to issues identified in CSM working group Take corrective action on issues identified as internal inhibitors Take corrective action on issues identified as internal inhibitors SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

43 3 December 2011 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) 43 Topics of Discussion:  Topics of Discussion: Unit Rollup- unit(s), strength, non-deployable, equipment O/H, training assessment, AGRs req/assigned, SEC clearance, FRG 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 Manning- personnel available, avail DMOSQ, SG avail, non- deployable, UNSATs, PHAs, Dental CL 4 Training- MOS not scheduled, IMT not scheduled, NCOES backlog Training- MOS not scheduled, IMT not scheduled, NCOES backlog Key Inhibitors- top ten issues that affect unit readiness Key Inhibitors- top ten issues that affect unit readiness Units of interest Units of interest SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

44 3 December 2011 AR2 Process Map 44 Inhibitors Sr Leader Briefings Inhibitors + Consolidated Out Brief Return to MSC for Action Staff Action Working Group AR2 Staff Action WG WG Breakout Session Clarification of Issue (Policy, Process, System) Fix responsibility (Enterprise, Staff, MSC) Identify OPR Recommended Solution Validation/Approval Staff Director Enterprise Lead FORSCOM AEB ARCP AREB SYSTEMIC ISSUES Review Status of Previous Actions Task Organization USARC Staff Enterprise Reps MSC/RSC Day 1 Day 2 Six months Later 1\2 Day 1\2 Day SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

45 3 December 2011 Unit Rollup Manning Training Key Individual Inhibitors  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  Cross-leveled senior grade preventing DMOSQ  Lack of 25B ALC quotas (active duty course)  MANNING/EQUIPPING/TRAINING/SUSTAINING 416 TEC SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

46 3 December 2011 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 46 416 th TEC AR2 Issue #1 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 Lead Action Officer: G33 POC: SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

47 3 December 2011 47 AR2 Battle Rhythm SepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSep 20112012 416th3d MDSC412th200th11 th AVMIRC79thUSAJSTC807th9th1stARMEDCOM377th Review AR2 WG 7th 377th AR2 WG Review USACAPOC TBD SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167

48 3 December 2011 QUESTIONS SGM Edwin Lopez/G33/910-570-9167 ARFORGEN Readiness Review (AR2) 48

49 49 UNCLASSIFIED Combat Support Training Program CSM Harold P. Estabrooks USAR Regulations (Draft) 350-50-1,2,3,4

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

51 51 UNCLASSIFIED 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 52 UNCLASSIFIED Planning Issues Training Management Timeline Continuity, Fidelity & Number of Planners CT Selection / Enrollment CT Academy

53 53 UNCLASSIFIED 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 54 UNCLASSIFIED EndstateEndstate 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 55 UNCLASSIFIED 84th Training Command “Building Readiness at the Best Value” FOUO 09 AUG 11 FOUO 84 th Training Command WAREX 86-12-01

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

57 57 UNCLASSIFIED CEF Scheduling Strategy (2 of 2) CEF 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)(14) 1.Reset Activities 2.Aug Mission 3.Functional Ex 4.ODT Mission 1.Functional Ex 2.ODT Mission 3.Aug Mission 4.Other 1.Warrior Rotation 2.CTC Rotation 3.ODT Mission 4.Other 1.CSTX Rotation 2.CTC Rotation 3.ODT Mission 1.Contingency Msn 2.JCS Exercise 3.TSC Mission 4.CONUS Ex/Msn 5.ODT Mission 2 (14)Functional (14) Warrior (21)(14) 1.Reset Activities 2.Aug Mission 3.CSTX OPFOR 4.Warrior OPFOR 5.Functional Ex 6.ODT Mission 1.Functional Ex 2.ODT Mission 3.Aug Mission 4.Other 1.Warrior Round Out 2.Functional Ex 3.ODT Mission 4.Other 1.CSTX Round Out 2.CTC Rotation 3.Warrior Rotation 4.ODT Mission 1.Contingency Msn 2.JCS Exercise 3.TSC Mission 4.CONUS Ex/Msn 5.ODT Mission 6.OPFOR Mission 3 (14)Functional (14) (14) 1.Reset Activities 2.Aug Mission 3.CSTX OPFOR 4.Warrior OPFOR 5.Functional Ex 6.ODT Mission 1.Functional Ex 2.ODT Mission 3.Aug Mission 4.Other 1.Warrior Round Out 2.Functional Ex 3.ODT Mission 4.Other 1.CTC Rotation 2.CSTX Round Out 3.Warrior Round Out 4.Functional Ex 5.ODT Mission 6.CONUS Ex/Msn 1.Contingency Msn 2.JCS Exercise 3.TSC Mission 4.CONUS Ex/Msn 5.ODT Mission 6.OPFOR Mission 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 CargoSurface Train Castle IRCGolden MarinerTRANSLOTS EssayonsQLLEXTrans Mariner River AssaultRail TrainVessel Train Grecian FireboltSPOC Train

58 58 UNCLASSIFIED QUESTIONSQUESTIONS

59 3 December 2011 USARC Commander’s Call 59 Medical Readiness SGM Rick Guymon AR Surgeon Senior Medical NCO SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/910-570-8116

60 SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon / 910 570-8116 IMR Reserve Components Percent of Component Total Non-Deployed Force Q3CY10 vs Q3CY11 as reported on DoD Balanced Scorecard 60 3 December 2011

61 Medically Ready Status June 2008 to Nov 2011 61 SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/910-570-8116

62 SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon / 910 570-8116 Medical Readiness Breakdown – 62 Source MEDPROS 7 Nov 2011, figures rounded, based on 182,353 Commander’s Adjusted Strength 3 December 2011

63 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 63 Medical Readiness Improvement Plan of action SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/910-570-8116

64 3 December 2011

65 Click to obtain MEDPROS Access Follow direction Takes only a few hours for Ldr access.

66 3 December 2011 MEDPROS Drill Down 66

67 3 December 2011 MEDPROS Unit status 67

68 3 December 2011 MEDPROS by name roster 68

69 3 December 2011  Any Question or Comments.  MEDPROS Access Book on Surgeon Webpage https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/519750https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/519750 Contact Information: SGM Rick Guymon rick.guymon@usar.army.mil Phone: 910-570-8116 69 SGM Rick Guymon/Surgeon/910-570-8116

70 3 December 2011 Closing Remarks CSM Open Discussion CSM Michael D. Schultz AR CSM USARC Commander’s Call 70 CSM Michael D. Schultz 703-695-7547

71 Shaping Effort #1 Shaping Effort #2 MAIN EFFORT IO Campaign and Socialization Implementation of OASS across all compos and create an atmosphere of learning OASS O&FCmds SPMA SERGEANTS MAJOR COMMUNITY Reshaping Doctrine PROPONENTS AND REGIMENTALS 80 th TASS RCTID LNOs at TRADOC Installations USARC G-37 Efforts USARC AND ANDNGB DA G37 ANDTRADOC END STATE SGM Mitch Prater G37 71

72 DUE OUTS 72 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 email 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


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