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1 Accessions Process RFD Eastern Rgn BRIGADES HRC - St Louis CADET COMMAND Show Cause PanelOML Model -Develops National OMLHRC- Assigns Active Duty and Reserve Duty based on DA requirementsADThis slide displays the entire accession process Schools enter the data in CCIMS for accession packets, that the Brigade Headquarters and Cadet Command will review.Cadet Command uses the Order of Merit List (OML) Model to rank all cadets eligible for accession during the upcoming FY. The OML Model’s National Order of Merit List ranks each cadet, from #1 through #N.Upon establishing the National OML, HRC-Alexandria branches active duty eligible cadets using the Department of the Army Branching Model (DABM) (see slides # 47 – 48). Active duty and Reserve duty is determined based on DA requirements and cadet preference. For several years only GRFD cadets received reserve forces duty. Last year everyone who desired reserve forces duty received RD, which will be the same for this year, and based on the numbers required for the active component some individuals who desire active duty may receive reserve forces duty.HRC-Alexandria reviews and approves results of Cadet Command branching. Once approved, results are provided to schools for counseling of cadets.DA provides OBC class seats to each commissioning source (ROTC, USMA, OCS) during an annual BOBCC in February.HQ Cadet Command assigns OBC dates as HRC-Alexandria determines initial duty assignment, both based on cadet desires and availability.BOBCCWestern RgnBRIGADESCadet Accession PacketsHRC - Alexandria
2 RESULTS IN A NATIONAL OML DEVELOPED BY ROTC OML MODEL OML DevelopmentRESULTS IN A NATIONAL OMLDEVELOPED BY ROTC OML MODEL# 1 CadetTop 10%DeterminesDMGsThe top 10% of the National OML (i.e., DMGs) includes individuals who will be going Active Duty, Reserve Forces Duty, Army Nurse and Educational Delay. Active Duty eligible Cadets are extracted from the National OML and a separate Active Duty OML is made to determine branches during the DA Selection and Branching Board.# 3000 Cadet*Top 10% of National OML guarantees First Active Duty Branch Preference.
3 OML Model Process Changes for FY 06 (Cont’d) Modify Model Metrics: -- Warrior Forge Platoon Top Five : Points have been added toaccount for the top five cadets in each platoon at WF -- Warrior Forge Platoon Tactical Officer Potential Evaluation: Include quantified E / S / N potential rating received at WF -- PMS Accessions OML Ranking: Include the PMS's OMLranking for the accessions cohort developed on campus after WF -- Quantified PMS Accessions Comments: Include drop-downmenu for PMS Accessions Comments ("potential" evaluation foraccessions cohort after WF) in CCIMS and quantifycomments in the OML Model -- Stop Warrior Forge CWST failure from being an automaticoverall "N“ rating on the Warrior Forge CER: The WF CERwill no longer reflect an overall "N" rating if an individual failsCWSTMetrics added to the OML Model based on OML Panel and PAT recommendations. FY 06 OML Model displayed in slide #31.
4 “Drop-down” menu for PMS Accessions Comments in Branching Module of CCIMS Outstanding potential – ready to commission nowExcellent potential – above center of mass performanceSatisfactory potential – center of mass performanceBelow average potential – below center of massperformanceNeeds Improvement – must improve in specific areasbefore commissioningA drop-down menu is added for PMS Accessions Comments in the Branching Module of CCIMS (in same location as PMS Accessions Ranking (i.e., OML Cadet Comments / PMS Comments)) in support of quantified PMS Accessions Comments used by OML Model. Displayed in this slide are the drop-down menu options. (See next slide for details.)Upgrade approved by Brigade CommanderEach block assessed a point value in descending order for OML Model
5 “Whole Person” Evaluation Well Rounded (Scholar/Athlete/Leader)AcademicLDAC PerformancePMS EvaluationAthleticsAPFTA cadet’s ranking on the Order of Merit List is based on a “Whole Person” evaluation.The FY 06 ROTC OML Model on the following slide will assist in the evaluation process.Cadet TrainingSwimmingExtracurricular Activities
6 FY 06 ROTC OML Model Academic Program (40%) (40.00%) Cumulative GPA of all academic subjects (includesROTC GPA) (Spring Semester, most current)Warrior Forge Platoon Top Five = 1 pointadded to final OMSRECONDO = 0.5 points added to final OMSLeader Program (60%)Military (45%)Physical (15%)(6.75%) 15% WF Performance(quantify E/S/N)- Leadership positions- Leadership attributes/skills/actions(11.25%) 25% WF PLT TAC Evaluation(6.75%) 15% PMS MSIII CER OML(4.50%) 10% PMS Accessions OML(4.50%) 10% PMS Accessions Cmnts-Quantified(6.75%) 15% Cadet Trng / Extracurricular Activities(4.50%) 10% WF Land Navigation (1st score) 85% APFT(1.2750%) - 10%, Campus(fall semester, most current)(1.9125%) - 15%, Campus(spring semester, most current)(9.5625%) - 75%, WF (1st score)5% Swimming(0.3750%) - 50%, Campus Cadet CmdSwim Test(0.3750%) - 50%, WF CWST(1.5000%) 10% Varsity, Intramural,Community TeamAthleticsFY 06 ROTC OML Model approved by the ASA (M&RA).Red highlights denote OML Model modifications for FY 06 as a result of recommendations by the FY 05 OML Validation Panel and PAT.An Order of Merit Score (OMS) is computed based on performance in three categories: academic (both general studies and Military Science), military, and physical. There are weighted sub-categories to each of these areas. Every cadet understands the variables and can adjust individual effort based on known strengths and weaknesses. Cadet awareness is greatly enhanced and the process is dramatically streamlined. The OMS for each cadet is used to develop the ROTC National OML. Schools and LDAC will input all data that supports the OML process into the Cadet Command Information Management System (CCIMS). In addition to calculating the OMS and ranking cadets on the National OML, the OML process will query the data for potential “Show Cause” files. Therefore, it is important that Professors of Military Science and LDAC tactical officers provide precise comments that support letter (E, S, N) ratings.Show Cause criteria and the Show Cause Board methodology are discussed in slides # 34 and 35 respectively.*Green numbers are percents of sub-category scores appliedto the OMS (out of 100 points)*Red highlights denote model modifications for FY 06
7 Cadet Training / Extracurricular Activities / Athletics Airborne – 5 ptsAir Assault – 5 ptsSFASC – 5 ptsCombat Survival Tng – 5 ptsMtn Warfare – 5 ptsNorthern Warfare – 5 ptsUK Officer Tng Corps – 5 ptsAIAD – 5 ptsCadet Intern Program – 5 ptsCTLT – 5 ptsNurse Tng Program – 5 ptsCombat Divers Crse – 5 ptsNational Grnd Intel – 5 ptsCenter Intern(5 pts each: Total pointsbased on available trainingopportunities.)Extracurricular ActivitiesColor Guard – 12 ptsDrill Team – 12 ptsRanger Challenge – 12 ptsROTC Recruiter – 12 ptsUSAR / NG / SMP – 15 ptsCommunity Service – 15 ptsStudent Government – 12 ptsBand Member – 12 ptsDebate Team – 12 ptsElected Official of Organization – 27 ptsLeader (President/Captain) – 30 ptsResident Advisor – 30 ptsPeer Educator or Tutor – 12 ptsFull-time Job – 30 ptsPart-time Job – 15 ptsTOTAL = 258 pointsAthleticsVarsity – 27 ptsIntramural – 12 ptsCommunity – 12 ptsTOTAL = 51 pointsActivities included under Cadet Training / Extracurricular Activities / Athletics categories of the OML Model. Assign points based on level of difficulty or responsibility.The Cadet Training list is not all inclusive. The list depends on what training opportunities are available to cadets as determined by DOLD and displayed in the Training Module in CCIMS. Reference CC Reg 145-3, Chapter 3.Prior service cadets earn Cadet Training points for service schools they successfully completed while enlisted only if the training is also available to ROTC cadets. For example, since Airborne School is available to ROTC cadets, prior service cadets would receive Cadet Training points for completing Airborne School while enlisted. However, Ranger School is not available to ROTC Cadets. Therefore, a prior service cadet would not receive Cadet Training points for completing Ranger School while enlisted.Cadets earn max points once for each extracurricular and athletic activity that they have (or are) participated in. Points decrease for subsequent participation in the same activity. For example, cadets earn 5 points for first year participation in Ranger Challenge, 4 points for second year, 3 points for third year (total possible points = 12). The intent is to persuade cadets to participate in multiple activities to develop the “Whole Person.” Even though points decrease for subsequent year participation in athletics and some of the extracurricular activities, there are specific activities and positions within these activities that a cadet could hold where points would not decrease. For example, a cadet could earn additional points that do not decrease for each year a cadet is a captain of an activity. Specifically, the following activities do not decrease in points for subsequent participation: 5 points for USAR / NG / SMP (total possible points = 15), 5 points for Community Service (total possible points = 15), 10 points for Leader (President / Captain) (total possible points = 30), 10 points for Resident Advisor (total possible points = 30), 10 points for Full-time Job (total possible points = 30), 5 points for Part-time Job (total possible points = 15).
8 FY 06 ROTC OML Model (Cont’d) Suppose a cadet earns the maximum score of a 100 points in each sub-category. The cadet’s distribution of the resulting OMS score out of a 100 points (not including WF Plt Top Five or RECONDO) is displayed below:AcademicMilitaryPhysicalThis chart shows that the Leader Program (Military and Physical) has the most weight toward the overall OMS.By using the sub-categories as a counseling and developmental tool, cadets will be able to set performance goals to improve their OMS. As a result, not only will they have the opportunity to move up higher on the National OML and increase their chances of receiving their first or second branch choice, they are developing themselves as “Whole Person” officers in the process.
9 Active Component Branching Reserve Component Branching DA Branching ProcessArmy Nurse(Includes DMGs)NationalOMLActive Component BranchingEdu. Delay(Includes DMGs)20/80 DABM1DMGs in Top 20% receive 1st choiceNon-DMGs in Top 20% receive 1st choice if available20The active duty eligible population is determined by removing the following individuals from the National OML:- Army Nurses (and individuals selected by Medical Service Corps to be in the Allied Medical Specialty fields),- Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD contracted and those non-GRFD volunteering for RFD),- Educational Delay.The remaining individuals are the active duty eligible population.- Active duty (AD) is not guaranteed.- The number of cadets selected for AD will not exceed the number of requirements determined by the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1.- All cadets/commissionees not selected for AD will be referred to the Reserve Forces Duty (RFD) Board for branching.- Cadets from SMCs that request AD and are recommended for AD by their PMS will receive AD.An active duty OML is established based on the final active duty population. Active Component branching proceeds as follows:Cadet Command identifies all DMGs (top 10% of the ROTC National OML) for branching during the DA Selection and Branching Board process.HQDA G1:(1) Uses the 20/80 Department of the Army Branching Model (DABM) during the DA Selection and Branching Board.(2) Ensures that all ROTC DMGs receive their first active duty branch preference.(3) Ensures the DABM fixes all DMGs to receive their first branch preference. Branching of the remainder of those cadets/2LTs (non-DMGs) in the top 20% of the Active Duty OML will begin with the highest ranking cadet/2LT requesting their first choice, and will proceed sequentially with each cadet receiving their first branch preference as long as no more than 65% of any one branch's requirements are filled from the top 20% of the Active Duty OML. If a cadet's/2LT's (of the non-DMGs in the top 20% of the Active Duty OML) first choice branch filled 65% of its requirements, the next available branch preference of that cadet is awarded. The remaining 80% of those individuals on the Active Duty OML will be branched against the remaining requirements using the DABM to pre-sort branching files of individual cadets/2LTs based on the needs of the Army. These files are then referred to the DA Board who has the final say regarding a cadet's/2LT's branch.DMGs(Top 10%)Sort Remaining80% to meet ArmyrequirementsActive Duty Eligible List(Includes DMGs)80DA Branching Board makes final decision regarding a cadet's / 2LT's branchReserve Forces Duty(Includes DMGs)CutlineReserve Component BranchingForced RFDXXXXZZZZ
10 Branch DetailAll individuals selected for Active Duty may be selected for the Branch Detail Program, regardless of volunteer status.Availability of Branch Detail Program options are subject to force structural changes within the Army
11 Branch Detail Program CPT CA CS/CSS SC MI OD QM TC AG FI IN AR FA AD Developed to account for the shifting demand for officers within the CA and CS/CSS branches between the ranks of 2LT and CPTCPTCACS/CSSSCMIODQMTCAGFIINARFAADCMNON-PLAYERS:AVIATIONENGINEERSMILITARY POLICEMEDICAL SERVICEARMY NURSEThe Army's need for Combat Arms officers is far greater at the Lieutenant level than at the Captain level. Conversely, the Army’s need for Combat Support and Combat Service Support officers is far greater at the Captain level than at the Lieutenant level. In order to resolve this difference, HRC-Alexandria makes initial branch selections based on Captain needs, then details officers from the donor branches (SC, MI, OD, QM, TC, AG, FI) into the recipient branches (IN, AR, FA, AD, CM).Under the Branch Detail Program, some cadets who are branched into the Combat Service Support and Combat Support branches will be selected to participate in the branch detail program. Cadets may be selected for a Combat Service Support or Combat Support branch but initially be commissioned and serve 3 years (plus IET time) in the Combat Arms or Chemical Corps. (Task Force Stabilization) Cadets volunteer in the accession packet, some cadets who do not volunteer may be selected. The board decision is final.EN, AV, MP, MS and AN (which maintain a consistent number of company grade requirements) do not participate in the branch detail program.In FY 05, OD, QM, and TC did not donate officers and AD did not receive officers2LTRecipientsDonors
12 Branch Detail INFANTRY CONTROL BRANCH INFANTRY OBC OD SERVICE OD OAC SERVE 3 YRS (PLUS IET TIME)IN INF. UNITPCSThis slide depicts what the first few years might look like for a detailed officer.If selected Ordnance but detailed Infantry, an officer would be commissioned as an Infantry officer and attend Infantry OBC. Let's say the lieutenant is assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, where he serves 3 years (plus IET time) in the Infantry (as a platoon leader or company executive officer). At approximately the 3 year (plus IET time) mark, Ordnance branch assumes control of the officer.After serving in the Infantry for 3 years (plus IET time), the officer transitions to Ordnance by attending the Advanced Course for Ordnance officers. Upon completion of the course, the officer proceeds to an Ordnance assignment. OD SERVICEOD OAC
13 Reserve Component Branch and component decided by utilizing: By Name Request with paragraph and line numberPreferred unit type in CCIMSAnticipated address after commissioning in CCIMSAGR SelectionVolunteer on the ROTC Cadet Accession Management SheetSelected based on OML rankingThe reserve component determines branches based on:If the individual has a By Name Request with a valid paragraph and line numberIf there is no By Name Request, then they attempt to give the cadet/LT the component/branch of choice and unit preference based on anticipated address after commissioningUnit vacancies (needs of the Army)Go to the web link displayed in the slide to learn about the AGR program as well as the Accessions Flowchart.