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1 Welcome to Pacific area dsf training
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2 Ground Rules Everyone contributes Ask questions Respect others
Be on time Speak in turn No side-bars (please step outside for personal conversations) Silence electronics (please take voice calls on breaks)

3 Goals & Objectives of the DSF Training
PAC-13 eployable Goals & Objectives of the DSF Training Provide training from all PACAREA divisions that deal with DSF units. Better understand your role, our expectations, & together promote positive working relationships. Leave here with more knowledge to enhance effectiveness at your units. S Pecialized F orces

4 PAC-13 D eployable Who are we? We are PSU & CRS administrative oversight, we provide support to our DSF units and members. We act similar to a DXR. Why do we exist? Reserve members can be complex, but DSF mbrs are even more challenging due to their mission requirements. What makes us unique? Our members have the largest budget in the USCGR, we have a MOU with SSB, we deploy in a joint environment, and operate at a higher OPTEMPO. S Pecialized F orces

5 D PAC-13 eployable Our Mission: Enforce Policy & provide current guidance. We are your Resource - visit PAC-13's website! Exceed Expectations by timely responses and transactions to the units & mbrs. Ensure units & mbrs are taken care of properly by following proper policy & procedures. Elevate & advocate field concerns to proper authority. What’s my favorite way of communication? , , - it provides a record!!! S Pecialized F orces

6 ADT-AT D S F Presented by YN1 Linley EPloyable pecialized orces

7 D S F Agenda Types Priority Processing Order Notes Common Mistakes
eployable Types Priority Processing Order Notes Common Mistakes Readiness Standards Funding/Entitlements/Travel Claims Non-consecutive S Pecialized F orces

8 D S F Types of adt Reserve Policy Manual, Chapter 3
eployable Reserve Policy Manual, Chapter 3 Initial Active Duty for Training (IADT) Active Duty for Training – Annual Training (ADT-AT) Active Duty for Training – Other Training Duty (ADT-OTD) S Pecialized F orces

9 D S F Adt-at priorities Aligned with Individual Training Plan (ITP)
eployable Aligned with Individual Training Plan (ITP) Used for “C” school first Unit Training – i.e. Boat College On the Job Training S Pecialized F orces

10 Processing adt-at orders
eployable Unit shall route for funding approval – 35 days prior to start date – lead time adds value Goal: Issue orders 30 days prior to report date Unit Responsibilities: Check for Readiness – Enter dates Check for Travel Authorization on orders Complete Standard Order Notes (P13) PAC-13 reviews and approves orders in DA S Pecialized F orces

11 Common Errors on Order notes
eployable Single travel Claim / Multiple travel Claim Department Funding Orders (Tab 1) Order Notes Missing Info Order Notes copy/pasted Order Notes incorrect information Travel Authorized not checked while travel is requested in order notes Order notes duration doesn’t equal dates Order notes Duty Type is incorrect For mileage authorizations, place correct city, state, and zip code **New** S Pecialized F orces

12 Common errors on Order notes
eployable Enter estimates for travel. (Authorized Expenses) This helps prevent $1.10 TONOs S Pecialized F orces

13 D S F Readiness Non-compliance with Standards
eployable Non-compliance with Standards Have Member schedule appointments before or during ADT period Provide supervisor with counseling tools Document Non-Readiness with CG-3307 See binder for examples of page sevens RPM S Pecialized F orces

14 D Readiness eployable “Reservists shall not be denied orders to perform active duty, solely due to the lack of current PHA, physical or dental examinations, as a means of compelling compliance with participation standards. See Chapter 4, Section B of this Manual for policy regarding participation standards. Upon executing the prescribed orders, individual medical readiness requirements must be met.” - Reserve Policy Manual PAC-13 will cancel orders for members that have not provided readiness information prior to the start date of orders. S Pecialized F orces

15 D S F Funding afc-90 Check Funding Codes on Orders in DA
eployable Check Funding Codes on Orders in DA Commandant – IADT – PAC-13 – ADT-AT/OTD – FY 15 Accounting String: 2/D/52/121/90/0/RC58 ADT-OTD – Depends on Funding S Pecialized F orces

16 D S F Funding afc-90 (Cont) Doc Type 72 – Pay and Allowances / FICA
eployable Doc Type 72 – Pay and Allowances / FICA Doc Type 11 – Check “Travel Authorized” if member requires travel entitlements Cancelling ADT-AT Requests Resubmit immediately – Funding will not be held ****All ADT-AT requests must be submitted before yearly deadline – 01 June**** Refer to PACAREA message S Pecialized F orces

17 D entitlements eployable Per Diem – Outside RCD (50 Miles, zip code to zip code per DTOD Calculator) Ref: Reserve Policy Manual, M B Chapter 5.C.1.a,b. Lodging – Outside RCD Rental car – Depends – unit can purchase Parking – Not an entitlement Laundry – Not an entitlement Note: Lodging not authorized when staying with friends or family U4130G, JFTR S Pecialized F orces

18 Travel Entitlement (mileage)
D Travel Entitlement (mileage) eployable DTOD must be utilized to calculate mileage on orders PCS/TDY must be selected in DTOD to get the correct mileage Order notes should specify that mileage is Round Trip GTR Statement required if POC is utilized and round trip is greater than 800 miles Members within RCD are authorized to use a SF-1164 for mileage reimbursement S Pecialized F orces

19 D S F Entitlements Travel – Claim Must be submitted within 3 days
eployable Travel – Claim Must be submitted within 3 days Audits – Manage and assist with audits for members Last year over $50k was recouped from the DSF community for non-response to audit requests S Pecialized F orces

20 Non-consecutive adt-at
eployable 90 day rule Members within RCD are cost-effective for Non-Consecutive ADT Members outside RCD are not cost-effective and their situations must be considered before authorizing Non-Consecutive ADT S Pecialized F orces

21 D S F Points of contact YN1 Michael Linley YN2 John Pavicic
eployable YN1 Michael Linley Coastal Riverine Squadrons YN2 John Pavicic NOE/MEDHold/Incapacitation Benefits RCC/LAT/Cond. Releases YN2 Sean Biefus PSU 301, 305, 307, 308 YN3 Jordan Jamison-Bews PSU 309, 311, 312, 313 Ms. Sue Reed AFC-90 - IDT, ADT-AT/OTD Funds Manager S Pecialized F orces

22 D S F Resources Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series)
eployable Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M (series) Personnel and Pay Procedures Manual (PPPM)(3PM), PPCINST M1000.2A Annual FY Field Guidance AFC -90 Fund Manager – Ms. Sue Reed (510) S Pecialized F orces

23 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

24 Presented by YN3 Jamison-Bews
ADos D S F Presented by YN3 Jamison-Bews EPloyable pecialized orces

25 D S F Agenda ADOS-AC vs. ADOS-RC Funding Funding SHORT vs. LONG-Term
eployable ADOS-AC vs. ADOS-RC Funding Funding SHORT vs. LONG-Term ADOS Show-Stoppers 30-day Notice Resources – ADOS 1095 Calculator Useful Tools Short Notice Orders Mileage S Pecialized F orces

26 D S F Who’s paying? Active Duty for Operational Support – AC
eployable Active Duty for Operational Support – AC Active Component = Paid for by unit funds AFC- 30 Active Duty for Operational Support – RC Reserve Component - Paid for by DXR or other program manager S Pecialized F orces

27 D S F funding Short-Term
eployable Short-Term Pay and FICA lines must be generated in FPD and entered into Direct Access Travel Docs must be obligated in FPD and entered in Direct Access Long-Term/Contingency (Reserve Months) Pay and FICA lines are automatically generated in Direct Access. Travel Docs must be obligated in FPD and entered in Direct Access S Pecialized F orces

28 Short-term vs. long-term
D Short-term vs. long-term eployable SHORT-Term ADOS is less than 181 consecutive days or multiple sets of orders equal to 180 days or less 100% Per diem 31 day Break Requirement – MUST be verified by PAC-13 LONG-Term 12301(d) and over 180 days 55% Per diem or PCS Entitlements (12301(d) only) S Pecialized F orces

29 D Ados show stoppers eployable 1095 – a member may not be on ADOS orders for more than 1,095 days (3 years) within the previous 1,460 days (4 years) IADT – 84 days (boot camp + completion of A school) – reserve members must complete all IADT before being eligible to accept any type of ADOS orders – CONUS or OCONUS. 16 / 18 years – waivers must be approved by CG-PSC-RPM. S Pecialized F orces

30 D 16/18 years eployable If ADOS will result in member going over 16 years of active duty, a waiver request must be requested for approval from CG- PSC-RPM. Note: Waivers may take up to 90 days to process – planning is essential If member goes over 18 years of Active Duty, the Unit must employ the member until he/she is retirement eligible. The Coast Guard is then responsible to pay the member an active duty retirement. S Pecialized F orces

31 D Readiness eployable “Reservists shall not be denied orders to perform active duty, solely due to the lack of current PHA, physical or dental examinations, as a means of compelling compliance with participation standards. See Chapter 4, Section B of this Manual for policy regarding participation standards. Upon executing the prescribed orders, individual medical readiness requirements must be met.” - Reserve Policy Manual PAC-13 will cancel orders for members that have not provided readiness information prior to the start date of orders. S Pecialized F orces

32 D S F 30 day notice Employer notification – sample memo in binder
eployable Employer notification – sample memo in binder Waiver requests – process time can exceed 90 days in some cases To ensure member can use applicable benefits S Pecialized F orces

33 Short notice orders (<5 Days)
eployable Communication regarding orders with short- fuse approval time must be forwarded to: S Pecialized F orces

34 D S F Common errors Single travel Claim / Multiple travel claim
eployable Single travel Claim / Multiple travel claim Department Funding Orders Order Notes Missing Info Order Notes copy/pasted Order Notes incorrect information Travel Authorized not checked and issued 11 doc Order notes duration doesn’t equal dates Order notes Duty Type is incorrect S Pecialized F orces

35 D S F Useful tools 1095 calculator – benefits DTOD Website-
eployable 1095 calculator – benefits Consistently correct calculations for DWELL and 1095 Fast and easy to use DTOD Website- https://dtod.sddc.army.mil City Pairs Website- Cpsearch.fas.gsa.gov PAC-13 Website S Pecialized F orces

36 D S F mileage DTOD must be utilized to calculate mileage on orders
eployable DTOD must be utilized to calculate mileage on orders PCS/TDY must be selected in DTOD to get the correct mileage Order notes should specify that mileage is Round Trip GTR Statement required if POC is utilized and round trip is greater than 800 miles Members within RCD are authorized to use a SF-1164 for mileage reimbursement S Pecialized F orces

37 D S F Points of contact YN1 Michael Linley YN2 John Pavicic
eployable YN1 Michael Linley Coastal Riverine Squadrons YN2 John Pavicic NOE/MEDHold/Incapacitation Benefits RCC/LAT/Cond. Releases YN2 Sean Biefus PSU 301, 305, 307, 308 YN3 Jordan Jamison-Bews PSU 309, 311, 312, 313 Ms. Sue Reed AFC-90 - IDT, ADT-AT/OTD Funds Manager S Pecialized F orces

38 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

39 Presented by YN2 Pavicic
Special requests D S F Presented by YN2 Pavicic EPloyable pecialized orces

40 D S F agenda Change in Reserve Component Category
eployable Change in Reserve Component Category Lateral Change in Rating Bonus Request Retirement Request Points of Contact S Pecialized F orces

41 Change in reserve Component category (RCC)
D Change in reserve Component category (RCC) eployable STAGE WHO DOES IT WHAT HAPPENS 1 Unit Submit package request to PAC-13 via D11-SMB-DSF-MOBILIZATION & to YN2 Pavicic *Package requirements on next slide* 2 PAC-13 Receives all applicable information from Stage 1 and reviews package for accuracy. Route through Chain of Command for proper signature(s) 3 Send endorsed package to RPM via 4 RPM Receives package in totality and reviews for an “Approval” or Denial” and sends to PAC-13 5 If approved, PAC-13 will forward approved orders via to respective unit YN and FRO. If denied, PAC-13 will forward denial to the YN and FRO S Pecialized F orces

42 Required documents for package
eployable RCC Worksheet (CG-1001) Attach “CG Member Info” in Direct Access Main Menu > Develop Workforce > Plan Careers > Use Attach applicable CG-3307 (Page 7) for the respective category (IRR, ASL, or ISL) S Pecialized F orces

43 Lateral change in rating
D Lateral change in rating eployable STAGE WHO DOES WHAT? WHAT HAPPENS? 1 Member Submits lateral change in rating (CG-1002) request and applicable documentation to their Commanding Officer 2 Unit Endorses the lateral change in rating and forwards to PAC-13 3 PAC-13 Ensures that CG-1002 is properly completed and all applicable documentation it attached 4 PSC-RPM Receives package in totality and reviews for an “Approval” or Denial” and sends results directly to member S Pecialized F orces

44 Conditional release for inter-service transfer
eployable STAGE WHO DOES IT WHAT HAPPENS 1 Member Completes DD Form 368 and routes through Chain of Command for Approval 2 Unit Reviews request and forwards to PAC-13. *The Commanding Officer may not sign the DD Form Only PSC-RPM has the authority to sign this form* 3 PAC-13 Reviews DD Form 368 and forwards to PSC-RPM via 4 PSC-RPM “Approves” or “Denies” the request and forwards results to PAC-13 via 5 Forwards results from Stage 4 to Unit Yeoman 6 Completes DD Form 4/1 (Enlistment Contract) with recruiter for enlistment into selected service forwards to Unit Yeoman 7 Forwards completed reenlistment contract to PAC-13 8 Forwards paperwork to PSC-RPM via S Pecialized F orces

45 D S F Bonus Request STAGE WHO DOES IT WHAT HAPPENS 1 Unit 2 PAC-13 3
eployable STAGE WHO DOES IT WHAT HAPPENS 1 Unit Sends memo request with attached supporting documents to PAC-13. Documents are as follows: Memo request from member CG DD Form 4/1 authorizing bonus CG-3307 indicating member is authorized bonus Bluezone previous bonus payout 2 PAC-13 Reviews documentation, endorses bonus request, and s all applicable information to respective personnel at PPC (MAS) 3 PPC Reviews bonus request package; Authorizes bonus payment S Pecialized F orces

46 D S F Retirement request STAGE WHAT HAPPENS WHO DOES IT 1 Unit 2 RPM
eployable STAGE WHAT HAPPENS WHO DOES IT 1 Unit Sends memo request with all applicable supporting documents to and copy PAC-13 via 2 RPM Approves retirement request and forwards approval to unit S Pecialized F orces

47 D S F Points of contact YN1 Michael Linley YN2 John Pavicic
eployable YN1 Michael Linley Coastal Riverine Squadrons YN2 John Pavicic NOE/MEDHold/Incapacitation Benefits RCC/LAT/Cond. Releases YN2 Sean Biefus PSU 301, 305, 307, 308 YN3 Jordan Jamison-Bews PSU 309, 311, 312, 313 Ms. Sue Reed AFC-90 - IDT, ADT-AT/OTD Funds Manager S Pecialized F orces

48 D S F Resources Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series)
eployable Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M (series) Personnel and Pay Procedures Manual (PPPM)(3PM), PPCINST M1000.2A Annual FY Field Guidance AFC -90 Fund Manager – Ms. Sue Reed (510) S Pecialized F orces

49 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

50 Nation Wide Solicitations MRTT
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51 Nation Wide Solicitations / MRTT
eployable Deadlines Nationwide Solicitation SSB requires 90 days notice from the start date BNC selection SSB requires 60 days notice from the start date Process PSU/UNIT sends CGMS message to PAC-13 info’ing PSC-PSD-SSB including the following information Type of Orders Duration Rate/Rate Required Skills/Desired Skill Funding Information By Name Candidate PAC-13 Inputs information into MRTT and releases message to PSC-PSD-SSB info’ing PSU/UNIT PAC-PSD-SSB solicits nationwide, or if BNC is available drafts message orders to member’s unit. S Pecialized F orces

52 Dwell D S F Presented by YN2 Biefus EPloyable pecialized orces

53 D S F Dwell DSF Members have a DWELL rotation of ¼ Calculation example
eployable DSF Members have a DWELL rotation of ¼ One year of 12302, Four years of DWELL This calculation is Day for Day 180 days of 12302, 720 days of DWELL Calculation example 12302 orders 01OCT14-30SEP15 End Date minus Begin Date, Plus One (Inclusive) 30SEP15-01OCT14= 364 Days + 1 = 365 365 (Duration) x 4 = 1460 Days of Dwell Dwell date is equal to End Date + Dwell Days 01OCT days = 01OCT19 (Available for again) S Pecialized F orces

54 PDMRA D S F Presented by YN2 Biefus EPloyable pecialized orces

55 Post deployment/mobilization respite absence (pdmra)
eployable DODI Change 2 (Aug 13, 2013) RC Service members mobilized in excess of 12 months during the most recent 72-month period qualify for PDMRA Service members must meet PDMRA eligibility for 30 consecutive days in order to begin accruing PDMRA days Only members on for this deployment qualify S Pecialized PDMRA Accrual Rate Active Component Reserve Component Deployment Eligibility Requires >12 months deployed during a 36 month period Requires >12 months mobilized during a 72 month period. 1 day per Month1 Involuntarily mobilized outside the U.S. 2 days per Month2,3, Deployed to Iraq/Afghanistan Involuntarily mobilized to Iraq/Afghanistan Note 1: Mil Dept Secretaries have discretionary authority to include AC deployments to Combat Zone Tax Exclusion (CZTE) areas and RC voluntary contingency activations under 10 U.S.C. §12301(d). Note 2: Mil Dept Secretaries have discretionary authority to include RC voluntary contingency activations to Iraq or Afghanistan under 10 U.S.C. §12301(d). Note 3: Mil Dept Secretaries have discretionary authority to designate CZTE areas as 2-days per month PDMRA accrual locations. F orces

56 D S F PDMRA Calculation 12302 orders 01OCT10-30SEP11
eployable 12302 orders 01OCT10-30SEP11 End Date minus Begin Date, Plus One (Inclusive) 30SEP11-01OCT10= 364 Days + 1 = 365 365/30 = Day Months (5 left over) 365 (Duration) x 4 = 1460 Days of Dwell Dwell date is equal to End Date + Dwell Days 01OCT days = 01OCT15 (Available for again) 12302 orders 01OCT15-30SEP16 30SEP16-01OCT15= 364 Days + 1 = 365 365/30 = Day Months (10 left over( 5 from prior) 24 30 day months (first 12 are eligibility, earn 1 day of PDMRA) 12 days of PDMRA S Pecialized F orces

57 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

58 Presented by YNCS Graeber
waivers D S F Presented by YNCS Graeber EPloyable pecialized orces

59 D S F Waiver request STAGE WHO DOES IT WHAT HAPPENS eployable
1 Unit Drafts memo waiver and collects al required supporting documentation Forwards memo to: 1095 Waiver Requests: TO: CG-PSC-RPM THRU: PAC-37 and PAC-13 16/18 Year Waiver Request THRU: PAC-37, and PAC-13 Short-term Back-to-Back ADOS Waiver Requests exceeding 180 days: TO: CG-131 Forwards all memo waiver requests electronically to PAC-13 via D11-SMB-DSF-MOBILIZATION 2 PAC-13 Reviews and forwards memo waiver request to the appropriate authority 3 Authorizing Authority RPM or CG-131 reviews the request Upon approval or denial of memo request, authorizing authority will forward response to PAC-13 and copy unit S Pecialized F orces

60 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

61 Activation / mobilization and demobilization
D S F Presented by YNCS Graeber EPloyable pecialized orces

62 D S F agenda Responsibilities Timeline – Pre-Mobilization
eployable Responsibilities Timeline – Pre-Mobilization Activation/Mobilization Day Timeline – Pre-Demobilization Demobilization Demobilization Day Resources Questions S Pecialized F orces

63 Unit responsibilities
D Unit responsibilities eployable Submit personnel roster Identify personnel gaps Read/Review Commandant Mobilization Instructions/Manuals/Checklists Use ADOS to hire staff for mobilization S Pecialized F orces

64 Pac-13 responsibilities
D Pac-13 responsibilities eployable Provide ongoing policy guidance Identify personnel gaps resulting from vetting process Assist with “Select and Direct” S Pecialized F orces

65 D S F Timeline – day 210 Prior to Mobilization
eployable Prior to Mobilization Unit submits roster to PAC-13 PAC-13 vets personnel for: 1095 16/18 Readiness Dwell Time Calculations S Pecialized F orces

66 D S F Timeline day 210-180 PAC-13 will mitigate issues related to:
eployable PAC-13 will mitigate issues related to: 12301(d) vs Dwell Time PDMRA Anything Administrative Units enter Mobilization Orders in DA S Pecialized F orces

67 D S F Timeline – day 180 All orders are in “ready” status in DA
eployable Final Personnel Rosters Approved: All orders are in “ready” status in DA TAMP coverage begins 180 days prior to the mobilization date Unit directs members to update DEERS S Pecialized F orces

68 D S F Timeline – day 90 Unit is responsible for:
eployable Unit is responsible for: Requesting assistance from the following entities prior to activation day: SPO Medical Computer Lab for DA updates ID Card Office S Pecialized F orces

69 D S F Activation Day PAC-13 is responsible for:
eployable PAC-13 is responsible for: Provide Onsite Unit Admin Team Complete Mobilization Checklist with each mobilizing member Provide ongoing policy guidance and assistance to the Command S Pecialized F orces

70 Timeline to demobilization day 120 - 30
eployable Unit Admin is responsible for: Correct and update awards history in DA Prepare CIW for DD214 processing Command is responsible for: Prepare and submit personal and unit awards Members are responsible for: 30 days prior to demobilization: ensure members have obtained all medical documentation For CRS members: ensure members have obtained all medical documentation during the deployment S Pecialized F orces

71 D Demobilization eployable Unit is responsible for requesting assistance from the following entities: SPO Medical Computer Lab / Training room for TPAX ID Card Office S Pecialized F orces

72 D S F DEmobilization PAC-13 is responsible for:
eployable PAC-13 is responsible for: Providing ongoing policy guidance Assistance to the Admin and FRO S Pecialized F orces

73 D S F Demobilization day PAC-13 is responsible for:
eployable PAC-13 is responsible for: Providing onsite Unit Admin team Complete Demobilization Checklist with each demobilizing member Provide ongoing policy guidance and assistance to the Command S Pecialized F orces

74 D S F Points of contact YN1 Michael Linley YN2 John Pavicic
eployable YN1 Michael Linley Coastal Riverine Squadrons YN2 John Pavicic NOE/MEDHold/Incapacitation Benefits RCC/LAT/Cond. Releases YN2 Sean Biefus PSU 301, 305, 307, 308 YN3 Jordan Jamison-Bews PSU 309, 311, 312, 313 Ms. Sue Reed AFC-90 - IDT, ADT-AT/OTD Funds Manager S Pecialized F orces

75 D S F Resources Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series)
eployable Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M (series) Personnel and Pay Procedures Manual (PPPM)(3PM), PPCINST M1000.2A, ch. 11.A ADOS Instruction, COMDTINST D ALCOAST 403/09 S Pecialized F orces

76 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

77 Presented by YNC Hiller
DD-214 Preparation D S F Presented by YNC Hiller EPloyable pecialized orces

78 D S F Agenda Reserve DD-214 Issuance Necessary Preparation
eployable Reserve DD-214 Issuance Necessary Preparation What’s Warranted Details S Pecialized F orces

79 D S F Dd-214 issuance All Reservists on Active Duty 90-days or more
eployable All Reservists on Active Duty 90-days or more All Contingency 12301(d) or orders regardless of duration S Pecialized F orces

80 Necessary preparation
D Necessary preparation eployable Career Intentions Worksheets Received by SPO days prior to the DEMOB Awards Ensure awards history in DA is current, i.e., Good Conduct, AFRM, etc. Enter final personal awards in DA days prior to the DEMOB S Pecialized F orces

81 D S F What’s warranted? ALL Active Duty Service, including ADT-AT
eployable ALL Active Duty Service, including ADT-AT ALL Training to date Note: The DD-214 Manual does not prescribe including all training, even for retirement. Consequently, most Reservists never have all their training captured. S Pecialized F orces

82 D Details eployable Use the Advanced Type Tool in Adobe to add the “R” to USCG for a Reservist DD-214 S Pecialized F orces

83 D details eployable For all Reservists completing AD greater than 139 days, a Statement of Creditable Service (SOCS) is required (PPPM 5.C.2.3.4) Since this can be a very lengthy process, SOCS should be requested 120 days before DEMOB The DD-214 must have a separation code of MBK to be eligible for TAMP. Enrollment in TriCare Reserve Select must occur 30 days prior to the end of the TAMP entitlement to avoid any gap in coverage. S Pecialized F orces

84 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

85 Notice of eligibility and medical hold
D S F Presented by YNC Hiller EPloyable pecialized orces

86 D S F Agenda NOE vs. MEDHOLD Process Case Study Take Away
eployable NOE vs. MEDHOLD Process Member’s Responsibility Unit’s Responsibility PAC-13’s Responsibility RPM’s Responsibility RMP’s & MEDHOLD Case Study Take Away S Pecialized F orces

87 D S F NOE vs. medhold NOE (Notice of Eligibility) MEDHOLD/ADHC
eployable NOE (Notice of Eligibility) Member does NOT remain on orders For Injury/Illness that does NOT require surgery or extensive Rehab TONO for travel, INCAP pay and RMPs available MEDHOLD/ADHC Member placed on MEDHOLD orders, (h), (or ADHC) For Injury/Illness resulting in substantial incapacitation requiring surgery and/or extensive Rehab. S Pecialized F orces

88 D S F Process Member Responsibility Unit Responsibility Seek Treatment
eployable Member Responsibility Seek Treatment Notify Command Immediately Unit Responsibility Insure Member’s Safety Interview/Counsel Member Complete Line of Duty Determination (LOD, CG- 3822) Counsel Member to obtain Physician’s Report (PR) Submit LOD, PR, Supporting Documentation and Request to PAC-13 D11-SMB-MEDhold-NOE S Pecialized F orces

89 D Process eployable PAC-13 Reviews documents for completeness and accuracy Forwards request package to RPM Sends request message to RPM RPM Reviews Package Provides determination via CGMS Provides NOE Memo or MEDHOLD authorization to PAC-13 S Pecialized F orces

90 D Process eployable PAC-13 Forwards NOE Memo or MEDHOLD authorization to Unit Unit Prepares CG-3307 (RIB-1/2/3) Counsel Member using CG-3307 and have member initial and sign Forward signed documents to PAC WITHIN 7 Days S Pecialized F orces

91 D S F process PAC-13 Extensions as Necessary 180-day Limit (NFFD)
eployable PAC-13 Review and forward CG-3307 to RPM Extensions as Necessary 180-day Limit (NFFD) 365-day Limit (TLD) Medical Board submission necessary after limits S Pecialized F orces

92 D S F Process RMPs Medical Board
eployable RMPs Member/Unit forwards request with prescribed info to PAC-13 PAC-13 forwards to RPM-3 RPM-3 approves/enters into DA (up to one/month for NOE members for documented medical appointments) Medical Board Can be initiated by an MMO and endorsed by the unit CO, or initiated directly by unit CO and sent to CGPC-adm1 S Pecialized F orces

93 Case Study SN nodisfalt breaks a leg
eployable What Should Happen Emergency/Clinic Visit Contact Command Complete LOD/PR Request NOE/Medhold Counsel/Sign CG3307 Complete Treatment and Get Better What Did Happen “I’m OK!” Command not informed No LOD/PR Injury aggravated Medhold initiated but surgery fails Medboard with permanent disability S Pecialized F orces

94 Case Study MKC Poindexter injures back
eployable What Should Happen Emergency/Clinic Visit Contact Command Complete LOD/PR Request NOE/Medhold Counsel/Sign CG3307 Complete Treatment and Get Better What Did Happen “I’m OK!” Command not informed No LOD/PR 3 Years Later, “This chronic pain is from my ADT 3 years ago…” Member/Unit requests NOE PAC-13 / RPM Deny S Pecialized F orces

95 D S F Take away Member/Unit Ownership Unit Counseling
eployable Member/Unit Ownership Unit Counseling Process (Shared Responsibility) PAC-13 We’re Here to Help! S Pecialized F orces

96 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

97 Good to know AFC 90 Funds (IDT/ADT-IDT Berthing)
D S F Presented by Sue Reed EPloyable pecialized orces

98 Hot topics D S F Presented by YN2 Biefus EPloyable pecialized orces

99 D S F Agenda Mileage Readiness Attention to Detail
eployable Mileage Readiness Attention to Detail Cancellation / Amending Orders Additional Items S Pecialized F orces

100 D S F mileage DTOD must be utilized to calculate mileage on orders
eployable DTOD must be utilized to calculate mileage on orders PCS/TDY must be selected in DTOD to get the correct mileage Order notes should specify that mileage is Round Trip GRT Statement required if POC is utilized and round trip is greater than 800 miles S Pecialized F orces

101 D Readiness eployable “Reservists shall not be denied orders to perform active duty, solely due to the lack of current PHA, physical or dental examinations, as a means of compelling compliance with participation standards. See Chapter 4, Section B of this Manual for policy regarding participation standards. Upon executing the prescribed orders, individual medical readiness requirements must be met.” - Reserve Policy Manual PAC-13 will cancel orders for members that have not provided readiness information prior to the start date of orders. S Pecialized F orces

102 D S F Attention to detail
eployable Single travel claim < 21 days 11 Doc Multiple travel claims >21 days 13 Doc Department Funding Orders (Not PAC-13) Order notes with missing information: ITP School Codes Incorrect Dates for readiness Incorrect Mileage Missing Information (blanks) Order Notes Copy/Pasted from previous orders Travel Authorized box not selected - unit issued TONO in order notes Order notes duration is different than actual duration Order Notes Duty Types are not correct, i.e., ADT, ADOS, ADT-OTD. S Pecialized F orces

103 Cancellation / amending orders
eployable PAC-13 is the ONLY authority to cancel orders for DSF units All amendments must be routed through PAC- 13 via Memo S Pecialized F orces

104 D Additional items eployable The DD-214 must have a separation code of MBK to be eligible for TAMP Coverage DEERS vs. Direct Access Any change in dependency requires an update to DEERS and Direct Access. Any amendment / modification to orders will require the member to update DEERS otherwise the coverage may expire. ALL required documentation must be presented to both the DEERS representative and the SPO S Pecialized F orces

105 D Additional items eployable Members in Transit on Examination Date of Service Wide Assigned examining board or ESO of any military service may administer an SWE to personnel in transit (PCS, TDY, or on leave) on the scheduled SWE date. If a unit knows the member will be TDY, PCS, or on leave on the test date, he or she should contact the member’s SPO. When advised, the SPO will submit the appropriate transaction to change the member’s OPFAC to the unit that will be administering the SWE. Ref: Enlisted Accessions, Evaluations, and Advancements COMDTINST M Chap. 3.B.2.a & b. Members not in compliance with CG weight standards are not eligible to accept any type of active duty orders. Reservists ordered to active duty other than normal ADT-AT shall be screened. Reservists found non-compliant should not be ordered to active duty. Ref: Reserve Policy Manual, M B Chapter 3.I.5. S Pecialized F orces

106 D Additional items eployable BAH entitlements are based on the zipcode of the member’s primary residence on the first day of orders. This entitlement cannot be modified unless there is a 24 hour break in service. Commands shall NOT authorize lodging or per diem while on ADOS orders if the reserve member lives within 50 miles of the unit, or has a reasonable commute time of 1.5 hours. DTOD is the only authorized distance calculator. "50 miles from the drill site or a distance that may be traveled by automobile under average conditions of traffic, weather and roads in a one and one-half hour period..." Ref: Reserve Policy Manual, M B Chapter 5.C.1.a,b. S Pecialized F orces

107 D S F Additional items IADT Requirements for Deployment OCONUS –
eployable IADT Requirements for Deployment OCONUS – A newly enlisted person must have completed a MINIMUM of 84 days of IADT, which is a combination of basic training and “A” school to be eligible to accept any type of active duty orders, with the exception of ADT-AT Ref: 10 USC 671: (84 Day Rule) Leave-You may Use it, Sell it, or NOW Save it. Use- Active duty orders may not be extended to allow a member to take earned leave. Sell- Payment of sold leave is based on basic pay only. Save - Members may carry forward earned leave to be used during a future activation. S Pecialized F orces

108 D Questions? eployable S Pecialized F orces

109 D I am the chief eployable S Pecialized F orces


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