MCI 0084 Handbook MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE CAREER RETENTION SPECIALIST HANDBOOK MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON, DC UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE 912 CHARLES POOR STREET SE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD DC 20391-5680 IN REPLY REFER TO: 1550 01 Aug 05 CAREER RETENTION SPECIALIST (MCI 0084) 1. Purpose. This handbook for career retention specialists (CRS) is published to provide reference material to all Marines whose duties require them to understand the basic tasks of a CRS. 2. Scope.
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This handbook addresses the reference material needed for the following: choosing the Marines who need a CRS interview and specifying the type of interview, researching the Marine’s performance history for eligibility and career options, meeting with the Marine and discussing career options, supporting the interview between Marine and CO, collecting endorsements for Marine’s retention request, creating and submitting retention requests, extensions, and contracts. 3. Applicability. This handbook is intended for instructional purposes only. It is designed for used by Marines of all grades.
It should be used in conjunction with MCI 0084, Career Retention Specialists. T. M. FRANUS By direction Table of Contents Page Appendix A: Reenlistment Prerequisites and Waivers………………………………………….. Appendix B: MARADMIN 368/03 …………………………………………………………………… Appendix C: Lateral Move Program Page Excerpts……………………………………………… Appendix D: Special Duty Assignments and Excerpts from MCO P1326. 6……………… Appendix E: Duty Station Preferences ……………………………………………………………….
Appendix F: FY 2055 Boatspace Report Excerpt ………………………………………………… Appendix G: Benefits of Membership in Selected Marine Corps Reserves ………………. Appendix H: Reenlistment Eligibility Codes………………………………………………………. Appendix I: Career Planning Contact Record (1133)……………………………………………. Appendix J: Route Sheet Example ……………………………………………………………………. Appendix K: RELM Request ……………………………………………………………………………
Appendix L: Agreement to Extend Enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a) Example ……… Appendix M: DD Form 4………………………………………………………………………………… A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 F-1 G-1 H-1 I-1 J-1 K-1 L-1 M-1 MCI Course 0084 i Handbook (This page intentionally left blank. ) MCI Course 0084 ii Handbook APPENDIX A Reenlistment Prerequisites and Waivers1 4103. REENLISTMENT PREREQUISITES 1. Basic Reenlistment Prerequisites. The following basic re- enlistment prerequisites pertain to all Marines applying for reenlistment: a.
Have demonstrated the high standards of leadership, professional competence, and personal behavior required to maintain the prestige and quality standards of the Marine Corps. A Marine who is guilty of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), on or off base, has not met the personal behavior requirement. b. Have demonstrated the core values of honor, courage and commitment. c. Be world wide deployable and fit for rigorous combat duty at sea and on foreign shore. (HIV positive Marines are excluded from this prerequisite. Commanding Officer’s certification re-mains “yes” to protect Marine’s privacy). . Meet medical/dental standards as prescribed in the Manual of the Medical Department (MANMED). Provided the Marine is otherwise qualified for reenlistment, an extension may be requested for sufficient time to obtain treatment to meet prescribed dental standards. An HIV positive status shall not be used to deny reenlistment to members on continuous active duty. Marines on light or limited duty shall not be granted reenlistment while in that status unless CMC grants a specific waiver. Medical/dental screening is to be conducted prior to submission of the reenlistment/extension/lateral move request. e.
Pass a physical fitness test per MCO 6100. 3, Physical Fitness, and meet military appearance and height/weight/body fat standards prescribed by MCO 6100. 10, Weight Control and Military Appearance. f. Not have an incident involving confirmed illegal use, possession, sale, or distribution of a controlled substance since 1 September 1992 per MCO P5300. 12, Marine Corps Substance Abuse Program. Any confirmed incident prior to 1 August 1992 will be adjudicated on a Case-by-case basis by the CMC. g. Not be a conscientious objector and have never received clemency under the President’s Clemency Program (Executive Order No. 1803 of 16 September 1974). 1 Reenlistment Prerequisites is taken from chapter 4, MCO P1040. 31H Enlisted Career Planning and Retention Manual. MCI 8421 A-1 Appendix A h. Not be a sole surviving son/daughter. However, a Marine may waive this status per MCO 1300. 8, Marine Corps Personnel Assignment Policy. i. Have no known dependency or hardship that is not temporary in nature and that causes the Marine to be non-deployable or not available for world wide assignment at any time. j. Not be under a CMC imposed reenlistment restriction. k. Have no convictions by a court-martial.
This restriction is only subject to the current enlistment contract, and extensions to that contract. l. Have no known convictions by civil authorities (foreign or domestic), or action taken which is tantamount to a finding of guilty of an offense for which the maximum penalty under the UCMJ is confinement for six months or more or a fine of $500 or more. If the offense is not listed in the Manual for Courts Martial (Table of Maximum Punishments), or is not closely related to an offense listed there, apply the maximum punishment authorized by the U. S.
Code, or the District of Columbia Code, whichever is lesser. This restriction is only subject to the current enlistment contract, and extensions to that contract. m. Have no more than two non-judicial punishments (NJP). This restriction is only subject to the current enlistment contract, and extensions to that contract. n. Have a minimum conduct and proficiency mark average of 4. 0/4. 0 during the current enlistment contract, and extensions to that contract. o. Have no fitness report date gaps in excess of 45 days within the last five years or on the current contract, whichever period is greater.
The Commandant of the Marine Corps may grant short term extensions to allow time to recover missing fitness reports. p. Not have been assigned to LEVEL II or III alcohol treatment program, per MCO P5300. 12, USMC Substance Abuse Program, during the past 12 months. In these cases, Marines may request an extension for up to 12 months to allow them to complete their after care treatment program and to allow the command to observe their performance and conduct. The observation period begins on the date the Marine completes LEVEL II or III alcohol treatment.
Career planners must confirm the completion date. This restriction does not apply to Marines who volunteer for treatment and have no performance or conduct problems. q. Marines who are single parents and have custody of their children or dual military couples with dependents are required to comply with the instructions contained in MCO 1740. 13A, Family Care Plans, which provide specific requirements for maintaining current family care plans in the event of MCI 8421 A-2 Appendix A deployment/TAD. . First-Term Marines. In addition to the basic reenlistment prerequisites, firstterm Marines must meet the following prerequisites: a. Be a high school graduate or alternate credential holder. b. Have a general technical (GT) composite score of 80 or higher. c. Must competitively achieve a First Term Alignment Plan (FTAP) boatspace within the fiscal year that his/her contract expires. 4. Career Marines. The following are considered disqualifying factors for reenlistment for career Marines: a.
Marine has previously refused to extend/reenlist to obtain the obligated service necessary to execute PCS/or deployment orders. On a case by case basis, if the Marine accepts similar orders, this may be waived. b. Marine has submitted for transfer to FMCR. c. Marine has requested separation by an early separation program. 5. Pregnant Marines who were otherwise qualified for retention prior to becoming pregnant warrant an exception to the following reenlistment prerequisites: height/weight/body fat standards, passing a current PFT and worldwide deployability.
This is a blanket exception to reenlistment prerequisites and does not re- quire a waiver. 4104. COMMANDING OFFICER’S CERTIFICATION. The Commanding Officer’s certification in the reenlistment request verifies to the CMC (MMEA-6) that the Marine meets all reenlistment prerequisites. If the Marine does not meet a prerequisite, and a waiver is being requested, the certification should be “No”, with an explanation in the CO’s comments. 4105. WAIVER OF REENLISTMENT PREREQUISITES 1. The CMC is authorized to grant waivers of certain reenlistment prerequisites.
Requests for reenlistment from Marines who require a waiver of a reenlistment prerequisite must be endorsed by the commanding general prior to being sent to the CMC (MMEA-6). The following may be waived: a. Court-martial conviction. b. Conviction by civil authorities. MCI 8421 A-3 Appendix A c. More than two non-judicial punishments. d. Less than a high school graduate or alternate credential holder. e. Guilty of DUI/DWI. 2. Extensions of enlistment do not require waivers except when they involve service limits. MCI 8421 A-4 Appendix A APPENDIX B MARADMIN 368/03 MCBUL 7220.
FISCAL YEAR 2004 (FY04) SELECTIVE REENLISTMENT BONUS. PAGE 1 OF 6 MARADMIN 368/03 Date signed: 08/14/2003 MARADMIN Number: 368/03 R 1409472 AUG 03 FM CMC WASHINGTON DC(uc) TO AL MARADMIN(uc) BT UNCLASSIFIED MARADMIN 368/03 MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC/MPP-20// SUBJ/MCBUL 7220. FISCAL YEAR 2004 (FY04) SELECTIVE REENLISTMENT /BONUS (SRB) PROGRAM// REF/A/DOC/CMC (MPP-24)/07MAY1990// REF/B/DOC/CMC (MMEA)/02MAR1998// NARR/REF A IS MCO 7220. 24M, REF B IS MCO P1040. 31H// GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. PURPOSE. THIS BULLETIN ANNOUNCES THE SRBMULTIPLES FOR THE FY04 SRB PROGRAM AND PROVIDES ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE FOR SRB PROGRAM MANAGEMENT.
THE PURPOSE OF THE SRB PROGRAM IS TO ASSIST THE MARINE CORPS IN RETAINING THE BEST MARINES IN OUR CRITICAL AND SHORT MOS’S. 2. ACTION. COMMANDING OFFICERS WILL BE GUIDED BY REF A AND THE PROVISIONS OF THIS BULLETIN IN THE COMPUTATION OF SRB AWARDS FOR MARINES WITH A DATE OF REENLISTMENT ON OR AFTER 1 OCT 2003. REF B DEFINES REENLISTMENT ELIGIBILITY. A. EXPIRATION OF CURRENT CONTRACT (ECC) ELIGIBILITY. SRB REENLISTMENTS ARE LIMITED TO ZONE B AND ZONE C MARINES WHO ARE WITHIN 12 MONTHS OF THEIR ECC. AS AN EXCEPTION, MARINES MORE THAN 12
MONTHS FROM ECC WHO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO COMPLY WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION ORDERS WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR AN SRB WHEN SPECIFICALLY APPROVED FOR REENLISTMENT VIA MESSAGE BY CMC (MMEA6). ECC IS TO BE USED VICE END OF ACTIVE SERVICE (EAS) AS A RESULT OF STOP LOSS ENTRIES MADE TO MARINES’ EAS. ZONE A MARINES MUST REENLIST IN THE FY OF THEIR ECC. REF B REFERS. B. SRB MULTIPLES. THE MULTIPLES LISTED BELOW BECOME EFFECTIVE FOR MARINES WITH A DATE OF REENLISTMENT ON OR AFTER 1 OCT 2003. SRB FUNDS ARE LIMITED AND WILL BE DISBURSED TO MARINES UNTIL THEY ARE DEPLETED.
IT IS THE INTENTION OF HQMC TO CONCLUDE THE SRB PROGRAM (SRBP) ON 31 JAN 2004. IF SRBP FUNDING EXISTS AFTER 31 JAN 2004, THE SRBP WILL BE EXTENDED FURTHER INTO THE SECOND QUARTER OF FY04. IF SRB FUNDS ARE OBLIGATED FASTER THAN CURRENTLY PLANNED, HQMC WILL TERMINATE THE PROGRAM BEFORE 31 JAN 2004. COMMANDERS WILL BE ADVISED 30 DAYS IN ADVANCE IF SRBP TERMINATION WILL BE EARLIER THAN 31 JAN 2004. SKILLS NOT LISTED ARE CONSIDERED TO HAVE A ZERO MULTIPLE. C. ZONE A APPLIES TO THOSE MARINES WITH 17 MONTHS TO 6 YEARS OF ACTIVE MARINE CORPS SERVICE. ZONE B APPLIES TO THOSE MARINES WITH 6 TO 10 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE.
ZONE C APPLIES TO THOSE MARINES WITH 10 TO 14 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE. MARINES WITH GREATER THAN 14 YEARS OF TOTAL ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE A SRB PAYMENT. WHEN COMPUTING THE 6 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE FOR ZONE A ELIGIBILITY, THE PRIOR ACTIVE SERVICE OF FTAP MARINES SERVED IN ANY OTHER MILITARY DEPARTMENT IS EXCLUDED AND ONLY ACTIVE SERVICE IN THE MARINE CORPS IS INCLUDED. THIS EXCLUSION DOES NOT APPLY, HOWEVER TO THE 14 YEAR SERVICE CAP ON A MARINE’S ELIGIBILITY WHICH CONSIDERS HIS OR HER TOTAL ACTIVE SERVICE.
ALL ACTIVE DUTY TIME SERVED, REGARDLESS OF U. S. MILITARY BRANCH SERVED IN, IS TO BE USED IN DETERMINING ZONE B AND ZONE C STATUS. D. MARINES WITH EXACTLY 6 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE ON THE DATE OF REENLISTMENT MAY BE PAID A ZONE A BONUS IF THEY HAVE NOT PREVIOUSLY RECEIVED A ZONE A BONUS. IF THEY HAVE RECEIVED A ZONE A BONUS, OR IF NO ZONE A MCI Course 0084 B-1 Appendix B APPENDIX B MARADMIN 368/03 BONUS IS DESIGNATED, THEY MAY BE PAID A ZONE B BONUS. MARINES WITH EXACTLY 10 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE ON THE DATE OF REENLISTMENT MAY BE PAID A ZONE B BONUS IF THEY HAVE NOT PREVIOUSLY RECEIVED A ZONE B BONUS.
IF THEY HAVE RECEIVED A ZONE B BONUS, OR IF NO ZONE B BONUS IS DESIGNATED, THEY MAY BE PAID A ZONE C BONUS. E. ADDITIONAL OBLIGATED SERVICE BEYOND 16 YEARS OF ACTIVE SERVICE MAY NOT BE USED IN COMPUTING SRB DOLLAR AMOUNTS. F. USMC BONUS PAYMENT POLICY: THE ZONE A SRB MULTIPLES WILL NOT INCREASE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR. HQMC HAS MADE EVERY EFFORT TO MAINTAIN EQUITY AND CONSISTENCY IN THE OFFERED SRB MULTIPLES FOR ALL ZONES. BECAUSE B AND C ZONE MARINES ARE ELIGIBLE TO REENLIST 365 DAYS PRIOR TO THEIR ECC, THEY ARE NOT CONSTRAINED TO A FISCAL YEAR TO MAKE THE REENLISTMENT DECISION.
THEREFORE, ALTHOUGH EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO MAINTAIN CONSISTENCY IN ZONES B AND C WITH THIS INITIAL SRB OFFERING, HQMC MAY CHANGE ZONE B AND C MULTIPLES DURING FY04. REENLISTMENT ELIGIBLE CAREERISTS SHOULD NOT WAIT ON A POSSIBLE SRBP EXTENSION BEYOND 31 JAN 2004 TO REENLIST FOR A SRB. G. THREE KEY ELEMENTS OF THE FY04 SRB PROGRAM ARE: (1) LUMP SUM PAYMENT. IN FY04, ALL MARINES WILL BE REQUIRED TO RECEIVE 100 PERCENT OF THE REENLISTMENT BONUS IN ONE LUMP SUMPAYMENT. NO 50 PERCENT UP FRONT PAYMENTS WILL BE AUTHORIZED. (2) 48 MONTHS OF SRB OPTION IN ZONES A, B, AND C.
THE DOLLAR SRB CONTRACT AMOUNT IS IMPACTED BY THE NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL OBLIGATED MONTHS OF SERVICE WHICH THE MARINE REENLISTS FOR. BY REENLISTING FOR MORE MONTHS, A MARINE’S CONTRACT AMOUNT WILL INCREASE. IN FY04, MARINES WILL HAVE THE OPTION TO REENLIST FOR A FULL 48 MONTHS OF SRB. MARINES WILL NOT BE PENALIZED FINANCIALLY FOR REENLISTING EARLY. FOR EXAMPLE, IF A MARINE’S EAS IS ON 1 AUG 2004 AND THE MARINE REENLISTS ON 1 OCT 2003, THE MARINE WILL BE ABLE TO REENLIST BETWEEN 48 MONTHS (NEW EAS 1 OCT 2003) AND 58 MONTHS (NEW EAS 1 AUG 2008).
IF THE MARINE CHOOSES TO REENLIST FOR 48 MONTHS IN THIS EXAMPLE, THE REENLISTMENT LENGTH OF HIS/HER SRB CALCULATION WOULD BE 38 MONTHS (48 MONTH CONTRACT LENGTH MINUS 10 MONTHS OF OBLIGATED SERVICE REMAINING UNDER INITIAL CONTRACT). IF THE MARINE CHOOSES TO REENLIST FOR 58 MONTHS IN THIS EXAMPLE, THE REENLISTMENT LENGTH OF HIS/HER SRB CALCULATION WOULD BE 48 MONTHS (58 MONTH CONTRACT LENGTH MINUS 10 MONTHS OF OBLIGTED SERVICE REMAINING UNDER INITIAL CONTRACT).
IN THIS EXAMPLE, THE MARINE WOULD HAVE THE OPTION TO REENLIST FOR A CONTRACT LENGTH (IN UNITS OF MONTHS) ANYWHERE BETWEEN 48 AND 58 MONTHS. (3) SRB PAYMENT CAPS. FOR FY04, ZONE A PAYMENT CAPS REMAIN AT 30,000 DOLLARS AND ZONE B AND C PAYMENT CAPS REMAIN AT 35,000 DOLLARS. H. RECOUPMENT POLICY. (1) MARINES WHO RECEIVE A SRB PAYMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO SERVE IN A BILLET REQUIRING THE MOS FOR WHICH HE/SHE RECEIVED THE BONUS PAYMENT UNLESS HE/SHE SERVES IN AN AUTHORIZED OUT-OF-SKILL ASSIGNMENT OR A WAIVER IS GRANTED BY CMC (MMEA-8).
FAILURE TO COMPLETE THIS REQUIREMENT WILL RESULT IN RECOUPMENT OF THE UNEARNED PORTION OF THE MARINE’S BONUS AS STATED IN DOD 7000. 14R FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION VOLUME 7A. (2) IN OUR ENLISTED TO OFFICER PROGRAMS, MARINE CORPS RECOUPMENT POLICY WILL DIFFER FROM DOD 7000. 14R VOLUME 7A. MARINES SELECTED FOR WARRANT OFFICER, MECAP, OR BOOST PROGRAMS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY BACK ANY UNEARNED PORTION (PRORATED) OF THEIR LUMP SUM SRB PAYMENT IF THEY SERVE LESS THAN TWO YEARS IN THEIR SRB MOS.
AFTER SERVING TWO YEARS IN HIS/HER SRB MOS, NO RECOUPMENT IS REQUIRED OF A MARINE ACCEPTED FOR A COMMISSIONING PROGRAM. AS STATED IN DOD 7000. 14R SECTION 090201 PAR E, NUMBER 4, MEMBERS WHO REENLIST OR EXTEND TO GAIN SUFFICIENT OBLIGATED SERVICE TO PARTICIPATE IN A PROGRAM MCI Course 0084 B-2 Appendix B APPENDIX B MARADMIN 368/03 LEADING TO A COMMISSIONED OR WARRANT OFFICER STATUS ARE NOT ENTITLED TO AN SRB. I. CAREER RETENTION SPECIALIST MAY OBTAIN AN UPDATED VERSION OF THE “STATEMENT OF UNDERSTNDING” (SOU) FROM REF A BY CONTACTING MMEA6. J. SKILLS NOT LISTED HAVE NO MULTIPLES.
PMOS A ZONE B ZONE C ZONE 0211 4 3 3 0231 5 1 1 0241 3 1 1 0261 4 3 2 0311 1 0 0 0313 1 0 0 0321 2 0 0 0331 1 0 0 0341 1 0 0 0351 1 0 0 0352 1 0 0 0411 1 0 0 0431 1 0 0 0451 1 1 1 0481 1 0 0 0491 0 2 2 0511 4 0 0 0612 1 0 0 0613 5 1 1 0619 0 0 2 0621 1 0 0 0627 3 1 0 0629 0 0 2 0651 1 0 0 0659 0 1 1 0681 0 3 3 0689 0 3 3 0811 1 0 0 0842 1 0 0 0844 1 0 0 0847 1 0 0 0848 0 1 1 0861 1 3 3 1161 1 0 0 1349 0 1 1 1812 1 1 1 1833 1 0 0 2111 1 0 0 2131 1 0 0 2141 1 1 1 2146 1 0 0 2147 1 1 1 2161 2 0 0 2171 1 0 0 2311 2 0 0 2336 2 3 2 2621 1 1 1 MCI Course 0084 B-3 Appendix B APPENDIX B MARADMIN 368/03
PMOS 2631 2651 2671 2673 2674 2676 2822 2831/32 2834 2844/62 2846/62 2847/62 2871 2874 2881 2887 3441 3451 4341 4429 4671 5711 5811 5821 5937/39 5942/48 5952 5953 5954 5974/62 5979/63 6046 6048 6062 6072 6073 6092 6112 6113 6114 6116 6122 6123 6124 6152 6153 6154 6156 6172 6173 6174 A ZONE 1 1 1 5 1 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 3 0 0 4 0 0 4 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 3 2 1 1 2 2 0 1 B ZONE 1 2 3 4 2 3 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 C ZONE 1 2 3 4 2 3 1 2 3 2 2 2 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 MCI Course 0084
B-4 Appendix B APPENDIX B MARADMIN 368/03 PMOS 6176 6212 6213 6216 6217 6222 6223 6226 6227 6252 6253 6256 6257 6276 6283 6286 6287 6312 6313 6314 6316 6317 6322 6323 6324 6326 6332 6333 6336 6337 6386 6412 6413 6414 6423 6432 6433 6434 6461 6462 6463 6464 6466 6467 6482 6483 6484 6492 6493 6531 6541 A ZONE 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 3 2 1 1 5 2 0 4 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 B ZONE 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 2 4 1 2 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 C ZONE 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 2 4 1 2 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 4 0 1 3 0 0
MCI Course 0084 B-5 Appendix B APPENDIX B MARADMIN 368/03 PMOS 6821/42 6842 7011 7212 7234/36 7242 7257 7314 7372 7382 8412 A ZONE 3 0 0 0 3 1 3 3 3 1 0 B ZONE 4 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 0 0 2 C ZONE 4 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 0 0 2 3. LATERAL MOVES. NO OTHER LATERAL MOVE REENLISTMENTS ARE AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE AN SRB THAN THOSE MOS(S) LISTED IN THIS PARAGRAPH. A. FIRST TERM ZONE A MARINES WHO REENLIST AS A PART OF THE FIRST TERM ALIGNMENT PLAN (FTAP) AND AGREE TO LATERALLY MOVE TO MOS’S 0211, 0241, 2336, 2834, 4429, OR 5821 ARE AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE THE CORRESPONDING SRB MULTIPLE IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF THEIR REENLISTMENT.
MARINES LATERALLY MOVING INTO THE ABOVE MOS’S AND MOS(S) 2823 AND 8421 WILL NOT REQUIRE THEIR CURRENT MOS TO BE CLOSED OUT AT THE FTAP PRIOR TO REQUESTING A LATERAL MOVE BOAT SPACE. SRB PAYMENT WILL NOT BE MADE AT THE TIME OF REENLISTMENT BUT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF MOS TRAINING AND SUBSEQUENT AWARD OF THE MOS. MARINES WHO ARE IN TRAINING BEYOND 30 SEP 2004 WILL BE AUTHORIZED THE SRB PAYMENT UPON BEING AWARDED THE NEW MOS. B. ANY REENLISTMENT ELIGIBLE MARINE IN SRB ZONES A, B, AND C, HOLDING CH-46 MOS(S) 6112, 6152, 6172, OR 6322 WILL RATE THE MV22 MOS.
SPECIFICALLY, 6112 TO 6116, 6152 TO 6156, 6172 TO 6176, AND 6322 TO 6326. 4. FIRST TERM MARINES WHO HAVE BEEN PROMOTED OUT OF THEIR TRADITIONAL “FIRST-TERMER” MOS QUALIFY FOR THE SRB MULTIPLE OF THEIR PRIOR TRADITIONAL FTAP MOS IF ONE IS OFFERED. FOR EXAMPLE, IF A FIRST TERM MARINE HOLDING MOS 0311 IS PROMOTED TO SSGT (AND THUS IS RE-DESIGNATED AN 0369) PRIOR TO REENLISTING, HE QUALIFIES FOR THE 0311 SRB MULTIPLE AND WILL COUNT FOR AN 0311 FTAP BOAT SPACE. 5. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT APPLICABLE TO THE MARINE CORPS RESERVE. 6. THIS BULLETIN CANCELS ON 31 JAN 2004. / MCI Course 0084 B-6 Appendix B APPENDIX C Lateral Move Program Page Excerpts Excerpt from page 4, MCO 1220. 5J, Enlisted Lateral Move Program: MCO 1220. 5J 5 Apr 93 determine whether a “true” shortage exists, the Enlisted Assignments Branch will determine, using the Enlisted Promotion Tempo Report, whether the grade/MOS is by definition a short careerist grade/MOS. Careerist lateral moves should be limited to meeting the critical manpower needs of the Marine Corps and will not normally be approved from a short to a short careerist grade/MOS.
Most “balancing” of MOSs will be done at the first term reenlistment point. This also helps ensure maximum return on training resources. c. Marines Who Do Not Complete Training Requirements for Their New Lateral Move MOS. Marines who do not complete the training requirements for their new lateral move MOS will not automatically be allowed to revert to their original PMOS. These Marines will be classified and assigned based on the needs of the Marine Corps except in the case of FTAP lateral moves in which case the reenlistment contract is contingent upon completion of the training requirements.
The CMC (MMEA) retains the prerogative to not honor the reenlistment contract for those Marines who fail to complete training incident to an FTAP lateral move. d. Lateral Moves for Prior Service Personnel. Reenlistment of prior service personnel will only be approved for those individuals who already have the training in a PMOS for e. Obligated Service (1) Marines conducting a voluntary lateral move are subject to the obligated service requirements specified in reference (b). Marines must incur the obligated service prior to reporting for training.
Obligated service requirements for lateral moves take precedence over obligated service requirements for career progression training. The following obligated service requirements pertain to MOSs for which no specific obligation is shown in reference (b). (a) Twenty-four months remaining obligated service upon completion of a formal school program which is less than 19 weeks in duration. (b) Thirty-six months remaining obligated service upon completion of a formal school program which is 19 weeks or greater in duration. 4 MCI Course 0084 C-1
Appendix C APPENDIX C Lateral Move Program Page Excerpts Excerpt from page 3-178, MCO 1200. 7Y: 11. MOS 2844, Ground Communications Organizational Repairer (Sgt to Pvt) a. Summary. Ground communications organizational repairers are trained to perform organizational level maintenance on ground common radio equipment, ground common telephone equipment, switchboards, peripheral devices, and related equipment used by ground and aviation forces. They are also trained to troubleshoot communications systems to ensure reliable service to users.
Typical duties include organizational level repairs and alignments to ground common radio and telephone equipment, antenna repairs, requisitioning of parts, completing equipment repairs orders, and providing technical assistance during the installation of ground communications systems. b. Requirements/Prerequisistes (1) Must possess an EL score of 115 or higher. (2) Complete the Ground Communications Organizational Repair Course. (3) Complete 1 year of high school algebra. (4) Must be eligible for a secret security clearance. (5) Must have normal color vision. 6) Must be a U. S. citizen. Excerpt from page 3-456, MCO 1200. 7Y: 10. MOS 7257, Air Traffic Controller (GySgt to Pvt) a. Summary. Air traffic controllers routinely perform various duties and tasks related to the control of air traffic and vehicles within the designated areas aboard an established airport control zone, expeditionary airfield, or remote area landing site. These duties are performed within control towers, radar facilities, and expeditionary air traffic control equipment. b. Requirements/Prerequisites (1) Must possess a GT score of 105 or higher. 2) Must meet the physical requirements per NAVMED P-117, chapter 15, article 65, para 7(w) and pass a medical examination. (3) Must possess normal color vision. MCI Course 0084 C-2 Appendix C APPENDIX D Special Duty Assignments and Excerpts from MCO P1326. 6_ An excerpt from page 2, MCO P1326. 6_: a. Commanding Officer (1) The commanding officer (CO) plays the most important role in the screening process. The CO is responsible for the initial screening (personal interview) of his/her Marines. The CO has access to the Marine’s records, financial information, and other current information not available to HQMC.
The CO must be at least a Battalion or Squadron level commander with Courts Martial Authority, or an Officer in Charge with message releasing authority. Appendixes A through J are provided for the CO to report specific information, allowing HQMC to make the best assignment. This cannot be delegated . An excerpt from page 3, MCO P1326. 6_: 6. Application a. Submit applications for special duty or independent duty assignments to the CMC (Code MMEA) via the chain of command. Applications may be submitted by administrative action form (NAVMC 10274 (Rev. 3-93)) or naval message. b.
Marines serving overseas or in an assignment with a fixed tour length should apply for a special duty or an independent duty assignment 6 to 8 months prior to current tour completion. Specific application requirements for Marine Security Guard volunteers are addressed in Chapter 4. An excerpt from page 1-3, MCO P1326. 6_: a. Promotion Prospects. A noncommissioned officer who has successfully served a tour as a drill instructor, recruiter, Marine Security Guard detachment commander or in a Marine Corps Security Force leadership billet is regarded as highly qualified for promotion.
The following statement is included in the briefing instructions to the Staff Noncommissioned Officer Selection Boards convened at Headquarters Marine Corps. Marines who have passed the rigid screening process for assignment, undergone the rigorous training requirements for the duty, and successfully completed a demanding assignment as a drill instructor or recruiter have indicated that they possess, to a high degree, the qualifications considered necessary for promotion. Unless there is evidence to the contrary as a result of other assignments, a Marine who has uccessfully completed an assignment as a drill instructor or recruiter will be considered as highly qualified for promotion to the next higher grade. Successful performance while assigned to the same highly demanding Marine Security Guard or Marine Corps Security Force duty will be given the same consideration. Corporals (and Lance Corporals assigned to MSG school) will have 100 points added to their composite score upon completion of drill instructor, recruiter, and Marine Security Guard school. MCI Course 0084 D-1 Appendix D APPENDIX D Special Duty Assignments and Excerpts from MCO P1326. _ An excerpt from page 2-3, MCO P1326. 6_: 2002. ELIGIBILITY. Marines requesting drill instructor duty must be a career Marine and have a minimum of 24 months obligated service to be considered for this assignment. Career Marines may not be eligible for drill instructor duty if they have previously been screened for recruiting duty and found disqualified. Requests will be evaluated on a caseby-case basis. MCI Course 0084 D-2 Appendix D APPENDIX E Duty Station Preferences An excerpt from page 1-9, MCO P1300. 8_ MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT POLICY 1106 3) Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River. (4) MCAS El Toro and MCAS Tustin. (5) MCRD Parris Island and MCAS Beaufort. (6) MCRD San Diego, Coronado, and North Island. (7) MCC’s on Okinawa if the Marine’s work site does not change or changes only one housing zone, i. e. , southern to central, central to northern, etc. (8) MCC’s within the Norfolk area. (9) MCC’s on Oahu, Hawaii. 3. Other low cost PCs and PCA orders, not to exceed 150 miles, and waivers to the above, may be authorized on a case-by-case basis by the CMC (MMOA/MMEA as appropriate). 4. REENLISTMENTS.
Marines receiving retention on station as their reenlistment incentive are guaranteed that they will not be transferred for a 1year period from their present geographic location code. Retention on station for career Marines will begin upon 3 years on station or the date of reenlistment, whichever occurs later. 1105. ASSIGNMENT OF FIRST TERM MARINES. See Chapter 4. 1106. RETIREMENT/TRANSFER TO FMCR 1. Retirement eligible Marines must serve a minimum of 2 years at the new CONUS duty station before retirement. The preceding does not apply to involuntary retirements. 2.
Marines eligible to retire/transfer to the FMCR who are issued PCS orders, but who do not accept the orders, must request to retire/transfer to the FMCR. The effective date for the retirement/transfer to the FMCR may not be later than the last day of the month the Marine would otherwise arrive at the next assignment or upon completion of any obligated service, whichever is earlier. MCI Course 0084 E-1 Appendix E (This page intentionally left blank. ) MCI Course 0084 E-2 Appendix E APPENDIX F FY 2005 Boatspace Report Excerpt SAMPLE FY 2005 Boatspace Report (partial list) FTAP FTAP Remain Apprv Exec BS 1 0 2 0 2 0 32 2 4 6 2 4 7 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 3 1 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 113 196 20 23 25 15 0 276 20 17 60 78 45 21 29 29 4 13 9 27 6 7 128 11 0 3 29 34 2 27 2 14 2 15 13 14 4 19 10 29 31 4 0 0 1 28 50 21 7 180 27 46 58 32 15 56 19 30 2 23 2 43 3 10 106 16 2 7 30 26 8 50 1 18 0 11 0 12 6 5 1 20 33 1 MOS 0121 0151 0161 0211 0231 0241 0261 0311 0313 0321 0331 0341 0351 0352 0411 0431 0451 0481 0511 0612 0613 0614 0621 0622 0626 0627 0651 0656 0689 0811 0842 0844 0847 0861 1141 1142 1161 1171 1316 1341 1345 1361 FTAP Pend 1 11 0 0 3 0 0 25 0 2 4 1 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 15 3 0 1 1 4 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 5 0 8 1 3 2 0 FTAP Quota 113 197 21 53 75 38 7 488 49 67 124 112 64 84 48 62 7 36 11 71 9 17 238 29 2 10 61 60 10 79 3 35 3 27 16 27 13 24 11 49 65 5 MCI Course 0084 F-1 Appendix F (This page intentionally left blank. ) MCI Course 0084 F-2 Appendix F APPENDIX G Benefits of Membership in Selected Marine Corps Reserve The following is an excerpt from MCO 1001. 39_, Counseling Of Enlisted Personnel Being Separated From Active Duty In The Regular Marine Corps Concerning Participation In The Marine Corps Reserve. b.
Benefits of membership in the MCR: (1) SMCR opportunities, to include participation as Individual Mobilization Augmentees. (2) MOS training, educational opportunities, and special projects. (3) Pay, promotions, and incentive programs. (4) Life insurance (SGLI). (5) Travel possibilities and space available air transportation. (6) Exchange and commissary privileges. (7) Reserve retirement. (8) Medical benefits, when applicable. (9) Mobilization Training Units. (10) Active duty with the Active Reserve (AR) program. MCI Course 0084 G-1 Appendix G (This page intentionally left blank. ) MCI Course 0084 G-2 Appendix G
APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes 6007 Code1 RE-1A ENLISTED CAREER PLANNING AND RETENTION MANUAL When Assigned Recommended and eligible Remarks No restriction to reenlistment. Meets all prerequisites, includes those Marines discharged at EAS while pregnant who would otherwise be eligible. For corporals/sergeants with satisfactory performance records. Released at EAS due to ECFC. Assigned by CMC to Marines requesting retention who are eligible for retention, meet generally acceptable standards, and are denied further service by CMC. Recommended and eligible for reenlistment at time of transfer to FMCR.
Not eligible for reenlistment. For disability or transfer to the Temporary Disa bility Retirement List(TDRL) assign RE-3P. RE-1B Recommended, eligible and requested retention but denied retention by CMC. May only be assigned by CMC. RE-1C Recommended and eligible career Marines meeting generally acceptable standards and denied further service. RE-2A Transferred to FMCR prior to reaching maximum service limitation for grade. Retired. RE-2B Figure 6-2–Reenlistment Eligibility Codes. 1 Reenlistment Eligibility code page excerpts are taken from chapter 6, MCO P1040. _. MCI Course 0084 H-1 Appendix H
APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes 6-15 6007 Code RE-2C ENLISTED CAREER PLANNING AND RETENTION MANUAL When Assigned Transferred to FMCR at maximum service limitation for grade. Failure to meet general technical score prerequisite. Assign when single disqualifying factor. Remarks Not eligible for reenlistment at time of transfer to FMCR. Recommended by CO upon removal of disqualifying factor. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual must sign the SRB entry.
CMC authority required for reenlistment. RE-3A RE-3B * ` RE-3C * When there is a military or civil record of inservice illegal drug involvement prior to 31 Aug 92 and there is potential for further service. When directed by CMC or when not eligible and disqualifying factor is not covered by any other code. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment. Recommended by CO upon disqualifying factor. required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign SBR entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment. RE-3E *
Failure to meet education Standards. Assign when Single disqualifying factor only. Figure 6-2. –Reenlistment Eligibility Codes–Continued. MCI Course 0084 H-2 Appendix H APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes 6-16 ENLISTED CAREER PLANNING AND RETENTION MANUAL Code RE-3F * When Assigned Failure to complete recruit training. Remarks SRB entry required stating reason for assignment, to include women Marines discharged due to pregnancy prior to completing recruit training. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment. Assign when discharged pursuant to MCO P1900. 6, MARCORSEPMAN, chapter 6. SRB entry required stating reason reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment. RE-3H * Hardship discharge. Figure 6-2. –Reenlistment Eligibility Codes–Continued. MCI Course 0084 H-3 Appendix H APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes 6-17 ENLISTED CAREER PLANNING AND RETENTION MANUAL Code RE-3N * When Assigned Pregnancy, single parenthood. Remarks A female Marine discharged prior to her her EAS for pregnancy or a Marine separated while in a sole parent status. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment.
Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment. SRB page 11 entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign entry and be afforded the opportunity to submit a statement. Forward signed copies of page 11 entry and statement (if any) to CMC (MMSB). Refer to MCO 1300. 8. This code may only be assigned by CMC and is not to be assigned to first-term Marines. Marines assigned this code are not eligible for promotion, reenlistment, commissioning or warrant officer programs, special pay,education programs, or involuntary separation pay.
RE-3O * Refused to extend or reenlist to deploy or to incur obligated service for orders received. Figure 6-2. –Reenlistment Eligibility Codes–Continued. MCI Course 0084 H-4 Appendix H APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes 6-18 ENLISTED CAREER PLANNING AND RETENTION MANUAL Code RE-3P * When Assigned Failure to meet physical/ medical standards(includes pseudofolliculitis and weight standards). Remarks Recommended by CO upon removal of disqualifying factor. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. CMC authority required for reenlistment.
Marine is recommended and eligible for reenlistment. Assigned when Marine meets eligibility criteria established in ALMAR announcing programs. This is a voluntary separation used to effect the military drawdown. SRB entry is required stating Marine agrees to separate between window established by ALMAR and Marine must sign a written agreement to serve in the IRR for 3 years. CMC approval required for reenlistment. RE-3S * The Marine is approved for separation and receives the Special Separation Benefit (SSB), lump sum payment. May only be assigned by CMC. Figure 6-2. -Reenlistment Eligibility Codes–Continued. MCI Course 0084 H-5 Appendix H APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes 6-19 ENLISTED CAREER PLANNING AND RETENTION MANUAL Code RE 3V * When Assigned The Marine is approved for voluntary separation and receives the Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI), annuity payment. Remarks Same criteria established for SSB program (above) except Marine must sign agreement to serve in the IRR for the duration of the VSI payment period. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry.
This code may be assigned in lieu of any RE-3 code (except RE-3B and RE-3F) if the Marine’s performance warrants and the reason can be documented. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry. RE-4 * Not recommended for reenlistment. RE-4B * Assign when there is a military or civil record of in-service illegal drug involvement and there is no potential for further service. NOTE: A reenlistment eligibility code of RE-3 is by definition considered recommended but not eligible for reenlistment for the reason indicated by the designated letter.
Refer to the IRAM for appropriate page 11 entry MCI Course 0084 H-6 Appendix H APPENDIX H Reenlistment Eligibility Codes Code RE 3V * When Assigned The Marine is approved for voluntary separation and receives the Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI), annuity payment. Remarks Same criteria established for SSB program (above) except Marine must sign agreement to serve in the IRR for the duration of the VSI payment period. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB entry.
This code may be assigned in lieu of any RE-3 code (except RE-3B and RE-3F) if the Marine’s performance warrants and the reason can be documented. SRB entry required stating reason for assignment. Individual Marine must sign the SRB service. RE-4 * Not recommended for reenlistment. RE-4B * Assign when there is a military or civil record of in-service illegal drug involvement and there is no potential for further entry. MCI Course 0084 H-7 Appendix H (This page intentionally left blank. ) MCI Course 0084 H-8 Appendix H APPENDIX I Career Planning Contact Record (1133) CAREER PLANNING CONTACT RECORD (1133) NAVMC 10213 (REV. 5 -97) (EF) (Previous editions are obsolete) SN: 0109-LF-063-2501 INSTRUCTIONS: Forms will be completed in accordance with MCO P1040. 31_ PART I – PERSONAL DATA NAME ORGANIZATION PMOS BMOS DCTB SSN GRADE AFADBD FY/CATEGORY DOR EAS RTD PART II – INITIAL INTERVIEW CAREER PLANNER’S INITIAL INTERVIEW SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW _______________________________________ CAREER PLANNER (Signature and Date) ___________________________________________ MARINE (Signature and Date) PART III – FTAP INTERVIEW A. CAREER PLANNER’S FTAP INTERVIEW SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW ___________________________________________
CAREER PLANNER (Signature and Date) RELM SUBMITTED YES NO DATE LENGTH REQUESTED _____ 24 36 48 60 72 ______________________________________________________ MARINE (Signature and Date) INCENTIVE (SRBP, ETC… )/ APPLICABLE MARADMIN B. COMMANDING OFFICER’S FTAP INTERVIEW SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW _______________________________________________________ MARINE (Signature and Date) RECOMMENDED FOR REENLISTMENT YES NO (If not initially recommended for reenlistment, re-interview prior to EAS for possible improved recommendation) MCCRP MAR COMMANDING OFFICER (Signature and Grade) DATE of INTV
MCI Course 0084 I-1 Appendix I NAVMC 10213 (REV. 5-97) PAGE 2 NAME PART IV – EAS INTERVIEW A. CAREER PLANNER’S EAS INTERVIEW SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW RELM SUBMITTED YES NO TYPE DISCHARGE DATE RECOMMENDED RE CODE LENGTH REQUESTED ______ 24 36 48 60 72 CAREER PLANNER’S SIGNATURE/DATE INCENTIVE (SRBP,ETC… )/ APPLICABLE MARADMIN MARINE’S SIGNATURE/DATE B. COMMANDING OFFICER’S EAS INTERVIEW SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW ________________________________________________ MARINE (Signature and Date) RECOMMENDED FOR REENLISTMENT RECOMMENDED RE CODE YES NO COMMANDING OFFICER’S (SIGNATURE/GRADE) DATE OF INTERVIEW
PART V – UNSCHEDULED INTERVIEW SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW RELM SUBMITTED YES NO DATE LENGTH REQUESTED ______ 24 36 48 60 72 INCENTIVE (SRBP, ETC… )/ APPLICABLE MARADMIN SUMMARY OF INTERVIEW RECOMMENDED FOR REENLISTMENT YES NO COMMANDING OFFICER’S (SIGNATURE/GRADE) INTEVIEW DATE MARINE’S INITIALS MCI Course 0084 I-2 Appendix I APPENDIX J Route Sheet Example MCI Course 0084 J-1 Appendix J APPENDIX J Route Sheet Example MCI Course 0084 J-2 Appendix J APPENDIX J Route Sheet Example MCI Course 0084 J-3 Appendix J APPENDIX J Route Sheet Example MCI Course 0084
J-4 Appendix J APPENDIX K RELM Request When available, the CRS should use the current most preferred method of electronic submission. As of this writing, that is the Total Force Retention System (TFRS), and MCO P1040. 31_ provides instructions for submission through TFRS. However, TFRS operation frequently changes, and there may be greater changes in the future. For the purpose of MCI testing and lesson challenges, you will prepare RELM requests using the Naval Message format, which lists the essential information needed for any submission. If TFRS is navailable, the alternate means is the Defense Message System (DMS) in the form of a Naval Message. Naval Message format for RELM request FM SUBMITTING COMMAND TO CMC WASHINGTON DC//MMEA-6// INFO CHAIN OF COMMAND//CARPLAN// BT UNCLAS //NO1040// SUBJ//REENL/EXTENL (AS APPROPRIATE) 1. THE FOLLOWING INFO IS PROVIDED: A. LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI B. SSN/MOS (S) C. GRADE/DOR D. EAS/AFADBD E. ORGANIZATION/MCC/RUC F. TYPE REQUEST (REENL, EXTENL, OR SDA) G. REENL CATEGORY: (F FOR FIRST TERM, C FOR CAREER) H. REENL/EXTENL LENGTH REQUESTED IN MONTHS I.
PFT: (SCORE/1CL, 2CL, 3CL, OR FAIL) DATE TESTED: J. HEIGHT: (INCHES), WEIGHT: (POUNDS) K. LATERAL MOVE: (LIST THREE OCCFLD/MOS CHOICES IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE OR INDICATE N/A. SEE LINE R INSTRUCTIONS) L. LATERAL MOVE DESIRED: (YES, NO, N/A) THE MARINE MUST BE SCREENED FOR ELIGIBILITY PER MCO 1220. 5 FOR THE THREE CHOICES INDICATED. M. CM: NUMBER, TYPE(S), DATE(S) OF COURT MARTIAL OR N/A. IDENTIFY ONLY THOSE AWARDED DURING THE LAST 5 YEARS, WITHIN CURRENT GRADE, OR CURRENT CONTRACT, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. N. NONJUDICIAL PUNISHMENT (NJP): NUMBER, ARTICLE(S) VIOLATED, AND DATE(S) OF NJP, OR N/A.
IDENTIFY ONLY THOSE AWARDED DURING THE LAST 5 YEARS, WITHIN CURRENT GRADE, OR CURRENT CONTRACT, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. O. CIV CONV: NUMBER, TYPE(S), DATE(S) OF CIVILIAN CONVICTION(S), OR N/A. IDENTIFY ONLY THOSE CONVICTIONS WITHIN THE LAST 5 YEARS, WITHIN CURRENT GRADE, OR CURRENT CONTRACT, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. P. PROFICIENCY/CONDUCT: N/A FOR CPL S AND BELOW. FOR SGTS WITH LESS THAN 2 YEARS IN GRADE, PROVIDE AVERAGE IN GRADE PRO/CON AS A CPL. MCI Course 0084 K-1 Appendix K APPENDIX K RELM Request Q. CO’S RECOMMENDATION/CERTIFICATION FOR REENLISTMENT PER PARAGRAPH 4102. 5B, MCO P1040. 31J.
R. REMARKS (THIS SPACE AVAILABLE FOR CO’S/CAREER PLANNERS TO AMPLIFY INFORMATION CONTAINED ABOVE) THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST BE INCLUDED: 1. NAME THE SPECIFIC SDA PROGRAM 2. CAREER PLANNERS NAME/PHONE NUMBER 3. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CM/NJP AND PUNISHMENT IMPOSED (IF APPL) 4. ALT WT AND DATE GRANTED (IF APPL) 5. STATEMENT OF SERVICE FOR ALL MARINES WITH BROKEN TIME OR PRIOR SERVICE OTHER SERVICE (IF APPL) 6. LATERAL MOVE INFORMATION, IF APPLICABLE 7. RESULTS OF SCREENING FOR DI, RCTG, MSG, MARBKS, OR INDEP DUTY (IF APPL) 8. JUSTIFICATION FOR EXTENSION (IF APPL) MCI Course 0084 K-2 Appendix K
APPENDIX L Agreement to Extend Enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a) Example AGREEMENT TO EXTEND ENLISTMENT (1133) NAVMC 321a (REV. 3-93) (EF) (Previous editions will not be used) SN: 0109-LF-062-9200 U/I: PADS OF 100 S 3. SSN 4. COMPONENT USMC USMCR 1. NAME (Last, First, Middle) 2. GRADE 5. CURRENT ENLISTMENT COMMENCED FOR (WORD) 6. CURRENT EXTENSION . COMMENCED FOR (WORD) 7. CURRENT . ENLISTMENT EXPIRES DATE (INDICATE FIRST, SECOND) EXTENSION EXPIRES . YEARS (FIG) YEARS MONTHS (FIG) MONTHS 8. TIME LOST TO BE MADE GOOD DAYS 9. EFFECTIVE DATE THIS EXTENSION . 10. TERM THIS EXTENSION MONTHS (WORD) (FIG) 11.
VOLUNTARY EXTENSION OF CURRENT ENLISTMENT . (INDICATE FIRST, SECOND) MONTHS 12. Specific reason for extending: (Include CMC Auth/DTG or Par/REF) AUTH: REASON: 13. (Applicable if individual is extending to attend a service school. ) I understand that this extension of enlistment will not be canceled in the event I am dropped from the course due to my lack of application or misconduct on my part. 14. I understand that once this extension of enlistment has become effective it cannot be canceled for any reason. Also, I understand extension of enlistment normally count as additional obligated service for SRBP calculations. 5. I understand that under the terms of this extension agreement I will continue to be subject to all the provisions and obligations of my enlistment contract for the period of the extension. 16. I CERTIFY that to the best of my knowledge and belief I have no serious physical defects or illness. SIGNATURE (FIRST NAME) (MIDDLE NAME) (LAST NAME) . 17. Subscribed and sworn to before me this SIGNATURE OF ADMINISTERING OFFICER OFFICIAL day of A. D. (SEE INSTRUCTIONS FOR ITEM 17) . . (IF AN OFFICER OF THE ARMED FORCES, GIVE RANK AND SERVICE) MCI Course 0084 L-1 Appendix L
APPENDIX L Agreement to Extend Enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a) Example ORGANIZATION AND STATION 18. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EXTENSION OF ENLISTMENT PHYSICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED AND COMPLETED SIGNATURE OF MEDICAL OFFICER REFER TO MCO P1040. 31 GRADE AND SERVICE . DATE . FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS ON COMPLETION OF THIS FORM MCI Course 0084 L-2 Appendix L APPENDIX L Agreement to Extend Enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a) Example Instructions for completing the agreement to extend enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a): 1. Complete the agreement before or on the expiration date of enlistment or induction.
An exception is when the Marine is serving involuntary extension; otherwise, it is not valid. 2. Report the execution of the agreement to extend enlistment on the unit diary per MCO P1080. 40, MCTFSPRIM. 3. When the extension is executed, take the following action in regard to lump-sum leave: a. On the first extension of enlistment, the Marine must elect whether to receive payment of lump-sum leave (LSL). If the Marine does not elect payment of LSL, type the following remark on line 12 of the extension of agreement: I do not desire payment of my lump-sum leave. b.
If the Marine has an advance leave balance on the effective date of extension that does not exceed the extensions potential leave accrual or 30 days (whichever is less) and elects not to convert the advance leave balance to excess leave, and the Marine elects not to convert the advance leave balance to excess leave, and the Marine elects to carry forward the advance leave balance to the new period of service, the following statement will be typed on line 12 of the extension agreement: I elect to carry my entire advance leave balance forward to my new period of service. c.
Advise Marines that advance leave not carried forward is charged as excess leave and results in a pay account deduction. d. No page 11 entry is required. 4. Detailed instructions a. Prepare document in duplicate. Both original and duplicate must bear original signatures. Do not sign through carbon paper. b. Any erasures or corrections will necessitate a complete retyping of the form. c. Dates in 6-digit DOD format (e. g. , 020331) or 8-digit format (e. g. , 20020331). d. All typed text will be in capital letters. e. Item 1: Enter full last name, first name, and middle name(s) of the Marine.
These should be the same as item in 1 on the enlistment/reenlistment document. f. Item 2: Enter the Marine’s abbreviated grade (SSGT, GYSGT, etc. ) per MCO P1070. 12, IRAM. g. Item 3: Enter the nine digit SSN of the individual. Separate divisions with a hyphen per MCO P1070. 12, IRAM (e. g. 125-22-2328). h. Item 4: Place an “X” in the appropriate block. i. Item 5: Enter the date when the current enlistment commenced and show its term both by word and figure. j. Item 6: Enter the date when the current extension of enlistment commenced and show its term both by word and figure.
Use this date only if the Marine is currently serving on a voluntary extension of enlistment and is extending for an additional period. k. Item 7: Enter the expiration date of the current enlistment or extension, as appropriate. Place a check in the appropriate box. l. Item 8: Enter, by word, the number of days lost during the current enlistment or extension that must be made up prior to executing this extension. MCI Course 0084 L-3 Appendix L APPENDIX L Agreement to Extend Enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a) Example m. Item 9: Enter the date when this extension will begin.
This should be the day after the Marine’s EAS. n. Item 10: Enter, by word and figure, the length of this extension. o. Item 11: Enter, by word, the number of this extension; i. e. , whether it is the first, second, third, etc. Involuntary extensions are not considered for this entry, nor are cancelled extensions, as listed in paragraph 4201, MCO P1040. 31J. p. Item 12: Enter, in specific terms, the reason for the extension and by what authority. Do not enter the word “none. ” The following are examples of appropriate entries: i. To deploy with (unit designation) ii.
To extend for reason of pregnancy iii. To process RELM Request iv. For assignment to MCC, XXX v. To extend by reason of pregnant wife vi. For assignment to the Basic Electronics Course vii. To qualify for reenlistment viii. For retraining in MOS XXXX q. Items 13 through 15: Self-explanatory. r. Item 16: Marines extending must sign their full name. Both the original and duplicate forms must show original signatures. s. Item 17: The Marine will execute the agreement before an active, reserve or retired commissioned officer (CWO-2 or above) of any component of the Armed Forces of the United States.
Both the original and duplicate will bear the original signature of the officer. Enter organization address (e. g. , HMH-461, MCAS, New River, NC). t. Item 18: An extension does not require a physical examination if the member is currently serving on full duty without physical limitations, unless the medical officer considers an examination warranted. When required, conduct the physical examination just prior to and as near the execution date of the extension agreement as practical.
To complete item #18 of the agreement, the medical officer must check the appropriate box for either physical examination not required or required and completed and then sign on the space provided. Item #18 is not required for one month extensions. In those cases when the member has been approved for transfer to the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve for Retirement and has been certified by a medical officer as physically fit for transfer to FMCR/RET, completion of item #18 is not required. This in no way waives the requirement for the Marine to be physically qualified for retention. 5. Disposition of the completed NAVMC 321A. . Original filed in SRB on top of enlistment contract. b. Duplicate with signature forwarded to CMC (MMSB-20). c. Additional copy kept in the Interview/Reenlistment/Extension (IRE) folder (CRS’ folder on the Marine). MCI Course 0084 L-4 Appendix L APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 MCI Course 0084 M-1 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 MCI Course 0084 M-2 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 MCI Course 0084 M-3 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 MCI Course 0084 M-4 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 1. General Instructions1 a. Use either a natural or all capitalization and spacing format in preparing the form.
Do not mix methods of preparation. Type or word process the document using a ribbon which will produce black impressions capable of rendering each page of the document suitable for reproduction by photographic or other duplicating process. Ensure all copies are legible. All signatures and initials are required on the original only (removal of the carbons is required prior to signature and any required initials). Use black ink for signatures and initials. Take special care to ensure that required items are correctly completed without typewriter strikeovers.
The Marine concerned and the reenlisting officer will initial any erasures or corrections on all copies of the document. Erasures or corrections to item 5 – “Date of Enlistment/Reenlistment,” item 8 – (service period of enlistment, and pay grade), or any item(s) in section D – “Certification and Acceptance” and Section E – “Confirmation of Enlistment or Reenlistment,” are prohibited. Errors in these items will necessitate a complete retype of the document. b. Correct errors discovered after the immediate reenlistment is effected per the instructions contained in chapter 5 of MCO P1070. 2_, IRAM. c. The service representative who accepts the Marine for immediate reenlistment will, prior to signing the completed form, verify typed entries on all copies and explain all applicable parts of the document to the Marine. d. Enter all dates on the DD Form 4 in year, month, day format. Dates will show the last two digits of the year, the two digit month, and the day shown in two digits. For example: 960704. 2. Detailed Instructions. The following preparation instructions apply to immediate reenlistments in the Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve only.
Contracts prepared on initial enlistees at the Military Entrance Processing Stations have separate completion instructions. a. SECTION A – ENLISTEE/REENLISTEE IDENTIFICATION DATA 1. ) Item 1 – Name. Enter full last name (including compound name, if applicable; i. e. , mother’s surname for those Marines who use it in combination with father’s family name), first name, middle name(s), and any suffixes such as Jr. , Sr. , III, etc. If the Marine was given an initial or initials rather than first and/or middle name, enter such initial or initials. If there is no middle name or initial, make no entry for the middle name.
Do not use punctuation of any sort including apostrophes, periods, or hyphens. Spaces will not be inserted between sections of compound names nor used as a substitute for apostrophes or hyphens. For example: i. Freeland Jacqueline Doris ii. Davis JT iii. Loup Michael 1 General Instructions – The procedural text on this and following pages comes from MCO P1070. 12K with change 1, IRAM, paragraph 4003. MCI Course 0084 M-5 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 iv. v. vi. vii. OBrien Anthony Jerome Smith T Richard Brusek John Edward Jr. GonzalesSegarra Humberto Jorge (father’s family name)(mother’s surname) . ) Item 2 – Social Security Number. Enter the nine – digit SSN of the Marine, separating divisions with a hyphen. For example: 123-45-6789. 3. ) Item 3 – Home of Record. Enter street, city, sate, and zip code that the Marine claimed as legal residence/permanent home of record upon entering into a contract for service in the Marine Corps or Marine Corps Reserve. For example: 123 Water Ave, Lafayette , LA 70501. Per the provisions of the JFTR, effective on and after 1 January 1987, a Marine may not change the home of record upon appointment/reappointment to commissioned grade or reenlistment.
Such changes are only authorized when there is a break in service of more than 1 full day. If the home of record on the enlistment/reenlistment document, record of induction or appointment acceptance and record, is determined to be erroneous, approval of the CMC (MMSB-10) is required before correcting the document. (See MCO P1080. 40, MCTFSPRIM and JFTR, appendix A, part 1, H. ) 4. ) Item 4 – Place of Enlistment/Reenlistment. “X” out the word “ENLISTMENT. ” Enter the organization, city, and state where the reenlistment took place. Abbreviations may be used.
For example: COA, HqBn, HQMC, ARLVA. 5. ) Item 5 – Date of Enlistment/Reenlistment. “X” out the word “ENLISTMENT. ” Enter effective date (the effective date of reenlistment is the commencement date of the contract). Enter in year, month, and day sequence. For example: 961010. 6. ) Item 6 – Date of Birth. Enter in year, month, and day sequence. For example: 540614. 7. ) Item 7 – Prev Mil Svc Upon Enl/Reenl. No entries required. Leave this item blank. b. SECTION B – AGREEMENTS 1. ) Item 8. Immediately following the words “I am,” “X” out the word “enlisting. In the space provided, enter Marine Corps or Marine Corps Reserve, followed by the Arabic numeral which represents the period of years for which enlisting. Example: “4”. Enter in the space provided, the pay grade in which enlisting. Example: E-7. In the next sentence, “X” out the word MCI Course 0084 M-6 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 “enlistment” and in the space provided for annex(es), enter “None” in the case of all immediate reenlistments. 2. ) Item 8a – For Enlistment in a Delayed Entry/Enlistment Program (DEP). Draw a diagonal line across this item for other than DEP enlistments. 3. Item 8b – Remarks. Type “(Date). Articles of UCMJ explained to me this date as required by Article 137, UCMJ. ” And one of the appropriate entry(ies) below that apply. These entry(ies) should appear on all copies of the DD Form 4. i. Always include a statement about the Marine desiring or not desiring payment of any lump-sum leave earned. ii. For immediate reenlistments where the LSL is the only monetary entitlement involved, and provided the Marine does not elect payment of LSL, enter the following statement to substantiate the non election of the LSL payment: “I do not desire payment of my lump-sum leave. iii. For immediate reenlistments where the Marine has an advance leave balance; the advance leave balance is 30 days or less; the Marine does not elect to convert the advance leave balance to excess leave; and the Marine elects to carry forward the advance leave balance to the new period of service; enter the following statement to substantiate the carry-forward election: “I elect to carry my entire advance leave balance forward to my new period of service. ” iv.
For immediate reenlistments where lateral movement is involved, type the following statement: “I understand that this reenlistment contract is contingent upon successful completion of the training requirement for MOS ___. Should I fail to complete the training requirement for MOS ___, I may be separated from the Marine Corps. ” 4. ) Item 8c. All Marines reenlisting will initial in the space provided. Initials will appear on the original document only. Immediately following the words “Initial of,” “X” out the word “Enlistee. ” c. SECTION C – PARTIAL STATEMENT OF EXISTING UNITED STATES LAWS 1. Item 9 – For all Enlistees or Reenlistees. Have the reenlistee read the material in item 9. 2. ) Item10 – Military Service Obligation for all Members of the Active and Reserve Components, Including the National Guard. Have the reenlistee read the material in item 10. 3. ) Item 11 – For Enlistees/Reenlistees in the Navy or Marine Corps. Have the reenlistee read the material in item 11. MCI Course 0084 M-7 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 4. ) Item 12 – For All Male Applicants. Have the reenlistee (male only) read the material in item 12. d. SECTION D – CERTIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE 1. ) Item 13a.
Draw a line across the acceptance portion in the case of immediate reenlistment. “X” out the word “enlistee,” and, if none is the appropriate answer, have the Marine “X” the block “NONE” and place his/her initials on the line provided. Record reenlistment incentive(s) on page 11 of the service record as required by paragraph 4006. 2. ) Items 13b and 13c – Signature of Enlistee/Reenlistee and Date Signed. Immediately following the words “SIGNATURE OF,” “X” out the word “ENLISTEE. ” The Marine will sign full name and enter the date in year, month, and day sequence on the original document only.
The date in item 13c must agree with the date entered in item 14f. Example: 961010, 20000201. 3. ) Item 14a. In the space provided, enter Marine Corps or Marine Corps Reserve as appropriate. 4. ) Items 14b – 14g – Service Representative information. Enter the name in last name, first name, and middle initial sequence, pay grade (for example: E-8), organization, date signed (for example: 961010), and organization address of the service representative accepting the Marine for reenlistment in the appropriate blocks.
The date in item 14f must agree with the date entered in item 13c. 5. ) Item 14e – Signature of the Service Representative. Prior to signing, the service representative will verify correctness of entries and explain all applicable paragraphs of the reenlistment document to the reenlistee. The service representative identified in item 14b will sign in first name, middle initial, and last name sequence (initials and last name are acceptable) on the original document only. e. SECTION E – CONFIRMATION OF ENLISTMENT OR REENLISTMENT 1. ) Item 15.
Immediately following the letter “I,” in the space provided, type the Marine’s full first, middle, last name and any suffix as shown in item 18b. Do not use punctuation of any sort, including periods or dashes. For Marines who elect to affirm their oath rather than swear to it, strike out the words “swear or” in the body of the oath and the words “So help me God” at the end of the oath on page 4/2 of the DD Form 4. The official who reads the words aloud will omit the stricken words. 2. ) Item 16. No entry required. Draw a diagonal line across this item. 3. ) Item 17.
No entry required. Draw a diagonal line across this item. MCI Course 0084 M-8 Appendix M APPENDIX M DD FORM 4 4. ) Item 18a and 18b – Signature of Enlistee Reenlistee and Date Signed. “X” out the word “ENLISTEE. ” The Marine will sign full name and enter the date in year, month, and day sequence on the original document only. Example: 961010. The date in this item must agree with the date in item 19f. (See note 1, 2, or 3, as appropriate. ) 5. ) Item 19a. Word(s) stricken from the reenlistment oath (item 15) should also be stricken from the reenlisting officer’s statement. 6. Items 19b – 19g – Enlistment/Reenlistment Officer Information. Enter the name of the reenlisting officer who administered the oath of reenlistment (last name, first name, and middle initial sequence), pay grade (for example: 05), organization, date signed (in year, month, and day sequence: for example 961010), and organizational address in the appropriate blocks. The reenlisting officer will sign in first name, middle initial, and last name sequence (initials and last name are acceptable) on the original document only. The date entered in item19f must agree with the date in 18b. (See note 1, 2, or 3. NOTE 1: In the case of all reenlistments of Marines on active duty, administer the reenlistment oath a day in advance of the effective date of reenlistment. In the event the effective date of reenlistment is on a Monday or another day following a 2 or 3 day holiday period, the reenlistment oath may be administered on the last working day immediately preceding the weekend or holiday period. NOTE 2: In the case of Marine Corps reservists not on active duty who reenlist in the Marine Corps Reserve, the reenlistment oath may be administered up to 30 days in advance of the effective date of reenlistment and entered in item 5 of the DD Form