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identify in writing the purpose of the Command Recruiting Program
The Purpose of the Command Recruiting Program is to generate new contracts.
identify in writing the five categories of Command Recruiters
-Annual Leave / Liberty (AL)
-Permissive Recruiter Assistance Program (PRASP)
- Permissive TAD (PTAD)
- Boot Leave (BL)
- Recruiter Aide (RA)
identify in writing who is the Program Manager for the Command Recruiting Program
Manager is the RS Sergeant Major
identify in writing the administrative procedures for requesting a Command Recruiter
Marines may submit requests to their unit or command for temporary assignment (up to 30 days) to a Recruiting Station or Recruiting Substation near their hometown to participate in the Command Recruiting Program. Such assignments are called Permissive TAD (PTAD).
identify in writing the incentives and forms of recognition available for Command Recruiters
You must ensure that your Command Recruiters are recognized and rewarded properly and promptly. The recruiter, through the NCOIC, must initiate, coordinate, and do extensive follow-up with the RS Sergeant Major to ensure appropriate actions are taken and rewards are received. Incentives and forms of recognition available for the Command Recruiter
identify in writing the time limitations for Command Recruiters to be eligible for incentives and recognition
To be eligible for incentives and recognition, the referrals of enlistments and/or
reenlistments must be effected no later than 90 days after the date of the latest referral, or after completion of the Marines Permissive Recruiting Assistant Program, or Permissive TAD.
identify in writing the purpose of the Reenlistment Card
is to identify recently discharged Marines whose Reenlistment Code (1A) indicates the Marine is eligible for reenlistment
identify in writing the four parts of the Reenlistment Card
a. Reenlistment Card Part I (RS Control Card) is detached by the RS and used to track RC’s at the RS.
b. Reenlistment Card Part II (RSS-NCOIC Control Card) - The NCOIC detaches the RSS-
NCOIC Control Card and assigns a due date for when the Reenlistment Contact Report Card must be returned. The NCOIC uses the RSS-NCOIC Control Card to track the Reenlistment Card Program.

c. Reenlistment Card Part III (Reenlistment Card) is given to recruiter by NCOIC to be worked.

d. Reenlistment Card Part IV (Reenlistment Contact Report Card) is given to recruiter, along with the Reenlistment Card Part III, by NCOIC to be contacted and returned to NCOIC.

a. Thoroughly screened before processing.

b. Must meet enlistment standards before processing.
identify in writing how to screen reenlistments

identify in writing how to process reenlistments

a. Thoroughly screened before processing.
b. Must meet enlistment standards before processing