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47 Cards in this Set

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Reporting Senoir
Commanding Officer
Delegated Reporting Seniors
An actual transfer of authority, and not merely an authorization to sign by direction.
Immediate Superiors in Command (ISICs)
Are reporting seniors for assigned COs, and are authorized to assume the reporting senior authority of subordinate COs whose capacity to act as reporting seniors becomes impaired.
Enlisted Reporting Seniors
CPOs (E7 - E9) may act as reporting seniors for E4 and below.
Raters and Senior Raters
Evaluation reports on E6 and below require the signatures of rater and senior rater as well as reporting senior.
Performance counseling
The CO's program. Must be done at the mid-point of the periodic report cycle, and when the report is signed. It identifies the member's strengths and motivates their further improvement. Also addresses important weaknesses, but should not dwell on unimportant ones. Avoid personality and concentrate on performance. Under no circumstances should a future promotion recommendation be promised durong counseling.
Types of Reports
Operational Commander
Regular Reports
Cover day to day on all Naval service on active duty or in drilling Reserve Programs.
Concurrent Reports
An optional record of significant performance in additional duty (ADDU) or temporary additional duty (TEMADD) status.
Operational Commander Reports
Are optional and may only be submitted on commanding officers or officers in charge by operational commanders who are not also their regular reporting seniors.
Administrative Blocks
Identify the report, define the context in which it was received, and make it more informative to detailers and selection boards.
Guidance on Trait Grade
5.0 is reserved for performance which is far above standards and is notable for exemplary leadership quality.
1.0 means poor performance which is not improving, or unsatisfactory.
2.0-4.0 majority of people should fall between.
Comment Block
Should be based on verifiable facts. Do not use underlining, boldface, italics **centering**, or other highlighting. Use direct, factual writing, which allows the performance to speak for itself. Bullet style is prefered.
Promotion Recommendation Summary Groups
Do not make Early Promote and Must Promote recommendations merely because quotas are available.
4.0 Early Promote
3.8 Must Promote
3.6 Promotable
3.4 Progressing
2.0 Significant Problems
Misconduct Reporting
Adverse or downgraded fitness and evaluation reports may not be directed as punishment or used as an alternate to the proper disposition of misconduct under UCMJ. REports may not mention nonpunitive censure, or investigatory, judicial, or other proceedings which have not been concluded or which have exonerated the member.
Responsibilities and Rights of Members
Members shall receive a copy of every report from the reporting senior at the time it is signed. Members have the right to submit statements to the record concerning their reports, either at the time of the report or within 2 years thereafter.
Standard Letter
Used to correspond officially with addresses in DOD or outside DOD if they have adopted the format.
Used when a letter is transmitted Via your activity to forward comments, recommendations, or information.
An informal way to correspond within an activity or between DON activites.
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NAVPERS 1070/602, Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data and DD 93, Record of Emergency Data
Page 4
NAVPERS 1070/604, Enlisted Qualifications History
Page 5
NAVPERS 1070/605, History of Assignments
Page 13
NAVPERS 1070/613, Administrative Remarks
Purpose of UCMJ
Promotes good order and discipline
Who is responsible for upholding the UCMJ?
All members of the Armed Forces
Who is subject to the UCMJ?
Members of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard only when federalized.
Summary Courts-Martial
Composed of one active duty Captian or higher. Except aboard ship, you may refuse and may request a special or general. A conviction at a special or general results in a felony conviction. Can't try a commissioned officer, warrant officer, cadet, or midshipman for any capital offenses. It is less formal than the other two.
Special Courts-Martial
Composed of a military judge alone, or a military judge and not less than three active-duty armed service members. If accused is commissioned officer no member can be a warrant officer or enlisted. If accused is enlisted, they may request that a least 1/3 of the members of the court be enlisted. Lowest level authority to convene is a squadron or batallion commander or equivalent.
General Courts-Martial
Can be composed of a military judge alone or a military judge and not less than five impartial active duty personnel. If accused is a commissioned officer no member can be a warrant officer or enlisted person. If accused is a enlisted person you may request that at least 1/3 of the members be enlisted. May adjudge any punishment not forbidden by the UCMJ.
The value of the NJP to the commander and to the Marine
Maintain good order and discipline.
When NJP can be administered?
Minor offenses of the UCMJ
The right to refuse NJP
Before the imposition of NJP proceedings
The right and procedures to appeal NJP
The accused may appeal the punishment if he considers it unjust or disproprtionate to the offense.
The procedures to appeal
By submitting a written statement describing why he considers the punishment unjust or disproportionate
Within 5 days of imposition of punishment
Through the COC to the next superior authority
Seaxual Harassment
Unacceptable and unprofessional
Equal Opportunity
Provide EO without regard to race, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin consistent with the physical and mental capabilities of the individual
Promote based on merit, not quotas, and who meet minimum eligibility
Not tolerated and is punishable
Duty relationships and social business contacts between and among members of different grades. Undue familiarity or informality between and among ranks.
EDVR sections 1 through 3
Extracted from the account because it requires special attention. Section 3 contains an alphabetical listing of all enlisted members assigned to the activity.
EDVR section 4
Total personnel account of the activity.
EDVR section 5
contains Personnel Status Summary
EDVR section 6
Contains Distribution Navy Enlisted Classification Code (DNEC) Management
EDVR section 7
Contains NEC Billet and Personnel Inventory
EDVR section 8
Contains a list of individuals who are qualified in Navy Enlisted Classification Codes (NECs)
EDVR sections 9 and 10
Contain the Diary Message Summary and Duty Preference Listing
EDVR section 11
Security data, citizenship code, involuntary extension months, pay entry base date, time in rate, advancement effective date.
EDVR section 12
Listing of officer and enlisted in an embarked or temporary additional Duty status