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					FY 06 Accessions




              US Army Cadet Command
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                  Purpose


To explain how the order of merit list (OML)
and branching process is conducted
for ROTC cadets.




                                US Army Cadet Command
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                       Agenda

• Accessions Process Changes for FY 06

• FY 06 Accessions Cycle/Timeline

• Order of Merit List (OML) Development

• Branching Methodology

• Branch Officer Basic Course Conference (BOBCC)

• Post Board Actions and Responsibilities


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Accession Process Changes for FY 06




                          US Army Cadet Command
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   Accessions Process Changes for FY 06


• FY 06 OML Model in CCIMS
   Automated Process




             FY 07 Fully Electronic
              Accessions Process




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    Accession Process Changes for FY 06 (Cont’d)


• Summer 2005 End of LDAC Commissionees branched earlier
    Packets will be submitted early and reviewed at HRC for
   Duty and Branching by end of August
• Battalions (4-yr) will be able to update ECP LTs’ on-campus
activities in CCIMS
• Accessions Management Sheet revised
• Distinguished Military Graduate (DMG) designation based on
the top ten percent of the National OML
• Revocation of GRFD contracts must be approved by Cadet
Command CG




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      Accession Process Changes for FY 06 (Cont’d)


• Battalions will submit partial accession packets this year (with
the exception of Educational Delay accession packets)
    Battalions forward folders (w/ bar code labels), transcripts,
   AV-Flight Physical, AFAST score sheet, and By-Name
   Requests (BNRs)
    Cadet Command obtains Accession Management Sheets
   from CCIMS
• Schools prepare Educational Delay accession packets




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FY 06 Accessions Cycle/Timeline




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          FY 06 Accessions Cycle


MS-III     MS-III     Summer   MS-IV       MS-IV
Fall 04   Spring 05     05     Fall 05    Spring 06




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          FY 06 Accessions Timeline
APR       - FY 06 ACCESSIONS CIRCULAR PUBLISHED (1 APR 05)
JUN       - PARTIAL ACCESSION PACKETS SUBMITTED THRU BDE TO
             HQ, CADET COMMAND (SUSPENSE TO CC: 30 JUN 05)
JUN       - BATTALIONS COMPLETE MSIII CER IN CCIMS (30 JUN 05)
AUG       - BATTALIONS COMPLETE END OF LDAC COMMISSIONEES’
             ACCESSIONS DATA IN CCIMS (1 AUG 05)
AUG       - LDAC PERFORMANCE DATA COMPLETED IN CCIMS
             (12 AUG 05)
AUG       - ESTABLISH END OF LDAC COMMISSIONEE OML (15 AUG 05)
AUG       - BRANCH END OF LDAC COMMISSIONEES (25 AUG 05)
AUG/SEP   - BRIGADES REVIEW ACCESSIONS DATA/COMMENTS
             (COMPLETED NLT 26 SEP 05)
SEP/OCT   - END OF LDAC COMMISSIONEES RECEIVE BRANCH
             RESULTS AND OBC DATES (SUBJECT TO OBC SEAT
             AVAILABILITY)
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      FY 06 Accessions Timeline (Cont’d)
OCT       - COMPLETE ACCESSION PACKETS FOR ED DELAY AND
            OTHER SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED THRU
            BDE TO HQ, CADET COMMAND (SUSPENSE TO CC: 3 OCT 05)
OCT       - BATTALIONS COMPLETE ALL ACCESSIONS DATA IN CCIMS
            FOR FY 06 COHORT (3 OCT 05)
OCT       - ED DELAY BOARD (11-14 OCT 05)
OCT       - OML SHOW CAUSE BOARD (17-19 OCT 05)
OCT       - ESTABLISH NATIONAL OML (20 OCT 05)
OCT       - ED DELAY RESULTS ANNOUNCED (27 OCT 05)
OCT/NOV   - DA SELECTION & BRANCHING (24 OCT- 4 NOV 05)
NOV       - BRANCHING RESULTS ANNOUNCED (14 NOV 05)




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          FY 06 Accessions Timeline (Cont’d)
JAN/MAR      - DEC GRADS RECEIVE INITIAL ORDERS AND MOVE TO OBC
FEB/MAR      - BRANCH OFFICER BASIC COURSE CONFERENCE
               (BOBCC)
MAR-MAY      - INITIAL ASSIGNMENTS DETERMINED
APR-JUN      - ORDERS CUT FOR COMMISSIONEES
MAY/JUN      - GRADUATION AND COMMISSIONING




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          Recap of Critical Suspense Dates

JUN        - PARTIAL ACCESSION PACKETS SUBMITTED THRU BDE TO
              HQ, CADET COMMAND (SUSPENSE TO CC: 30 JUN 05)
AUG        - BATTALIONS COMPLETE END OF LDAC COMMISSIONEES’
              ACCESSIONS DATA IN CCIMS (1 AUG 05)
AUG        - LDAC PERFORMANCE DATA COMPLETED IN CCIMS
              (12 AUG 05)
AUG/SEP    - BRIGADES REVIEW ACCESSIONS DATA/COMMENTS
              (COMPLETED NLT 26 SEP 05)
OCT        - COMPLETE ACCESSION PACKETS FOR ED DELAY AND
              OTHER SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED THRU
              BDE TO HQ, CADET COMMAND (SUSPENSE TO CC: 3 OCT 05)
OCT        - BATTALIONS COMPLETE ALL ACCESSIONS DATA IN CCIMS
              FOR FY 06 COHORT (3 OCT 05)



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                       Accessions Process
                                                                             RFD

 Eastern Rgn
 BRIGADES

                                                                 HRC - St Louis




                             CADET
                            COMMAND
                           Show Cause           HRC                              AD      BOBCC
                              Panel
                                           - Assigns Active
                           OML Model -    Duty and Reserve
Western Rgn                  Develops     Duty based on DA
                 Cadet
 BRIGADES      Accession   National OML      requirements
                Packets
                                                              HRC - Alexandria




                                                                           US Army Cadet Command
           OML Development
      RESULTS IN A NATIONAL OML
    DEVELOPED BY ROTC OML MODEL

                               # 1 Cadet




                                                                Top 10%
                                                               Determines
                               # 3000 Cadet                      DMGs




*Top 10% of National OML guarantees First Active Duty Branch Preference.


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     Requirement By ASA (M&RA)


Develop an OML process for Cadet Command
that is easily explained and objective in the
accession process and enables every cadet to
know with confidence where they rank on the
OML based on their performance.

                        John P. McLaurin, III
                        DAS(HR)
                        22 Aug 03


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     FY 05 OML Model Validation (History)

• Cadet Command generated an automated order of merit
  list (OML) for the Mission Set 05 cohort

• Cadet Command convened an OML Validation Panel 4-22
  Oct 04 to review and vote individual packets and compare
  results to the automated OML

• An OML Process Action Team (PAT) convened 8-10 Nov
  04 to review the recommendations of the Validation Board
  and provide the CG, Cadet Command with suggested
  implementation guidance



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        OML Model Process Changes for FY 06

• Abolish OML Board: The FY 05 OML Validation Panel fully
  endorsed the automated method and recommended some functional
  changes.
• Convene Local Show-Cause Board: The FY 05 OML Validation
  Panel recommended that USACC convene a local board each year to
  ensure Show-Cause packets were identified and reviewed.

• Adjust Scholar/Leader Weightings to 40/60: The FY 05 OML
  Validation Panel desired to ensure the OML model weightings
  reflected the “whole person” findings of a board. Sensitivity analysis
  of the recently branched cohort determined that 40/60 provided the
  best correlation with the subjective voting of Validation Panel
  members. Additional analysis was conducted to determine if diversity
  spread was affected by weightings. There is no statistical
  variation in spread of diversity regardless of how weighting is
  skewed.
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         OML Model Process Changes for FY 06 (Cont’d)

• Modify Model Metrics:
  -- Warrior Forge Platoon Top Five : Points have been added to
      account for the top five cadets in each platoon at WF
  -- Warrior Forge Platoon Tactical Officer Potential Evaluation:
      Include quantified E / S / N potential rating received at WF
  -- PMS Accessions OML Ranking: Include the PMS's OML
      ranking for the accessions cohort developed on campus after WF
  -- Quantified PMS Accessions Comments: Include drop-down
      menu for PMS Accessions Comments ("potential" evaluation for
      accessions cohort after WF) in CCIMS and quantify
      comments in the OML Model
  -- Stop Warrior Forge CWST failure from being an automatic
     overall "N“ rating on the Warrior Forge CER: The WF CER
     will no longer reflect an overall "N" rating if an individual fails
     CWST
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      “Drop-down” menu for PMS Accessions
     Comments in Branching Module of CCIMS

 Outstanding potential – ready to commission now
 Excellent potential – above center of mass performance
 Satisfactory potential – center of mass performance
 Below average potential – below center of mass
  performance
 Needs Improvement – must improve in specific areas
  before commissioning

     Upgrade approved by Brigade Commander


Each block assessed a point value in descending order
for OML Model
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        PMS Accessions Comments Drop-down Menu Rules

    MS III CER            LDAC CER           PMS Accessions
    Part VIIa             Part VIa              Comments
        B                    E             Outstanding
        B                    S             Excellent
        B                    N             Satisfactory
        F                    E             Excellent
        F                    S             Satisfactory
        F                    N             Below Average
        Q                    E             Satisfactory
        Q                    S             Below Average
        Q                    N             Needs Improvement
• PMSs must have Brigade Commander’s approval for all upgrades
• Upgrades will not exceed 10% of the PMS’s accessions cohort (whole
  numbers only, no rounding) - PMSs only get one upgrade until they
  have 20 cadets in the accessions cohort         Denotes “Upgrade”
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  OML Model Process Changes for FY 06 (Cont’d)


• Modify ROTC Accession Management Sheet:

   -- Pages 1 & 2: Cadet administrative data and PMS /
   Warrior Forge TAC / Cadet Comments

   -- Leader Accessions Management Sheet (LAMS):
   Provides detailed performance scores in the Academic
   and Leader Programs categories used by the OML Model




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           ROTC Cadet Accession Management Sheet




Page 1 (Top)
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           ROTC Cadet Accession Management Sheet




Page 1 (Bottom)
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           ROTC Cadet Accession Management Sheet




Page 2 (Top)

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         ROTC Cadet Accession Management Sheet




Page 2 (Bottom)
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LAMS Example




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LAMS Example




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        “Whole Person” Evaluation
           Well Rounded (Scholar/Athlete/Leader)

                          Academic

LDAC Performance                                PMS Evaluation



    Athletics                                        APFT


 Cadet Training                                   Swimming

                   Extracurricular Activities
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                        FY 06 ROTC OML Model

  Academic Program (40%)                                  Warrior Forge Platoon Top Five = 1 point
  (40.00%) Cumulative GPA of                                added to final OMS
  all academic subjects (includes                         RECONDO = 0.5 points added to final OMS
  ROTC GPA) (Spring Semester, most current)
                                        Leader Program (60%)
                   Military (45%)                                        Physical (15%)
(6.75%) 15% WF Performance                                         85% APFT
                (quantify E/S/N)                        (1.2750%) - 10%, Campus
                - Leadership positions                              (fall semester, most current)
                - Leadership attributes/skills/actions (1.9125%) - 15%, Campus
(11.25%) 25% WF PLT TAC Evaluation                                  (spring semester, most current)
                (quantify E/S/N)                        (9.5625%) - 75%, WF (1st score)
(6.75%) 15% PMS MSIII CER OML                                      5% Swimming
(4.50%) 10% PMS Accessions OML                          (0.3750%) - 50%, Campus Cadet Cmd
(4.50%) 10% PMS Accessions Cmnts-Quantified                         Swim Test
(6.75%) 15% Cadet Trng / Extracurricular Activities (0.3750%) - 50%, WF CWST
(4.50%) 10% WF Land Navigation (1st score)              (1.5000%) 10% Varsity, Intramural,
                                                                    Community Team
 *Green numbers are percents of sub-category scores applied         Athletics
 to the OMS (out of 100 points)
*Red highlights denote model modifications for FY 06
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         Cadet Training / Extracurricular Activities / Athletics

Cadet Training                 Extracurricular Activities        Athletics
Airborne – 5 pts               Color Guard – 12 pts              Varsity – 27 pts
Air Assault – 5 pts            Drill Team – 12 pts               Intramural – 12 pts
SFASC – 5 pts                  Ranger Challenge – 12 pts         Community – 12 pts
Combat Survival Tng – 5 pts    ROTC Recruiter – 12 pts           TOTAL = 51 points
Mtn Warfare – 5 pts            USAR / NG / SMP – 15 pts
Northern Warfare – 5 pts       Community Service – 15 pts
UK Officer Tng Corps – 5 pts   Student Government – 12 pts
AIAD – 5 pts                   Band Member – 12 pts
Cadet Intern Program – 5 pts   Debate Team – 12 pts
CTLT – 5 pts                   Elected Official of Organization – 27 pts
Nurse Tng Program – 5 pts      Leader (President/Captain) – 30 pts
Combat Divers Crse – 5 pts     Resident Advisor – 30 pts
National Grnd Intel – 5 pts    Peer Educator or Tutor – 12 pts
  Center Intern                Full-time Job – 30 pts
(5 pts each: Total points      Part-time Job – 15 pts
based on available training    TOTAL = 258 points
opportunities.)

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          FY 06 ROTC OML Model (Cont’d)

Suppose a cadet earns the maximum score of a 100 points in each sub-
category. The cadet’s distribution of the resulting OMS score out of a 100
points (not including WF Plt Top Five or RECONDO) is displayed below:

    Physical
                                                    Academic


                                               GPA - 40
                                               LDAC Performance - 6.75
                                               LDAC PLT TAC Evaluation - 11.25
                                               PMS MSIII CER OML - 6.75
                                               PMS Accessions OML - 4.50
                                               PMS Accessions Cmnts - 4.50
                                               Cadet Trng / Extra Act - 6.75
                                               LDAC Land Nav - 4.50
                                               Campus Fall APFT - 1.2750
    Military                                   Campus Spring APFT - 1.9125
                                               LDAC APFT - 9.5625
                                               Campus Swim - .3750
                                               LDAC CWST - .3750
                                               Athletics - 1.5


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            Potential Show Cause Criteria

Criteria used by OML Model to flag all potential show cause files:
• Below Average Potential and Needs Improvement (on PMS
  Accessions Comments)
• Greater than two years since attending LDAC (non-ECPs only)
• Greater than four years since attending LDAC (ECPs only)
• Any “N” in values rating
• LDAC overall “N” (Additionally, starting with the FY 06 accessions
  process, the Warrior Forge CER will no longer reflect an overall "N"
  rating if an individual fails CWST)
• Two or more “Ns” on front side of any CER (actions/skills/attributes)




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               Determining Show Cause

Show Cause Board will vote to determine actual Show Cause files

   • If a file is determined by the Show Cause Board not to be
     Show Cause, the file will be incorporated with all other files,
     run through the OML Model to be ranked, and sent to the DA
     Selection and Branching Board

   • If determined to be a Show Cause, the CG Cadet Command
     will return the file through Region and Brigade, and an
     investigation must be performed to determine if the cadet
     should be retained and commissioned or be disenrolled

        If the CG Cadet Command approves the cadet for
         retention and commissioning the cadet will be
         integrated into the OML on a 0.5 basis and branched
         by a Stand By Board
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         Complete & Accurate Accessions Data
BLUF:
• Cadet Command is moving toward an automated Order of Merit List process
• Data must be complete and accurate in CCIMS to ensure that each cadet receives an
  accurate OMS calculated by the OML Model and prevent delays in the accessions process
• Recommendation: Battalions thoroughly read and understand the final Accessions
  Circular published annually by the Accessions Branch to learn what data is required by the
  OML Model and the location to enter data in CCIMS
Primary Issues in FY 05:
• Correct Year Group and Branching Board Packet Complete checked in CCIMS
• Correct GPAs
• Campus APFT scores accurate and entered into CCIMS (Fall and/or Spring semesters)
• Extracurricular activity points awarded consistent with PMS comments
Consequences:
• Incorrect or blank Year Group and/or no Branching Board Packet Complete checked in
   CCIMS will prevent the OML Model from calculating an Order of Merit Score (OMS)
• Incomplete and/or inaccurate data entered into CCIMS used by the OML Model to
   calculate the OMS will result in an incorrect OMS

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            Automated OML Advantages

• Saves resources
    Eliminates requirement to convene panel to establish OML
    Automated process minimizes expenses required to prepare,
     review, and mail branching packets
• Saves time
    OML established earlier for the DA Selection and Branching
     Board
    Automated process minimizes work-hours required to prepare,
     review, and mail branching packets
• Objective process that is easily explained
• Cadets can equate specific performance measures with OML
  standing
• Campus/LDAC CERs remain as developmental tools
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          OML Process Summary


• OML Model establishes the National Order of Merit
List (1 to N)

• Used to designate Distinguished Military Graduates
(top 10% of the National OML)

• Used during the DA Selection and Branching Board
to spread the quality throughout all branches




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      OML Process Summary (Cont’d)

• Must enforce suspenses and timeline to avoid delays


• PMS must be active in counseling their cadets (pre /
 post Warrior Forge)


• Standby board is the option for cadets when
 suspenses are not met


• Timely and accurate input are the keys to success
  and fairness to the cadets and the process

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Branching Methodology




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      Branching End of LDAC Commissionees

Methodology:
• LDAC commissionees are incorporated into the previous FY’s
  OML Model to calculate an OMS which will determine their OML
  ranking using a 0.5 criteria resulting in no impact on the previously
  established OML

• End of LDAC commissionee will be incorporated into the previous year’s
  PMS Accessions OML using a 0.5 criteria

• The previous FY’s DA Selection and Branching Board active duty
  cut-line will be used to determine which end of LDAC commissionees
  will be forced into the reserve component based on OML ranking




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      Branching End of LDAC Commissionees (Cont’d)

• AC branching of end of LDAC commissionees (two flexible alternatives
  dependent on available OBC seats and accession mission requirements –
  priority is accessing LTs to attend OBC within 90 days of commissioning):

     Branch end of LDAC commissionees to backfill FY 05 AC accession
      vacancies created by those individuals from the FY 05 Branching
      Board that have migrated to FY 06 and access LDAC commissionees
      onto active duty in FY 05

     Branch end of LDAC commissionees against FY 06 AC accession
      allocations and access in FY 06

• Tentative timeline:

     Establish end of LDAC commissionees’ OML ranking: 15 Aug 05
     Convene local Show Cause Board: 16 Aug 05
     Branched (Stand-by Board at HRC-A): 25 Aug 05


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       Branching End of LDAC Commissionees (Cont’d)


Benefits:
• Realigns end of LDAC commissionees with their original cohort
• End of LDAC commissionees attend OBC within 90 days from
  commissioning (Sep/Oct)
• Best serves the Army
• Takes care of the 2LTs and their dependents
• No additional workload on the schools
• Schools have lieutenants commissioned / branched awaiting OBC earlier
  than in the past




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  DA Selection and Branching Boards


• Educational Delay Board

• Active Component Basic Branch Determination
       Branch Detail

• RD Basic Branch and Component Determination
       AGR Selection




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             Educational Delay Board

• First Phase of the Selection and Branching Process
• Players:
       Chaplain Corps
       Judge Advocate General Corps
       AMEDD (Army Medical Department)
           Medical Service Corps (MS)
           Medical Specialist Corps (SP)
           Medical Corps (MC)
           Dental Corps (DC)
           Veterinary Corps (VC)

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      DA Secretariat Selection and Branching Boards



• Active Duty (HRC-Alexandria)
       Basic Branch Determination
       Branch Detail


• Reserve Forces Duty (HRC - St Louis)
       Component and Branches
       AGR Selection




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                  Active Component

• The Department of the Army Branching Model (DABM)
  is used to provide an optimal branching of cadets and
  commissionees on the Army ROTC active duty order
  of merit list (OML)
    The DABM is a linear program that attempts to maximize
     satisfaction, reward performance, and distribute diversity,
     quality, and gender based on the needs of the Army
    The DA Selection and Branching Board validates the DABM’s
     optimal sort and is responsible for the final branching
• Once basic branches are determined, the branches
  that participate in the branch detail program mutually
  determine which individuals to donate and receive


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                       DA Branching Process


National                                                            Active Component Branching
 OML
                                                              20/80 DABM

   1                                                                          • DMGs in Top 20%
             DMGs
                                                                20              receive 1st choice
           (Top 10%)                                                          • Non-DMGs in Top
                                                                                20% receive 1st
                                                                                choice if available
                                                                              • Sort Remaining
                                                                                80% to meet Army
                        Active Duty Eligible List               80              requirements
                           (Includes DMGs)
                                                                              DA Branching Board
                                                                              makes final decision
                                                                              regarding a cadet's /
                                                                              2LT's branch
                                                    Cutline
                                    Reserve
                                   Component        Forced
                                   Branching         RFD
XXXX                                                  ZZZZ

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                  Branch Detail


All individuals selected for Active Duty may be
selected for the Branch Detail Program,
regardless of volunteer status.

       Availability of Branch Detail
       Program options are subject to
       force structural changes within
       the Army



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               Branch Detail Program

Developed to account for the shifting demand for officers within the
CA and CS/CSS branches between the ranks of 2LT and CPT

   CPT
                CA              CS/CSS
                IN               SC
                AR               MI
                FA               OD
                AD               QM
                                 TC    NON-PLAYERS:
                                       AVIATION
                CM               AG    ENGINEERS
   2LT                            FI   MILITARY POLICE
                                       MEDICAL SERVICE
            Recipients          Donors ARMY NURSE
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             Branch Detail

  INFANTRY        INFANTRY         SERVE 3 YRS
CONTROL BRANCH       OBC           (PLUS IET TIME)
                                   IN INF. UNIT
                                      A IR B O RNE




                             PCS

OD SERVICE      OD OAC




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                Reserve Component

• Branch and component decided by utilizing:
    By Name Request with paragraph and line number
    Preferred unit type in CCIMS
    Anticipated address after commissioning in CCIMS


• AGR Selection
    Volunteer on the ROTC Cadet Accession
     Management Sheet
    Selected based on OML ranking

http://www.rotc.usaac.army.mil/command/reserve_home.html

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Branch Officer Basic Course Conference
               (BOBCC)




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         Branch Officer Basic Course Conference
                        (BOBCC)

• Cadet Command obtains the OBC dates for AD LTs only
• USARC G1 obtains OBC dates for ROTC USAR and ARNG
  LTs
    HRC-NG schedules OBC dates for the ARNG using seats obtained from the
   USARC G1
    USARC G1 schedules OBC dates for the USAR

• Participants:                       • BOBCC convenes annually in Feb
    United States Military Academy   • Provides confirmed OBC/BOLC II
      ROTC Cadet Command               seats from May 05 thru Apr 06
      Officer Candidate School         (subject to G3 training funds
      United States Army Reserves      available)
      Army National Guard
      Marines
      Foreign Military Sales

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   Active Component 2LTs Attending OBC/BOLC II


• 2LTs receive orders prior to commissioning
• Orders include OBC/BOLC II, BOLC III, & first duty
  assignment
• TRADOC CG goal: 2LTs attend OBC/BOLC II within 90
  days from commissioning
• Priorities of bringing 2LTs onto active duty:
   First, send 2LTs directly to OBC/BOLC II
   Second, send 2LTs to fill LTC/LDAC requirements with follow-
    on attendance at OBC/BOLC II
   Third, 2LTs perform GBR duty prior to attending OBC/BOLC II



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   Reserve Component 2LTs Attending OBC/BOLC II


• ROTC 2LTs receive reserve component orders
  minimum 30 days prior to start of OBC/BOLC II:
    USAR from USARC G1
    ARNG from HRC-NG




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Post Board Actions and Responsibilities




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             Post Board Battalion Actions
                 and Responsibilities
• Submit any necessary DA form 4187 (Personnel Actions)
• Forward assignment preference sheets for the spring and
  summer commissionees
• Notify Accessions Branch of any changes to a cadet’s status
  (graduation/commission dates, marital status, medical …via the
  change deletion report and update CCIMS with changes)
• Notify CC Accessions of individuals applying for and/or
  accepted to the HPSP program
• Submit GBR requests
• Ensure that the addresses in CCIMS are correct for the LTs’
  orders
• Forward 201 file and 591 forms to HQ, Cadet Command
  Accessions for individuals selected for educational delay (after
  commissioned)
• Submit EPSQ documents for SBI (MI only) immediately upon
  notification of selection


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             Personnel Actions –
         Duty Status Change Requests

• Cadets may submit requests for change in duty
  status by utilizing a DA Form 4187
    Active component to reserve component
     – Must have By-name Request Memorandum
   Educational Delay
     – Must have letter of acceptance to graduate program
   Reserve component branch change
     – Submit early – prior to commission otherwise the LT
       must work through the reserve unit
     – Must have By-Name Request Memorandum



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         Assignment Preference Sheet
                    (CC Form 218-R)

• Form is used by Assignment Officer and by CC Accessions

• Include the student’s AKO e-mail address

• BN POC should be the HRA (the one that HQCC is able to
  contact when there are changes to OBC dates, summer training
  cadre duty, etc)

• Remarks section - include any circumstances that would affect
  the OBC report date and summer training cadre duty
  (Accessions Branch tries to accommodate reasonable requests
  but cannot if not made aware of the request)



The form should be in CCIMS summer 05


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               Change Deletion Report

• Battalions must notify HQCC Accessions of changes in
  commissioning date and/or enrollment status (pending
  disenrollment) on the Change Deletion Report

• Notify HQCC Accessions personnel of HT/WT, swimming
  challenges, medical issues, and changes in marital status

• These notifications alert HQCC Accessions that an OBC seat may
  be in jeopardy, allows the maximum time to fill the seat with
  another individual and cuts down on the amendments and
  revocation of orders

• “Bad news does not get better with time”




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                   Gold Bar Recruiters

• Circling “yes” on the assignment preference sheet does not
  equate to a GBR request. A memo from the PMS or ROO is
  mandatory, use the format found in the GBR circular (601-04-2)

    Officer Basic Course takes precedence over Gold Bar
     Recruiter Duty
    The GBR start date is directly tied to the OBC report date
     and may also be tied to the total number of LTs (by branch)
     permitted to come onto active duty in a given fiscal year
    If battalions desire more than 1 GBR, they must submit a
     detailed plan of utilization
    Reserve Forces Duty GBR – (Active Duty for Special Work) –
     coordinate and schedule w/ ACOS-USAR and HRC St Louis


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      Special Background Investigation

• Submit SF 86 (EPSQ), fingerprint cards, and coversheet to OPM
  for SBI immediately upon notification of being selected for
  Active Duty MI (control branch)

• Notify LTs they must hand carry hard copy of the SF 86 and
  disk to OBC




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       Cadet Command Accessions Division
          Actions and Responsibilities

• Notify PMS of results of the board and post results to
  CCIMS
• Schedule OBC dates for end of LDAC and December
  Commissionees (Active Duty)
• Attend the BOBCC to obtain OBC seats for Spring and
  Summer commissionees
• Slot the summer training cadre (LTs) assignments
• Schedule the BOLC and OBC seats for ROTC Active Duty
  Commissionees
• Enter data into Army Training Requirements and
  Resources System (ATRRS)
• Process 4187 Personnel Actions and Ed Delay 201 files
• Issue active duty orders and reserve component
  transfer orders

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                         References

• CC CIR 601-06-1, Personnel Procurement Reserve Officers’
Training Corps Procurement Fiscal Year 06

• AR 145-1, Senior Officers’ Training Corps Program: Organization,
Administration, and Training

• CC Reg 145-9, Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Accessioning and
Commissioning

• CC Cir 601-04-2, Personnel Procurement Reserve Officers'
Training Corps (ROTC) Gold Bar Recruiter Program (GBRP)

• CCIMS Users Manual



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