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Reporting Senior

CO's and OIC's

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Delegated Reporting Seniors

Delegation of reporting senior authority is a transfer of authority.

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Who are the Immediate Superiors in Command (ISICs)

Reporting seniors for their CO which will take his authority in case the CO becomes impaired

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Enlisted Reporting Seniors

Chief Petty Officers
May act as reporting seniors for E-4 and below only.

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Raters and Senior Raters

Rater is E6 (E1-E4)

Rater is E7 (E5-E6)

Senior Rater (Officer-Div Officer/Dept Head)

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Performance Counseling

-It's CO's program. Methods are up to the CO

-Must be provided at MID-POINT of PERIODIC REPORT cycle

-Objective is to provide FEEDBACK, MOTIVATE and ASSIST improvement

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Types of REPORTS
(How many and what are they)

1. Regular reports
2. Concurrent reports
3. Operational commander reports

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Regular reports

-FOUNDATION of Performance Record

-Must be submitted PERIODICALLY

-Must covers DAY-FOR-DAY all ACTIVE DUTY, RESERVE DUTY, except for initial entry period

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Concurrent Reports

Record of significant performance for:

-Active Duty and FTS fulfilling ADDITIONAL DUTY or TEMP ADDITIONAL DUTY
-Reserve supporting Active Duty and/or cross-assigned billets

-Optional unless directed by Higher Authority

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Operational Commander Reports

-Optional
-Submitted only for CO or OIC by Operational Commanders who are not their regular Reporting Seniors

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Administrative Blocks

-Identifies the report
-Define the context it was received in
-Permits computerized compliance audits by NAVPERSCOM to assure FAIRNESS to all members and reporting seniors

Admin Blocks: 1, 3-19, 22-26, 44(Chief), 48(Eval)

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Trait Grades

1.0 (poor performance) - 5.0 (above standards)

Trait grades cumulative average for most should be between 2.0 - 4.0 range.

"Two-Blocking" is detrimental for 2 reasons:
-Summary group and cumulative trait grade averages will be available to DETAILERS and SELECTION BOARDS for comparison

-Reporting Senior cannot allocate accurate PROMOTION recommendation if trait grade averages are the same

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Comments Block

-Should always be based on verifiable facts.
-Give examples of performance and results
-Do not include classified matter, marital status, medical reports, etc.
-Space is limited, avoid puffed-up adjectives and get directly to performance
-Quantify wherever possible
-Avoid stock comments that make everyone sound the same

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Promotion Recommendation Summary Group

-Should be consistent with trait grades, individual trait grade, and the written comments on performance.

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Misconduct Reporting

-FITREP'S, CHIEFEVAL's, EVAL's shall not be downgraded as a punishment for misconduct under UCMJ.

-Only misconduct that has been concluded and established through reliable evidence should be taken in account for FITREP's, CHIEFEVAL's, and EVAL's.

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Responsibilities and Rights of members regarding EVAL

-Must sign and receive a copy at the time of signature of all Regular Reports unless impossible
-Right to submit statement at the time of the report or TWO years after.
-Statement must be endorsed by original Reporting Senior and forwarded to NAVPERSCOM
-Right to REVIEW all records
-Responsibility to ensure all Records are complete

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What are the three types of Naval correspondence?

1. Standard Letter
2. Endorsements
3. Memorandums

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Standard Letter

-Used to correspond officially within or outside the DOD.
-Margins: 1 in from top/bottom/left/right
-Font: Times New Roman

Letter Order:
From, To, Via, Subject, Reference, Enclosure, Letter Body, Signature, Copy To

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Endorsement

-Used to forward comments, recommendations, or information.
-Mostly used to transmit correspondence through chain of command

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Memorandum

-It is a less formal way to correspond within an activity/command.
-May be used for routine official business or as informal means of communication

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DEPENDENCY APPLICATION / RECORD OF EMERGENCY DATA

NAVPERS 1070/602 (Page 2)

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NAVPERS 1070/881

TRAINING SUMMARY Record (PAGE 4)

-Chronological history of all occupational training and qualifications.

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NAVPERS 1070/613

AMINISTRATIVE REMARKS (PAGE 13)

-Chronological record of significant miscellaneous entries.

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Purpose of UCMJ

It promotes GOOD ORDER and DISCIPLINE and provide a basis for the administration of justice for the Armed Forces.

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Who is subject to UCMJ?

-Members of active and reserve components of the Armed Forces
-Volunteers from their time of their muster or acceptance into the Armed Forces
-Retired members who are entitled to pay

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What are the three types of court-martial?

1. Summary
2. Special court-martial
3. General

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Summary Court Martial

-Lowest authority to convene: BATTALION COMMANDER
-Active duty Captain or higher
-Less official

Any punishment not forbidden by UCMJ may be adjudged, except:
-confinement > 1 month
-hard labor w/o confinement >45 days
-restriction >2 months
-pay forfeiture >1 month
-reduction >1 rank for E-5 and above
-can be refused and request Special or General Court-martial.

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Special Court-martial

-Lowest authority to convene: SQUADRON/BATTALION COMMANDER
-Military judge ALONE or MILITARY JUDGE and minimum 3 active duty ARMED SERVICE MEMBERS

May adjudge punishments:
-confinement for 6 months
-hard labor w/o confinement for 3 months
-pay forfeiture of >2/3 of pay for 6 months
-bad conduct discharge
-reduction in rank

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General Court-martial

-Lowest authority to convene: COMMANDING GENERAL of a DIVISION, WING, BASE
-Military Judge ALONE or Military Judge and minimum 5 active duty SERVICE PERSONNEL
-May adjudge ANY PUNISHMENT not forbidden by UCMJ

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Purpose of NJP

-Ability to maintain GOOD ORDER and DISCIPLINE