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NAVPERS 15560D MILPERSMAN Section 1610-030 (29 Sep 2005) PROCEDURES FOR COMMANDS TO WHICH INACTIVE RESERVE PERSONNEL (OFFICER OR ENLISTED) FAIL TO REPORT FOR INVOLUNTARY ACTIVE DUTY

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NAVPERS 15560D MILPERSMAN Section 1610-030 (29 Sep 2005) PROCEDURES FOR COMMANDS TO WHICH INACTIVE RESERVE PERSONNEL (OFFICER OR ENLISTED) FAIL TO REPORT FOR INVOLUNTARY ACTIVE DUTY (13 KB)

Comentario: Para ver o descargar la norma entera, haga clic en su enlace, que está dentro de la casilla que se encuentra arriba de estos comentarios.1. Policy. Commands will follow these procedures when an inactive duty member (officer or enlisted) fails to report as direct for involuntary active duty (Mobilization).

2. Procedures

b. When the member has failed to report, the command to which the member failed to report shall:

(2) Put the member in an Unauthorized Absence (UA) status... If the member has declared intention not to report prior to the report date, immediately upon the member's failure to report, list the member as a deserter (manifest intent) per MILPERSMAN 1600-040.

(3) If the member fails to report within 30 days of the required report date, declare the member a deserter per MILPERSMAN 1600-060.

(4) If the member is returned to military control after being UA 180 days or less, continue to execute the involuntary orders. The commanding officer (CO) may take appropriate disciplinary action and may initiate adminstrative separation processing per the MILPERSMAN. Members returned to military control after 180 days UA will be processed by Navy Absentee Collection and Information Center (NACIC) per MILPERSMAN 1600-060.

NAVPERS 15560D MILPERSMAN Section 1910-158 (12 Jan 2013) SEPARATION BY REASON OF UNSATISFACTORY PARTICIPATION IN THE READY RESERVE

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NAVPERS 15560D MILPERSMAN Section 1910-158 (12 Jan 2013) SEPARATION BY REASON OF UNSATISFACTORY PARTICIPATION IN THE READY RESERVE (99.0 KB)

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2. Policy

a. Per references (a) and (b), members may be separated when they

(1) acquire at least nine unexcused absences from scheduled training in a 12-month period;

(2) fail to satisfactorily complete required annual training;

(3) fail to report for a physical examination;

(4) fail to submit additional related information in connection with a physical examination;

(5) fail to keep the commanding officer (CO) advised of pertinent mobilization information; or

(6) fail to respond to official documentation.

3. Procedures. The notification procedures in MILPERSMAN 1910-402 shall be used. When COs determine discharge isn't warranted, they may recommend transfer to the Standby Reserve (Inactive) (S-2). ...

4. Characterization of Separation.  Per MILPERSMAN 1910-304, the characterization of separation should be Honorable (HON), or General (Under Honorable Conditions) (GEN).

 

BUPERS INSTRUCTION 1001.39F (17 Sep 07) Administrative Procedures for Navy Reservists

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BUPERS INSTRUCTION 1001.39F (17 Sep 07) Administrative Procedures for Navy Reservists (1.1 MB)

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1103. Criteria for Satisfactory Participation.

COs of each NOSC are responsible for monitoring the participation of their members. Criteria for satisfactory participation in the drilling Navy Reserve follows:

1. Members will be designated as an unsatisfactory participant when nine or more IDT periods in a running 12-month period are declared unsatisfactory or are unexcused absences.

Comentario: "IDT" significa Inactive Duty (for) Training (servicio no activo para entrenamiento).
"AT" significa Annual Training (entrenamiento anual).

2. Members must perform a minimum of 12 to 14 days AT each fiscal year when AT is required...

3. Members must report as directed for physical examinations and provide medical information as requested to determine physical qualifications for retention in the Navy Reserve.

4. Members must keep their NOSC CO informed of

a. current address and work and home telephone numbers.

b. changes in physical status.

c. dependency changes.

d. current employment status.

e. other factors that could affect mobilization potential.

5. Members must respond to all official correspondence.

6. Members must comply with involuntary recall to Active Duty.

1107. Actions to be Taken for Unsatisfactory Participation.When members fail to meet the satisfactory participation requirements, they will no longer be eligible for receipt of an Incentive Bonus, the Montgomery GI Bill-Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR) entitlement, or recommendation for advancement or promotion. Additionally, one of the following administrative actions will be taken:

1. Enlisted personnel, upon the recommendation of the unit CO, will be

a. placed on probation for 6 months (figure 11-1), or

b. processed for administrative separation per chapter 8 of this instruction.

PROBATIONARY PERIOD FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL

1. Enlisted personnel may be placed on 6 months probation for unsatisfactory participation if the NOSC CO believes the circumstances that caused the Reservist to be an unsatisfactory participant have been resolved.

2. If during the 6-month probationary period the member accrues one unexcused absence or fails to meet any other participation requirement, the member's drill assignment may be canceled.

3. Additional probationary periods will not be granted at the local level. Cases requiring additional probationary periods will be forwarded via the chain of command to COMNAVRESFORCOM (N12) for determination.

COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1130.8H (MAY 2008) NAVY RECRUITING MANUAL-ENLISTED VOLUME V - DELAYED ENTRY PROGRAM

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COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1130.8H (MAY 2008) NAVY RECRUITING MANUAL-ENLISTED VOLUME V - DELAYED ENTRY PROGRAM (317 KB)

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040106. POLICIES AND STANDARDS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF DEP/DET PERSONNEL

Comentario: "DEP" significa Delayed Entry (o Enlistment) Program (programa de alistamiento postergado); "DET" significa Delayed Entry Training (programa de entrenamiento postergado). "ACDU" significa Active Duty (servicio activo); "IADT" significa Initial Active Duty Training (entrenamiento inicial para el servicio activo). "COMNAVCRUITCOM" significa Commander, Navy Recruiting Command (comandante, mando de reclutamiento de la Navy).

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c. Commanding Officers are authorized to administratively separate (discharge) a member on inactive duty in DEP/DET if, before the start of ACDU or IADT, that member does not meet the qualifications for enlistment as prescribed by COMNAVCRUITCOM; or, the member undergoes a change in personal situation or attitude that justifies separation from DEP/DET. An administrative separation under this provision is an uncharacterized Entry Level Separation (ELS). A member who is being separated from DEP/DET for a reason other than basic enlistment eligibility disqualification, must be counseled concerning opportunities in the Navy Reserve. The reasons for enlistment ineligibility may include but are not limited to:...(8) DEP member for USN/USNR program refuses to access onto active duty as scheduled.(9) DEP or DET member whereabouts become unknown.(10) DEP or DET member wants to pursue a four-year college education....(16) Enlistment misunderstanding....(18) Parental consent is withdrawn for a 17-year-old DEP or DET member....Note 1: Threatening DEP member with possible disciplinary actions for failing to enlist or coercing DEP members to fulfill their contractual obligations is inconsistent with the concept of the all-volunteer force (AVF). If a member of DEP refuses to ship, recruiters will not address the issue of possible disciplinary consequences for failure to report to active duty, nor will the DEP member be told that it is Navy policy to order or force an unwilling member to recruit training or to any other form of active or reserve duty.Note 2: Recruiters must inform their Zone Supervisor (Z/S) immediately whenever a DEP member is either unable or expresses intent of not fulfilling their contractual obligation for any reason. Once notified, the Z/S has up to 48-hours to make contact with the DEP member to affirm the individual's desires, attempt to re-motivate (in a professional manner-free of coercion or intimidation), and notify the command of recommended action to satisfy the DEP member's desires. When DEP discharge is recommended, the CO may direct the immediate administrative separation of the member from DEP. The timeline from recruiting personnel notifying the Z/S to the Commanding Officer's direction to DEP discharge a DEP member shall not exceed 72-hours. A DEP Action Request (DAR), documenting DEP discharge must be placed in the member's residual file.Note 3: Recruiting personnel will exercise sound judgement in their dealings and actions with DEP members declining enlistment to prevent them from feeling intimidated or coerced. This includes directing DEP members to travel beyond their hometown to facilitate a face-to-face meeting with recruiting supervisors for the purpose of discussing their reason(s) for declining to access onto active duty....040107. PROCEDURES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF DEP/DET PERSONNEL.

NAVCRUITDIST COs will separate individuals under the following procedures:a. Instructions Concerning Notification(1) Deliver the NAVPERS 1070/613 (Administrative Separation from Delayed Entry) personally to the respondent or send by first class mail. Reasonable effort should be made to furnish a copy to the member through personal contact by a representative of the command (normally recruiter of record unless transferred, on leave, or otherwise unavailable).(2) The notice must state the member was administratively separated and the reason for the action. That an Entry Level Separation is an administrative separation without characterization of service....c. Caution. Do not use the Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form 214) or reenlistment recommendation codes (RE-codes) in conjunction with an administrative separation from DEP/DET.