Section I General 1—1. Purpose a. This regulation prescribes the reporting, selection, assignment, and utilization of Active Army AA enlisted personnel, excluding initial entry training IET Soldiers who are governed by AR — It provides general assignment policies and responsibilities for managing the enlisted force.
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Section I General 1—1. Purpose a. This regulation prescribes the reporting, selection, assignment, and utilization of Active Army AA enlisted personnel, excluding initial entry training IET Soldiers who are governed by AR — It provides general assignment policies and responsibilities for managing the enlisted force. Guidance in this regulation is in addition to that in AR — This regulation is not construed as authority for extending stabilized tours limited by statutes such as Title 10, United States Code, Section 10 USC References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. Responsibilities Responsibilities are listed in chapter 2. Family Care Plan To ensure that all Soldiers regardless of grade can deploy promptly and perform their military duties when not deployed, Family care plans FCPs to cover military Family members must be in place.
Leave policy is governed by AR —8— Security clearance a. AR —8—11 provides procedures for processing AI requiring security clearance.
Soldiers will not be held at the home station pending results of the investigation unless such guidance is in the AI. Security clearance requirements for U. Mode of travel Air transportation is the chief mode of travel for Soldiers to and from assignment areas.
For exceptions, see AR 55— Deletions and deferments are governed by AR —8— Time-on-station a. When all other factors are equal, TOS is a primary consideration in selecting Soldiers for reassignment. The TOS is computed from the month of arrival to the month of departure, inclusive. The TOS is not a consideration in the U.
Soldiers will remain on station for the maximum number of years possible in accordance with Army requirements and consistent with force stabilization rules. Retainability a. The appropriate approval authority listed below may waive retainability restrictions on a case-by-case basis, or on a group basis, when unit moves, inactivations, base closures, or immediately available IA personnel are involved. The waiver request may be initiated at any level of command.
Soldiers who are changing occupational specialty as a result of retraining must have a minimum of 1 year service retainability. Soldiers reassigned CONUS-to-CONUS or overseas-to-CONUS as a result of humanitarian reasons, prisoners, and patients, respectively, who cannot effectively be used at or in the vicinity of the installation, and Soldiers returning from operation contingencies overseas operations in hostile environments must have a minimum of 6 months retainability at the gaining installation for exceptional moves.
This program is intended for grades sergeant SGT through sergeant first class SFC and is designed to enhance personnel retention in the career force and to provide more effective use of enlisted Soldiers. Approve second PCS assignments within the same fiscal year. Waive criteria on assignment limitations for first-term Soldiers. Develop assignment policy for enlisted personnel. Designate all command sergeant major CSM positions.
Grant exceptions on a case-by-case basis to nonstatutory provisions of this regulation, unless otherwise restricted. Establish stabilization policy for enlisted personnel. Field Operating Agencies 2—3. Developing assignment policy for enlisted TPU Soldiers.
The Commanding General, U. Interpret and implement policies initiated by the DCS, G—1. Issue AIs. Manage the CSM Program. Implement assignment and utilization policies and monitor sergeant major SGM assignments throughout the Army.
Provide all Soldiers with broad opportunities for career progression and development, including approving applications for training. Make final decision on all joint domicile JD assignments. This authority may be delegated to an authorized official in the grade of brigadier general or equivalent civilian grade level who directs assignment policies or procedures for the Army. This authority will not be delegated to commands.
Develop procedures to implement the policies established herein. Control operational requirements of individual Soldier stabilization. Exercise assignment approval authority for Soldiers assigned to stabilized positions. The HRC also coordinates with the U. The Commander, U. Review criminal and investigative dossiers. Evaluate and make Army military security clearance eligibility determinations.
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Army Directive 2019-15 (Enlisted Centralized Selection Boards)