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Navy RESERVE Latest Presentation as of Sept 25 2013
 

Navy RESERVE Latest Presentation as of Sept 25 2013

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1. Retired reserve
2. SELRES
1. IDT
2. 4 days of active duty.
3. $317/ mo MGIB
4. Medical $81/mo
1. $253/mo family coverage
2. Covers members 24/7
5. Mobilization deferment 1 year.
3. IRR requirements
1. Keep NPC advised.
4. Questions
1. What are SELRES obligation?
2. Name 3 benefits of the SELRES.
3. What category of the USNR does not require sailor to drill.
4. What forms must sailor have to affiliate with navy reserve?
5. IRR contract required. IRR have special uic 8040N
6. Dishonorable Discharge if don't comply with IRR contract.
7. They have 6 months to come back to SELRES if PRT failure or right re code.
8. Cannot join if 30% Medical discharge or disability.
9. Without CWAY package approved they can still apply straight with SELRES recruiter.

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    Navy RESERVE Latest Presentation as of Sept 25 2013 Navy RESERVE Latest Presentation as of Sept 25 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Career Development Training Course Navy Reserve Force 1
    • Navy Reserve Force Enabling Objectives Upon successful completion of this topic, the trainee will be able to:  IDENTIFY the role of the CCC in regards to the Navy Reserve Force.  STATE the purpose of the Navy Reserve Force.  LIST the Navy Reserve Force categories. 2
    • Navy Reserve Force Enabling Objectives (cont.)  IDENTIFY the components of the Selective Reserve:  Affiliation procedures  Programs  Obligations  Benefits  IDENTIFY Individual Ready Reserve participation requirements.  LIST the benefits of the Individual Ready Reserve. 3
    • Navy Reserve Force Reference Publications  OPNAVINST 1040.11(series), Navy Retention and Career Development Program  OPNAVINST 1900.1(series), Pre-Separation Counseling by Career Information Teams  NAVPERS 15878(series), Career Counselor Handbook  NAVADMIN 007/07, Mobilization Deferment Policy for Transition from Active Component to Reserve Component  www.navyreserve.com  www.tricare.mil/reserve  www.insurance.va.gov  www.gibill.va.gov/ 4
    • Navy Reserve Force CCC Role  As a CCC, you may be required to give Sailors information on the Navy Reserve as an option during separation. At the transition CDB, this can be further clarified:  Doing so is an integral part of a vigorous and sustained total force retention program. 5
    • Navy Reserve Force Navy Reserve Purpose  Support to the Fleet . . . Ready and Fully Integrated:  The Navy Reserve is a full partner with the Navy’s active duty component. Comprised of mission-capable units, the Navy Reserve is a vital component in the defense of our nation.  The mission of the Navy Reserve is to augment the active duty component with Reservists throughout the full range of operations during peacetime and war.  It comprises 20% of total Navy forces. 6
    • Navy Reserve Force Navy Reserve Categories  Selected Reserve (SELRES):  Sailors in a drill-pay status that actively drill 1 weekend per month and at least 2 weeks per year.  They will be considered for selection for promotion and advancement just like the active component. 7
    • Navy Reserve Force Navy Reserve Categories (cont.)  Individual Ready Reserve (IRR):  Are those Sailors not affiliated with a drilling unit.  Are not eligible for advancement (officers may be considered for promotion).  Can actively participate by completing approved correspondence courses and optional Annual Training. 8
    • Navy Reserve Force Navy Reserve Categories (cont.)  Retired Reserve (USNR-Retired):  Are those who have completed at least 20 years of service (Retired).  May still be recalled to active duty in time of war or national emergency as declared by Congress or when otherwise authorized by law. 9
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Affiliation Procedures  DD Form 214 – Ensure Sailor has Member 4  Copy of DD Form 2808/2807-1 (HIV test required)  Copy of last 3 evals/fitreps 10
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Programs  NAVET (Navy Veteran)  OSVET (Other Service Veteran)  RESCORE (Change of Rate)  DPEP (Direct Procurement Enlisted Program) Non-Prior Service 11
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Obligations  Inactive Duty Training (IDT):  1 weekend/16 hours per month/2 IDT’s.  Annual Training (AT):  12 to 17 days per year. 12
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Benefits  Pay:  4 days of active duty base pay for 2 days of weekend training.  SGLI:  Up to $400,000, which covers the Sailor 24/7/365.  Advancement:  E-5 and below exams in February and August.  CPO exam in February. 13
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Benefits (cont.)  Educational Opportunities:  Use of Navy College Offices, CLEP, DANTES, etc.  MGIB-SR: Incur a 6-year Reserve obligation and complete IDTs. (Currently $317.00/month for full-time status). No purchase necessary!  Uniform Entitlements:  Uniform swap (an item for an item) 14
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Benefits (cont.)  Medical/Dental Coverage-TRICARE:  Sailor Only - $81/month  Family Coverage - $253/month  Covers member(s) - 24/7/365  NEX/Commissary/MWR:  Reservists and their family members are authorized unlimited use of military exchanges and commissaries.  “Space A” Air Travel 15
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Benefits (cont.)  Mobilization Deferment:  2-year involuntary mobilization deferment – Sailor affiliates within 6 months (183 days) of release from active duty.  1-year involuntary mobilization deferment – Sailor affiliates within 7 to 12 months (184-365 days) of release from active duty. 16
    • Navy Reserve Force Select Reserve Benefits (cont.)  Overseas Opportunities: London, England Stuttgart, Germany Rota, Spain Naples, Italy Yokosuka, Japan Seoul, Korea Naval Station Guam  Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RCSBP)  Retirement – Earn sufficient points to establish eligibility for retirement with pay at age 60. 17
    • Navy Reserve Force Individual Ready Reserve Participation  Keep NPC advised  Maintain uniforms  Respond to all correspondence/annual screening  Maintain physical readiness  No IDT (drill) requirement  Active duty training/active duty for special work available  Officers (only) eligible for advancement  Contact number: 1-800-535-2699 18
    • Navy Reserve Force Individual Ready Reserve Benefits  Reenlistment/Extension  MWR  NEX/Commissary  VGLI  Reserve retirement  Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RCSBP)  ID card 19
    • Navy Reserve Force Summary and Review  What are the SELRES obligations?  Name 3 benefits of the SELRES.  What category of the USNR does not require a Sailor to drill?  What forms must a Sailor have to affiliate with the Navy Reserve (SELRES)? 20