Topic 1.15 Reenlistment & Extensions

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Topic 1.15 Reenlistment & Extensions

  1. 1. Career Development Training CourseReenlistments/Extensions 1
  2. 2. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEnabling ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this topic, the trainee will be able to: LIST the purposes of Reenlistment Quality Control. DEFINE reenlistment and extension major terms. IDENTIFY the eligibility factors for reenlistments and extensions of enlistment. LIST the source of information for Rating Entry for General Apprentices (REGA). 2
  3. 3. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEnabling Objectives (cont.) LIST the source of information for Career Opportunity Matrix (CARMAT). IDENTIFY the types of Reentry Codes and the source for Reentry Code information. IDENTIFY the requirements for reenlistment. LIST the types of enlistment extensions. IDENTIFY the vital enlistment extension dates. 3
  4. 4. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEnabling Objectives (cont.) LIST the reasons why extensions may be cancelled. IDENTIFY when the OBLISERV to Train option is available in the enlistment extension process. DETERMINE when leave sell-back is authorized. CALCULATE Lump Sum Leave (LSL). LIST the enlisted discharge/separation types. IDENTIFY the importance of DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. 4
  5. 5. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReference Publications NAVPERS 15560(series), Naval Military Personnel Manual BUPERSINST 1900.8(series), Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD 214) Most current Rating Entry For General Apprentices (REGA) and Career Opportunity Matrix (CARMAT) 5
  6. 6. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReference Publications (cont.) NAVADMIN 208/02, 160/03, 056/05 and 210/08, 292/09, Changes in Enlisted High Year Tenure (HYT) Service Limits. 6
  7. 7. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReenlistment Quality Control MILPERSMAN Art. 1160-030 Purpose – To provide a personnel management program to control rating manning, reduce advancement stagnation, and meet end-strength requirements. 7
  8. 8. Reenlistments and ExtensionsDefinitions Rating – An occupational specialty that encompasses related aptitudes, training experiences, knowledge, and skills. Rate – Identifies personnel occupationally by pay grade. Rate Manning – Ratio of personnel in a rate to the career requirement for that rate. 8
  9. 9. Reenlistments and ExtensionsDefinitions (cont.) Active Military Service:  All active duty (and active duty for training performed subsequent to 9 August 1956) in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Active Naval Service:  All active duty (and all active duty for training performed subsequent to 9 August 1956) in Navy. 9
  10. 10. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors Military Service Obligation:  MILPERSMAN 1133-010  Must serve 8 years:  Initial military service on or after 01 June 84 10
  11. 11. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.) Professional Growth Criteria:  MILPERSMAN 1160-030  Must be met to establish reenlistment eligibility.  Failure to meet professional growth criteria may result in denial of further extensions or reenlistment. 11
  12. 12. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.)Professional Growth Criteria (cont.) First reenlistment the Sailor must be:  Serving as a petty officer, or  Serving in pay grade E-3, having passed an examination for advancement to pay grade E-4 and be currently recommended for advancement, or  Have formerly been a petty officer in current enlistment and be currently recommended for advancement to pay grade E-4. 12
  13. 13. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.) High Year Tenure (HYT)  MILPERSMAN 1160-120, NAVADMIN 208/02, 160/03, 056/05, 210/08, and 292/09.  HYT is designed to control rating manning, reduce advancement stagnation, and meet end-strength requirements.  Although these controls make some HYT waiver requests difficult for NPC to grant, there are situations where waiver requests are encouraged and fully considered. 13
  14. 14. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.)High Year Tenure (cont.) Maximum years of active service:  E-1s/E-2s cannot reenlist unless involved in special programs (HYT is 6 years).  E-3s are eligible to reenlist/extend provided they have met the professional growth criteria:  Continuation beyond 8 years of active naval or 20 years of active military service is not authorized. 14
  15. 15. Reenlistments and Extensions Eligibility Factors (cont.)High Year Tenure (current limits): E-4 – 8 years of active naval service or 20 years of day-for-day active military service E-5 – max 14 years of day-for-day active military service (NAVADMIN 056/05) E-6 – max 20 years of day-for-day active military service E-7 – max 24 years of day-for-day active military service E-8 – max 26 years of day-for-day active military service E-9 – max 30 years of day-for-day active military service 15
  16. 16. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.) High Year Tenure – Waiver Requests:  Not normally granted.  CO must favorably endorse HYT waiver.  Waivers on a case-by-case basis. 16
  17. 17. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.) High Year Tenure and Selection Boards:  Personnel eligible for promotion to E- 7, E-8, and E-9 in the HYT zone will have their record screened by the selection board concurrent with processing of their Fleet Reserve request, provided the HYT date is prior to the Limiting Date for the exam cycle. 17
  18. 18. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEligibility Factors (cont.) Critical/Shortage Skills:  Most critical skills will be approved and have priority for reenlistment without regard to manning of associated rating. 18
  19. 19. Reenlistments and ExtensionsRating Entry for General Apprentices(REGA) NAVADMIN for Rating Entry for General Apprentices (REGA) provides information on how to obtain rating availability for non-designated strikers. REGA is now incorporated in Fleet RIDE and the Career Opportunity Matrix 19
  20. 20. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReentry (RE-CODES) Reentry (RE-CODES) Reference:  BUPERSINST 1900.8 (Encl 3)  MILPERSMAN 1160-030 Separation Codes:  Based on type of separation. 20
  21. 21. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReentry Codes (cont.) RER1 - Recommended for preferred reenlistment. RE1 - Eligible for reenlistment. RE2 - Ineligible for re-up due to:  Fleet Reserve  Retired (except for transfer TDRL)  Commissioned Officer  Chief Warrant Officer 21
  22. 22. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReentry Codes (cont.) RE3 - Conditions attached:  3b Parenthood/Pregnancy/Childbirth  3c Conscientious objector  3e Inducted/Enlisted/EXT/Re-up in error  3h Hardship/Dependency  3r Professional growth criteria RE4 - Adverse RE6 – HYT RE7 – Completion of the initial 2-year obligation (assigned to 2 X 8s) 22
  23. 23. Reenlistments and ExtensionsRequirements for Reenlistment MILPERSMAN 1160-030 Commanding officer’s recommendation Performance requirements Physical requirements Citizenship requirements:  MILPERSMAN 1160-030 Reenlistment ceremonies:  MILPERSMAN 1160-020 Required counseling:  MILPERSMAN 1160-031 23
  24. 24. Reenlistments and ExtensionsExtension of Enlistments Types (MILPERSMAN 1160-040):  Conditional (NAVADMIN 007/09):  Extensions are executed as prescribed and are for periods of 23 months or less. NAVADMIN defines newest guidelines.  Unconditional (NAVADMIN 242/09 effective 01 Oct 09):  Extensions are executed as prescribed for periods of 24 months or more, not to exceed 48 consecutive months. 24
  25. 25. Reenlistments and ExtensionsExtension of Enlistments (cont.) Dates:  Execution Date:  Date signed  Operative Date:  Date goes into effect  EAOS + 1 day  Cancellations:  MILPERSMAN 1160-040 25
  26. 26. Reenlistments and ExtensionsReasons for Which Extensions May BeCancelledIf the Sailor: Is UA on date enlistment would expire Deserts Extends benefit, but it is not received Is disenrolled from specialized course Reenlists Is not recommended for reenlistment Is found to be not physically qualified 26
  27. 27. Reenlistments and ExtensionsOBLISERV To Train (OTT) MILPERSMAN 1306-106 & 1160-040 This option is for those who have an NEC qualifying school en route, or are changing rate, and is limited to those Sailors who are NOT already SRB- eligible and whose EAOS (as extended) is prior to graduation date. In these situations, submit a NAVPERS 1306/7 requesting an OTT waiver. 27
  28. 28. Reenlistments and ExtensionsLeave Sell-Back MILPERSMAN 7220-340 and DODFMR VOL 7A, Chap 35 (DFAS Item # 1-89) Monetary entitlement payable upon death, discharge, release from active duty, or date preceding the effective (operative) date of a first extension of enlistment. Lump Sum Leave (LSL):  60 days max in a career  No longer required to reenlist within 90 days of EAOS 28
  29. 29. Reenlistments and ExtensionsLeave Sell-Back (cont.) Lump Sum Leave (LSL) Calculation:  Base Pay / 30 = Daily Norm or Daily Base Rate (DBR)  DBR x Number of Days = LSL 29
  30. 30. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEnlisted Discharge/Separation MILPERSMAN 1910-300 Types:  Honorable (HON):  Strong character of service  General (Under honorable conditions) (GEN)  Under Other Than Honorable (OTH) 30
  31. 31. Reenlistments and ExtensionsEnlisted Discharge/Separation (cont.) Types (cont.):  Entry-Level Separation (ELS)  Bad Conduct:  Awarded by court-martial  Felony  Dishonorable:  General court-martial only  Felony 31
  32. 32. Reenlistments and ExtensionsDD Form 214, Certificate of Release orDischarge from Active Duty BUPERSINST 1900.8 Legal proof of military service Safeguard this document 32
  33. 33. Reenlistments and ExtensionsSummary and Review Define military service obligation. Define the terms:  Rate  Rating What is the HYT for E-3 to E-9? What are the types of extensions? 33
  34. 34. Reenlistments and ExtensionsSummary and Review (cont.) What is the execution date and operative date of an extension? What are the reasons for which extensions may be cancelled? When can Lump Sum Leave (LSL) be authorized? What are the types of enlisted discharge/separation? 34

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