SET YOUR USAJOBS STATUS NOTIFICATIONSUSAJOBS can be set up to notify you of the following:   When the jobs you have appli...
APPLICATION MANAGERApplication Manager and USAJOBS are the Federal job application systems of choice for the Department of...
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FIND AND APPLY FOR FEDERAL JOBSHow do you find and apply for Federal civilian jobs?Federal civilian job opportunity announ...
MAKE YOUR RESUME SEARCHABLEWhat is a “searchable” USAJOBS resume?As a job applicant, you may use USAJOBS (www.USAJOBS.gov)...
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READ THE JOB OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTBefore applying to any Federal job opportunity announcement, carefully read and follo...
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SAVE YOUR DOCUMENTS IN USAJOBSSave commonly required job application documents in USAJOBS. The Department of the Navy, lik...
VETERAN HIRING AUTHORITIESWhy do you need to know your veteran hiring eligibilities?This information is critical because y...
VETERAN HIRING AUTHORITIESHow do you find out about your Federal hiring eligibilities?Veterans hiring eligibilities includ...
VETERAN HIRING AUTHORITIESScreenshot Example 3: USAJOBS My Account – Profile – Hiring Eligibility – Veteran continued     ...
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP) CHECKLIST                      FOR DEACTIVATING/DEMOBILIZING NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERV...
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  1. 1. SET YOUR USAJOBS STATUS NOTIFICATIONSUSAJOBS can be set up to notify you of the following:  When the jobs you have applied for have closed  If your saved jobs are closing in three days  If you have updates to your accountWhat do you need to do to receive USAJOBS notifications?If you are interested in making one of your USAJOBS resumes as searchable for Federal HR professionals forpossible consideration, take the following steps:1. Log into your USAJOBS account at www.USAJOBS.gov and go to My Account – Profile – AccountInformation:2. Scroll down to the Notification Settings area and check the desired settings:In general, Federal agencies are required to provide the following job application status information:  Job application receipt acknowledgement  Whether or not you met the minimum job requirements  If you met the minimum requirements, whether or not you were referred to selecting official for consideration  If referred for consideration, whether or not you were selectedOctober 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Set Your USAJOBS Status Notification
  2. 2. APPLICATION MANAGERApplication Manager and USAJOBS are the Federal job application systems of choice for the Department ofthe Navy. If a job opportunity announcement posted on USAJOBS requires the completion of an assessmentquestionnaire, applicants will be directed to an area referred to as Application Manager. In addition toguiding applicants through assessments, Application Manager provides numerous features and benefits toapplicants.System FeaturesApplication Manager enables applicants to complete, submit and track their application packages. Applicantsare guided through the process of completing the assessment questionnaire and uploading the requireddocuments. The system provides access to previously submitted application packages and displays the statusof the application in detail.Benefits to the ApplicantViewing or printing assessment responses and any of the documents submitted with an application effectivelyprepares the applicant for interviews. To apply for a new job announcement, simply reuse previouslysubmitted documents and answers to assessments instead of starting from scratch.Completing Applications with Application Manager  To complete your application, you need to create an Application Manager account at https://ApplicationManager.gov  Follow the instructions in the Navigation Box to complete the application: o Complete the biographic and eligibility information, and the Assessment Questionnaire o Upload documents – if not already attached, attach a resume and other supporting documents o Submit your answers – review and submit the final application package  To review the status of application packages, go to ‘My Application Packages’ on the main pageNOTE: The first time you access Application Manager, you will be required to enter your Social SecurityNumber and your full name. It is extremely important to accurately enter this information (if you do not enterthe correct SSN, it will affect your application consideration).October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Application Manager
  3. 3. CREATE A FEDERAL JOB RESUME IN USAJOBSWhy invest your time and effort creating a Federal resume?Federal resumes differ from private sector resumes. Federal resumes require detailed information about yourspecific work experience and other job-related information. Because Federal human resources (HR)professionals operate under various Federal employment laws, rules and regulations, they cannot infer fromyour previous Navy Ratings or job titles your applicable experience. It is up to you to describe your pastwork experience and detail how you qualify for the jobs to which you apply.The USAJOBS resume builder (available after you create a USAJOBS account at www.USAJOBS.gov) willprompt you to enter all the necessary information to create a Federal resume. There are resources available inthe “Transitioning Service Member Employment Checklist” that will provide you with further assistance.This is especially important when writing detailed descriptions of your work experience - both paid andunpaid.Some great resources include:  Fleet and Family Service Centers (FFSC) – FFSC staff can assist with Federal resume writing, resume review and tips.  Shipmate to Workmate (SM2WM) – Employment counselors who will mentor Sailors on the civilian hiring process. These consultants may be reached at NSSC_SM2WM@navy.mil.  Online training sessions offered by TurboTAP at http://www.turbotap.org/register.tpp. This site offers various resume writing sessions, including those focused on decoding your military skills for civilian employers.  Resume writing tips are offered at http://www.public.navy.mil/donhr/Employment/CivJobOpps/Pages/AllAboutYou.aspx.October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Create a Federal resume in USA JOBS
  4. 4. FIND AND APPLY FOR FEDERAL JOBSHow do you find and apply for Federal civilian jobs?Federal civilian job opportunity announcements are posted on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management(OPM) USAJOBS website at www.USAJOBS.gov.In USAJOBS, you may: 1. Build and store up to five distinct resumes 2. Store up to 10 supporting job application documents 3. Search for Federal civilian job opportunity announcements 4. Create job search agents to alert you of newly opened announcements 5. Apply for Federal civilian job opportunities 6. Be informed of your Federal civilian job application statusMaximize your USAJOBS experienceAs you start exploring USAJOBS website, consider and follow these seven tips:  Tip 1: Get to know your Federal hiring eligibilities  Tip 2: Invest your time and energy in creating a great Federal resume in USAJOBS  Tip 3: Make one of your USAJOBS resume searchable by the Federal Human Resources professionals  Tip 4: Obtain electronic copy of commonly required job application documents and save them under your USAJOBS account  Tip 5: Before conducting a Federal civilian job search in USAJOBS, translate your Navy occupational Rating into related Federal civilian occupational Job Series  Tip 6: Carefully read the job opportunity announcements and follow the job application instructions  Tip 7: Set up your USAJOBS status notificationsTake advantage of many transition resources available to you such as your local Fleet and Family ServiceCenter (FFSC). FFSC can be located at:http://www.cnic.navy.mil/CNIC_HQ_Site/WhatWeDo/FleetandFamilyReadiness/FamilyReadiness/FleetAndFamilySupportProgram/CNICD_A065580October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Find and Apply for Federal Jobs
  5. 5. MAKE YOUR RESUME SEARCHABLEWhat is a “searchable” USAJOBS resume?As a job applicant, you may use USAJOBS (www.USAJOBS.gov) to create and store up to five resumesalong with your Federal job searches.Federal human resources (HR) professionals often serve as a source for finding candidates for possible jobconsideration. If you designate one of your USAJOBS resumes as “searchable,” you allow your resume to besearchable and viewable by Federal HR professionals. You may choose not to designate your resume assearchable until you are finished polishing your resume.How do you make your USAJOBS resumes searchable?1. Log into your USAJOBS account and go to My Account, Resumes.2. From the Resumes page, select the resume that you would like to designate as searchable by the FederalHR professionals and click on the “Make Searchable” option:3. Your resume status will show “Searchable:”Note: You may decide to remove the searchable feature at any time by clicking on “Make Non-Searchable”option.October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Make Your Resume Searchable
  6. 6. MILITARY EXPERIENCE TO FEDERAL JOBS CROSSWALKBefore searching for Federal jobs, find out how your military occupation ratingsrelate to Federal occupational codesThe Department of the Navy military service occupations are codified into “Ratings;” Federal civilian serviceoccupations are codified into a 4-digit “Job Series.”Searching for jobs using Ratings-to-Job Series crosswalk1. Go to the State of Maryland’s Mil2Fedjobs website athttp://www.mil2fedjobs.com/mil_search.aspx and initiate the search by entering your militaryservice information.Screenshot Example: Mil2Fedjobs search2. Review the Mil2Fedjobs search result to determine which Federal Job Series best reflect your overall skillsand experience.The following screenshot shows Federal Job (Occupational) Series related to Navy Enlisted ABF – AviationBoatswain’s Mate (Fuels).From the example, note various potentially related Federal Job Series – from 0081 (Fire Protection andPrevention) to 5413 (Fuel Distribution System Operating). Review the matches and, if you would like tobetter explore current job annoucements for a particuluar Job Series, click on the related “Search USAJOBSNow” link provided on the right-most column.____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 1 of 3
  7. 7. MILITARY EXPERIENCE TO FEDERAL JOBS CROSSWALK Screenshot Example: Mil2Fedjobs – Navy Enlisted ABF search3. Once in USAJOBS site, you may further refine or narrow your job search by using additional parameterssuch as job location, hiring agencies, salary, etc. If you have hiring eligibility other than “U.S. Citizen” such as Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA), be sure to check “Jobs for Federal Employees” option. (Yes, the label is misleading and clicking on help (?) link explains this.) If you do not take this step, you may miss out on finding jobs that you may be eligible to apply. Note that if you first log in to your USAJOBS account and conduct your job search; the system will automatically select the right option for you based on the responses you provided under USAJOBS – My Account – Profile – Hiring Eligibility section. (See the “Veterans Hiring Authorities” tip sheet for related information.)____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 2 of 3
  8. 8. MILITARY EXPERIENCE TO FEDERAL JOBS CROSSWALK4. Finally, once you have refined your job search, let USAJOBS email you future job opportunityannouncement postings that meet your desired job requirements. The search parameters used in this example are: 1. “Jobs for Federal Employees” (or anyone with hiring eligibilities as explained under the help (?) link) 2. “electrician” keyword 3. “Department of Defense” hiring agency Click on the link “Save this search and email me jobs” to begin the Saved Search process.____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 3 of 3
  9. 9. READ THE JOB OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTBefore applying to any Federal job opportunity announcement, carefully read and follow its instructions.1. Job OverviewThe overview area focuses on basic job information such as job title, hiring organization, pay, type ofemployment (e.g., full time vs. part time, career/permanent vs. time-limited), job location, and who may becosidered for the position.Example of an announcement overview Pay attention to the “Who May Be Considered” information. If you do not meet the eligibility specified under this section, your application may not be considered. Refer to the “Veterans Hiring Authorities” tip sheet for more information.2. Key RequirementsThis section outlines special job requirements or conditions of employment. Ask yourself: Are you willing toor will you be able to meet such requirements?Example____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 1 of 3
  10. 10. READ THE JOB OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT3. Qualifications RequiredThis area addresses essential job knowledge, skills, abilities (sometimes referred to as KSAs or competencies)and, in certain cases, education required for the position.Thoroughly read this section and ask yourself: Do I meet the outlined requirements? If yes, are theyaddressed in my resume and/or application package? If not, make the necessary changes. Federal humanresources (HR) professionals will not know what qualifications you possess unless you specifically addressthem in your resume and other documents required by the announcement.Example4. How You Will Be EvaluatedNote that most Federal job opportunity announcements, including those posted by the Department of theNavy, will require you to complete an assessment questionnaire. Preview the assessment questions (normallya link to a separate page from the announcement) before applying.Just as with the information contained under the Qualifications Required area, ensure that what you areclaiming in your responses to the questions are reflected in your resume and other required applicationdocuments, as appropriate. Federal HR professionals will review your resume and other required applicationdocuments and compare them against your responses before making the qualification determination.____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 2 of 3
  11. 11. READ THE JOB OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTExample of an assessment questionnaire5. How to ApplyMost jobs posted on USAJOBS allow applications to be initiated directly from USAJOBS announcementposting via its Apply Online button. Before you click on that button, be sure to read the required jobapplication documents.If you do not provide all the required documents, your application will be considered incomplete and you willnot be considered for the position.Example of required documents for an announcement____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 3 of 3
  12. 12. SAVE YOUR DOCUMENTS IN USAJOBSSave commonly required job application documents in USAJOBS. The Department of the Navy, like mostFederal agencies, requires applicants to submit certain documents to determine your eligibility andqualifications for the job. It is also recommended that applicants bring copies of documents with them tocareer fairs.For veterans, commonly required documents include DD 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge fromActive Duty and SF 15, Application For 10-Point Veterans Preference. Other documents may includeSailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) transcripts, college transcripts,and professional license or certifications.The USAJOBS Saved Documents feature (available once you create an account at www.USAJOBS.gov) willallow you to store up to 10 documents in this area. During your USAJOBS application process, you will beprompted to select one or more of the saved documents to include in your application package.Screenshot Example: USAJOBS – Saved DocumentsOctober 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Save Your Documents in USAJOBS
  13. 13. VETERAN HIRING AUTHORITIESWhy do you need to know your veteran hiring eligibilities?This information is critical because your veteran hiring eligibility (also referred to as appointment/appointingauthority), or eligibilities (you may be eligible for more than one category), will provide you the opportunityto gain employment with the Federal civilian government, to include the Department of Defense as well asthe Department of Navy, Air Force and Army.In the Federal government, hiring managers may choose various recruitment methods and areas ofconsideration. These methods are governed by Federal civilian employment law, rules and regulations.Two most common recruitment methods are Delegated Examining (DE) and Merit Promotion:  Under DE, anyone from the general public – defined generally as any U.S. citizen – may apply.  Under Merit Promotion, you must meet the hiring eligibility requirements specified under the “Who May Be Considered” section of the job opportunity announcement. Make note of another commonly used Federal civil service term: “status” applicants. “Status” refers to an individual that is a current or former employee who was appointed in the competitive service of the Federal government on a permanent basis. Here’s a screenshot of a job opportunity announcement: For this particular job opportunity announcement, applicants who are eligible for appointment under one of the identified hiring eligibilities may be considered: Current Federal employees; VEOA (Veterans Employment Opportunity Act) eligibles; or ICTAP (Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan).____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 1 of 3
  14. 14. VETERAN HIRING AUTHORITIESHow do you find out about your Federal hiring eligibilities?Veterans hiring eligibilities include Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA), 30% Disabled Veterans, andVeterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA). Determine your eligibility by accessing the Department ofthe Navy Civilian Human Resources website at:www.public.navy.mil/donhr/Employment/HiringReform1/common%20hiring%20definitions.pdf or theDepartment of Labor Veterans’ Preference Advisor website at: http://www.dol.gov/elaws/vetspref.htmWhen you create your USAJOBS user account at www.USAJOBS.gov go to the Profile link.Choose the hiring eligibility link to include your citizenship status and your military service. Be sure tocarefully read and provide your response to the USAJOBS hiring eligibility questions, especially thosepertaining to your military service.The below examples depict what you may expect in USAJOBS. Note that as a veteran, you will be promptedto upload documents supporting your military service such as DD 214 (Certificate of Release or Dischargefrom Active Duty), or SF 15 (Application for 10-point Veteran Preference). Be sure to obtain an electroniccopy of your documents.Screenshot Example 1. USAJOBS My Account – Profile – Hiring EligibilityScreenshot Example 2: USAJOBS My Account – Profile – Hiring Eligibility – Veteran When you answer “yes” to question #3, this area will expand to include follow-up questions, beginning with question #3.1. Determine your veteran’s preference eligibility by going to the Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Preference Advisor site at http://www.dol.gov/elaws/vets/vetpref/mservice.htm. Note that veterans’ preference is not the same as Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA) hiring eligibility. Under certain recruitment methods - such as Delegated Examining that are open to all U.S. citizens - veterans who qualify as preference eligibles receive preference over many other applicants.____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 2 of 3
  15. 15. VETERAN HIRING AUTHORITIESScreenshot Example 3: USAJOBS My Account – Profile – Hiring Eligibility – Veteran continued These questions are asked to determine eligibility under the Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) eligibility.Screenshot Example 4: USAJOBS My Account – Profile – Hiring Eligibility – Special Hiring Options These are special hiring eligibilities/authorities. Be sure to read the definitions provided in USAJOBS for each possible selection and check all that apply to you.Screenshot Example 5. Prompt to upload your military service documents in USAJOBSNote that you may also upload or save your eligibility documents using USAJOBS Saved Documents feature.(Check out the Save Your Documents tip sheets.)____________________________________________________________________________October 2011 www.donhr.navy.mil Page 3 of 3
  16. 16. TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP) CHECKLIST FOR DEACTIVATING/DEMOBILIZING NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS (Please read Privacy Act Statement and Instructions in Section III before completing this form.) SECTION I - PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AUTHORITY: 10 U.S.C .1142, Preseparation Counseling; E.O. 9397, as amended (SSN). PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To record transition services and benefits requested by and provided to Service members; to identify transition counseling areas of interest as a basis for development of an Individual Transition Plan (ITP). The signed transition counseling checklist will be maintained in the Service members official personnel file. Title 10, USC 1142, requires that not later than 90 days before the date of separation, for anticipated losses, transition counseling for Service members shall be made available. For unanticipated losses, transition counseling shall be made available as soon as possible. ROUTINE USE(S): None. DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of SSN is mandatory. Disclosure of other information in Section II is voluntary; however, it may not be possible to initiate preseparation counseling and other transition assistance services or develop an Individual Transition Plan (ITP) for a Service member if the information is not provided. SECTION II - PERSONAL INFORMATION (To be filled out by all applicants)1. NAME 2. SSN 3. GRADE 4. DATE OF BIRTH c. Middlea. Last Name b. First Name Initial (YYYYMMDD)5. SERVICE (X one) 6.a. PLACE OF RELEASE FROM ACTIVE DUTY ARMY NATIONAL GUARD (1) MILITARY INSTALLATION/CITY (2) STATE (3) ZIP CODE ARMY RESERVE NAVY RESERVE MARINE CORPS RESERVE 6.b. CIVILIAN PLACE OF RESIDENCE UPON RELEASE FROM ACTIVE DUTY AIR NATIONAL GUARD (1) CITY (2) STATE (3) ZIP CODE AIR FORCE RESERVE COAST GUARD RESERVE7. ANTICIPATED DATE OF 8. DATE CHECKLIST 8.a. Place an X in this box ONLY if you have 89 days or less remaining on active duty RELEASE FROM PREPARED prior to demobilization or deactivation. (Please read the following instructions: If you ACTIVE DUTY (YYYYMMDD) have 89 days or less remaining on active duty before your demobilization or deactivation, (YYYYMMDD) why was your transition counseling not conducted earlier? Please go to Section VI - REMARKS and check the response that best describes the reason why transition counseling was not conducted earlier.)9. IS YOUR SPOUSE/FAMILY MEMBER/LEGAL GUARDIAN/DESIGNEE PRESENT DURING TRANSITION COUNSELING? (X one) YES NO N/A9.a. Are you willing to be contacted after your 9.b. Applies only to personnel with multiple deployments and with documented transition counseling demobilization or deactivation regarding the from a previous deployment. (X if applicable) value of the transition assistance programs I decline transition counseling for this deployment. I hereby certify transition counseling was and services you received? (X one) received in conjunction with a prior deployment and therefore decline additional transition counseling. I understand a copy of this DD Form 2648-1 will be filed in my military personnel YES NO records. SECTION III - INSTRUCTIONS All demobilizing/deactivating National Guard and Reserve Service members shall read these instructions before completing Sections IV, V, and VI of this form. After being counseled, Service member shall sign and date the form in items 28.a. and 28.b. This form will be used for eligible deactivating/demobilizing National Guard and Reserve Service members. (1) Items checked "YES" indicate that you require additional information or referral to a subject matter expert on the installation or to an appropriate person in another agency or organization outside of DoD or attendance at a scheduled employment or VA session (Section IV). (2) Shaded areas on the form mean: (a) the information is not applicable (example: item 11.b. is shaded under "Spouse" because DD Form 2586, "Verification of Military Experience and Education - VMET", does not apply to spouses); or (b) the item is referring to a Web site address and URLs require no further explanation. URLs are provided so Service members can research information at their leisure on a given topic or subject. (3) Department of Labor (DOL) TAP Employment Workshop: In accordance with DoDI 1332.35, all eligible demobilizing/deactivating National Guard and Reserve Service members who request attendance, by checking "YES" in item 11.a. on DD Form 2648-1, shall be released to attend the workshop in its entirety during normal duty hours. Units shall contact the Director Veterans Employment and Training (DVET) or the Department of Labor to schedule the appropriate employment workshop. Units are encouraged to schedule a DOL employment workshop in conjunction with the Yellow Ribbon Program during one of the 30, 60, 90 day reintegration events. Workshops shall take place at unit home stations or any other location mutually agreed upon by the Unit and the DVET or DOL official representative. The TAP services available include but are not limited to RC TAP and virtual TAP resources. In the event that a DOL workshop is unavailable, the Service member may attend a Reserve Component TAP or DOL equivalent employment workshop conducted by the Military Services. Service members shall be released to complete the workshop in its entirety and will be exempt from normal duty the full 24 hour period of each workshop day and the 12 hours immediately preceding and following workshop/briefing. (4) Post Government (Military) Service Employment Restrictions Counseling (item 24). Service members are required to receive this counseling prior to release from Active Duty. Transition/Command Career Counselors shall refer demobilizing/deactivating National Guard and Reserve Service members to an installation legal office (Staff Judge Advocate or Counsels Office) to ensure Service members receive guidance on post government (military) employment restrictions from an ethics official. Transition/Command Career Counselors can coordinate with their supporting Staff Judge Advocate or Solicitor General Office or an Ethics Official to ensure they provide this counseling at demobilization sites prior to National Guard and Reserves being released from active duty (item 23). (5) Veterans Benefits Briefing: In accordance with DoDI 1332.35, all demobilizing/deactivating National Guard and Reserve Service members who check "YES" in item 19 shall be released to complete the Veterans Benefits Briefing sponsored and offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in its entirety. Service members will be exempt from normal duty the full 24 hour period of each VA Benefits Briefing day and the 12 hours immediately preceding and following the VA Benefits Briefing.DD FORM 2648-1 TEST, JAN 2011 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE. Page 1 of 5 Pages Adobe Professional 8.0
  17. 17. TAP CHECKLIST FOR NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) SSN DEACTIVATING/ DEMOBILIZINGNATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS SECTION III - INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) (6) Disabled Transition Assistance Program (DTAP): In accordance with DoDI 1332.35, all demobilizing/deactivating National Guard and Reserve Service members who check "YES" in item 20 (with special emphasis on Wounded, Ill, or Injured), who have or think they have a service-connected disability, are awaiting a medical discharge, or have incurred an injury or illness while on active duty, or aggravated a pre-existing condition, and those referred to a Physical Evaluation Board or placed in a medical hold status by their Service, shall be released to complete the DTAP Briefing sponsored by VA. Spouses/Family Member/Legal Guardian/Designee are encouraged to attend the DTAP briefing. Service members will be exempt from normal duty the full 24 hour period of each VA DTAP Briefing day and the 12 hours immediately preceding and following the VA DTAP Briefing. (7) Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA): Transition/Command Career Counselors shall ensure that a qualified subject matter expert provide information on employment and reemployment rights and obligations for National Guard and Reserve Service Members (Chapter 43, Title 38 U.S. Code) - www.dol.gov/elaws/userra.htm. Subject matter experts may be a DOL employee, a representative from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a military lawyer, etc. SECTION IV Please indicate (by checking either YES or NO) whether you (or if accompanied by your spouse/family member/legal guardian/designee if applicable) desire additional counseling for the following benefits and services to which you may be entitled. All benefits and services checked YES should be used to develop your Individual Transition Plan (ITP). The following benefits and services available to all Service members, unless otherwise specified, will be explained by the Transition/Command Career Counselor. SERVICE SPOUSE MEMBER REFERRED TO YES NO YES NO10. EFFECTS OF A CAREER CHANGE11. EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCEa. Do you want to attend the Department of Labor sponsored Transition Assistance Employment Workshops or Service sponsored Transition workshops/seminars? b. Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) (DD Form 2586). Do you want a copy of your VMET document? If yes, go to www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet to print your VMET document and cover letter. c. Counselor will provide information on civilian occupations corresponding to Military occupations (see Occupational Information Network (O*NET website) at www.online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk and related assistance programs) and civilian occupations related to assistance programs. (1) Licensing, Certifications and Apprenticeship Information. (a) Department of Labor - www.careeronestop.org/CREDENTIALING/CredentialingHome.asp (b) U.S. Army Credentialing On-line https://www.cool.army.mil (c) U.S. Military Apprenticeship Program - https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil/usmapss (d) DANTES www.dantes.doded.mil/dantes_web/danteshome.asp (e) Navy Cool Website https://www.cool.navy.mil d. TurboTAP.org (www.TurboTAP.org) and other programs, tools, and resources (1) Employment Hub - www.turboTAP.org/portal/transition/resources/Employment_Hub (2) Hire Vets First www.hirevetsfirst.dol.gov/realifelines/index.asp (3) State Job Boards www.careeronestop.org/jobsearch/cos_jobsites.aspx (4) DOL REALifelines www.hirevetsfirst.dol.gov/realifelines/index.asp e. Public and Community Service Opportunities www.turboTAP.org/portal/transition/lifestyles/Employment/Public_and_Community_Service PACS_Registry_Program f. Teacher and Teachers Aide Opportunities/Troops to Teachers www.proudtoserveagain.com g. Federal Employment Opportunities (1) www.usajobs.opm.gov (2) www.go-defense.com (3) Information on Veterans Preference in Federal Employment (4) Information on Veterans Federal Procurement Opportunities (5) Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Special Hiring Authorities h. Hiring Preference in Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) jobs (Eligible Involuntary Separatees) i. State Employment Agencies (1) Career One Stop Centers - www.careeronestop.org/jobsearch/cos_jobsites.aspx (2) Workforce Investment Act (WIA) j. Information concerning veterans small business ownership and entrepreneurship programs (1) Small Business Administration www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/ovbd/ and www.score.org SBA Patriot Express Loan (2) National Veterans Business Development Corporation www.veteranscorp.orgDD FORM 2648-1 TEST, JAN 2011 Page 2 of 5 Pages
  18. 18. TAP CHECKLIST FOR DEACTIVATING/ NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) SSN DEMOBILIZING NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS SERVICESECTION IV (Continued) MEMBER SPOUSE REFERRED TO YES NO YES NO11. EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE (Continued) k. Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) l. Information on "Priority of Service" for veterans in receipt of employment, training, and placement services provided under qualified job training programs of the Department of Labor12. RELOCATION ASSISTANCE *NOTE: Status of Forces Agreement limitations apply to overseas Service members. a. Permissive (TDY/TAD) and Excess leave*b. Travel and Transportation Allowances (see Note above)13. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR HOUSING COUNSELING ASSISTANCE portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD14. EDUCATION/TRAINING a. Education benefits (Post 9-11 GI Bill Chapter 33), (Montgomery GI Bill for Selected Reserve), Veterans Educational Assistance Program (REAP)), (MGIB Active Duty Eligibility for National Guard and Reserves) www.gibill.va.gov b. U.S. Department of Education Federal Aid Programs www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov c. Other Federal, State, or local education/training programs and options d. Loan Relief for Military Personnel Called to Active Duty: www.defenselink.mil/ra/mobil/pdf/sections.pdf (See Section 8 of this document, go to page 21 and read section under Students on Loan Relief for Military Personnel Called to Active Duty)15. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH WELL-BEING a. Information on availability of Healthcare and Mental Health Services (Post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, suicidal ideations, combat operational/stress, or other mental health conditions associated with service in the Armed Forces) (1) Transitional Healthcare Benefit/TRICARE (for eligibility and additional information go to: www.tricare.mil or www.tricare.mil/Factsheets/browsetopic.cfm) (click on Transitional Assistance Management Program) (2) TRICARE Reserve Select (for eligibility and additional information go to:www.tricare.mil/mybenefit/home/overview/Plans/LearnAboutPlansAndCosts/TRICAREReserveSelect) (3) VA Health Administration www1.va.gov/health/index.asp (4) VA Vet Center www.vetcenter.va.gov (5) State and local healthcare and mental health services b. Describe healthcare and other benefits to which the member may be entitled under the laws administered by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs - www.va.gov (1) VA health care (2) VA dental care16. HEALTH AND LIFE INSURANCE a. Continued Health Care Benefits Program - Option to purchase 18-month conversion health insurance. Concurrent pre-existing condition coverage with purchase of conversion health insurance www.tricare.mil/mybenefit/home/overview/SpecialPrograms/CHCBP b. Veterans Group Life Insurance (VGLI) www.insurance.va.gov/sglisite/vgli.htm and www.turboTAP.org websites c. Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (SGLI) www.insurance.va.gov/sglisite/default.htm and www.turboTAP.org websites d. Traumatic Injury Protection Program (TSGLI ) www.insurance.va.gov/sglisite/tsgli/expandedbenefits.htm and www.turboTAP.org websites e. Family Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (FSGLI) www.insurance.va.gov/sglisite/fsgli/sglifam.htm and www.turboTAP.org websites f. Service-Disabled Veterans Insurance (S-DVI) www.insurance.va.gov/inForceGliSite/buying/SDVI.htm and www.turboTAP.org websites g. Veterans Mortgage Life Insurance (VMLI) www.insurance.va.gov/inForceGliSite/buying/VMLI.htm and www.turboTAP.org websites h. For more information on Veterans Life Insurance, visit: www.insurance.va.gov i. Transitional Health and Dental Care Benefit - for eligibility criteria and additional information, go to: www.tricare.mil and www.tricare.mil/dental/TRDP_Eligibility.cfmDD FORM 2648-1 TEST, JAN 2011 Page 3 of 5 Pages
  19. 19. TAP CHECKLIST FOR NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) SSN DEACTIVATING/ DEMOBILIZINGNATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS SERVICESECTION IV (Continued) MEMBER SPOUSE REFERRED TO YES NO YES NO17. FINANCES a. Financial Management (TSP, Retirement, SBP, military vs. civilian pay and benefits) b. Separation pay (Eligible Involuntary Separatees) c. Unemployment Compensation d. General money management (budgeting, debt reduction) e. Personal savings and investing18. DO YOU WANT TO ATTEND THE VETERANS BENEFITS BRIEFING? (See Instructions, Section III, item 5)19. DISABLED VETERANS BENEFITS a. Do you want to attend the Disabled Transition Assistance Program (DTAP) Briefing? See Section III - Instructions, item 6 and VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service at www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre b. VA Disability Benefits www.vba.va.gov/VBA/benefits/factsheets c. Benefits Delivery at Discharge and Quick Start www.vba.va.gov/predischarge20. SERVICEMEMBERS CIVIL RELIEF ACT (SCRA) usmilitary.about.com/od/sscra/Servicemembers_Civil_Relief_Act.htm21. STATE VETERANS BENEFITS22. 2-YEAR COMMISSARY AND EXCHANGE PRIVILEGES (Eligible Involuntary Separatees)23. LEGAL ASSISTANCE24. POST GOVERNMENT (MILITARY) SERVICE EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTION COUNSELING Information on post government (military) employment counseling (restrictions on employment, imposed by statute and regulation) shall be conducted by the Military Services as appropriate. Transition/Command Career Counselors shall refer eligible National Guard and Reserve Service members to an installation legal office (Staff Judge Advocate or Counselors Office) to ensure they receive a post government (military) employment restrictions briefing or counseling from an ethics official. Transition/Command Career Counselors can coordinate with their supporting Staff Judge Advocate or Solicitor General Office or an Ethics Official to ensure they provide this counseling at demobilization sites prior to National Guard and Reserves being released from active duty.25. INDIVIDUAL TRANSITION PLAN (ITP) a. As a separating Service member, after receivingTransition Counseling information and completing this checklist, you and your spouse/ family member/legal guardian/designee (if applicable) are entitled to receive assistance in developing an Individual Transition Plan (ITP) based on the areas of interest you have identified on this checklist. TheTransition Counseling Checklist addresses a variety of transition services and benefits to which you may be entitled. Each individual is strongly encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to develop an ITP. The purpose of the ITP is to identify educational, training, and employment objectives and to develop a plan to help you achieve these objectives. It is the Military Departments responsibility to offer Service members the opportunity and assistance they need to develop an ITP. It is the Service members responsibility to develop an ITP based on his/her specific objectives and the objectives of his or her spouse, if appropriate. SERVICE SPOUSE Based upon information received during Transition Counseling, do you and/or your spouse/family member/ MEMBER legal guardian/designee desire assistance in developing your ITP? If YES, the Transition staff/counselor/ YES NO YES NO Command Career Counselor is available to assist you (see www.TurboTap.org website). b. To assist your transition counselor, choose the answer that best describes your post-military goal(s): (X all that apply) I already have post-military employment. I plan to go to school and use my VA education benefits. I plan to get a job and start work as soon as possible. I dont know what I plan to do. Other (please describe/write in)DD FORM 2648-1 TEST, JAN 2011 Page 4 of 5 Pages
  20. 20. TAP CHECKLIST FOR NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) SSN DEACTIVATING/ DEMOBILIZINGNATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS SECTION V - LANGUAGE SKILLS/REGIONAL EXPERTISE Counselors will ensure all transitioning Service members, Active, Guard and Reserves with language skills and/or regional expertise complete Item 26.26. The Department of Defense and other Federal agencies have placed a high level of importance on critical foreign language skills and regional expertise to meet emerging requirements during times of need, crisis, and/or national emergency. The Department of Defense and other Federal agencies may want to contact you in the future to determine if you would be willing to volunteer your services or to offer you potential employment that would take advantage of your language proficiency and/or regional expertise. a. Do you consent to being contacted by the Department of Defense for such purposes? YES NO b. Do you consent to having the Department of Defense share your information with other Federal agencies YES NO for such purposes? SECTION VI - REMARKS (Attach additional pages if necessary)Complete the following ONLY if you placed an X in Item 8.a. (See page 1, Section II, Item 8.a.)27. MY COUNSELING WAS CONDUCTED 89 DAYS OR LESS BEFORE MY TRANSITION BECAUSE OF: (X one) Mission requirements Legal separation Personal reasons Change in career decision Medical separation/discharge Other (Please provide a brief explanation)28. SERVICE MEMBER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT By signing and dating this form, you, the Service member, are acknowledging that you received Transition Counseling on the date below (item 28.b.), and that you understand the transition benefits and services available to assist you in your transition as required by Title 10, U.S.C., Chapter 58, Section 1142. a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. DATE (YYYYMMDD) c. TRANSITION COUNSELOR SIGNATURE d. DATE (YYYYMMDD)DD FORM 2648-1 TEST, JAN 2011 Reset Page 5 of 5 Pages
  21. 21. AFFILIATION APPLICATION CHECKLIST Red Highlighted forms to be completed by Applicant An asterisk (*) is placed by those forms to be signed and dated with recruiter, processor or person indicted on form Professional Documents/ExplanationDeclination of Financial Incentive (NC 1131/212) if eligible for financial incentiveReport of Medical Examination (DD 2808) must have HIV, drug & alcohol test Physical must not be older than 2 years.Report of Medical History (DD 2807-1)HIV Statement of Understanding (NC 1131/45) If HIV results not on examHeight/Weight/Body Fat (if BF is required, include BF measurements signed by CFL)Privacy Act Statement for Health Care Records (DD 2005)DD 214 and or Point Capture If prior active/reserve servicePRT Results (NC 1131/28 or 1131/29) Signed and dated by Command Fitness Leader (CFL)Separation Orders members separating within 60 days. Medical Program ApplicantsResume / Curriculum Vitae signed and dated, must include work experience and educationProfessional Certificate/License copies from all states ever licensedLicense Verification (NC 1131/13) all states ever licensed, include DEAVerification of Participation (Drill Muster sheet) / Individual Inactive Duty Training (IDT) / Participation Record/Point Capture PageInactive Orders (NAVRES 1321.1) CopyAccession Approval Report from CIRIMS CopyReady Reserve Agreement (NAVPERS 1200/1) CopyOfficer Acceptance and Oath of Office (for DCO, IST and Reappointment) CopyMedical Department Programs Memorandum of Understanding for Initial Date of Rank CopyEntry Grade Worksheet Reference (SECNAVINST 1120.6 series) CopyTraining and Service Agreement for Inactive Duty Appointees CopyStatement of Understanding regarding National Agency check (for 2105, 2205, 2305, 2905, 2505 & 4105) CopyRestrictions of Personnel Conduct in the Armed Forces CopyHSOJAX Fax Transmittal Cover Sheet (NAVCRUIT 1131/49) (for 2105, 2205, 2305 and 2905) CopyDisclosure of SSN Privacy Act Statement (NC 5211/1)Record of Emergency Data worksheet (NAVCRUIT 5211/1)Satisfactory Participation Requirements (NAVPERS 1570/2) CopyDirect Deposit Statement of Understanding (NAVPERS 1070/613) CopyState of Legal Residence Certificate (DD Form 2058) CopyForm W-4 CopyServiceman’s Group Life Insurance (SGLI) Election form (SGLV 8286) CopyNAVRES Incentive Agreement (written financial incentive agreements for critical wartime subspecialties or critical skills affiliation bonus) CopyChange of Name Statement * (NC 1131/14) or provide copy of court documents/marriage licenseFamily Care Plan Certificate (NP 1740/6) must include if single parent or dual military as applicableDual Compensation & Waiver Claim Statement * (NC 1100/26) required if “yes” responses to questions 20a. & 20b. of Sec I of Application for Commission
  22. 22. Command Career Counselors Quick Guide to Success for Navy Reserve Affiliation/EnlistmentAs we continue to shape the force to meet mission requirements, efforts tofully integrate the Navy Reserve requires a level of experience held only byactive duty Sailors. Reserve affiliation/enlistment makes us a stronger Navyby capitalizing on skills and experience that we have helped develop andprovides the transitioning Sailor with additional monthly income, bonuses insome ratings, professional training, and continued medical and dentalbenefits.1. Navy Reserve Force. Click here to view the Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Homeport Website for program information and benefits. If you are a new to the Navy Reserve, click on the subsections on the left of the page to learn about the Navy Reserve, Reserve Sailors, Reserve Families, view PODcast’s, and read the current Reserve magazine The Navy Reservists (TNR). Click the sign in button at the top of the page for a Common Access Card (CAC) login to the private side of the web page. This side of the web page contains the links to Command Information, Site Maps, Help Desk Contact, Information Boards, Quick Links, reserve Force Announcements, and Applications. This side provides information on Navy Reserve Affiliation/Enlistment Bonuses, Reserve Pay Scale, Selected Reserve Montgomery GI Bill and GI Bill Kicker, Reserve Retirement, Training Opportunities, Medical and Dental Benefits and SGLI, Navy Exchange, Commissary, MWR privileges, Space ‘A” Travel, Tax breaks and much more. a. Click the Navy Recruiting District (NRD) locator for a list of NRD. If the nearest NRD is outside reasonable commuting distance, messing and berthing are provided. b. Click the contact button for the selected NRD to obtain information and phone numbers. c. For additional information on Navy Reserve Military Pay and Benefits click here.2. Navy Reserve Participation. Prior active service Sailors who voluntarily participate will normally perform four Inactive Duty Training (IDT) periods per month (regular/flexible), minimum of four hours each (called drills) and 12-17 days of Annual Training (AT) per fiscal year. Reserve pay is based on a per drill pay scale equivalent to one day basic pay for each drill performed. Two days (4 drills) equals four days basic pay. Additionally, Selected Reservists (SELRES) may be entitled to special pays including Aviation Career Incentive Pay/Career Enlisted Flight Incentive Pay, and Funeral Honor Detail Allowance. Annual Training may entitle SELRES to basic pay, Foreign Language Proficiency Bonus, additional allowances and Travel Pay.3. Navy Reserve Retirement. To qualify upon application for non-regular-retired pay at age 60, a member must have completed 20 years of qualifying service unless otherwise provided by law. The last 6 years of such qualifying service must be in a Reserve component for members who have earned 20 or more years of qualifying service on or before 24 April 2005. There is no requirement that the last 6 years be continuous service. For members who complete 20 years of qualifying service on or after 25
  23. 23. April 2005, the last 6 years of qualifying service in a Reserve componentis not a requirement to qualify for non-regular retired pay.***Satisfactory Service*** A Naval Reservist must earn a minimum of 50retirement points in an anniversary year to be credited with a year ofsatisfactory service for retirement purposes. The requirement for aqualifying year for retirement purposes should not be confused withsatisfactory drill participation. Members must perform a minimum of 12 to14 days Annual Training (AT) each fiscal year when AT is required. (1) Year Policy Execution Guidance Notice. Active Duty/AT. One point for each day of active duty or AT (including travel time). (2) Drills. One point for each authorized drill attended (pay or non-pay status). A maximum of four retirement points may be credited for each drill weekend (3) Correspondence Courses. Varying point credited for completion of approved correspondence courses. Refer to the Catalog of Courses listed on The Non-Resident Training Courses (NRTC) website. For those of you who are seasoned veterans of the old NRTC website, you will find all your Active Courses, Course Registration, Completion Letter, Profile and other student services under the "Student Service" menu listed on the site. For those who are new to the system, go to the "Course Registration" page. Here you will be able to register for new courses. Your assignments will be listed under the "Active Courses" menu option. For any additional help, please contact the NRTC help desk on the page. (4) Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) eLearning Courses. This link, CAC enabled, is to a printable list of eLearning courses offering "RECOMMENDED" reserve points. NOTE: Commander Navy Reserve Forces (CNRF) N7 determines the number of reserve points awarded for completion of a course taken on Navy eLearning. This listing should only be used as a guide and is subject to change by direction of CNFR N7. Navy eLearning has no control over how many, if any, reserve points are eventually awarded for the completion of a course. All questions concerning the award of reserve points should be directed to CNFR N7. (5) Membership Points. Fifteen points credited for each complete year of active status membership in a Reserve component. • Note: No more than 130 points per anniversary year can be credited from drills, correspondence courses and membership. • Example. An E-5 with four years of active duty service receives 1,460 points. If the member drills for 16 years and averages 90 points per anniversary year to reach 20 years of qualifying service, that member will receive an additional 2080 points for an accumulative total of 3540 points. • The formula for computing retirement pay granted under 10 USC 12731 and 1401 is: P/360 x .025 x B = $ /monthly P denotes total number of retirement points and B denotes applicable Basic Pay in Grade in which retired. To utilize the Pay and Compensation calculator and estimate your reserve retirement pay click here. When you receive retired pay, reservists on the Navy Reserve Retired list are eligible for additional benefits (i. e. TRICARE)
  24. 24. 4. TRICARE Reserve Select/TRICARE Dental Program - – Medical and Dental Insurance are available to purchase through TRICARE for you and your family. This is a great service either as your primary or secondary insurance for you and your family. On the Tricare web page search for Tricare Reserve Select using the browser at the top of the page. The Tricare Dental Program web page has the latest dental premiums and benefit information for the Guard/Reserve. 2011 Rates Medical/ Dental Insurance Rates Medical Dental Monthly Sponsor Only $53.16 $12.69 Monthly Single Premium (one family member, $31.72 excluding sponsor)* Monthly Family Premium (more than one family $79.29 member, excluding sponsor) $197.76 per Monthly Sponsor & Family Premium* $91.98 month5. Transitioning Sailor Timeline. TIME BEFORE EAOS ACTION TO BE TAKEN12 months Conduct Career Development Board. Separating/undecided Sailor completes DD 2648. Schedule TAP class. Direct Sailor to Turbo TAP web page for development of the Individual Transition Plan (ITP). Sailor must present copy of completed DD 2648 when Sailor attends TAP.11 months CO interviews undecided/separating Sailors and spouses based on department recommendation.9 months TAMP coordinator validate TAP class completions or ensure member is still scheduled for completion prior to 6 months before EAOS. Ensure each Sailor is briefed regarding Naval Reserve benefits.
  25. 25. 6 months TAP class confirmed completed by CCC. PTS disapprovals complete DD 2648. Schedule TAP class. The CCC shall screen the Sailor to ensure he/she is eligible for service in the Navy Reserve. A disqualifying factor is not being recommended for retention. If not recommended for retention, the member’s command will discharge the Sailor locally at normal EAOS. Send waiver requests to NAVPERSCOM, Reserve Enlisted. Status Branch (PERS-913). The CCC shall ensure eligible Sailors log into Career Management System Interactive Detailing (CMS ID) and update their duty preference sheet to reflect where they intend to reside and affiliate after release from ACDU. On SF180 (Rev. 4-07), Request Pertaining to Military Records, page 2, the Sailor must state in the Sailor comments section, "AFTER RELEASE FROM ACTIVE DUTY, I WILL BE RESIDING IN (CITY), (STATE).”4-6 months National Call to Service. NAVPERSCOM (PERS-4) will issue Temporary Duty (TEMDU) Pending Separation (accounting category code (ACC) 380) orders to transfer the NCS Sailor to a Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) in the U.S., and nearest the residence declared in CMSID 120 days prior to release from ACDU. Those Sailors who have not declared where they intend to reside will receive orders to the NOSC nearest their home of record (At separation, CCC should ensure that NCS Bonus for completion of Active Duty has been paid prior to Active Duty pay account closing).
  26. 26. 3-5 Months Enlisted Sailors desiring a direct transition into the RC should contact their Command Career Counselor to apply RC in the Fleet RIDE/Perform to Serve (PTS) system. Upon PTS approval for immediate affiliation/enlistment into the RC, the Sailor and CCC should contact the CTO immediately to begin transition processing. Contact with the CTO is non-binding and a Sailor may retain both AC and RC PTS quotas simultaneously. If a Sailor that has PTS approval to transition to the RC no longer desires affiliation, the Sailor or CCC must contact the CTO even if they have not begun the transition process. CTO Contact Information: NPC CTO Web page Email: cto.enlisted@navy.mil; Phone: 901-874- 2186/DSN (882). A Transition Assistant (TA) will be assigned to the member. The TA will be the Sailor and CCCs direct point of contact for questions regarding the affiliation process and provide information about reserve benefits, pay, and other RC related questions. The Sailor will select the Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) they intend to drill at by visiting the "NOSC Selection" tab of CMS-ID. The TA will not be able to process the transition without this action being completed. (The NOSC may be changed during the transition process upon request from member). The Sailor or CCC is encouraged to contact the TA for assistance during the NOSC Selection process.90-60 days 90-60 days prior to EAOS, the CTO TA will verify member eligibility and contact the PTS approved Sailors to initiate the CTO process. In the initial contact the TA will obtain members intent, CCC information and answer any questions the member may have. They will forward to the member the reserve screening checklist, personal data form and the 1133/105 for completion. The service record holder will be directed to release the service/medical/dental records to the Sailor and the Sailor will hand carry them to the NOSC.<90 days For short fuse discharges/separations, attend TAP brief. Detaching command must complete DD 2648 before sending the Sailor to a separation activity (section 5 must be annotated with comments explaining non-compliance with 10 U.S.C. 1142).30 days prior to EAOS CTO TA will establish phone contact with the NOSC to advise about pending affiliation, request a unit assignment, billet number, and sponsor contact information. This information will be used to complete the CNAVRES 1326/4. CTO TA will begin processing documents required for affiliation. This will include CNAVRES
  27. 27. 1326/4 (Enlisted Application and Orders to a Naval Reserve Unit), and NAVRES Incentive Agreement 1-2, (Written Agreement for the Navy Reserve Affiliation Bonus), if applicable. If the Sailor does not have Military Service Obligation (MSO) time remaining after EAOS, the Sailor will be required to execute re-enlistment in the RC via a NAVPERS 1070/601 (Immediate Reenlistment Contract). The CTO TA will provide the Sailor with the date of their first Drill Weekend and a point of contact for the Sailors assigned Reserve Unit.6. Navy Reserve Affiliation/Enlistment after SeparationTime Before EAOS Action To Be Taken For Those Who Desire To AffiliateUpon Checkout CCC inform member: (1) Contact local Navy Reserve Recruiter when member arrives home. (2) When member receives DD214, contact Navy Reserve Recruiter to ascertain availability of Reserve reservations and schedule affiliation/enlistment interview. (3) If member is fully qualified, member could be drilling within 2 months. (4) Finalize and email affiliation documents to service member to review and sign. -CNAVRES 1326/4 (orders) -NAVCRUIT 1133/105 (drill requirements) -Reenlistment contract (if applicable) -Bonus Page 13 (if applicable) -PRISE-R Page 13 (if applicable)

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