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Unclassified. 2. Terminal Learning Objective. Action: As the Unit Administrator you will review the PER and SIDPERS generated reports; assist soldiers with the review of the 4100-1-R-E; advise commanders and forward completed reports to BN.Conditions: Given Ch 7, AR 600-8-19, RCAS UPS, and SIDPERS generated reports.Standards: You will conduct a review of the 4100-1-R-E. .

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1. Enlisted Promotion System Human Resources & Readiness Training Center Camp Robinson North Little Rock, Arkansas 72115-0797

2. Unclassified 2 Terminal Learning Objective Action: As the Unit Administrator you will review the PER and SIDPERS generated reports; assist soldiers with the review of the 4100-1-R-E; advise commanders and forward completed reports to BN. Conditions: Given Ch 7, AR 600-8-19, RCAS UPS, and SIDPERS generated reports. Standards: You will conduct a review of the 4100-1-R-E.

3. Unclassified 3 References Ref: NGB Chapter 7 Enlisted Promotion and Reduction of ARNG Personnel AR 600-8-19 NGR 600-10 ARNG PPG Appropriate Mil Tech Regulations Effective 1 Feb 05 supersedes Chapter 11 NGR 600-200 https://gko.ngb.army.mil This reference replaces Chapter 11 NGR 600-200. This reference is effective 1 Feb 05 until publication of new NGR 600-200 This reference replaces Chapter 11 NGR 600-200. This reference is effective 1 Feb 05 until publication of new NGR 600-200

4. Unclassified 4 Changes Implement a standard promotion system based on points (1000 maximum) Creates a central promotion authority for E-5 thru E-9 Guidance to ensure the “best qualified” soldier is promoted Boards are Centralized or decentralized Covers promotions and reductions These are the 4 basic tenants of EPS mandated by NGB guidanceThese are the 4 basic tenants of EPS mandated by NGB guidance

5. Unclassified 5 Overview Boards may be centralized or decentralized State MPMO announces board in MOI. SIDPERS Generates PER for each unit NGB 4100-1-R-E per soldier to commander Soldier reviews NGB 4100-1-R-E Recorder completes NGB Form 4101-1-R per soldier List compiled by MPMO This cycle is continuous for all E4’s up through E9 reccurring annually on dates pre-established by State MOIThis cycle is continuous for all E4’s up through E9 reccurring annually on dates pre-established by State MOI

6. Unclassified 6 ARNG EPS Implements a standard promotion system based on points (1000 maximum) Clearly names promotion authority for SGT thru SGM, AGR T-32 Ensure that the “best qualified” soldier is promoted Boards are Centralized or Decentralized These are the 4 basic tenants of EPS mandated by NGB guidanceThese are the 4 basic tenants of EPS mandated by NGB guidance

7. Unclassified 7 Promotion Authority The Chief, National Guard Bureau (CNGB) for AGR Title 10 The State AG convening and promotion authority for all promotion boards to SGT through SGM. Active Army Commanders units for soldiers attached for IET training may advance and promote ARNGUS soldiers per this regulation. enlisted tour soldiers attached to NGB and active duty installations per NGR 600-10. The Director, ARNG (DARNG) is delegated the authority to administer this program for the NGB AGR Title 10 Tour Management Program. The Deputy Director, ARNG (DDARNG) is further delegated the authority in the absence of the DARNG. b. The State AG is the convening and promotion authority for all promotion boards to SGT through SGM. They may delegate this authority to their Assistant AG (Army) or Deputy Commander, Joint Forces. They also may delegate promotion authority to subordinate commanders as follows: (1) Commanders in command positions authorized grade of MG for promotion to SGM. (2) Commanders in command positions authorized grade of COL or higher for promotion to SFC and MSG. (3) Commanders in command positions authorized grade of LTC or higher for promotion to SGT and SSG. (4) All other commanders for advancement to PV2 through SPC, including Commanders of provisional units organized per AR 220-5. (5) Commander, Operational Support Airlift Command (OSACOM) and the Commandant, National Guard Professional Education Center (NGPEC) for advancement to PV2 through SPC and lateral appointment to CPL for ARNG Title 10 AGR soldiers under their command and control. c. All convening and promotion authorities may delegate the conduct, management and signature authority for this program to their Director of Personnel, Military Personnel Management Officer (MPMO) or comparable officer. d. Commanders of active Army units to which soldiers are attached for IET training may advance and promote ARNGUS soldiers per this regulation. enlisted tour soldiers attached to NGB and active duty installations per NGR 600-10. The Director, ARNG (DARNG) is delegated the authority to administer this program for the NGB AGR Title 10 Tour Management Program. The Deputy Director, ARNG (DDARNG) is further delegated the authority in the absence of the DARNG. b. The State AG is the convening and promotion authority for all promotion boards to SGT through SGM. They may delegate this authority to their Assistant AG (Army) or Deputy Commander, Joint Forces. They also may delegate promotion authority to subordinate commanders as follows: (1) Commanders in command positions authorized grade of MG for promotion to SGM. (2) Commanders in command positions authorized grade of COL or higher for promotion to SFC and MSG. (3) Commanders in command positions authorized grade of LTC or higher for promotion to SGT and SSG. (4) All other commanders for advancement to PV2 through SPC, including Commanders of provisional units organized per AR 220-5. (5) Commander, Operational Support Airlift Command (OSACOM) and the Commandant, National Guard Professional Education Center (NGPEC) for advancement to PV2 through SPC and lateral appointment to CPL for ARNG Title 10 AGR soldiers under their command and control. c. All convening and promotion authorities may delegate the conduct, management and signature authority for this program to their Director of Personnel, Military Personnel Management Officer (MPMO) or comparable officer. d. Commanders of active Army units to which soldiers are attached for IET training may advance and promote ARNGUS soldiers per this regulation.

8. Unclassified 8 Enlisted Promotions and Reductions Restarts annually on the day after the cutoff date for that grade Points captured through updated SIDPERS data NGB 4100-1-R-E is generated with points earned for that year: (Example dates) Jul - E7’s and E8’s, Jul - E6’s, Aug - E5’s, Sep - E4’s Soldier verification of data This cycle is continuous for all E4’s up through E9 reoccurring annually on dates pre-established by State MOIThis cycle is continuous for all E4’s up through E9 reoccurring annually on dates pre-established by State MOI

9. Unclassified 9 Nonpromotable Status Subject of formal proceedings Written recommendation to reclassify soldier for inefficiency or disciplinary reasons No security clearance or favorable security investigation Ineligible for immediate reenlistment/ extension of enlistment. Bar to Reenlistment or Extension of Enlistment Written recommendation to remove soldier from list (7-55) Soldier is undergoing medical evaluation proceedings Soldiers in a nonpromotable status cannot be selected from the promotion list until they have regained a promotable status. If applicable, promotable status cannot be regained until judicial or nonjudicial punishment is complete. If a soldier is accidentally or intentionally promoted when not in a promotable status, the promotion will lack original basis of authority, and therefore, be voided. A soldier is in a nonpromotable status and will not be selected, promoted, advanced, appointed to a higher grade, or laterally appointed to CPL, 1SG or CSM .Soldiers in a nonpromotable status cannot be selected from the promotion list until they have regained a promotable status. If applicable, promotable status cannot be regained until judicial or nonjudicial punishment is complete. If a soldier is accidentally or intentionally promoted when not in a promotable status, the promotion will lack original basis of authority, and therefore, be voided. A soldier is in a nonpromotable status and will not be selected, promoted, advanced, appointed to a higher grade, or laterally appointed to CPL, 1SG or CSM .

10. Unclassified 10 Declared an unsatisfactory participant per AR 135-91: Nine or more declared unexcused absences from scheduled training assemblies. Unexcused absence from AT, full-time National Guard Duty (FTNGD) Absent without leave (AWOL) per AR 630-10. Failed Enlisted Qualitative Retention Board (EQRB) Nonpromotable Status

11. Unclassified 11 Suspension of favorable personnel actions (SFPA) (flagged) per AR 600-8-2 or has a Circumstance that requires an SFPA Assigned ING Expired physical examination Expired current enlistment contract Approved voluntary retirement application. Nonpromotable Status

12. Unclassified 12 Failed to qualify, apply, or accept a training date for, enter, show for or successfully complete required Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES) Involuntarily extended for mobilization Nonpromotable Status

13. Unclassified 13 Cycle Overview (cont) Promotion Board Overview Decentralized - Centralized - Packets are reviewed, points tallied and recorded. Database is compiled with points and lists are established for each CPMOS and grade

14. Unclassified 14 Example of a EPS Promotion to E-8/E-9 PSB review date: 7 May 04 Creation of NGB 4100: 6 Jul 04 Mail to Unit: 10 Jul 04 Suspense to DCSPER: 18 Sep 04 Board Date: 22-26 Sep 04 List Published Date: 1 Oct 04 This is a sample schedule that states should provide to units for planning purposesThis is a sample schedule that states should provide to units for planning purposes

15. Unclassified 15 Selection Criteria Participating satisfactory per AR 135-91 Meet TIG and TIS requirements TIMIG TIS CES SGT 6 months NA NA SSG 8 months NA NA SFC 11 months 9 yrs 6 yrs MSG 12 months 13 yrs 8 years SGM 14 months 16 yrs 10 years Minimum TIG/TIS requirements for consideration under EPS. No waivers are authorizedMinimum TIG/TIS requirements for consideration under EPS. No waivers are authorized

16. Unclassified 16 Selection Criteria HS diploma, HS-GED equivalent, alternate credential, or an associate or higher degree MOSQ Recommended by submission of NGB 4100-1-R Note - flagged soldiers vary by state

17. Unclassified 17 Ineligible for Consideration Command initiated removal Non MOSQ Barred for reenlistment Found unfit by MMRB Unsatisfactory Participant OCS/SMP In the ING

18. Unclassified 18 Service Remaining Obligations To SGT and SSG - 1 year To SFC, MSG, SGM - 2 year Exception may be bonus eligible Reduce to previous grade if voluntarily separated prior to fulfilling obligation

19. Unclassified 19 Points Time in Grade max 75 points 5 points per year up to 15 years Time in service max 75 points 3 points per year up to 25 years

20. Unclassified 20 Points (cont) Awards - max 75 points Soldier medal or higher: 35 points Bronze star or Purple Heart: 30 points Disting Svc Mdl/Meritorious Svc Mdl: 25 pts Air Medal/Commendation Medal: 20 points Achievement Medals: 15 points State Medals

21. Unclassified 21 Points (cont) Weapons Qualification- must be within TY 05 or TY 04 (1 Oct 03 to last date of board) Maximum 75 points Expert - 75 points Sharpshooter - 50 points Marksman - 25 points Post Secondary (Civilian) education Maximum 75 points 1 to 60 semester hours: 1 pt per hour 75 points for baccalaureate or higher degree Weapons qualifications are good for 2 TY’s. States may zero out all weapons qualification points for a given cycle if there was an ammo shortage during that cycleWeapons qualifications are good for 2 TY’s. States may zero out all weapons qualification points for a given cycle if there was an ammo shortage during that cycle

22. Unclassified 22 Points (cont) Self Development Courses (ACCP) Maximum 75 points 1 point for each 5 hours sub course completed 5 points for each course series completed NCOES - no points granted

23. Unclassified 23 Points (cont) Other Resident Courses to include IDT configured Maximum 75 points 5 points for each week completed APFT - Maximum 75 points - within 18 months of board, AGR within 8 months of board 0 to 179: 0 points 180 to 299: 5 to 70 points at 2 to 3 pt intervals 300: 75 points Leadership Appraisals Maximum 400 points Average of 3 leaders IDT courses can be converted to resident courses for points purposesIDT courses can be converted to resident courses for points purposes

24. Unclassified 24 Appraisals (NGB 4101-1-R) Soldiers evaluated by 3 leaders (400 out of 1000 points) Evaluation areas are same as those on NCOER Centralized – completed by established board members Decentralized – completed by soldier’s chain of command

25. Unclassified 25 Examples of NGB 4100-R-1-E Elections Consideration in MOS other than primary Election to stay in assigned BN Election to stay in MACOM Election for unit and detachment(s) only Driving distances from Home of Record Instructor only CSM/1SG, SGM/MSG

26. Unclassified 26 Fill Process Order of precedence for filling vacancies using personnel management philosophies excess/Lateral Enlisted Promotion System A No-Fill Process Fill by enlistment

27. Unclassified 27 Control Numbers Control Numbers (EX: 04-11B-001-E7) assigned to soldiers that are selected but cannot be promoted Remaining service obligation Awaiting control grade Outdated APFT (not applicable if flagged) stay with soldier as long as they remain in the MOS and grade selected for

28. Unclassified 28 NCOES requirements for Promotion and Board Consideration To SGT – None To SSG - PLDC To SFC - BNCOC (all phases) To MSG – ANCOC To SGM - enrollment in USASMC Completion of next NCOES level is required within 2 years of promotion date or REFRAD whichever is the latter, failure may result in reduction action initiation Reductions due to failure to complete NCOES is not automatic. Soldier must be notified and afforded opportunity for reduction board processReductions due to failure to complete NCOES is not automatic. Soldier must be notified and afforded opportunity for reduction board process

29. Unclassified 29 NCOES Requirements Completion of all phases - submit packets stating ineligible - annotate PER USMC NCOES credit accepted for Combat Development Command No credit for courses conducted by the Navy, Air Force or Coast Guard. Do not submit requests for waiver or exception to policy.

30. Unclassified 30 Laterals SPC to CPL when assigned to a SGT position with like MOS MSG to 1SG concurrent with to a 1SG position authorized in MTOE/TDA. SGM to CSM IAW chp 9 NGR 600-200 1SG to MSG and CSM to SGM when: Detailed or attached to duties that do not require SQI M or a CSM. Assigned or attached to positions not authorized a 1SG or CSM 1SG to MSG and CSM to SGM when: Detailed or attached to duties that do not require SQI M or a CSM. Assigned or attached to positions not authorized a 1SG or CSM

31. Unclassified 31 MTOE/TDA Reorganization- Involuntarily reclassification into another MOS. Soldiers promoted under these rules into a new MOS must become qualified in the time required or be reduced . due to unit reorganization or inactivation: May remain MOS qualified for promotion purposes up to 1 year after the effective date of the reorganization or inactivation, or until reclassified into the new MOS, whichever occurs sooner.due to unit reorganization or inactivation: May remain MOS qualified for promotion purposes up to 1 year after the effective date of the reorganization or inactivation, or until reclassified into the new MOS, whichever occurs sooner.

32. Unclassified 32 Special Promotions Considerations Critically Ill Posthumous Retirement Meritorious Posthumous -Must be eligible for advancement or on EPS list - Not due to soldier's misconduct Critically Ill: - Estimated life expectancy is 12 months or less by attending physician on current EPS list at time of death Not due to misconduct Did not occur while in AWOL status Commanders may recommend soldiers for posthumous promotions by memorandum to the State AG (MPMO). Retirements: Concurrent with discharge Must be placed in Retired Reserve or placement on the Retired List Promote to the highest enlisted satisfactorily held provided they were not reduced for misconduct. NGB policy letter dated Aug 2000 Applicable to E5 promotions only E4’s assigned to E4 slots can be promoted to E5 without a vacancy Must be on current EPS list Must have PLDC Valid for 3 years Cannot exceed 110% of authorized E5 positions Posthumous -Must be eligible for advancement or on EPS list - Not due to soldier's misconduct Critically Ill: - Estimated life expectancy is 12 months or less by attending physician on current EPS list at time of death Not due to misconduct Did not occur while in AWOL status Commanders may recommend soldiers for posthumous promotions by memorandum to the State AG (MPMO). Retirements: Concurrent with discharge Must be placed in Retired Reserve or placement on the Retired List Promote to the highest enlisted satisfactorily held provided they were not reduced for misconduct. NGB policy letter dated Aug 2000 Applicable to E5 promotions only E4’s assigned to E4 slots can be promoted to E5 without a vacancy Must be on current EPS list Must have PLDC Valid for 3 years Cannot exceed 110% of authorized E5 positions

33. Unclassified 33 Promotions while Mobilized under Title 10 USC Ref – NGB Personnel Policy Guidance Mobilized soldiers are considered on State EPS boards Mobilized soldiers can be promoted against vacant non-mobilized positions The vacant position must remain vacant Soldier transferred to new unit upon REFRAD States submit DA 4187 requesting promotion to HRC

34. Unclassified 34 Conditional Promotions No longer applicable after 1 Jan 04 for E5 thru E8 Conditional promotions were suspended on 1 Jan 04. Soldiers are no longer automatically reduced for failure to complete required NCOES. Soldiers now have 2 years from promotion/refrad to complete next level of NCOESConditional promotions were suspended on 1 Jan 04. Soldiers are no longer automatically reduced for failure to complete required NCOES. Soldiers now have 2 years from promotion/refrad to complete next level of NCOES

35. Unclassified 35 Administrative removal (cont) At the direction of a reduction board When notified of NCOES training required for promotion, declines, refuses or fails to apply for, enroll, be accepted into, or graduate due to an act, omission or failure of standards. Refuses or fails to complete MOS training required for reclassification. Declines an offer based on their pre-elections. Enrolls in a officer producing program.

36. Unclassified 36 Command Initiated Removal Cmdr may request removal at any time Must notify the soldier in writing of the intent Soldier is given min of 30 days to respond TAG is final authority on all cases

37. Unclassified 37 Command Initiated Removal Considerations Punishment under UCMJ (or State code) or nonpunitive measures should not automatically be the sole basis conduct before and after the punishment and circumstances leading to and surrounding the misconduct To remove a soldier based solely on a minor or isolated incident of misconduct may be unfair to the soldier.

38. Unclassified 38 Command Initiated Removal Reasons Not in compliance AR 600-9, or consecutive failure of record APFTs. Punishment under Article 15, UCMJ or State code Any court-martial conviction. A memorandum of reprimand, signed by a general officer Adverse documentation directed for filing in OMPF. Other derogatory information received in official channels Substandard performance.

39. Unclassified 39 Reductions (types) Voluntary Failure to complete training (2 years after REFRAD/promotion Return from AD to lower graded position Not properly assigned after 2 yrs from enlistment for Try 1 Unit reorganization, inactivation, full-time support utilization requirements or downgrading SPMD positions Failure to meet the service remaining requirement Entry into a training program requiring a lower grade Inefficiency Misconduct

40. Unclassified 40 Reductions Only SGT and above are eligible to request a reduction board Notification is required in writing to Soldier Soldier may waive

41. Unclassified 41 Standby Advisory Boards - MOS Reclassification Upon assignment to new DMOS, soldier removed from current list Soldier can only compete in new MOS Upon completion of MOS training and subsequent award of new MOS the soldier may request STAB for integration onto the current list in new MOS

42. Unclassified 42 Reductions Authorized reduction board Inefficiency Failure to complete NCOES within 2 years misconduct civil conviction. Not authorized reduction board administrative reduction failure to meet promotion requirement (other than NCOES) loss of authorized grade due to reorganization or release from active duty.

43. Unclassified 43 Standby Advisory Boards (cont) Soldiers must have met requirements at time of original board After board the list is recompiled and redistributed Transfers/prior service enlistments with placement directly onto a state’s EPS list via STAB is at the discretion of the state’s TAG

44. Unclassified 44 Standby Advisory Boards Cases approved by State AG or MPMO Not for improperly convened boards Considerations: - Soldier's records reviewed, not selected - Material errors - Reclassified IAW para 7-58 - Possible Interstate transfer STAB can be for correction of administrative points or adding individuals after publication of listSTAB can be for correction of administrative points or adding individuals after publication of list

45. Unclassified 45 Summary Review of NGB Form 4100-R-1 Changes IAW Ch 7 Promotion authority How the process initiates Promotion board process Notification to soldiers and commanders

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