DJRS. WESS. Jump. Mod 1: Intro To DJRS. Welcome to the Naval Safety Center’s Training Course for the Jump portion of the Dive/Jump Reporting System (DJRS). . In this Module, we will give you: A quick Introduction to DJRS A Look At Basic DJRS Capabilities, Configurations and Functions.
Mod 1: Intro To DJRS
Welcome to the Naval Safety Center’s Training Course for the Jump portion of the Dive/Jump Reporting System (DJRS).
*Mod 1- Intro To DJRS
*Mod 2- Requesting Account Access
*Mod 3- Manifest Creation & Submission
*Mod 4- Advanced Administrative Roles
*Mod 5- Reports and Misc. DJRS Functions
*Mod 6- School House Specific Roles
Basic DJRS Functions
-Dive & Jump
However, depending on your training, roles, & authority, each configuration will be slightly unique.
Lists all of members jumps
Members jumps ops in progress
Unit jump history
Create jump manifests
Modify/update DJRS profiles
Grant/remove privileges & authority to use certain DJRS functions
View/print unit cargo/personnel/individual jump logs, roles & currency
Logout of DJRS
Create, edit, smooth, & print manifests for jumps & cargo drops.
List all your jumpers and key personnel.
Provides the Jumper with a printer-friendly version of finalized and accepted jumps.
Edit and maintain your unit’s DJRS profiles. Keep track of jumper quals, currency, medical info and lapse dates. DJRS allows you to gain or transfer personnel when members PCS, separate, or retire.
Most importantly, making monthly airdrop summary reports to the Naval Safety Center is no longer necessary. DJRS automatically provides unit’s jump/airdop info for monthly reports to USAQMC&S, Fort Lee, VA to satisfy OPNAVINST 3501.225C.
A- Yes, for 3 years.
A- No, All jumps performed before you become active in
DJRS will not be reflected in DJRS.
Feel free to contact us with any questions or issues regarding the system at:
Naval Safety Center
(747) 444-3520 (ext. 7744)
(757) 444-3520 (ext. 7837)