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  1. Navy Reserve MedicineBUMED M10Reserve Policy & Integration Presented By: HMCS Wilcox

  2. Objectives • General overview of Navy Reserve Medicine Manpower • Overview of Reserve Type Orders • Introduction to MEDRUPMIS • Manpower Data Systems

  3. Navy Medical Reserve Organization BUMED OSO NAVMED Regions OSO EMF Dallas/GL/Beth MTFs DETs Other OHSUs NOSCs RCC/ REGION CNRFC RCC = Reserve Component Commands NOSC= Navy Operational Support Center CNRF

  4. Navy Reserve Regions

  5. Purpose of theReserve Component (RC) • Support Navy Medicine through: • Integration • Augmentation • Sustainment • Medical support • To accomplish this: • Effective utilization of assets • Retention • Recruitment • Medical readiness

  6. BSO 18 RC Commands • 7 OHSUs (Operational Health Support Unit) • –Bremerton, Jacksonville, Camps Lejeune & Pendleton, Pensacola, Portsmouth, San Diego • 3 EMF’s (Expeditionary Medical Facility) Dallas, Great Lakes, Bethesda • RC Navy Medicine Education and Training Command (NMETC)

  7. Navy Reservists • Civilian careers • Normal activity: • Annual Training • “Drill” one weekend per month • Available for other active duty requirements • Reservists may be: • Former active-duty member • Direct accession • Remains a reservist either voluntarily, or by obligation

  8. 3 Types of Reservists 1.Ready Reserve: • Selected Reserve (SELRES) • Full Time Support (formerly TAR) • Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) • Voluntary Training Unit (VTU) • Active Status Pool (ASP)

  9. 3 Types of Reservists 2.Standby Reserve • Active Status List (S1) • Key federal employees and hardships • Eligible for promotion (except to flag rank) • Inactive Status List (S2) • May not train for points or pay • Not eligible for promotion

  10. 3 Types of Reservists 3.Retired Reserve • Qualified for non-regular pay (reservists) • Regular retirement (FTS) • “Gray Area” • (retired prior to age 60)

  11. RC Medical Department Officer Billets & SELRES Inventory FY 2005 – 2012

  12. Types of Reserve Training Orders • Inactive Duty Training (IDT) - 48 paid “drills” per year (2 drills per day/2 days per month) - No travel or per diem associated with this category • Inactive Duty Training Travel (IDTT) - Based on budget and availability - CNRFC - Pays travel and per diem (in conjunction with drill periods) • Annual Training (AT) - Typically 12-17 days per year (up to 29, when funding available) - MTF support, OJT, coursework, exercise/mission support • Additional Training Periods (ATP) and Reserve Management Periods (RMP) - Based on budget and availability - CNRFC - Acts like additional IDT (drill) days

  13. Types of Reserve Extended Active Duty Orders • Active Duty for Training (ADT) - Based on budget and availability - CNRFC - Flexible duration - Pays salary, travel and per diem • Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) - Based on budget and availability – BUPERS (CNRFC) - Up to three years - Requests: MTF / Regional OSO / BUMED / BUPERS • “265” Recall (US Code Title 10, sec 12301(D)) - Limited types of positions – OSO, staff HQ - Limited to Medical Community Officer billets - Normally 2 or 3 year recall • Full-Time Support (FTS) Staff - Detailed the same as Active Component - Only HM enlisted FTS billets - No officer Medical Community FTS billets (Only “265” Recall)

  14. Types of Reserve Mobilization Orders • Mobilization - Presidential Reserve Call-up (PRC) – Persian Gulf 90-91, Haiti 94-96, Bosnia 95-04, Iraq 98-03, Kosovo 99-present •President, then notifies congress (24 hours) •Involuntary: up to 200,000 Ready Reserve •Up to 365 days - Partial Mobilization (Persian Gulf ‘91) •Service secretaries • Involuntary: up to 1,000,000 Ready Reserve •Up to 24 consecutive months - Full Mobilization •No limit to number of personnel (can include retired reserve) •Duration of war/emergency + 6 months

  15. Shift from “Strategic” to “Operational” Reserve • Strategic: • Mobilized infrequently • Contributory support and backfill

  16. Shift from “Strategic” to “Operational” Reserve • Operational: • Organized, trained, equipped, and supported to fight, on rotational basis, alongside active forces in the global war on terrorism and any future conflict • Operations support and augmentation • Boots on ground • Better prepared force; same standard as AC • Integrated with AC

  17. How to Obtain Support • The Medical Reserve Utilization Program Management Information System (MEDRUPMIS) is Navy Medicine’s comprehensive process used to identify and validate requirements identified by Active Component Commands with the goal of achieving full integration of Medical Reserve assets into a single, integrated and comprehensive database.

  18. Why was it Initialized? • Prior to the Navy’s Total Force Policy (SECNAV 1001.37A, dated 08 April 1997), the Medical Reserve was considered a "Force in Reserve" to be called upon during national emergency. • Today, under Navy’s Total Force concept the Medical Reserve must be an "Integral Team Member" supporting the mission of Navy Medicine in peace and war.

  19. The Benefits of MEDRUPMIS • Utilize Operational Support Office (OSO). • Enhance flexibility to respond to fleet commanders and parent command requirements. • Improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness for utilization of Medical Reserve Forces.

  20. Reserve Annual Training (AT/ADSW) External Command Approve Request Member Match AT Orders MTF/ OHSU OPNAV/ BUMED Yes BUMED: Requirement Valid? MEDRUPMIS Input Member Reports NAVMED OSO No Deny Request http://www.public.navy.mil/BUPERS-NPC/CAREER/AUGMENTATION/4G2/Pages/ADSWGainingCommandGuidance.aspx

  21. Benefits of RC (to AC Commands) Force multiplier Little or no cost to receiving command RC program planning cost lower than AC Sustainment capability Flexibility

  22. Benefits of RC (to RC Personnel) • Education • Montgomery GI Bill • Tuition Assistance • Advanced Degree for Officers • Income Enhancements • Home Loan Program • Income Tax Deductions • Commissary/Exchange Privileges • Travel Drill Flexibility • Location • Drill options • Authorized absences Compensation • Drill Pay • Pay Raises • Active Duty Pay • Special Pay Augmentations • Retirement • Promotions • Reemployment Rights Life/Health • Life Insurance • Medical/Dental Care

  23. RC Challenges Recruitment Retention Billet vulnerability

  24. Reserve Force Manning • Number of PERS Number of BILLETS Number in VTU

  25. BSO 18 HM Manning Number of PERS Number of BILLETS

  26. Total Force Manning by NEC Number of PERS Number of BILLETS

  27. BSO 18 HM Manning by NEC Number of PERS Number of BILLETS

  28. Military Training = Better Civilian Employment! (Schools for CY14) *8410: Biomedical Equipment Technician (5) (60m) 1-(2/26/2014-4/3/2015) 1-(3/26/2014-5/1/2015) 1-(4/23/2014-6/02/2015) 1-5/21/2014-6/26/2015) 1-6/19/2014-7/28/2015) 8416: Nuclear Medicine Technician (1) (30m) 1-(7/15/2014-12/5/2014) *8427: Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman () ( m) TBD 8432: Preventive Medicine Technician (2) (36m) 1-(5/14/2014-11/5/2014) 1-(7/9/2014-1/14/2015) 8452: Advanced Radiographer, Phase 1 of 2 (4) (60m) 1-(4/16/2014-9/12/2014) 1-(5/20/2014-10/17/2014) 1-(6/24/2014-11/21/2014) 1-(7/23/2014-1/5/2015) 8482: Pharmacy Technician (4) (36m) 1-(3/5/2014-8/13/2014) 1-(4/30/2014-10/9/2014) 1-(6/25/2014-12/08/2014) 1-(8/20/2014-2/17/2015) 8483: Surgical Technologist (4) (36m) 1-(6/25/2014-8/25/2014)1-(7/16/2014-9/15/2014) 1-(8/20/2014-10/21/2014) 1-(9/17/2014-11/18/2014) 8485: Behavioral Health Technician (4) (30m) 1-(3/5/2014-6/18/2014) 1-(4/30/2014-8/14/2014) 1-(5/29/2014-9/12/2014) 1-(6/25/2014-10/9/2014) 8489: Orthopedic Cast Room Technician (4) (24m) 1-(3/5/2014-5/28/2014) 1-(4/30/2014-7/24/2014) 1-(6/25/2014-9/18/2014) 1-(8/20/2014-11/14/2014) 8506: Medical Laboratory Technician (3) (36m) 1-(6/18/2014-1/6/2015) 1-(7/30/2014-2/18/2015) 1-(9/10/2014-3/31/2015) 8702: Advanced Dental Assistant (4) (36m) 1-(1/8/2014-6/6/2014) 1-(4/9/2014-9/5/2014) 1-(6/11/2014-11/7/2014) 1-(9/10/2014-2/20/2015) *Quotas are not guaranteed, availability based on active component manning.

  29. Questions?