(OCAR), and Director, Army National Guard (ARNG) will implement a suicide prevention chain teach event to all leaders (squad leaders and above) in the
timelines outlined. The overall intent is for leaders at each echelon to
explain their intent, expectations, and the roles of their subordinate leaders
in preventing deaths by suicide. At the end of the chain teach, each leader
should know their roles and responsibilities and the resources available to
them for the suicide prevention program. Above all, leaders must convey at
all echelons the criticality of taking care of Soldiers and Families and their
commitment to helping their subordinates in accomplishing that mission. In
support of this chain teaching effort, the DCS, G1 Army Resilience Directorate
has established a milSuite Group at the following link with resources for
commanders to leverage in accomplishing this mission.
2. FRAGO 12 TO HQDA EXORD 225-21 COVID-19 STEADY STATE OPERATIONS (CUI), DTG:
032302Z DEC 21. On 03 December 2021, FRAGO 12 to HQDA EXORD 225-21 (COVID-19
Steady State Operations) was published and provides updated guidance on the
following topics: https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
a. Civilian vaccination implementation (i.e., Civilian exemption process,
civilian enforcement, testing, etc.).
b. Additional guidance for meetings, events, and conferences with more
than 50 participants.
c. Clarifies instructions for ETMS2 routing for mission critical official
travel ETPs for unvaccinated personnel.
d. Updates guidance for ordering screening/testing supplies.
3. ASK cPEOPLE RESEARCH CAPABILITY. From the Office of Business
Transformation, HQDA: Ask cPeople research capability is currently offered to
all senior leaders with detailed research and analysis on a variety of
people-centric topics that will assist the Senior Leaders in making informed
data-driven decisions. Ask cPeople is a short-turn descriptive statistics
analysis capability for simple “rates and counts” type of questions. Ask
cPeople utilizes the Person-event Data Environment (PDE) to access and compile
vast amounts of data to produce targeted reports. The typical turn-around time
for each question submitted, when data is readily available, is approximately
72 hours after the question is finalized. If data needs to be acquired,
turn-around will be longer. Visit the following link for more information.
4. IPPS-A WEBINAR SERIES: CY2022 WEBINAR REVIEW – 08 DEC 2021 (NEW). Attached
is the CONOP for the special webinar: IPPS-A Webinar Series CY2021
Review/Recap. During this session, the IPPS-A Team will quiz attendees on
subjects previously covered throughout the year. No change to link and dial
in - this session is rescheduled due to the connectivity issues during the
last session. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
5. USAR AMEDD SYMPOSIUM - HRC TALENT MANAGEMENT. The HRC Talent Management
Team will present an informal AMEDD Symposium to the RC AMEDD Population
(AGR/TPU/IRR/IMA) on Wednesday, 8 Dec 2021 (1800-2000) Eastern Time Zone via
Microsoft Teams. Please mark your calendars accordingly as this will give you
the opportunity to meet with all of the HRC AMEDD Reserve Component Career
Managers. This Symposium will also give you a wealth of information on records
management and upcoming Promotion Board.
6. ARMY RESERVE FLAG SNAPSHOT, OCT 21. he Army Reserve Flag snapshot for the
month of OCT 2021 is attached. Commands may access their specific flag data
in RCMS (CSMM) under Presentations.
7. BRANCH/COMMAND ITEMS.
a. 2021 TRADOC G1/4 ADJUTANT GENERAL CORPS NCO AND SOLDIER OF THE YEAR
COMPETITION. This year, SGM Christian Carr and his team of NCOs from the
TRADOC G1/4 spearheaded an unprecedented Human Resources/Leadership
competition at Fort Eustis, VA from 30 November to 2 December 2021. The
competition consisted of seven events designed to focus on leader development
through assessing and evaluating the competitors’ knowledge, physical and
mental toughness, oral communication skills, research and writing abilities,
critical thinking, and administrative acumen. Winners of the competition are
SSG Nicholas Stephens, NCO of the Year, and CPL Vincent Martinez, Soldier of
the Year. Visit the following link for more information on the competition.
b. 63D READINESS DIVISION PRE-RETIREMENT BRIEFINGS, 2ND QTR, FY22. When
you attend one of our in-person or virtual events, our Retirement Services
Officers and Community Partners will thoroughly and expertly explain
Non-regular retirement topics such as: Retirement Qualification (including
retirement points), Early Age Drop (using NDAA 2008), Reserve Component
Survivor Benefit Plan, The 20 Year Letter, and much more.
8. Recently published DOD and Army Directives (AD) and All Army Activity
(ALARACT) messages. New ALARACTs and ADs are also posted on APD at the
following link. https://armypubs.army.mil/defa
a. ALARACT 087/2021, URGENT ALARACT 087/2021 RETIREMENT SERVICES COVID-19
ACCOMMODATIONS (CUI), DTG: R 022059Z DEC 21. This message provides modified
retirement services program guidance to Army Commands (ACOMs), Army Service
Component Commands (ASCCs), and Direct Reporting Units (DRUs) in response to
the COVID-19 outbreak. Soldiers and families who require the support of Army
Retirement Services Officers (RSO) in their transition to retirement will
continue to receive services using modified procedures outlined in this
message to minimize health risks by Implementing social distancing rules.
b. ALARACT 088/2021, 2Q/FY22 ANTITERRORISM QUARTERLY THEME – VETTING
VISITORS TO ARMY ACTIVITIES (CUI), DTG: R 061300Z DEC 21. Army
Antiterrorism communication synchronization seeks to take care of the
troops by instilling Armywide heightened awareness and vigilance to
prevent and protect the Army community and critical resources from
terrorist activities. The theme for 2Q/FY22 (January to March 2022) is
Vetting Visitors to Army Activities.
9. Recently published Military Personnel (MILPER) messages and Military Pay
E-Messages. All MILPER messages are available on the HRC MILPER web page at
milBook at https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
a. MILPER MESSAGE 21-457, FY22 UNITED STATES ARMY WARRANT OFFICER
SELECTION BOARDS, ISSUED: [12/3/2021 2:31:53 PM]. HQDA Warrant Officer
Accession selection boards convene to consider eligible applicants for
appointment as a Warrant Officer (WO) in the U.S Army with concurrent order to
active duty. All eligible applicants are evaluated by the HQDA WO selection
board, convened at HQ, USAREC. Those selected will be scheduled for Warrant
Officer Candidate School (WOCS) and the appropriate Warrant Officer Basic
Course (WOBC). This message provides This message provides basic eligibility
criteria, and a board schedule by MOS through FY22.
b. MILPER MESSAGE 21-458, CONSOLIDATED AND UPDATED APPLICATION OF
NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER TEMPORARY PROMOTIONS (SERGEANT THROUGH STAFF
SERGEANT), ISSUED: [12/6/2021 2:03:44 PM]. The Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1,
announced consolidated and updated application of Noncommissioned Officer
temporary promotions, effective with the January 2022 promotion month.
Effective with the January 2022 promotion month, the Army will select Regular
Army and USAR Active Guard Reserve (AGR) semi-centralized enlisted Soldiers
for promotion to SGT through SSG based on their awarded promotion points
without regard to completion of the requisite level of Professional Military
Education (PME) required for promotion. All other eligibility requirements, to
include completion of the appropriate level of the Distributed Leaders Course,
must otherwise be met. This MILPER message supersedes MILPER message 21-131,
and applies to promotions for all Regular Army and USAR Active Guard Reserve
(AGR) semi-centralized enlisted Soldiers. Special category promotions to
Sergeant (SGT) and Staff Sergeant (SSG) will be processed as an exception to
policy (ETP) as established in AR 600-8-19, paragraph 3-5 and Soldiers
assigned or attached in support of Security Force Assistance Bridge (SFAB).
c. MILPER MESSAGE 21-459, RELEASE OF THE FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2021 UNITED
STATES ARMY RESERVE (USAR) SENIOR SERVICE COLLEGE SLATE RESULTS, ISSUED:
[12/6/2021 3:24:09 PM]. This message announces those US Army Reserve officers
slated for Academic Year (AY) 2022 Senior Service College (SSC) attendance.
d. MILITARY PAY E-MESSAGE 21-050, FY22 ASSIGNMENT INCENTIVE PAY (AIP)
PROGRAM FOR SECURITY FORCES ASSISTANCE BRIGADE (SFAB). The purpose of this
message is to inform all of the extension of the Assignment Incentive Pay
(AIP) Program for Security Forces Assistance Brigade (SFAB) for Fiscal Year
2022 effective December 1, 2021.
e. MILITARY PAY E-MESSAGE 21-051, INTEREST RATE FOR DEBT COLLECTION. The
purpose of this message is to inform all of the Interest Rate change for
calendar year 2022. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
f. ARMY MILITARY PAY E-MESSAGE 21-052, SERVICE MEMBERS (SM’S) CLAIMING
CONNECTICUT RESIDENCY. The purpose of this message is to inform all of
information on Service Members (SM’s) claiming Connecticut residency.
g. ARMY MILITARY PAY E-MESSAGE 21-053, UNDECLARED STATE TAXING AUTHORITY
REPORT (PCN UH099C141). The purpose of this message is to inform all of
information on the Undeclared State Taxing Authority Report (PCN UH099C141).
h. ARMY Military Pay E-Message 21-054, SITW LES Remark (December 2021 -
February 2022). The purpose of this message is to inform all of information on
the SITW LES Remark. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
i. MILITARY PAY E-MESSAGE 21-055, IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR REPORTING
AVIATION INCENTIVE PAY (AVIP) FOR CONDITIONAL AVIATORS. The purpose of this
message is to inform all of new procedures for Reporting Aviation Incentive
Pay (AvIP) for Conditional Aviators.
j. MILITARY PAY E-MESSAGE 21-056, DOWNTIME FOR THE WHAT-IF SEPARATION
SYSTEM. The purpose of this message is to inform all of the Downtime for the
What-If Separation System. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
10. S1NET MEMBER REQUESTS. The following S1NET member requests/questions are
pending. If you can assist, please do so.
a. USAR TPU METRICS TRACKER & PII - HOW CAN I SET UP COLLABORATIVE
EDITING CORRECTLY? “I've been an XO for a few months, and one thing I noticed
is that getting info from soldiers in terms of metrics is tedious and
time-consuming for each Battle Assembly in the Reserves (it falls heavily on
our S1 who reaches out to the platoons). I thought about making this easier
and giving that responsibility to the soldier instead…. My question is, how do
you guys go around not exposing PII?”
11. FORSCOM WIAS POSITIONS (UPDATED A/O 24 NOV 21). Hot openings listed at the
12. ARNG/USAR POSITIONS/JOBS AVAILABLE. S1NET members have posted the
following RC position/job vacancy information. For a listing of all USAR
primary vacancies (updated weekly) visit
vacancies on S1NET may do so by following the instructions posted on the front
page of the Job Announcements topic at the following link. Those posts which
are in the correct location and which are posted in accordance with the
instructions provided will be included in a future S1NET Message Summary.
a. HQDA, DCS, G-2, ADOS-RC POSITION, CPT/MAJ, 01A, STAFF OFFICER,
WASHINGTON, DC. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
b. CO-ADOS - US CYBER COMMAND, FORT MEADE, MD: COMMAND SURGEON
(PHYSICIAN, PA, NP) AND MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER.
c. VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT - 633RD QM BN, HHD 1SG, SHARONVILLE, OH.
d. TPU VACANCIES (1437TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT COMMANDER, GAINESVILLE, FL &
332ND MEDICAL BRIGADE EO ADVISOR, NASHVILLE, TN.
e. FIRST SERGEANT (TPU) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT, 322D CIVIL AFFAIRS BRIGADE
HHC, FORT SHAFTER FLATS, HI. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
f. 926TH EN BDE HEADQUARTERS REAR DET TPU (MULTIPLE VACANCIES)
(ENL/WO/OFF) MONTGOMERY, AL. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
g. TPU 65D MAJ/O4 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT VACANCY, 7201ST MSU, AR-MEDCOM,
GAINESVILLE, FL. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
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