Wednesday, May 11, 2022

S1NET Message Summary - 11 May 22

1. AG CORPS OF THE YEAR WINNERS. AG Corps Leaders and Friends, on behalf of COL Marcus Motley, CSM Tamika DeVeaux, and CW5 Mark Hickman, please join us in congratulating the AG Corps CY 2021 "Of the Year" Award Winners. We will honor these individuals in conjunction with our annual Hall of Fame and Distinguished Members of the Corps Induction Ceremony at Fort Jackson, SC and the Adjutant General's Corps National Ball in Columbia, SC on 3 June 2022. •       Officer - CPT James W. Broadwell, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) •       Warrant Officer - CW2 Lia T. Wright, 1st BCT 82nd Airborne Division •       NCO - SGT Nolen E. Bilbo, 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) •       Soldier - SPC Kevin C. Minogue, 75th Ranger Regiment •       Senior Civilian - Mr. Mark K. Martin, Headquarters, 10th Mountain Division •       Civilian - Mr. Timothy D. Roberts, USAG Bavaria •       Spouse - Mrs. Barbara Lercara-Wyatt, spouse of CPT Wyatt, HHC, 369th AG BN 2. USARC G1 MOBILIZATION FIELD GUIDE, 15 MAR 22, AND FAQ, 3 MAY 22. This Mobilization (MOB) document provides Commanders and Staff the MOB concepts, guidelines, procedures, tools, and responsibilities that drive effective collaboration and coordination throughout an organization in support of timely and effective decision-making. More importantly, it serves as the foundation to establish tailorable and effective MOB operations to meet Mission Command operational expectations/requirements. 3. NCO EVALUATION BOARD LPD SLIDES (AS OF 10 MAY 22). From the DA Secretariat SGM: Here are the most recent Leader Professional Development slides on the NCO Evaluation Board process with minor updates. This is the slide deck I use to brief the process to the field. I hope this gives clarity on how we conduct the NCO Evaluation Boards. I am currently out processing Fort Knox and transitioning from the DA Secretariat to my next assignment. It has been a pleasure working with and supporting all of you. 4. UPDATED ARMY CREDENTIALING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM POLICY. From Army Credentialing and Continuing Education Services for Soldiers (ACCESS): Updates to the Army Credentialing Assistance (CA) Policy with an effective date of 11 May 2022 is attached at the following link. This policy addresses Service Obligations for Officers and Warrant Officers and provides updated requirements for all Soldiers when submitting new CA requests and selecting start dates. 5. AC FLAG SNAPSHOT - APRIL 2022. HRC can provide a drill down, by unit, installation and individual, at the request of COL Commanders and above. 6. TAGD DATA CORRECTNESS APRIL 2022 RECOGNITION ROLL. From The Adjutant General Directorate: Human Resources Command, The Adjutant General Directorate, Field Services Division (FSD) leads the holistic transformation of the Army HR community through IPPS-A fielding, military pay migration, data management, and governance. FSD continues to support the Data Correctness Strategy in support of IPPS-A. This month, we highlight the top five organizations (with population over 8,500) and top three organizations (less than 3,000 population).  These G-1 and S1 Teams continue to demonstrate their commitment to data accuracy while taking care of Soldiers' records and the daily mission: US Army Recruiting Command, Eight Army, 7th Infantry Division, 1st Armored Division and US Army Alaska.  Also, excellent job to the top three commands: Human Resources Command (100% eMILPO accuracy), Cadet Command and First Army.  Congratulations to 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th ID, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st AD and 89th Military Policy Brigade for achieving less than .27% eMILPO error rate (less than 9 errors). 7. ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF CAMPAIGN EXTENDED TO 30 JUNE 22. From the Army G-9: Army Emergency Relief’s Annual Fund-Raising Campaign has been extended to 30 June 22.  HQDA EXORD 058-22 (FRAGO 1) The Army Emergency Relief was published 7 May 22 announcing the extension.  The intent of the campaign is to ensure every soldier is made fully aware of the AER assistance available to them and offered an opportunity to participate with a donation. The VCSA approved the extension after learning of the challenges units were having in executing the campaign. 8. BRANCH/COMMAND ITEMS.      a. AGCRA NEWSLETTER # 9.  Included in this edition:  Tickets to the National AG Ball on 3 Jun 22, “1775” is Back, Korean War Veterans Honor Trip to Washington, D.C., and “Music Under the Stars” 2022 concert series at West Point’s Trophy Point Amphitheater.      b. AGCRA NEWSLETTER # 10. This edition contains information on:  AGCRA Flag Contest, FY21 Chapter Recognition Program, and the AGCRA Writing Contest. 9. 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.      a. ALARACT 030/2022, UNITED STATES ARMY APPEARANCE AND GROOMING MODIFICATIONS (CUI), DTG: R 062017Z MAY 22. This ALARACT message replaces (and is a republication of) ALARACT 040/2021, which is now inactive. The purpose of this message is to provide notice that AR 670–1 is being revised to implement the new appearance and grooming policies.      b. ALARACT 031/2022, ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY’S 54th PHILIP A. CONNELLY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE PROGRAM WINNING UNITS (CUI), DTG: R 092000Z MAY 22. The Philip A. Connelly Award Program was established to recognize excellence within the Army food program. The Connelly competition challenges individual Soldiers and units in the culinary arts and raises the overall readiness of field feeding operations across the United States Army. The DCS, G–4 announces the winning units of this year's competition based on evaluated results and offers an enthusiastic congratulations to the winning units listed in this message. 10. Recently published Military Personnel (MILPER) messages and Military Pay E-Messages.  All MILPER messages are available on the HRC MILPER web page at All Military Pay E-Messages are available on milBook at      a. MILPER MESSAGE 22-162, RELEASE OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 (FY22) ACTIVE COMPONENT (AC), COLONEL (COL), ARMY NURSE CORPS (AN), MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS (MS), ARMY MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS (SP) AND VETERINARY CORPS (VC), PROMOTION SELECTION BOARDS (PSB), ISSUED: [5/9/2022 10:48:28 AM]. This message announces the release of the results for subject Promotion Selection Boards (PSB). The Prepositioning Release date is 10 May 22. The official promotion list will be released at 0730 hours EDT, 12 May 22.      b. MILPER MESSAGE 22-163, OFFICIAL RELEASE OF THE FY22 REGULAR ARMY (RA) / UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE (USAR) ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) / INDIVIDUAL MOBILIZATION AUGMENTEE (IMA) SSG EVALUATION BOARD RESULTS, ISSUED: [5/9/2022 10:49:53 AM]. The subject SSG Evaluation Board evaluated all NCOs in the zone of consideration. An alphabetical listing of all NCOs found Most/Fully Qualified (MQ/FQ) by the board will be posted to the HRC website for download on 19 May 2022. This OML informs promotion selection beginning with the July 2022 promotion month. Because not all SSG on the OML are immediately eligible for promotion selection, the list includes the earliest date an NCO is otherwise eligible for promotion selection. This date is the first date an NCO meets the minimum eligibility criteria (time in grade and time in service) for promotion to Sergeant First Class (SFC) provided they are otherwise fully qualified, and a requirement exists.      c. MILPER MESSAGE 22-164, OFFICIAL RELEASE FOR THE FY 2022 ACTIVE COMPONENT (AC) ARMY CHAPLAINS CORPS (CH) INTERMEDIATE LEVEL EDUCATION (ILE) SELECTION BOARD RESULTS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2023-2024, ISSUED: [5/9/2022 10:54:20 AM]. This message announces the official release of subject Intermediate Level Education (ILE) Selection Board results. The official release date is 12 May 2022, results will be posted on the HRC website.      d. MILPER MESSAGE 22-165, UPDATED PROCESS FOR TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP), ISSUED: [5/9/2022 10:57:44 AM]. This message provides information on TAP Virtual Center (VC) upgrade and procedure. It also provides information on the Career Skills Program (CSP), and “Warm Handover.”      e. MILPER MESSAGE 22-166, CLOSURE OF THE AFGHANISTAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL AND AUTHORIZATION TO AWARD THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM EXPEDITIONARY MEDAL FOR OPERATION ENDURING SENTINEL, ISSUED: [5/10/2022 4:16:08 PM]. The purpose of this message is to announce the termination of the Afghanistan Campaign Medal effective August 31, 2021, which coincides with the withdrawal of the last U.S. military forces from Afghanistan, the closure of Operation FREEDOM'S SENTINEL (OFS), and the President's announcement that the war in Afghanistan is over. The award of the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (GWOT-EM) is hereby authorized for Operation ENDURING SENTINEL (OES) effective September 1, 2021, for associated OES GWOT-EM area of eligibility, which includes the country of Afghanistan. 11. S1NET MEMBER REQUESTS. The following S1NET member requests/questions are pending.  If you can assist, please do so.      a. TEAM, DOES ANYONE HAVE A DIVISION LEVEL RETENTION POLICY MEMO TO SHARE (USAR RD)? “I am tasked with restarting a stalled division level retention program, any help would be appreciated, thanks!” 12. FORSCOM WIAS POSITIONS (UPDATED A/O 6 MAY 22). Hot openings listed at the following link.      a. COE CHIEF | ABU DHABI INTL, UAE | O5 | 14A | SECRET | MAY2022 | 365 days.      b. J5 PLANNER | AL UDEID AB. QATAR | O4 | 02A | TS/SCI | JUN2022 | 365 days.      c. FUTURE OPERATIONS OFFICER | SOTO CANO, HONDURAS | O4 | 02A | SECRET | JUL2022 | 365 days.      d. CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM MGER CTEF | ARIFJAN, KUWAIT | W2 | 120A | SECRET | JUL2022 | 365 days. 13. 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 Units/commands who wish to post 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. 422ND CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION, TPU, (2) MAJ/38A, HHC COMMANDER AND COMPANY COMMANDER, MCLEANSVILLE, NC.      b. PAARNG RECRUITING AGR VACANCIES, E6 - MULTIPLE LOCATIONS.      c. 630TH TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, TPU, O-3/90A, COMPANY COMMANDER, WASHINGTON, PA.      d. FORSCOM, G-33, OPERATIONS AND READINESS DIRECTORATE, OPERATIONS OFFICER (O4) AND OPERATION NCO (E7), FORT BRAGG, NC.      e. 22ND CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM, AGR, O1-O3, NUCLEAR MEDICAL SCIENCE OFFICER (NMSO), FORT BUCHANAN, PR.      f. 102D TRAINING DIVISION HAS TPU OFFICER/NCO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO.      g. DEPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A 12A OFFICER WITH AN ELECTRICAL BACKGROUND, 871ST EFD, FT MCCOY, WI.      h. 1ST BRIGADE, 91ST TRAINING DIVISION LTC/O5 VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT, GLENDALE, AZ AND FORT HOOD, TX.


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