Personnel General Personnel Readiness Procedures

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SUMMARY of CHANGE,DA PAM 600 8 101,Personnel Readiness Procedures. This major revision dated 6 March 2018, o Changes the name of the regulation from Personnel Processing In Out Soldier Readiness and Deployment Cycle. Support to Personnel Processing Procedures cover, o Eliminates Deployment Cycle Support and all references therein throughout. o Replaces ARFORGEN with Sustainable Readiness in accordance with AD 2016 07 throughout. o Inserts readiness after personnel to be consistent with AD 2016 07 and the terminology of personnel readiness. throughout, o Inserts administrative deployability standards Adjustments to Administrative Policy from AD 2016 07 Enclosure. 3 Personnel Readiness Transformation, o Eliminates DA Form 7631 Deployment Cycle Support DCS Checklist and all references therein DCS is no longer.
applicable throughout,Headquarters Department of the Army. Department of the Army,Washington DC Pamphlet 600 8 101. 6 March 2018,Personnel General,Personnel Readiness Procedures. or senior leader of the requesting activity,Applicability This pamphlet applies to. and forwarded through their higher head,the Regular Army the Army National.
quarters to the policy proponent Refer to,Guard Army National Guard of the United. AR 25 30 for specific guidance,States and the U S Army Reserve unless. otherwise stated Suggested improvements Users are,invited to send comments and suggested. Proponent and exception authority,improvements on DA Form 2028 Recom. The proponent of this pamphlet is the Dep,mended Changes to Publications and Blank.
uty Chief of Staff G 1 The proponent has,Forms directly to the Commander U S. the authority to approve exceptions or,Army Human Resources Command. waivers to this pamphlet that are consistent,AHRC PDP P 1600 Spearhead Divi. with controlling law and regulations The,sion Avenue Fort Knox KY 40122 5408. proponent may delegate this approval au, thority in writing to a division chief within Distribution This pamphlet is available.
the proponent agency or its direct reporting in electronic media only and is intended for. History This publication is a major revi unit or field operating agency in the grade command levels for the Regular Army the. sion of colonel or the civilian equivalent Activ Army National Guard Army National. Summary This pamphlet provides the ities may request a waiver to this regulation Guard of the United States and the U S. implementation procedures for performing by providing justification that includes a Army Reserve. in the in out Soldier readiness and de full analysis of the expected benefits and. ployment cycle support functions pre must include formal review by the activ. scribed by AR 600 8 101 ity s senior legal officer All waiver re. quests will be endorsed by the commander,Contents Listed by paragraph and page number. Introduction page 1,Purpose 1 1 page 1,References 1 2 page 1. Explanation of abbreviations and terms 1 3 page 1,In processing page 1. General page 1,The in processing program 2 1 page 1. The in processing record 2 2 page 1,Section II, Installation and or Community Level In Processing page 1.
Replacement activity personnel 2 3 page 1,Process control station 2 4 page 2. Personnel information station 2 5 page 2,Personnel strength management station 2 6 page 5. Personnel management station 2 7 page 5,Medical facility 2 8 page 5. This publication supersedes DA Pam 600 8 101 dated 19 February 2015. DA PAM 600 8 101 6 March 2018 i,UNCLASSIFIED,Contents Continued. Tri Service Medical Care service center health benefits advisor or the medical element equivalent 2 9 page 7. Dental facility 2 10 page 7, Defense Enrollment Eligibility System and or Real time Automated Personnel Identification System and or identifica.
tion cards and tags 2 11 page 8,Security office 2 12 page 8. Transportation office 2 13 page 8,Central issue facility 2 14 page 9. Education center 2 15 page 9,Army Community Service center 2 16 page 9. Provost marshal office 2 17 page 9,Housing office 2 18 page 9. Commercial activities 2 19 page 9, Child and youth services and or school liaison officer 2 20 page 9.
Chaplain 2 21 page 9,Lodging office 2 22 page 10,Transition Assistance Program Center 2 23 page 10. Inspector general 2 24 page 10,Military pay office 2 25 page 10. Section III,Battalion and or Unit Level In Processing page 10. Battalion adjutant and or unit commander in processing procedures 2 26 page 10. Battalion intelligence officer operations and training officer and or unit commander in processing proce. dures 2 27 page 11, Battalion supply officer and or unit commander in processing procedures 2 28 page 11. Out Processing page 12,General page 12,The out processing program 3 1 page 12.
DA Form 137 1 and DA Form 137 2 3 2 page 12,Section II. Battalion and or Unit Level Out processing page 12. Battalion adjutant and or unit commander out processing procedures 3 3 page 12. Battalion intelligence officer operations and training officer and or unit commander outprocessing proce. dures 3 4 page 14, Battalion supply officer and or unit commander out processing procedures 3 5 page 14. Section III, Installation and or Community Level Out Processing page 14. Process control station 3 6 page 14,Personnel information station 3 7 page 15. Personnel management station 3 8 page 18,Medical facility 3 9 page 18.
Tri Service Medical Care service center health benefits advisor or the medical element equivalent 3 10 page 21. Dental facility 3 11 page 21, Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System Real Time Automated Personnel Identification System and Identifi. cation cards and tags 3 12 page 21,Security office 3 13 page 21. Transportation office 3 14 page 22,Central issue facility 3 15 page 22. Education center 3 16 page 22,Army Community Service 3 17 page 22. Provost marshal office 3 18 page 22,ii DA PAM 600 8 101 6 March 2018.
Contents Continued,Housing office 3 19 page 23,Commercial activities station 3 20 page 23. Child and youth services and or school liaison officer 3 21 page 23. Morale welfare and recreation fund manager 3 22 page 23. Training aids center 3 23 page 23,Post Exchange 3 24 page 23. Commissary 3 25 page 23,Army Emergency Relief 3 26 page 23. Lodging office 3 27 page 23,Transition Assistance Program center 3 28 page 24. Reserve Component career counselor 3 29 page 24,Inspector general 3 30 page 24.
Military pay office 3 31 page 24, Soldier Readiness Program and Mobilization Processing page 24. General page 24,The Soldier Readiness Program 4 1 page 24. DA Form 7425 4 2 page 24,Section II, Battalion and or Unit Level Soldier Readiness Program and Mobilization Processing page 25. Battalion adjutant and or unit commander Soldier Readiness Program and mobilization processing proce. dures 4 3 page 25, Battalion intelligence officer operations and training officer and or unit commander Soldier 4 4 page 26. Battalion supply officer and or unit commander Soldier Readiness Program and mobilization processing proce. dures 4 5 page 26,Section III, Installation level and or Community Level Soldier Readiness Program and Mobilization Processing page 26.
Process control station 4 6 page 26,Personnel information station 4 7 page 27. Personnel management station 4 8 page 28,Medical facility 4 9 page 29. Dental facility 4 10 page 31, Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System Real time Automated Personnel Identification System and or identifi. cation cards and tags station 4 11 page 31,Security office 4 12 page 31. Legal assistance office 4 13 page 32,Transportation office 4 14 page 32.
Central issue facility 4 15 page 32,Education center 4 16 page 32. Army Community Service center 4 17 page 32,Provost marshal office 4 18 page 32. Housing office 4 19 page 32, Morale welfare and recreation fund manager 4 20 page 33. Training aids center 4 21 page 33,Chaplain 4 22 page 33. Transition Assistance Program center 4 23 page 33,Inspector general 4 24 page 33.
Military pay 4 25 page 33,Deployment Readiness page 33. DA PAM 600 8 101 6 March 2018 iii,Contents Continued. General page 33,Deployment readiness 5 1 page 33,DA Form 137 1 and DA Form 137 2 5 2 page 33. Section II, Battalion and or Unit Level Extended Temporary Duty Processing page 34. Battalion adjutant and or unit commander extended temporary duty processing procedures 5 3 page 34. Battalion intelligence officer operations and training officer and or unit commander extended temporary duty pro. cessing procedures 5 4 page 34, Battalion supply officer and or unit commander extended temporary duty processing procedures 5 5 page 35.
Section III, Installation and or Community Level Extended Temporary Duty Processing page 35. Process control station 5 6 page 35,Personnel information station 5 7 page 35. Personnel management station 5 8 page 37,Medical facility 5 9 page 38. Dental facility 5 10 page 39, Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System Real Time Automated Personnel Identification System identification. cards and tags personnel 5 11 page 39,Security office 5 12 page 39.
Transportation office 5 13 page 40,Education center 5 14 page 40. Army Community Service center 5 15 page 40,Housing office 5 16 page 40. Morale welfare and recreation fund manager 5 17 page 40. Transition Assistance Program center 5 18 page 40,Inspector general 5 19 page 40. Military pay office 5 20 page 40,Appendixes,A References page 42. iv DA PAM 600 8 101 6 March 2018,Introduction,1 1 Purpose.
This pamphlet describes the military personnel and Department of the Army DA Civilians processing procedures for in. processing the Soldier Readiness Program SRP mobilization out processing extended temporary duty TDY 90 or. more days individual temporary change of station TCS unit deployments individual and unit redeployments either. back to the home station or to another contingency theater of operations and or TCS station reintegration the processing. required upon return from a deployment and demobilization Although this pamphlet describes the various types of per. sonnel processing it is not designed to identify all the required work involved for example tasks rules and steps Priority. was given to those tasks that directly relate to a Soldier s deployability status. 1 2 References,See appendix A,1 3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms. See glossary,In processing,2 1 The in processing program. The functions of this program are to, a Welcome and process each Soldier and any Family members into the new duty station. b Welcome and process each Soldier back into the home station upon return from a deployment whether departed on. individual TCS orders or as part of a unit deployment In this publication the term for this function is reintegration At. some installations processing back into the home station has been called a reverse SRP. c Ensure that each in processing Soldier meets the readiness and deployability criteria or those deficiencies are identi. fied and reported to the gaining unit commander,2 2 The in processing record. a DA Form 5123 1 In Processing Personnel Record guides a Soldier through the in processing program and provides. a record of the Soldier s readiness status, b Upon completion of in processing into the assigned unit the battalion adjutant S1 and or unit commander will.
ensure that the completed DA Form 5123 1 is filed in the Soldier s personnel readiness file. c The Soldier s personnel readiness file will form the core of the deployment packet when needed and will also be the. repository of DA Form 7425 Readiness and Deployment Checklist which is completed during annual SRP checks and. when deployment is imminent Duplicate copies of other documents required for a deployment packet may also be filed. in the Soldier s personnel readiness file,Section II. Installation and or Community Level In Processing,2 3 Replacement activity personnel. These personnel, a Ensure that arrival transactions in the Army field personnel information system are submitted for Soldiers after they. arrive at an installation and or community sign in and terminate their military leave. b Service returning TCS Soldiers and deployed unit members who return ahead of the unit per local policy. c Arrange for temporary billeting food service and other support processing for newly arrived Soldiers. d Provide appropriate in processing briefings and handouts to assist Soldiers and their Family members. DA PAM 600 8 101 6 March 2018 1, e Take actions to ensure that Soldiers arrive at their gaining units as soon as possible Soldiers are promptly and. properly processed and that Soldier readiness nondeployment conditions are either eliminated or identified. 2 4 Process control station,Process control station PROC CS personnel.
a Coordinate and or conduct the installation and or community level in processing briefing To inform Soldiers and. their Family members of available services PROC CS personnel ensure that appropriate installation or community staff. agencies participate in this briefing, b Serve as the focal point for installation and or community level in processing by. 1 Designating the stations through which Soldiers must process. This pamphlet describes the military personnel and Department of the Army DA Civilians processing procedures for in processing the Soldier Readiness Program SRP mobilization out processing extended temporary duty TDY 90 or

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