Flashcards in FMF 104 Deck (63):
On the Navy Performance Evaluation/Fitness Report and Counseling form, who is the Reporting Senior?
On the Navy Performance Evaluation/Fitness Report and Counseling form, this Member is assigned by Reporting Senior to sign “by direction.”
- Delegated Reporting Senior
On the Navy Performance Evaluation/Fitness Report and Counseling form, this Member is able to assume responsibility of Reporting Senior should they become impaired.
- (Immediate Supervisors in Command) ISIC
On the Navy Performance Evaluation/Fitness Report and Counseling form, this Member may act as Reporting Senior to E4 and below.
- an E7-E9
Rater and Senior rater signatures are required on reports on who?
- Evaluation reports on E6 and below
Raters can be who?
CPO or military/civilian supervisor equivalent to E-7 or higher.
This provides feedback to motivate the member, identifies the member's strength and weaknesses, and is done every 6 months.
- Performance Counseling
What are the three different types of reports?
- Operational Commander
These reports are done annually, are the foundation of the performance record, and must cover day-for-day all Naval service on active duty or reserves.
This is a record of performance while on ADDU or TEMADD and is optional unless directed by higher authority.
- Concurrent report
These reports are optional and can only be submitted on CO or OIC who aren't also their regular reporting seniors.
- Operational Commander Reports
This is a report of performance information to another command for consideration in a FITREP/CHIEFEVAL/EVAL. It's used when TAD for 3mos or less.
- Performance Information Memorandum (PIM)
(THIS) identifies the report, defines the context in which it was received, and makes it more informative to detailers and selection boards.
- Administrative blocks
This grade is far above standards, and is notable for its exemplary or leadership quality.
This grade means generally poor performance , which is not improving, or unsatisfactory performance with respect to a single standard.
For the majority of sailors and officers, most of the trait grades should be what?
- 2.0 - 4.0
The comments block should be based on what?
- Verifiable facts
With regards to the format, what don't you use in the comments block?
- Underlining, bold, italics, centering, or highlighting
Handwritten comments and additions are only allowed a report of what rank?
- E-4 and below
Early promote = ?
Must promote = ?
Promotable = ?
Progressing = ?
Significant problems = ?
Adverse or downgraded fitness and evaluation reports may not be directed as (WHAT) or used as an alternative to (WHAT) under the UCMJ.
- Proper disposition of misconduct
(WHO) should sign all of their Regular reports and receive a copy of every report from reporting senior at the time it is signed.
Submit statements concerning member's reports at the time of their report or within (HOW MANY) years.
- 2 years
What are the 3 types of naval correspondence?
- Standard letter
This type of correspondence is official with address in/outside of DOD.
- Standard letter
Endorsements get routed through what?
- The chain of command
This is an informal correspondence within an activity or DON.
Measurements for correspondence:
- (HOW MANY INCHE(S)) Boarders
- Subj line is on (WHAT) line, max (HOW MANY) words
- Signature (HOW MANY) spaces below the last sentence and (WHAT)
What is form the Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data and DD93?
- NAVPERS 1070/602
What form is the Enlisted Qualifications History?
- NAVPERS 1070/604
What form is the History of Assignments?
- NAVPERS 1070/605
What form is the Administrative Remarks?
- NAVPERS 1070/613
This promotes good order and discipline.
- The UCMJ
All members of the Armed Forces are responsible for upholding what?
- The UCMJ
Summary, special, and general are three types of what?
- Courts martial
Judge alone (CAPT or higher) sits on this type of courts martial.
Judge alone or Judge and 3 Active Duty members sit on this type of courts martial.
- Special Court Martial
Judge alone or Judge and 5 Active Duty members sit on this type of courts martial.
- General Court Martial
Give the commander the ability to promote good order and discipline, is what?
- The value of an NJP
An NJP is administered when (WHAT KIND) offenses under the UCMJ.
A member has the right to refuse an NJP and request what?
- A court-martial
How can a member appeal an NJP?
- By submitting a statement of why punishment is unjust within 5 days and route through his/her chain of command.
What is the difference between sexual harassment and sexual assault?
- Harassment is verbal/mental and assault is physical
What are the 6 factors of equal opportunity?
- Race, color, creed, sex, age, national origin
MCO 1700.28B is the Marine Corps order for what?
What is an example of fraternization?
- Officer and enlisted having an unduly relationship
What does EDVR mean?
- Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
EDVR section for Gains?
EDVR section for Loses?
EDVR section for Alphabetic Listing?
EDVR section for total personnel count including 1-3?
EDVR section for Personnel Status Summary?
EDVR section for Distribution Navy Enlisted Classification Code (DNEC) Management?
EDVR section for NEC Billet and Personnel Inventory?
EDVR section for Qualified NEC?
EDVR section for Diary Message Summary?
EDVR section for Duty Preference Listing?
EDVR section for Security Data?