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Flashcards in OFFICER CRUITMAN VOL 1 (1131.2E) Deck (67):

1. All erroneous/fraudulent enlistments and commissions shall be reported when and to whom?

Within 30 days of discovery to NAVCRUITCOM (N31) with copies to NAVCRUITCOM (OOIG and OOJ)


2. What does ROPO stand for?

Region Officer Programs Officer


3. What does CCPR stand for?

Chaplains Corps Programs Recruiter


4. What are the responsibilities of the CCPR?

Maintain a liaison with, provide advice and assist NAVCRUITDIST ORs in establishing community awareness of Navy Chaplain Corps and Theological Student Programs. Coordinate with BUPERS to assist NAVCRUITDISTs in arranging Chaplain Corps Interviews. Brief applicants scheduled to attend Chaplain School.


5. How long does the R-OPS have to become PQS qualified?

Must obtain Officer/Enlisted Recruiter Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) in addition to R-OPS PQS within 6 months.


6. What is the responsibility of the R-OPS in relation to Recruiting?

Ensure communication is established and maintained with the Chain of Command, other services, local community leaders, colleges, Inactive Reserve Officers, Navy Operational Support Centers (NAVOPSPTCENT) Reserve Units, Blue and Gold Officers, Professional School Liaison Officers (PSLO), Campus Liaison Officers (CLO), Personnel Support Detachments (PERSUPPDETs) and Professors of Naval Science (PNSs) in the NAVCRUITDISTs Area of Responsibility (AOR)


7. Who is responsible to ensure all OR, OP and Officer Processor Lead (OPL) PQS is completed within 6 months (9 months if remedial instruction is required?



8. Who does the R-OPS report to?

Reports to the CO and XO; authorized direct liaison with department heads and Region OPOs.


9. What pre-requisites must be met by the R-OPS?

Completion of NAVCRUITCOM Orientation Unit (NORU) Officer Recruiter and Recruiting Operations Officer Course and completion of R-OPS within 6 months of reporting on board.


10. What are the functions of the Officer Recruiter?

The OR’s function is to attain qualified applicants for selection into the Navy’s Active and Reserve Officer Communities. ORs must complete Officer Recruiter PQS within 6 months.


11. What is a CDN?

Campus Data Notebook.


12. Who does the OR report to?

Reports to the R-OPS via the Officer Assistant Chief Recruiter(O-ACR)


13. What are the functions of the Officer Processor (OP)? and O14.

The OP and OPL are responsible for the initial, ongoing and final processing and quality assurance of all Officer applications, both active and reserve. They process Officer applications, enlistment, commissioning and superseding paperwork.


14. What is the ASTB?

Aviation Selection Test Battery


15. Who can administer the ASTB?



16. What ways can an Officer applicant take the ASTB?

Pencil or on a computer


17. How long do Officer Processors have to complete their PQS?

6 months from reporting on board


18. What is the name of the computer based program for the ASTB?



19. What is the preferred method?



20. Who is in charge of scheduling physicals for Officer applicants?



21. Who do OPs report to?



22. Who is responsible for the training of the Officer Processing Staff?



23. Who does the OPL report to?



25. Who appoints a Commissioned Officer?

Members initially appointed to commissioned grade are so appointed by the President. Permanently commissioned Officers in the Active component in and above the grade of Lieutenant Commander, and Reserve component Officers in and above the grade of Captain are appointed by, and with the advice and consent of the Senate. When the Senate is not in session, temporary and interim appointments are made, subject to Senate confirmation during the next session.


26. What does an Officer designator mean?

The Officer designator codes are 4 digit numbers used to group Officers by categories for personnel accounting and administrative purposes and to identify the status of Officers. The first 3 digits identify the categories in which Officers are appointed and/or designated. The 4th digit identifies the status of Officers within the various categories.


27. Where can you find Navy Officer billet classifications?

Navy Officer billet classifications are found in the Manual of Navy Officer Manpower and Personnel Classifications NAVPERS 15839 Volume 1.


24. What is a PM?

Program Manager


28. How is success in prospecting measured?

By the number of contracts attained


29. What are the Navy Officer Programs with Officer Candidate students?

? HSCP (Health Services Collegiate Program), HPSP (Health Professional Scholarship Program), NCP (Nurse Candidate Program), FAP (Financial Assistance Program), BDCP (Baccalaureate Degree Completion Program), CEC (Civil Engineer Corps), Chaplain, JAG (Judge Advocate General) Students, NUPOC (Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate), who have been selected and accessed into commissioning programs.


30. Name some of the principal sources for LEADS/contacts.

Navy officer student programs, name lists, school lists, professional lists, military lists (These include Individual Ready Reserve (IRR), separation order lists, community lists, etc.


31. The OR will obtain ALL name lists from what schools?

Pri 1 and 2 schools


32. Who will produce and execute POA&M for special events?

The OR assigned as the Event coordinator will produce and execute the approved POA7M for the specified event


33. What does OHARP and SEMINAR mean?

Officer Hometown Area Recruiting Program (OHARP) and Senior Minority Assistance to Recruiting (SEMINAR)


34. Who can participate in the SEMINAR program?

The SEMINAR Program provides outstanding minority personnel, E6 through O6, the opportunity to interface with influential members in the minority community and to inform them of opportunities for minorities in today’s Navy.


35. Who is charged with developing a plan on how to exactly utilize personnel in OHARP and SEMINAR?



36. What is a CLO and what do they do?

Campus Liaison Officer. CLOs are Reserve Officers who usually hold faculty or administrative positions at Colleges or Universities. They report to the respective NAVCRUITDIST CO and will be utilized by the NAVCRUITDIST to assist in Officer Recruiting. The benefit of being a CLO is that they earn drill points for holding the position


37. What is a PSLO and what do they do?

Professional School Liaison Officer. PSLOs are Reserve and Retired Officers who usually hold faculty or administrative positions at Medical, Dental and Nursing schools. They will be utilized by the NAVCRUITDIST to assist in Medical and Dental Programs Recruiting


38. How is poaching viewed in the OR world?

Officer Recruiting personnel are prohibited from prospecting, accessing, processing or enlisting a Prospect that does not reside, perform Reserve Drills or attend school within the geographical boundaries of their respective NAVCRUITDIST. (Courtesy Enlistments and Commissionings are excluded)


39. How long does the R-OPS have to assign a LEAD to an OR?

72 hrs


40. How long does the OR have to contact the LEAD?

72 hrs from the receipt of the LEAD


41. How long does the OR have to update the NAVOPSPTCEN?

14 days


42. How long does the OR have to complete feedback on NAVOPSPTCEN?

14 days


43. How many times must the OR attempt a LEAD before they can request NAVOPSTCEN to remove the LEAD?

3 times


44. What schools will be included in the School canvassing program?

The school canvassing program will include Medical schools, Nursing schools, teaching hospital, colleges, universities, law schools, seminaries and other post-secondary institutions


45. What is an OMR?

Officer Market Report


46. How long is an OMR kept for?

2 years


47. What does the OMR show?

Identifiable historical Officer accession production from Universities and colleges


48. What are the Priority codes for schools?

Priority 1,2 and 3.


49. What comprises a Priority 1 (PRI 1) school and how often must it be visited?

At a minimum, must include all Dental, Medical, Engineering and historically top producing 49. What comprises a Priority 1 (PRI 1) school and how often must it be visited? At a minimum, must include all Dental, Medical, Engineering and historically top producing schools based on the OMR report. These schools will be visited once a month at a minimum. After each visit, a PPAR will be placed in the corresponding CDN. Pri 1 schools will have an OR designated as the Campus Manager to coordinate cross program events to obtain maximum benefit. Waivers to the minimum monthly requirement must be approved by the CO or XO in writing


50. What comprises a Priority 2 (PRI 2) school and how often must it be visited?

Possess marketable prospects but have been historically poor producers. These schools will be visited quarterly at a minimum. Visits will be performed with the intent to develop the school into a Pri 1 school.


51. What comprises a Priority (PRI 3) school and how often must it be visited?

Possess limited marketable prospects and/or demonstrate non-cooperative position toward the military. These schools will be visited annually at a minimum, preferably at the start of a term or semester. Visits will be performed to foster COI cultivation and


52. For what priority schools is it mandatory to have CDNs?

Priority 1 and 2. However, it is highly encouraged to have them for Priority 3 schools as well.


53. What is the purpose of the CDN?

Provide specific information about each school to facilitate continuity in personnel turnover. All files will be maintained per SECNAVINST 5210.5


54. How many sections are there in the CDN and what are they.

3 sections. Contact Data/Post Prospecting Activity Reports (PPAR) NAVCRUIT 1131/25/Additional Information


55. What section contains Active Duty and IRR collegiate roster?

Section 1


56. COI Roster?

Section 1


57. SELRES roster?

Section 1


58. How often shall R-OPS review the CDN?

Minimum Quarterly


59. When shall the OR submit a PPAR?

After major campus visits such as: Career days, major presentations, clinical visits, college blitzes, stuffing of resident boxes or posting of flyers are accomplished. Reports will also be made any time information needs to be documented that could change the Recruiting atmosphere.


60. What is the NAVCRUIT 1133/98?

Officer Referral Form


61. How long does the R-OPS/OACR/CR have to return a disposition of the Officer Referral?

72 hrs


62. If an enlisted prospect is found competitive for an Officer Program, can they be enlisted into DEP.

Yes. As long as they do not ship prior to final selection or rejection of OR Program results


63. What is the NAVCRUIT 1131/24?

Enlisted referral form


64. When an OR Prospect is deemed not qualified for Officer Programs, who shall the OACR submit the 1131/24 to?



65. How long does the E-ACR have to return the NAVCRUIT 1131/24 to the O-ACR annotating initial outcome with the Prospect?

72 hrs


66. How long must the O-ACR keep enlisted referrals for?

3 years


67. How long does the OR have to prospect a LEAD and dispo it?

Recruiters will prospect a LEAD within 48 hrs of receipt of that LEAD. The disposition of the LEAD will be annotated in Rtools within 14 days of receipt or it will be considered overdue. LEADS will remain in a Recruiter’s Working Tickler for 4 months or until final disposition; whichever comes first.