Flashcards in STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL (SOPMAN) (5400.2E w/ CHANGE 9) Deck (60):
1. What major mile-stones must a Recruiter go through between checking in to their 24th month on board?
a. Command Indoc – within 45 days
b. CDB – within 30 days of checking in
c. Basic Recruiter PQS – within 45 days (Only way to receive SDAP)
d. RDB (Recruiter Development Board) – within 3 months
e. Advanced Recruiter PQS – within 6 months
f. LPO/LCPO PQS board – within 18 months
g. DLCPO – CRF only. Within 2 years of graduating from the Academy.
2. How often should the CO review and certify all eligible members for SDAP?
3. What is the Evaluation Instruction?
4. When are 9585 Recruiters eligible for a NOB Evaluation?
Eligible up to 6 months from check in
5. What CNRC Instruction is utilized to find out what working hours should be?
6. What Instruction governs Recruiting and Enlisting irregularities?
COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 5040.1 provides details concerning the policies and procedures governing Recruiting and Enlistment processing irregularities.
7. Can an Officer request an out of proximity move?
Yes. On a case by case basis
8. Can Officers request off-duty employment?
Employment of Officers (Medical and other), in the civilian sector, is subject to the approval of the Commanding Officer’s approval and provisions of SECNAVINST 5370.2
9. Can you “Fault Transfer” an Officer?
No. Officers cannot be “Fault” transferred. Poor performance and/or misconduct should be documented and resolved in accordance with MILPERSMAN 1611-010
10. What department handles fault, no-fault and incompatibility transfers?
11. Who holds the NEC 2187?
AC and RC Hometown CRF Recruiters
12. Who holds the NEC 2186?
AC CRF and FTS Management CRF
13. Can a 2187 attend the CRF Academy?
No. Unless they convert to Management (FTS) or convert to 2186 at which point they will attend the Academy upon execution of PCS orders
14. What minimum requirement must be satisfied in order for a CRF member to transfer to NORU, RQAT, CNRC HQ Staff or Region Staff?
Must have a minimum of 36 months experience as a DLCPO
15. What are the 4 positions that an individual MUST be slated to?
All NCCM billets, NRD CR, NRD ACR and FORCE EA
16. After an initial 36 month tour, how often should CRFHR be evaluated?
Every 24 months. If recommended for retention, the PRD will be adjusted for 2 years. If not recommended, the member will be force converted out of the CRF community.
17. Can Nuclear Enlisted Sailors apply for conversion to CRF?
18. If a member has served 15 years as a CRF, can the NRD CO recommend force conversion out of the CRF community?
Yes. There is no minimum or maximum time for forced conversions.
19. Can an NRD CO relieve an NRD CR?
Yes. Only with Region endorsement
20. What would be some reasons for a CO to request relief of a CR?
Misconduct, loss of confidence or lack of support by the CR
21. Can an NRD CO relieve an ACR or DLCPO?
Yes. Must have Region Endorsement
22. Who holds the NEC 9586?
23. Who holds the NEC 9587?
24. When is an RDB (Recruiter Development Board) conducted?
During the 3rd month on production and any time after that
25. What is the purpose of the RDB?
To check the Recruiter’s progress since graduation from NAVCRUITCOM ORIENTATION UNIT (NORU), determine status towards PQS qualification, identify areas where the Recruiter may need additional training and assistance and to discuss any personal or professional issues that may hinder their development
26. Who Chairs an RDB and who are the other members?
Chaired by the XO. Other members include the R-OPS, CMDCM, CR or ACR and the Command Trainer
27. What is the purpose of an REB (Recruiter Eligibility Board)?
To evaluate whether the Recruiter has the potential to eventually succeed or is incompatible with Recruiting Duty and should be made available to their Rating Detailer. The REB, if required, will be held no later than the end of the Recruiter’s 9th month on production.
28. Who Chairs an REB and who are the members?
Chaired by the XO. Other members are the CMDCM, R-OPS and CR
29. What are the types of transfers?
Fault, No-Fault and Incompatibility.
30. Can these transfers be used in lieu of disciplinary action?
31. Can you fault, no-fault or incompatibility transfer an NEC 2612?
32. Who is eligible for fault, no-fault and incompatibility transfers?
9585, 9587 and 9586 NECs only
33. Can a Recruiter request to be transferred with a no-fault or incompatibility transfer?
34. Which transfer is the only transfer that reflects negatively on a Recruiter?
35. Can you no-fault transfer a member with HUMS or EFM issues?
36. If a Recruiter becomes pregnant, can you request a no-fault transfer?
37. What NEC is 2612?
38. What are the different types of moves available on Recruiting Duty?
Short Distance, Out of Proximity and Permissive Reassignment
39. What is considered a “Short Distance” move?
No cost move of 50 miles or less from the member’s household goods to proposed PDS can be approved by the CO. All moves more than 50 miles can be approved by the NAVCRUITDIST Region Commander
40. What is considered an “Out of Proximity” move?
If the new assignment involves change of PDS to a new PDS that is not in the proximity to the old PDS, a PCS order is required. Members executing these moves receive all PCS allowances, including relocation of household effects. Member must have 12 months on board, computed to transfer date, with at least 18 months remaining on board until PRD. If the member needs to extend PRD to match 18 month requirement, submit NAVPERS 1306/7 as an enclosure with the OOP request. Moves cannot be executed until the month authorized by the official BUPERS order. PERS-4010 issues PCS orders authorizing the move. Must be for upward mobility.
41. What is considered a “Permissive Reassignment” move?
A member may wish to be transferred to a new PDS solely for personal convenience. Permissive reassignments should not be used solely to move personnel into positions of upward mobility (LPO, DLCPO, etc.) Personal convenience moves of 50 miles or less from the member’s household goods to proposed PDS can be approved by the CO. All moves more than 50 miles can be approved by the NAVCRUITDIST Region Commander.
42. Who can approve Enlisted Recruiters or Support personnel request for Off Duty Employment?
Employment of Recruiter and Support personnel in the civilian sector is subject to the CO’s approval and provisions of DOD 5500.7-R and MILPERSMAN 5370-010.
43. Where should Nuclear qualified Recruiters be placed within the NRD?
To preclude excessive PCS costs, all Nuclear qualified Recruiters should be stationed within proximity of the NAVCRUITDIST Headquarters or MEPS. In the event the Recruiter is needed to fill the 6 YO Nuclear Field Recruiter billet
44. What is the NAVCRUIT 1130/50 used for (TAB D)?
To notify the RDB members of progress and status of training of the member. It is normally referred to as the Tab D.
45. Who bottom lines the Tab E?
46. What is OOJ?
Staff Judge Advocate
47. Where can you find information for procedures to administratively separate a member?
Chapter 1910 of the MILPERSMAN provides authority and guidance on the administrative discharge of personnel.
48. What are the primary objectives of the National advertising campaign?
To create Navy awareness and to generate leads for field Recruiters though “call to action” advertising
49. What is the purpose of PSA’s (Public Service Announcements)?
The primary objective of the PSA program is to obtain the maximum advertising exposure on a public service basis in both electronic and print media through a coordinated national and local effort.
50. What is local advertising?
NAVCRUITDITS and NAVCRUITREGS are provided funding ceilings and authorized to place advertisements in regional newspapers and limited media as authorized. They can conduct local direct mail campaigns to generate leads for Recruiter follow up. All advertising is placed directly with the media being used
51. Who reviews and approves all national advertising materials?
52. Who approves local advertising material?
The NAVCRUITDIST CO prior to being mailed as directed my COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1140.3, Field Advertising Manual, shall approve all direct mail letters developed locally
53. What are the types of RADS available to the field?
Lead generating, fulfillment, Sales closing, Transition and Awareness RADS.
54. What instruction governs the Public Affairs policies?
SECNAVINST 5720.4, Navy Public Affairs Policy and Regulations, provides the basic guidance for conducting public affairs programs throughout Naval establishment
55. What does “RDAC” stand for?
Recruiting District Assistance Council
56. What does “EOV” stand for?
Educator Orientation Visit
57. Who shall attend MEDCRUIT II school?
This course provides Officer and Enlisted medical Recruiters who have completed the OR Course and have been in the field for approximately six months with the advanced skills necessary to effectively Recruit Health Care Professionals.
58. What does “NUPOC” stand for?
Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate
59. What does “PRIDE” stand for?
Personalized Recruiting for Immediate and Delayed Enlistment