LEADER¶S BOOK

SGT ______________
YOUR UNIT

General Orders
1. I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly relieved.

2. I will obey my special orders and perform all my duties in a military manner.

3. I will report any violations, emergencies and anything not covered in my instructions to the Commander of the relief.
Effectively counsels and mentors subordinates. Maintains an outstanding personal appearance. Disciplined leaders produce disciplined soldiers.
Jack L. Tilley 12th Sergeant Major of the Army

If found, Please call 730-6753/ Cell 010-1231-1236 or YOUR NAME@us.army.mil

CODE OF CONDUCT
1. I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense. 2. I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they have the means to resist. 3. If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy. 4. If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take command. If not I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way. 5.When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give only my name, rank, service number and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statement disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause. 6. I will never forget that I am an American, fighting fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my GOD and in the United States of America.

CREED OF THE NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER

No one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned officer, a leader
of soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer, I realize that I am a member of a time honored corps, which is known as ³The Backbone of the Army.´ I am proud of the Corps of Noncommissioned Officers and will at all times conduct myself so as to bring credit upon the Corps, the Military Service and my country regardless of the situation in which I find myself. I will not use my grade or position to attain pleasure, profit, or personal safety.

Competence is my watch-word. My two basic responsibilities will always be
uppermost in my mind - accomplishment of my mission and the welfare of my soldiers. I will strive to remain tactically and technically proficient. I am aware of my role as a Noncommissioned Officer. I will fulfill my responsibilities inherent in that role. All soldiers are entitled to outstanding leadership: I will provide that leadership. I know my soldiers and I will always place their needs above my own. I will communicate consistently with my soldiers and never leave them uninformed. I will be fair and impartial when recommending both rewards and punishment.

Officers of my unit will have maximum time to accomplish their duties:
they will not have to accomplish mine. I will earn their respect and confidence as well as that of my soldiers. I will be loyal to those with whom I serve: seniors, peers and subordinates alike. I will exercise initiative by taking appropriate action in the absence of orders. I will not compromise my integrity, nor my moral courage. I will not forget, nor will I allow my comrades to forget that we are professionals, Noncommissioned Officers, Leaders!

SOLDIER¶S CREED

ARMY SONG
March along, sing our song, With the Army of the free. Count the brave, count the true, Who have fought to victory. We¶re the Army and proud of our name, We¶re the Army and proudly proclaim. First to fight for the right, And to build the Nation¶s might, And the Army Goes Rolling Along. Proud of all we have done, Fighting till the battle¶s won, And the Army Goes Rolling Along. Refrain: Then it¶s Hi! Hi! Hey! The Army¶s on its way. Count off the cadence loud and strong, TWO! THREE! For where e¶er we go, You will always know, That the Army Goes Rolling Along. Valley Forge, Custer¶s ranks, San Juan Hill and Patton¶s tanks, And the Army went rolling along. Minute men, from the start, Always fighting from the heart, And the Army keeps rolling along. Refrain: Men in rags, men who froze, Still that Army met its foes, And the Army went rolling along. Faith in God, then we¶re right, And we¶ll fight with all our might, As the Army keeps rolling along. Refrain:

I am an American Soldier. I am a Warrior and a member of a team. I serve the people of the United States and live the Army Values. I will always place the mission first. I will never accept defeat. WARRIOR ETHOS I will never quit. I will never leave a fallen comrade. I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough, trained and proficient in my warrior tasks and drills. I always maintain my arms, my equipment and myself. I am an expert and I am a professional. I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy the enemies of the United States of America in close combat. I am a guardian of freedom and the American way of life. I am an American Soldier.

Phone Listing LJACH Phone Roster SERMCPhone Roster LJAHC Alert Roster Useful Support Information 8. Training Management APFT Scores AWT Weapons Qualification LEADER¶S BOOK INDEX 5. Battle Focus FTX Dates Packing List 168th MMB Battalion METL 560th Medical Company (GA) METL 8 Step Training Model Risk Assessment Matrix 4. Scheduled Events Training Calendar PT Schedule SGT Time Training Schedule APFT Dates Weapons Qualification Dates Duty Rosters 6.LEADER¶S BOOK INDEX 1. Reference Sources of Information Forms Article of UCMJ Guidelines for Involuntary Separation Class A Uniform Army Ribbons Promotion Criteria Acronyms Quick Reference Addresses . Unit History YOUR Company History Introduction to the Unit Distinctive Unit Insignia Regimental Distinctive Insignia Regimental Colors LJAHC Mission Statement 2. Personal Data Privacy Act Statement Daily Accountability Soldier¶s Personal Data Sheet Soldier Promotion Point Data C10 Roster Unresolved Soldier Issues Barracks Roster Rating Scheme 3. Chain of Command Chain of Command NCO Support Channel 7.

CHAPTER 1 Unit History YOUR Company History Introduction to the Unit Distinctive Unit Insignia Regimental Distinctive Insignia LJAHC Mission Statement Regimental Colors .

Bodine DC. Camp Long. 18th Medical Regiment at Camp Forest. the 163rd Medical Battalion (Dental Service) was inactivated and the 618th Dental Company (Area Support) was activated. Camp Humphreys. It was activated in June 1941 as Company H.618th Dental Company HISTORY EXAMPLE The 618th Dental Company (Area Support) receives its lineage from the 618th Medical Clearing Company. . Camp Carroll. INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIT The 618th Dental Company is a unique organization in the Army Dental Care system. Camp Stanley. It is the only organization that has a duel TDA/MTOE mission. as well as four clinics in Yongsan Garrison. preparing to support Eighth Army during Transition to Hostilities. which was constituted in the regular Army in March 1929 as the 53rd Hospital Company. Tennessee and the reorganized and redesignated as the 618th Medical Battalion (Dental Service) and redesignated once more as 618th Medical Company (Dental Service) in April 1993. Camp Red Cloud. It is an MTOE organization. but also has a significant TDA mission ± that of providing Armistice Health Care to all USFK beneficiaries on a daily basis. The 618th Dental Company (Area Support) provides dental care to the Soldiers throughout the Republic of Korea at Camp Casey. is proud of its heritage. In October 1999. and takes pride in the services it performs for all USFK beneficiaries in the Republic of Korea. The 618th Dental Company (Area Support).

DISTINCTIVE UNIT INSIGNIA DESCRIPTION SYMBOLISM BACKGROUND .

The twenty stars in the crest correspond to the number of states in the union between December 10. and the Act of April 14. (the son of the Sun god Apollo. was a color associated with the Medical Corps during the last half of the nineteenth century. by which the Medical Department of the Army was first organized. The phrase "To Conserve the Fighting Strength". 1818. The Distinctive Unit Insignia for the AMEDD Regiment is known as a "shield" when located on the Flag or the Coat of Arms. . The green staff of Aesulapius. are the 13 stripes of the American Flag. Mission ‡ Promote military dental readiness while providing excellent health care . gives testimony to our mission as combat multipliers and guardians of our nation's strength and peace. the first healer according to Greek Mythology). Statement ‡ Excellent expectations in healthcare for the military community. The alternation red and white stripes on the left side of the shield as you face it.618th Dental Company MISSION STATEMENT YOUR THIS IS AN EXAMPLE The Distinctive Unit Insignia for the Army Medical Department Regiment The AMEDD Regimental Distinctive Unit Insignia was designed by the Institute of Heraldry and is one of the oldest crests in the Army today. 1818. 1817 and December 3.

Army Medical Department Regiment.Flag For The Army Medical Department Regiment The Regimental flag displays a distinctive design developed for the U. the Crest was held onto the helmet by a twisted band of cloth called a wreath. The colors on the wreath of the AMEDD Regiment are maroon and white. The RDI is known as the "shield" when located on the Flag or the Coat of Arms. and is one of the oldest crests in the Army today. 1818. The Regimental Distinctive Insignia (RDI) was designed by The Institute of Heraldry. In the olden days.) The seven silver stars representing the seven corps of the Army Medical Department Regiment . The green staff is the staff of Aesculapius.including the Enlisted Corps. Flag. the date of enactment of the congressional authorization by which the Medical Department of the Army was first organized. The Crest. is composed of: The cross and wreath of laurel was adapted from devices authorized for hospital stewards and other enlisted men when the Hospital Corps was established in 1887. "To Conserve Fighting Strength" gives testimony to the AMEDD mission as combat multipliers and guardians of our nation's strength and peace.S. Green is the color associated with the Medical Corps during the last half of the nineteenth century. The alternating red and white stripes on the left side of the shield are the 13 stripes of the American Flag representing the 13 original United States colonies. The shield is superimposed on the chest ofCoatAmericanfound above the Eagle on the Regimental The Crest. . son of the Greek mythological god Apollo and the first healer. The 20 stars represent the number of states in the Union on April 14. as originally used. (A similar cross and laurel wreath is found on the Combat Medic Badge. was placed upon the top of the helmet of the chief or leader to enable his followers to distinguish him during battle. The phrase. that portion of the the of Arms eagle. signifying the first two named colors on the shield.

Privacy Act Statement Name SSN Signature Date Daily Accountability Soldier¶s Personal Data Sheet Unresolved Issues Barracks Roster Appointed Duties Rating Scheme .CHAPTER 2 Personal Data PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT The personnel listed below authorize SGT YOUR NAME to maintain their SSN and personal information in his leader¶s notebook with the understanding that this information will not be disclosed except in the line of his official duties.

Accountability Report Casey Dental Clinic Date____________ Plt Ldr Assigned_____ Plt Ldr Present_____ Plt Sgt Assigned____ Plt Sgt Present______ 1st Squad Assigned____ 1st Squad Present______ 2nd Squad Assigned____ 2nd Squad Present_______ Total Assigned_______ Present___________ Platoon Sergeant/NCOIC_____________________ Signature:__________________________________ .

California HEIGHT: 71in WEIGHT: ____ RACE: White EYE COLOR: Brown HAIR COLOR: Brown BLOOD TYPE: OPULHES: 111111 ALLERGIES / TAGS: NA RELIGION: Agnostic GT SCORE: ______ CIV ED: ____________ PROM PTS: _____ BRANCH: Navy PRIOR SVC: Yes BREAK IN SVC: No AIT: Aug 06 WLC: 11 Sept 07 BNCOC: ANCOC:______ NCOER DUE DATE: _____________ QUARTERLY COUNSELING DUE: ___________ CURRENT ADDRESS: _______________ PHONE NUMBER: ______________ HOR: _____________ Marital Status: SPOUSE¶S NAME: ____________ AGE: __ DOB: _________ CHILD¶S NAME: AGE: __ DOB: 28 Dec 06 CHILD¶S NAME: AGE: DOB:________ ANNIVERSARY: ____________FAMILY CARE PLAN: _____ POV MAKE /MODEL: ___________ POV YEAR: COLOR: INSPEC DATE:_____ INSUR CO INSUR# ___________ SIZES: ACU PANTS: _______ ACU TOP: __________ ACU CAP: 7 1/4 Beret: 7 1/8 BOOTS: 11 LAST LEAVE: ________ Bls Expiration: ________ EMT Expiration: ________ ACMS Date: _________ Personal Data Sheet Rank: ________ NAME: __________Grade: E-_ SSN: _______________DOB: _________ DOR: ________ SMOS: Na DEROS: _________ PMOS: 68W10 ETS: _________ BASD: 23 Feb 04 BPED: 23 Feb 04 DATE ARRIVED: _____________ PLACE OF BIRTH: San Antonio.Personal Data Sheet NAME: ________ Grade: ERank: ________ DOB: 21 April 87 DOR: _________ SSN: PMOS:68W10 SMOS:NA DEROS: _______ ETS: ___________ BASD: 06 May 01BPED: 22 Feb 01 DATE ARRIVED: ______________ PLACE OF BIRTH: Auburn. Tx HEIGHT: 68in WEIGHT: ______ RACE: Hispanic EYE COLOR: Brown HAIR COLOR: Black BLOOD TYPE: O+ PULHES: 111111 ALLERGIES / TAGS: Na RELIGION: Christian GT SCORE: _______ CIV ED: _____________ PROM PTS: __________ BRANCH: Na PRIOR SVC: Na BREAK IN SVC: Na AIT: Aug 06 WLC: ______ BNCOC: ________ ANCOC: _____ NCOER DUE DATE: _________ QUARTERLY COUNSELING DUE: ___________ CURRENT ADDRESS: _______________ PHONE NUMBER: ______________ HOR: ________________ Marital Status: _____________ SPOUSE¶S NAME: ___________ AGE: __ DOB: ________ AGE: ___ DOB: 17 Jun 93 CHILD NAME: CHILD NAME: AGE: ___ DOB: 06 Feb 95 CHILD NAME: AGE: ____ DOB: 18 Aug 00 ANNIVERSARY:____________FAMILY CARE PLAN:___ POV MAKE/MODEL: ____________ POV YEAR: ___ COLOR: __ INSPEC DATE: ___ INSUR CO:___________ INSUR# _____________ SIZES: ACU PANTS: ________ ACU TOP: _________ ACU CAP: 71/4 Beret: 7 ¼ BOOTS: 10 1/2 LAST LEAVE: __________ Bls Expiration: ________ EMT Expiration: _________ ACMS: ___________ .

Personal Data Sheet Promotion Point Tracker NAME: _______________GRADE: ERANK: ________ DOB: 01 Mar 79 DOR: _________ SSN: _______________ PMOS: 68W10 SMOS: NA DEROS: _________ ETS: 31 Oct 10 BASD: 01 Nov 06 BPED: 01 Nov 06 DATE ARRIVED: _____________ PLACE OF BIRTH: Puerto Rico HEIGHT: 63 WEIGHT: _____ RACE: Hispanic EYE COLOR: Brown HAIR COLOR: Black BLOOD TYPE: O+ PULHES: 111111 ALLERGIES / TAGS: Na RELIGION: Roman Catholic GT SCORE: __________ CIV ED: ________________ PROM PTS: ____________ PRIOR SVC: NA BRANCH: NA BREAK IN SVC: NA AIT: 01 Aug 07 PLDC: _______ BNCOC: ___________ ANCOC: ________ NCOER DUE DATE: ____________ QUARTERLY COUNSELING DUE: ____________ CURRENT ADDRESS: ______________ PHONE NUMBER: ______________ HOR: ___________ Marital Status: ___________ SPOUSE NAME: ______________ AGE: ____ DOB: ________ CHILD NAME: AGE: __ DOB: 8 April 05 ANNIVERSARY: _______________________ FAMILY CARE PLAN: ______ POV MAKE/MODEL: _____________ POV YEAR: _____ COLOR: _____ INSPEC DATE: ___ INSUR CO: ______ INSUR# _______ SIZES: ACU PANTS: _______ ACU TOP: __________ BERET: _7____ BOOTS: _____ ACU CAP: __7__ LAST LEAVE: _________ BLS Expiration: ______ EMT Expiration: ________ ACMS: ___________ Name Name Name Awards Military Education Civilian Education APFT Score Weapons Score Commanders Points Board Points Total Promotion Points Current C10 Promotion Points = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = .

UNRESOLVED ISSUES BARRACKS/BEQ/ OFF POST ROSTER Room Number: Bldg Number: Name Last: Name Last: Soldiers Name Soldier Situation Status .

CHAPTER 3 BATTLE FOCUS FTX Dates FTX DATES FY 10 FTX Dates Packing List YOUR Battalion METL YOUR Company METL Risk Assessment Matrix 8 Step Training Model .

first aid pack W/first aid bandage) ‡ Protective mask (left hip) ‡ Individual weapon ‡ Ear plugs w/case ‡ Protective goggles ‡ Elbow and Knee Pads ‡ Fleece . shell black leather ‡ Parka. CHEMICAL PANTS. INDIVIDUAL GLOVES. wet weather ‡ Bag. wet weather ‡ Trouser. ammo pouches w/ magazines. CHEMICAL JACKET. waterproof ‡ ACU cap ‡ ACU 1 set ‡ Undergarments (1 set) ‡ Training NBC Gear ‡ Flashlight NBC BAG FOOTGEAR COVER. CHEMICAL SUSPENSERS.Packing List Packing List RUCKSACK w/frame ‡ Gloves. insert wool ‡ Gloves. CHEMICAL FIELD UNIFORM ‡ Complete ACU set ‡ Boots ‡ ID tags/ID card/Sofa card/driver¶s license ‡ Kevlar ‡ IBA without plates (canteens.

underwear. socks ± X2) ‡ Polypro-1 set (tops and bottoms) ‡ Neck gator ‡ Other cold weather gear as needed ‡ Personal hygiene items (EXTRAS AS NEEDED) ‡ Sleeping Mat and Sleeping bag ‡ Shower shoes ‡ Gortex Jacket and Pants (Wet Weather) B BAG (DUFFLE BAG) .Packing List Packing List A BAG (DUFFLE BAG) ‡ ACU 1 set ‡ Undergarments (T-shirt.

1) .1) Occupy/Establish a battle/defense position (ART 2.PRDC METL EXAMPLE Provide Armistice Health Support (DOD MHS performance measures) Conduct tactical deployment/redeployment (ART 2.1) Provide Medical Evacuation (Air/Ground) (ART 6.5.1) Establish command post operations (ART 7.3) Perform tactical actions associated with force (ART 2.2) Provide combat casualty care (ART 6.1.3) Establish command post operations (ART 7.1) Area 1 METL EXAMPLE Conduct an area defense (ART 8.5.1) Conduct survivability operations (ART 5.5.2) Provide supplies (ART 6.2.

& Standards Terrain Walk Done Training Objectives Classroom Instruction Soldiers to Train With Key Leaders TRAIN LEADERS PLAN Trainers/Evaluators Performance Tests Written Tests Land/Facilities Equipment/Supplies On Site Certification References & TTP¶s Risk Assessment OC¶s Situation Enemy Reduced Force Friendly Sand Table Attachments & Rock Drill Detachments Mission TEWT Execution Full Force Concept of Operation Force on Force Coordination Instructions Service and Support Concept of Logistics. and Medical Evacuation Command and Signal Precombat Checks Focus on Doctrine. & Focus on Doctrine. Basics. Materiel.CONDUCT AAR RETRAIN Alternate Instructor Focus on Weaknes s TRAINING EXECUTE ISSUE ORDER RECON REHEARS E Leaders and Recon Training Site. Train Leaders First Route. & Standards Coach Frequently Control Environment Develop Teamwork Increase Complexity Make Training Realistic Ensure Participation Review Training Objectives Establish What Happened Establish Why It Happened Determine What Was Right Determine What Was Wrong Determine What Should Be Done Differently Next Time Risk Assessment Matrix MODEL 8 STEP . Obstacles Basics.

CHAPTER 4 Training Management APFT Scores NAME SCORE DATE APFT Scores AWT Weapons Qualification .

AWT FY 08 SCHEDULED EVENTS Weapons Qualification NAME GO/NOGO DATE NAME SCORE DATE .

SCHEDULED EVENTS Training Calendar APFT Dates Weapons Qualification Dates Duty Rosters .

05.06 / 05 / 2009± APFT ___ / ___/ ___ -.APFT Dates APFT will be administered by the following platoons during FY 09 : Weapons Qualification Dates Date Range Remarks 04.APFT TBD ± HQ Platoon TBD ± 1st Evacuation TBD ± 2nd Evacuation .

CHAPTER 6 Chain of Command Chain of Command NCO Support Channel .

GATES SECRETARY OF THE ARMY HON. OBAMA SECRETARY OF DEFENSE HON. JR YOUR COMMAND COMMANDER COL YOUR COMPANY COMMANDER COL OIC COL YOUR COMPANY XO CPT NCO SUPPORT CHANNEL REF: AR 600-20 SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE ARMY SMA KENNETH PRESTON UNC/CFC. PRESTON M. GEREN CHAIRMAN. JT CHIEFS OF STAFF ADMIRAL MIKE MULLEN (NAVY) ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF GEN GEORGE W.CHAIN OF COMMAND REF: AR 600-20 COMMANDER -IN-CHIEF PRESIDENT BARRACK H.USFK COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR CSM 18TH MEDICAL COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR CSM 618TH DENTAL COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT 1SG CLINIC NCOIC SFC . CASEY UNC/CFC/USFK COMMANDER GEN. FIL. SHARP UNC/CFC/USFK USA CHIEF OF STAFF LTG JOSEPH F. WALTER L. ROBERT M.

CHAPTER 7 PHONE LISTING LJAHC Phone Roster SERMC Phone Roster LJAHC Alert Roster Misc Numbers .

or separation Article 85 -Desertion Article 86 . and escape Article 96 --Releasing prisoner without proper authority Article 97 --Unlawful detention Article 98 --Noncompliance with procedural rules Article 99 --Misbehavior before the enemy Article 100 --Subordinate compelling surrender Article 101 --Improper use of countersign Article 102 --Forcing a safeguard Article 103 --Captured or abandoned property Article 104 --Aiding the enemy Article 105 --Misconduct as a prisoner From Article 2 and 3 of the UCMJ) . breach of arrest. flight.Absence without leave (AWOL) Article 87 .Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer Article 91 .Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer.Missing movement Article 88 . or petty officer Article 92 -Failure to obey order or regulation Article 93 .Disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer Article 90 .REFERENCES ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Punitive Articles 77-105 Punitive Articles of the UCMJ Sources of Information for NCOs Forms Guidelines for Involuntary Separations Class ³A´ Uniforms Army Ribbons Promotion Criteria Acronyms Quick Reference Addresses Article 77 -Principals Article 78 -Accessory after the fact Article 79 -Conviction of lesser included offenses Article 80 -Attempts Article 81 -Conspiracy Article 82 -Solicitation Article 83 -Fraudulent enlistment.Cruelty and maltreatment Article 94 --Mutiny and sedition Article 95 --Resistance.Contempt toward officials Article 89 . noncommissioned officer. appointment. appointment. or separation Article 84 -Effecting unlawful enlistment.

Contempt toward officials Article 89 . appointment. noncommissioned officer. etc.Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer.Missing movement Article 88 . flight.ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Punitive Articles 77-105 ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Punitive Articles 106-134 Article 106 --Spies Article 106a --Espionage Article 107 --False official statements Article 108 --Military property of the United States Article 109 --Property other than military property of the United States Article 110 --Improper hazarding of vessel Article 111 -Drunken or reckless operation of vehicle. of controlled substances Article 113 --Misbehavior of sentinel or lookout Article 114 --Dueling Article 115 --Malingering Article 116 --Riot or breach of peace Article 117 --Provoking speeches or gestures Article 118 --Murder Article 119 --Manslaughter Article 120 --Rape and carnal knowledge Article 121 --Larceny and wrongful appropriation Article 122 --Robbery Article 123 --Forgery Article 123a --Making. breach of arrest. or petty officer Article 92 -Failure to obey order or regulation Article 93 .Absence without leave (AWOL) Article 87 .Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer Article 91 . and escape Article 96 --Releasing prisoner without proper authority Article 97 --Unlawful detention Article 98 --Noncompliance with procedural rules Article 99 --Misbehavior before the enemy Article 100 --Subordinate compelling surrender Article 101 --Improper use of countersign Article 102 --Forcing a safeguard Article 103 --Captured or abandoned property Article 104 --Aiding the enemy Article 105 --Misconduct as a prisoner From Article 2 and 3 of the UCMJ) . or separation Article 84 -Effecting unlawful enlistment.Disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer Article 90 .Abusing public animal Article 134-2--Adultery Article 134-3--Assault--indecent Article 77 -Principals Article 78 -Accessory after the fact Article 79 -Conviction of lesser included offenses Article 80 -Attempts Article 81 -Conspiracy Article 82 -Solicitation Article 83 -Fraudulent enlistment. or vessel Article 112 --Drunk on duty Article 112a --Wrongful use. drawing. possession. or uttering check.Cruelty and maltreatment Article 94 --Mutiny and sedition Article 95 --Resistance.. or separation Article 85 -Desertion Article 86 . draft. or order without sufficient funds Article 124 --Maiming Article 125 --Sodomy Article 126 --Arson Article 127 --Extortion Article 128 --Assault Article 129 --Burglary Article 130 --Housebreaking Article 131 --Perjury Article 132 --Frauds against the United States Article 133 --Conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman Article 134 --General article Article 134-1-. appointment. aircraft.

ribbon. carrying Article 134-56--Wearing unauthorized insignia. destroying. mutilating. secreting. noncommissioned. or destroying . badge. drunkenness Article 134-14--Drinking liquor with prisoner Article 134-15--Drunk prisoner Article 134-16--Drunkenness Article 134-17--False or unauthorized pass offenses Article 134-18--False pretenses. dishonorably failing to pay Article 134-12--Disloyal statements Article 134-13--Disorderly conduct. device. negligent Article 134-1--Impersonating a commissioned. buying. concealing Article 134-50--Straggling Article 134-51--Testify: wrongful refusal Article 134-52--Threat or hoax: bomb Article 134-53--Threat. removing. breaking Article 134-45--Seizure: destruction. obtaining services under Article 134-19--False swearing Article 134-20--Firearm. or lapel button Article 134-4--Assault Article 134-5--Bigamy Article 134-6--Bribery and graft Article 134-7--Burning with intent to defraud Article 134-8--Check. warrant. opening. worthless by dishonorably failing to maintain funds Article 134-9--Cohabitation. or an agent or official Article 134-26--Indecent acts or liberties with a child Article 134-27--Indecent exposure Article 134-28--Indecent language Article 134-29--Indecent acts with another Article 134-30--Jumping from vessel into the water Article 134-31--Kidnapping Article 134-32--Mail: taking. removal. Violation of Article 134-39--Perjury: subornation of Article 134-40--Public record: altering. wrongful Article 134-10--Correctional custody--offenses against Article 134-11--Debt. under such circumstances as to endanger human life Article 134-22--Fleeing scene of accident Article 134-23--Fraternization Article 134-24--Gambling with subordinate Article 134-25--Homicide. discharging--through negligence Article 134-21--Firearm. communicating Article 134-54--Unlawful entry Article 134-55--Weapon: concealed. decoration. concealing. or disposal of property to prevent Article 134-46--Self-injury without intent to avoid service Article 134-47--Sentinel or lookout: offenses against or by Article 134-48--Soliciting another to commit an offense Article 134-49--Stolen property: knowingly receiving. or stealing Article 134-33--Mails: depositing or causing to be deposited obscene matters in Article 134-34--Misprision of serious offense Article 134-35--Obstructing justice Article 134-36--Wrongful interference with an adverse administrative proceeding Article 134-37--Pandering and prostitution Article 134-38--Parole. discharging--willfully.ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Punitive Articles 134-41 to 134-56 Article 134-41--Quarantine: medical. breaking Article 134-42--Reckless Endangerment Article 134-43--Requesting commission of an offense Article 134-44--Restriction.

UCMJ UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE COMMANDING COMPANY OFFICER GRADE PVT TO SPC SGT TO SGM FIELD GRADE PVT TO SPC SGT TO SGM ADMONITION REPREMAND YES 14 DAYS (1) 14 DAYS (1) 7 DAYS (2&3) YES 14 DAYS (1) 14 DAYS (1) NO YES YES RESTRICTION 60 DAYS 45 DAYS 30 DAYS 1/2 MONTH PAY FOR 2 MONTHS 60 DAYS 45 DAYS EXTRA DUTIES CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY FOREFITURE OF PAY NO 1/2 MONTH PAY FOR 2 MONTHS 7 DAYS 7 DAYS REDUCTION IN RANK REDUCE ONE GRADE NO ONE ONE GRADE OR IF IN MORE PROMOTION LOWER AUTHORITY GRADES (1) RESTRICTION AND EXTRA DUTY MAY BE COMBINED. BUT IN SUCH A CASE. (3) ENLISTED SOLDIERS WITH A PAY GRADE OF PVT TO SPC MAY BE CONFINED FOR 3 DAYS ON BREAD AND WATER WHEN EMBARKED OR ATTACHED TO A VESSEL. (4) THE PROMOTION AUTHORITY FOR PAY GRADE SFC TO SGM RESTS WITH HQ DA. . BUT IF THEIR RANK IS REDUCED TO A PAY GRADE OF PFC THEY MAY BE PLACED IN CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY AS A PART OF THE SAME PUNISHMENT. THE TOTAL MAY NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED FOR EXTRA DUTY. (2) ENLISTED SOLDIERS WITH A PAY GRADE OF SPC MAY NOT BE PLACED IN CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY. AR 600-200 (PARA 7-36) PROHIBITS REDUCTION IN RANK FOR MISCONDUCT OF SOLDIERS IN THESE PAY GRADES.

9 FM 7-0 FM 7-1 AR 27-10 AR 350-30 COMMAND POLICY EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES ENLISTED PERS. ENLISTED CAREER MANAGEMENT NCO EVAL.7 FM 3-11 FM 4-25. EDUCATION & TRAINING CORRESPONDANCE PROGRAM WEIGHT CONTROL AR 351-1 AR 351-20 AR 600-9 . PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AR 600-20 AR 600-20 AR 600-25 AR 600-200 AR 600-37 AR 600-50 AR 614-200 AR 621-5 AR 623-3 AR 640-10 AR 640-30 AR 670-1 AR 600-8-22 AR 680-29 DA CIR 611-82-3 DA CIR 623-88-1 DA PAM 623-205 DA PAM 600-8 NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AR 350-17 IND. FOR TNG & ASSIGNMENT CONTINUING EDUCATION ENLISTED EVAL REP SYSTEM INDIVIDUAL PERSONNEL SYSTEM PHOTO¶S FOR PERSONNEL WEAR OF THE UNIFORM MILITARY AWARDS MILITARY PERSONNEL ORG.11 FM 21-20 FM 3-25.SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR NCO¶S SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR NCO¶S NCO CREED NBC HANDBOOK FIRST AID PHYSICAL TRAINING MAP READING/LAND NAVIGATION ARMY LEADERSHIP DRILL AND CEREMONIES GUARD DUTY INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS TRAINING THE FORCE BATTLE FOCUS TRAINING UCMJ CODE OF CONDUCT TC 7-22.26 FM 6-22 FM 3-21.5 FM 21-6 FM 3-22. REPORTING SYSTEM NCOER SYSTEM ³IN BRIEF´ MIL. MANAGEMENT UNFAVORABLE ACTION INFO STANDARDS OF CONDUCT SEL. MIL.

physical and mental status evaluation by psychiatrist or clinical psychologist. Chain of Custody/CID report. physical and mental evaluations. Mandatory IRR Transfer.Forms DA 31 = Request for Leave DA 5960 = BAH DD 1351-2 = Travel Voucher DD 2762 = Direct Deposit Form DA 4187 = Personal Action DA 2558 = Allotment Form DA 4856 =± Counseling Form DA 2166-8 = NCOER DA 2166-8-1 = NCOER Checklist DA 5434 = Sponsorship Form DA 2404 = Maintenance Form SGLV Form 8286 = SGLI Election Certificate VA Form 26-1880 = Request for VA Loan Eligibility DA 3355 = Promotion Point Worksheet DA 8003 = ASAP Referral Form DA 1594 = Staff Duty Log DA 2062 = Hand Receipt DA 2653 = RCOMSEC Inventory Form DA 3349 = Profile DA 5500-R = Body Fat Content Worksheet (Male) DA 5501-R = Body Fat Content Worksheet (F) DA 5513 = Key Control Register and Inventory DA 638 = Recommendation for Award DA 705 = APFT Scorecard DA 7566 = Risk Management Worksheet GUIDELINES FOR INVOLUNTARY SEPARATION IAW AR 635-200 Chapter 5-8. Honorable. Honorable. General. Honorable or General Discharge if SM had FG Article 15s or Specific reason to warrant so. Alcohol/Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Failure: Memo from ASAP as been a rehab. Chapter 9. physical exam. Failure. PT scorecard. No IRR transfer. mental status evaluation by psychiatrist or clinical psychologist. all performance counseling forms. Family Care Plan indicating SM¶s inability to provide a Short/Long Term care provider. Separation Authority: Bde Cdr. General discharge if convicted by GCM or two SPCM during current enlistment. No IRR Transfer. Honorable. Involuntary Separation due to Parenthood: Paragraph 1-18 counseling. General. Chapter 13. Chapter 5-18. physical and mental evaluations. Separation Authority: Bde Cdr. if specific factors warrant so. Other Physical or mental Conditions: Paragraph 1-18 counseling. No IRR. if convicted by GCM or two SPCM during current enlistment. Approving Authority: Bn Cdr if less than 6 years. Approving Authority: Bn Cdr if less than 6 years. Approving Authority: Bn Cdr is less than 6 years. Honorable or General Discharge. Bde Cdr if more than 6 years. . Mandatory IRR Transfer Chapter 5-13: Personality Disorder: Paragraph Disorder: Paragraph 1-18 Counseling. Unsatisfactory Performance: Paragraph 1-18 counseling.

Chapter 14-12c: Commission of Serious Offense: First time drug offenders. No IRR Transfer. Chapter 14-12a ot 14-12b. medical exam and Nutritional Counseling. CG if OTH is to be issued with board approval. and Soldiers with over 3 years of service on current enlistment. Chapter 15. IRR Transfer: SM with less than 3 months remaining statutory obligation. Don¶t tell policy!!! MPI/CID report. Note: MILPO will also need transportation and educational counselings in order to cut orders. regardless of chain of command recommendation to retain or separate SM. Separation Authority: If Honorable/General Discharge. Separation Authority: Bde Cdr. No IRR transfer. CG of OTH is recommended by board findings. request to medical personnel for physical evaluation and response. monthly weigh-in sheets. physical and mental evaluations. in the rank of SGT and above. memorandum of enrollment in Weight Control Program. Homosexuality: Don¶t ask. Misconduct: Supporting document. Bde Cdr. No IRR Transfer. paragraph 1-18 counseling is mandatory. physical and mental evaluations. Enlisted Record Brief is needed for all chapter packet requests. . will not be transferred to the Individual Ready Reserve. If more than 6 years Bde Cdr.GUIDELINES FOR INVOLUNTARY SEPARATION IAW AR 635-200 Chapter 14. Statutory Obligation is up to 8 years after AIT completion. Honorable Discharge. Chapter 18: Failure to Meet Body Composition/Weight Control Standards: Paragraph 1-18 counseling. Article 15s or MP/CID reports. Approving Authority: If less than 6 years. . Bn Cdr. separation must be initiated . if Honorable/General Discharge.

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ARMY RIBBONS AND UNIT AWARDS ARMY RIBBONS AND UNIT AWARDS Army Medal of Honor: Distinguished Service Cross: Defense Distinguished Service Medal: Army Distinguished Service Medal: Silver Star: Defense Superior Service Medal: Legion of Merit: Distinguished Flying Cross: Soldier's Medal: Bronze Star Medal: Purple Heart: Defense Meritorious Service Medal: Meritiorious Service Medal: Air Medal: Joint Service Commendation Medal: Army Commendation Medal: Joint Service Achievement Medal: Army Achievement Medal: Prisoner of War Medal: Army Good Conduct Medal: Reserve Components Achievement Medal: American Defense Medal: Women's Army CORPS Service Medal: American Campaign Medal: Asiatic/Pacific Campaign Medal: European/African/Middle Eastern Campaign Medal: WWII Victory Medal: Army of Occupation Medal: Medal for Humane Action: National Defense Service Medal: Korea Service Medal: Antarctica Service Medal: Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal: Vietnam Service Medal: Southwest Asia Service Medal: Armed Forces Service Medal: Humanitarian Service Medal: Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal: Armed Forces Reserve Medal: NCO Professional Development Ribbon: Army Service Ribbon: Overseas Service Ribbon: Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon: Foreign Decoration: Philippine Defense Medal: Philippine Liberation Ribbon: Philippine Independence Ribbon: United Nations Service Medal: Inter-American Defense Board Medal: United Nations Medal: NATO Medal: Multinational Force & Observers Medal: Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal: Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia): Kuwait Liberation Medal (Emirate of Kuwait): Unit Awards: Army Presidential Unit Citation: Joint Meritorious Unit Award: Army Valorous Unit Award: Army Meritorious Unit Commendation: Army Superior Unit Award: Philippine Presidential Unit Citation: Korean Presidential Unit Citation: Vietnam Presidential Unit Citation: Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation: Vietnam Civil Actions Unit Citation: .

c. ASAP: Cannot be enrolled in the program. e. g. d. MOS: Soldier must be fully qualified in recommended MOS c. Reenlistment: Must be eligible to reenlist or extend IAW appropriate regulation. MOS: Must be fully qualified in MOS to include school requirements.PROMOTION CRITERIA E-2 to E-4 PROMOTION CRITERIA E-5 to E-6 a. (1) Self. Weight control: Cannot be enrolled in the program.referral Computing Time in Grade and Time in Service: Compute Time in Grade (TIMIG) and Time in Service (TIS) in accordance with applicable regulations. APFT must not be older than 12 months from the date they met cutoff. b. APFT: Must possess a current passing APFT score in accordance with applicable regulations and field manuals. (2) SSG: 82 months TIS and 8 months TIMIG. Promotion to SPC may be waived with 18 TIS and 2 TIMIG * Soldiers must not be flagged or barred from reenlistment. f. Reenlistment eligibility: Must not be flagged per AR 600-8-2 or barred from reenlistment. The promotion to PFC requirements is 12 months TIS and 4 months TIMIG. e. APFT: Must possess a current passing score IAW applicable regulations and field manuals. Military education: For SSG: resident Warrior Leadership Courrse(WLC) or higher. Promotion to PFC may be waived with 6 months TIS and 2 TIMIG. Promotion to PV2 may be waived at 4 months TIS. Military education: Must complete resident WLC prior to board appearance to SSG. Promotion to SPC: c. d. Promotion to PV2: The promotion to PV2 requirement is 6 months TIS. Promotion to PFC b. The promotion to SPC requirements are 24 months TIS and 4 months TIMIG. and security clearances.* Eligibility criteria for promotion: a. . Time requirement for promotion as of the first day of the promotion month: (1) SGT: 36 months TIS and 8 months TIMIG (2) SSG: 84 months TIS and 10 months TIMIG b. Time requirement for board appearance as of the first day of the board month: (1) SGT: 34 months TIS and 6 months TIMIG. (1) Waiver: WLC may be waived for deployed soldiers by G-1 for 270 days after redeployment. Basic active service date (BASD) is used to determine TIS for Active Army Soldiers.

Enemy Prisoner of War ETS ² Expiration of Term of Service EUCOM ² United States European Command (Stuttgart-Vaihingen. Battery Relay CENTCOM ² United States Central Command (AFB MacDill. METL ² Mission Essential Task List . General Court-Martial HBCT ² Heavy Brigade Combat Team HEMTT ² Heavy Extended-Mobility Tactical Truck HMMWV ² High-Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle HQ ² Headquarters IAW ² In Accordance With IBCT ² Infantry Brigade Combat Team IDP ² Imminent Danger Pay IED ² Improvised Explosive Device IG ² Inspector General IRR ² Individual Ready Reserve KIA ² Killed in Action LBV ² Load-Bearing Vest LMTV ² Light Medium Tactical Vehicle.e. Community Activity Center CASEVAC ² CASualty EVACuation CAV ² Cavalry (Armored Cavalry Regiment) CBRN ² Chemical-Biological-Radiological-Nuclear CBR . mess hall or cafeteria) DFAS ² Defense Finance and Accounting System DLA . Bomb Dummy Units BCT ² Basic Combat Training. FL) CIB ² Combat Infantryman Badge CIF ² Central Issue Facility CMB ² Combat Medical Badge CO ² Commanding Officer COA ²Certificate Of Achievement COB ² Close Of Business. CONUS ² CONtinental United States CQ ² Charge of Quarters. Brigade Combat Team BNCOC ² Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course. (Pronounced ay-knock) AO ² Area of Operations AOD ² Administrative Officer of the Day AOR ² Area of APC ²Account Processing Code APFT ² Army Physical Fitness Test ARCOM ² Army Commendation Medal ASAP ² As Soon As Possible. Used to transport troops or supplies.Defense Logistics Agency DoD (DD) ² Department of Defense (Defense Department. CQB .ARMY ACRONYMS AAF ² Army Airfield AAFES ² Army and Air Force Exchange Service AAM ² Army Achievement Medal AAR ² After-Action Review (formerly After-Action ReportABN ² Airborne AC ²Active Component ACU ² Army Combat Uniform AIT ²Advanced Individual Training (specialty training post-BCT ALICE ² All-purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ANCOC ² Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course. MLRS ² Multiple-Launch Rocket System MEPS ² Military Entrance Processing Station. GA) FOUO ² For Official Use Only FTX ² Field Training Exercise GCM ² Good Conduct Medal.Charger.. (Pronounced bee-knock) BN . see "DD") DX ² Direct Exchange (of damaged equipment) EFMB ² Expert Field Medical Badge EIB ² Expert Infantryman's Badge EOD ² Explosive Ordnance Disposal EMT ² Emergency Medical Technician. Army Substance Abuse Program ASI ² Additional Skill Identifier AWOL ² Absent Without Official Leave BAH ² Basic Allowance for Housing (formerly BAQ) BAQ ² Basic Allowance for Quarters BCD ² Bad Conduct Discharge BDU ² Battle-Dress Uniform. Forward Operations Base FORSCOM ² United States Army Forces Command (Ft. Emergency Medical Treatment EPW . McPherson. Germany) FLOT ² Forward Line of Own Troops FOB ² Forward Operating Base.Battalion BRM ² Basic Rifle Marksmanship CAB ²Combat Action Badge CAC ² Common Access Card.Close Quarters Battle CTA ² Common Table of Allowances CTC ² Combat Training Center DA ² Department of the Army. Contingency Operating Base. DCU ²Desert Camouflage Uniform (not official) ARMY ACORONYMS DD ² Defense Department (see "Department of Defense") DFAC ² Dining Facilities Administration Center (i. LZ ² Landing Zone MEDCOM ² Army MEDical COMmand MEDEVAC ² MEDical EVACuation MIA ² Missing in Action.

Reassignment to a different duty station. MOS ² Military Occupational Specialty MOPP ² Mission-Oriented Protective Postures. among others. it refers to the PT Uniform. includes Alaska and Hawaii OCS ² Officer Candidate School OER ² Officer Evaluation Report OLC ² Oak-Leaf Cluster (signifying subsequent awards) OPFOR ² OPosing FORce/s OPORD ² Operations Order OPSEC ² Operational Security OPTEMPO ² Operational Tempo. QRF ² Quick Reaction Force RFI ² Rapid Fielding Initiative RPG ² Rocket-Propelled Grenade ROE ² Rules of Engagement ROTC ² Reserve Officer Training Corps. SOP ² Standing Operating Procedure. PMCS ² Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services PMI . PERSCOM ² PERSonnel COMmand PERSTEMPO ² Personnel Tempo. Used in the plural (PTs). This is the military organization that oversees the activities of such elite units as the US Navy SEALs and US Army Delta Force. Ready to Eat NCO ² Non-Commissioned Officer NBC ² Nuclear-Biological-Chemical O/A ² On or About OCONUS ² Outside CONtinental United States. A soldier's personal automobile. V/R ² Very Respectfully.Military Operation in Urban Terrain. SF ² Special Forces SITREP ² SITuational REPort SME ² Subject Matter Expert SOCOM ² Special Operations COMmand. Also.Radio Telephone Operator SDO ² Staff Duty Officer. OSUT ² One-Station Unit Training. PCI ² Pre-combat inspection. POW ² Privately-Owned Weapon. an inspection of equipment before a mission PCS ² Permanent Change of Station. Combination of BCT and AIT. Meals. MP ² Military Police MRE ² officially. MOUT . The standard closure line on official mail/e-mail. PW ² Prisoner of War PT ² Physical Training. PX ² Post eXchange.Preventive Maintenance Inspection POC ² Point Of Contact POV ² Privately-Owned Vehicle. WILCO ² Will Comply WLC ± Warriors Leader Course WO ² Warning Order .ARMY ACRONYMS MOB ² short for MOBilization. Standard Operating Procedure STX ² Situational Training Exercise ARMY ACORONYMS TACSOP ² TACtical Standard Operation Procedure TDY ² Temporary Duty/Temporary Divorce for a Year TOC ² Tactical Operations Center TRADOC ² US Army TRAining and DOCtrine Command USAREUR ² US Army Europe (HQ: Heidelberg) UXO ² UneXploded Ordnance XO ² Executive Officer. Officer second-in-command to the CO. where the soldier remains in the same unit for both training portions. DEMOB ² short for DEMOBilization. often pronounced ("ROT-see") RTO .

hoffman. USAEREC ATTN: PCRE-RF 8899 E. 56th St. IN 46249-5301 Any questions concering your OMPF contact: offrcds@conus. To view your OMPF. Indianapolis. Indianapolis. 56th St.mil NOTE: All DA Phots will be sent to AKO for approval prior to being added to the ERB. visit the website: https://ompf.QUICK REFERENCE ADDRESSES To request a copy of your OMPF. .mil/ To update your OMPF have your PSC forward documents to: Commander.army.army. call the interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) at COM (703) 325-3732 or DSN 221-3732 or fax request to DSN 699-3685 or COM (217) 510-3685 or mail request to: Commander. IN 46249-5301 Note: You must sign the request and include your complete SSN. USAEREC ATTN: PCRE-BA 8899 E.