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Army Body Composition Program army regulation

AR 600-9

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Army Body Composition Program primary and secondary objectives

primary- ensure soldiers achieve and maintain optimal well-being and performance under all conditions

secondary- assist in establishing and maintaining operational readiness, physical fitness, health, pro-military appearance, body fat standards, provide procedures to assist soldiers in the program

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Army Body composition program standards

screened every 6 months, tape method all that is authorized, if pass weight table no need for tape, commanders can direct body fat assessment if a soldier does not present soldierly appearance, Become flagged

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Army Body composition program exemptions

major limb loss

soldiers on established continued on AD and/or continued on active reserve status

pregnant also exempt 180 from the birth of the child

prolonged hospitalization

new recruits have 180 days

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Army body composition program progress

3-8lbs or 1 percent body fat per month

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Army body composition program failure

less than satisfactory progress on two consecutive months

after 6 months still exceeds the standard

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Army body composition program Tape Form

DA form 5500

DA form 5501

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Army Career and Alumni Program job (ACAP)

assists soldiers and their families who are transitioning from military service into civilian life

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Army career and alumni program services

transition and job assistance services

pre-separation counseling and employment assistance with mandated workshops and products

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Army career and alumni program involved with what act

VOW act

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ACAP VOW act

aims to create opportunities for job training and employment for veterans

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ACAP eligibility

active duty soldiers and their families

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ACAP when may active duty soldiers and eligible family members initiate ACAP

up to 1 year prior to separation and for 180 day following their release from active duty

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ACAP topics in intial counseling

must be counseled no late than 90 days from separation

career change, employment assistance, relocation assistance, education/training, health/life insurance, finance, VA benefits, post government service employment restriction counseling, individual transition plan and DA form 214

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Army Community Service (ACS) army regulation

AR 608-1

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Army community service mission

facilitate commanders ability to provide comprehensive, coordinated, and responsive service that support readiness of Soldiers, civilian employees and families

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Army community service (ACS) form

DA form 5897 soldiers express need for assistance

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Army comunity service (ACS) programs

relocation readiness program

family members employment assistance program

exceptional family member program

army family team building

financail readiness

FRG

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Army continuing education system (ACES) army regulation

AR 621-5

AR 621-6 covers army learning centers

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ACEs mission

promote learning opportunities with development programs and services

uses SELF DEVELOPMENT

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ACE how many semester hours per year

16 semester hours, $4000 paid

cap per semester hour $250

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ACE eligibility

must have one year of service following graduation from AIT

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ACE services

BSEP

ASEP

High school completion

Veteran's educational assistance program/ Montgomery G.I. Bill

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Army Emergency Relief (AER) army regulation

AR 930-4

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AER provides what

interest free loan or grant to families in unexpected emergency financial situations

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AER repayment

12 months of the loan and before the Soldiers ETS

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AER minimum repayment

one dollar per month for three months

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AER DA form

1103

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AER can assist with

POV repair, emergency leave, medical expenses

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AER cannot assist with

marriage/divorce, abortion, ordinary leave, purchase new car

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Army Family Action Plan job

provides a way for soldiers and family members to let Army leadership know what works and what does not and what they think will fix it

provide family and soldiers a voice in shaping their standards of living by identifying issues and bringing them to senior leadership resolutions

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Army Red Cross army regulation

AR 930-5

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Army red cross job

communication between soldiers and their families for both problem solving and emergency notification

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Army Retention program army regulation

AR 601-280

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Army retention program job

reenlist, enlist or transfer, achieve and maintain army force, and adequately support special programs

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Army retention program how determines it

SECARMY

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Army Safety Program army regulation

AR 385-10

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Army safety program risk reduction methodology

risk management

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Army safety program jobs

driving safety, motorcycle safety, ensuring a safe workplace for soldiers with safety inspections

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Army sponsorship program army regulation

AR 600-8-8

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Army sponsorship program job

accompanies a soldier when he/she departs a unit

sponsor support offered to the soldier at an installation without an assigned sponsor

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PT test minimum standards

60 points in each event total score 180

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PT test DA form

DA form 705

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Army substance abuse program army regulation

AR 600-85

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Army substance abuse program Acorynom

ASAP

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Army substance abuse program what is it

substance abuse deterrence, prevention, id and rehabilitation

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Army substance abuse program commands role

substance abuse prevention

drug/alcohol testing

early ID of problems

rehab

admin of judicial actions

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Army substance abuse program DA form

DA 8003

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Army substance abuse program Six ways to be referred to ASAP

voluntary

command

drug testing

alcohol testing

medical

investigation

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Army substance abuse program four fundamental operating elements

identification and referral

assements and command sonsultation

rehab and follow up

mandatory monthly rehab drug testing

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Army regulation for awards

AR 600-8-22

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Counseling what army techniques publication addresses the counseling process?

ATP 6-22.1

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Counseling what does it do?

allows a leader to review with a subordinate the subordinate's demonstrated performance and potential

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Counseling developmental what does it do

developmental counseling: develop soldiers into what the unit needs

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Counseling three major categories of developmental counseling

event, performance, and professional growth

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Counseling da form

4856

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Counseling event examples

promotion board, deployment, intial

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Counseling performance definition

review of a subordinate's duty performance during a specified time, IE monthly counseling

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Counseling professional growth definition

include planning for the accomplishment of individual and professional goals

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Physical Fitness Training FM

7-22

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which army regulation prescribes policy and procedure for the conduct of the Army Physical Fitness Training Program?

AR 350-1

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PRT system aims to

develop strength, endurance, and mobility

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Three phases of PRT

initial conditioning, toughening and sustaining

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Equal Opportunity what army regulation

AR 600-20

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Equal Opportunity complaint form

DA form 7279

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Equal Opportunity purpose

formulates, directs and sustains a comprehensive effort to maximize human potential and to ensure fair treatment for all persons regardless of sex, race, or sexual orientation

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Equal Opportunity discrimination

unequal treatment of persons or groups based on race, color, gender, national origin, or religion

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SHARP's mission

promote culture/climate that ensures adherence to the Army values and ensures that every army team member will be treated with dignity and respect at all times

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Sharp protects against what

sexual harassment and assault

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sharp 5 options soldiers can deal with sexual harassment

direct, indirect, third party, chain of command or file informal or formal complaint

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sharp informal complaint

is any complaint that an individual does not wish to file in writing

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sharp formal complaint

is a written complaint

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sharp unrestricted report sexual assualt

no confidentiality or restricted reporting this report goes to law enforcement

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sharp restricted report sexual assualt

allows victims to confidentially disclose the assualt to a SARC, VA, or HCP

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CBRNE MOP level

mop 0 everything carried

mop1 overgarment

mop2 overgramnet foot gear

mop3 overgarment mask boots

mop4 gloves added to everything

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CBRNE NBC handbook FM

fm3-7

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What army regulation covers soldier readiness?

AR 600-8-101

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Guard Duty fm

22-6

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Guard Duty two types

interior exterior

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Guard Duty interior guards

protect property and enforce regulations

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Guard Duty exterior guards

utilized to protect a unit from surprises and give unit time to prepare for any threats

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Guard Duty what are exterior guards

lookouts, listening posts, outposts, designated patrols

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Guard Duty difference between exterior and interior guards

exterior guards have no commanders that are detailed for that duty and their actions are prescribed by instructions from their leaders, SOPs, and special intrsuctions

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first general order

i will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post ony when properly relieved.

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second general order

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

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third general order

I will report violations of my special orders, emergencies, and anything not covered in my instructions to the commander of the relief

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Army leadership what ADP

6-22

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Army STEP program

select train educate and promote

BLC

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Army leadership

influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission

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NCOER army regulation

623-3

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NCOER what army pamphlet is the primary reference for procedural guidance on preparing an NCOER

DA PAM 623-3

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what are NCOERs?

assessments of how well the rated soldier met duty requirements, performance will be evaluated by observing actions, behavior, and results

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six mandatory evaluation reports?

1. change of rater

2. annual

3. extended annual

4. change of duty

5. depart temporary duty, special duty, or temporary change of station

6. temporary duty, special duty, or temporary change of statioin

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NCOER DA Form

2166-9-1A