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  1. Navy Medicine Reserve Component Reserve Policy and Integration (M10) Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

  2. 3 Types of Reservists • 1.Ready Reserve • Selected Reserve (SELRES) • Drilling Reservists – in pay status • Full Time Support – active duty status (formerly TAR) • Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) • Drilling Reservists – non pay (VTU) • May be mobilized • Can get paid ADT • Active Status Pool (ASP) • Do not drill, but can earn drill credit • via correspondence courses • Promotable

  3. 3 Types of Reservists • 2.Standby Reserve • Non-participating status • If insufficient RR, could be mobilized (approval of service Secretary and SECDEF) • Active Status List (S1) • Temporary hardship or members of Congress • “Key” personnel (civ) critical to national security • May train without pay for retirement points only • Eligible for promotion • Inactive Status List (S2) • Skills possibly needed in the future • May not train for points or pay • Not eligible for promotion

  4. 3 Types of Reservists • 3.Retired Reserve • After 20 “good” years (all drills and AT) • Common for officers to stay 30 years or longer • Draw pay and benefits at age 60 • Retirement pay based on number of points/days served on duty times conversion factor

  5. Navy Medical Reserve Organization BUMED OSO NAVMED Regions OSO OHSU Dallas/GL MTFs OSO DETs Other OHSUs NOSCs RCC/ REGION CNRFC CNRF RCC = Reserve Component Commands NOSC= Navy Operational Support Center

  6. BSO 18 RC Commands • 10 OHSUs • Bethesda, Bremerton, Dallas, Great Lakes, Jacksonville, Camp Lejeune, Pendleton, Pensacola, Portsmouth, San Diego • 2 RC FDPMUs (East and West) • NR NMSC / Rapid Response Unit (RRU)

  7. How to Obtain Support

  8. Annual Training (AT)* • Typically 12-17 days per year (up to 29, when funding available) • MTF support, OJT, coursework, exercise/mission support * Title 10 Entitlement

  9. 0SO Operational Support Officer (OSO) All regions Matches requirements with available reservists via MEDRUP system

  10. Reserve Annual Training (AT) External Command Approve Request Member Match AT Orders MTF/ OHSU OPNAV/ BUMED Yes BUMED: Requirement Valid? MEDRUPMIS Input Member Reports NAVMED OSO No Deny Request

  11. Benefits of MEDRUP • Prevents surprise or unnecessary ATs • Prevents boondoggles • Fosters AC/RC planning • Allows monitoring of resource utilization

  12. Receiving Command Responsibilities • Utilize Operational Support Office (OSO) • Valid requirements • Sufficient lead-time • Proper chain • Plan ahead (privileging, etc.) • Provide reporting instructions to reservist (e.g., directions, berthing, and messing information; reserve section on web page?) • Training / orientation • Gainful employment • Treat as regular support staff and enable for maximum integration

  13. Inactive Duty Training Travel (IDTT) • Based on budget and availability – CNRFC • Pays travel and per diem (in conjunction with drill periods) • One day availability

  14. Active Duty for Training • Primary Purpose of ADT: • Train in your Career Field • Maintain Readiness/Mobilization Skills • Secondary Purpose of ADT: • Support the Fleet • Earn Money/Retirement Points • Funded by BUMED M10

  15. Receiving Command Responsibilities Utilize Operational Support Office (OSO) Valid requirements Sufficient lead-time Proper chain Plan ahead (privileging, etc.) Provide reporting instructions to reservist (e.g., directions, berthing, and messing information; reserve section on web page?) Training / orientation Gainful employment Treat as regular support staff and enable for maximum integration

  16. Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) • Based on budget and availability – BUPERS (CNRFC) • Up to three years, normally six months at a time • Submitted and Adjudicated using: • ADSW Requirement Information Sheet • By Name Request for Orders (NAVPERSCOM PERS-4G2) • Statement of Understanding (NAVPERS 1070/613) Requests: MTF  Regional OSO  BUMED  BUPERS Sample ADSW Requirement Information Sheet

  17. Mobilization • Mobilization • Presidential Reserve Call-up (PRC) – Persian Gulf 90-91, Haiti 94-96, Bosnia 95-04, Iraq 98-03, Kosovo 99-present • President, then notifies congress (24 hours) • Involuntary: up to 200,000 Ready Reserve • Up to 365 days • Partial Mobilization – Persian Gulf 91 • Service secretaries / Involuntary • Involuntary: up to 1,000,000 Ready Reserve • Up to 24 consecutive months • Full Mobilization • No limit to number of personnel (can include retired reserve) • Duration of war/emergency + 6 months

  18. RC IA Request Joint Staff/JFCOM USFFC/OPNAV BUMED CNRFC/BUPERS IF RC ORDERS SECDEF REGIONAL OSO NOSC COCOM COMMAND INDIVIDUAL Requesting Unit NMPS/Training Requested Requirement Validated Requirement

  19. “265” Recall • “265” Recall (US Code Title 10, sec E10211) • Limited types of positions – OSO, staff HQ • Fill some FTS (formerly TAR) billets • Normally 2- or 3-year recall

  20. RC Medical Department Officers Billets & SELRES Inventory FY04-08 • Includes VTU

  21. Benefits of RC (to AC Commands) • Force multiplier • Little or no cost to receiving command • RC program planning cost lower than AC • Sustainment capability • Flexibility

  22. BUMED Reserve POCs Reserve Policy and Integration (M1-0) CAPT Jeff McCune jeffrey.mccune@med.navy.mil (202) 762-3835 Deputy Director CDR Rick Smith rick.smith2@med.navy.mil (202) 762-3836 Sr. Division Officer LT Thomas Shu thomas.shu@med.navy.mil (202) 762-3840 Sr. Division Officer HMCM Shelley Huntington shelley.huntington@med.navy.mil (202) 762-3841 Director, Reserve Enlisted Medical Affairs HM2 Lillian Alexander lillian.johnson@med.navy.mil (202) 762-3839 Manpower Analyst Current Operations / Total Force Support (M3/5ERCS3) LT Brian Allen brian.allen@med.navy.mil (202) 762-3425 RC Action Officer