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    1. 1 FY 10 ROTC OML Model

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    3. 3 DA / ROTC Selection and Branching Boards

    4. 4 1. Branch the Top 10% of the AD OML with their first basic branch choice (May be detailed in FY09) 2. Branch by OML until, up to 50% of each branchs requirements are filled If the first branch preference is unavailable, the next available branch preference of the Cadet will be awarded (2nd and 3rd Choice Only) Cadet may volunteer for the Branch for ADSO program, but not charged till after branch filled to 50% 3. Branch with an additional three-year ADSO By OML Ensuring that no more than 65% of any one branchs allocation are filled by the first half of the AD OML 4. DA Board awards branches to Cadets not receiving branch via steps 1-3 DA Branching Model produces initial distribution of branch assignments for those branches not filled to 100% with steps 1-3 - Needs of the Army, distribute quality, Cadets Branch choices Ensuring that no more than 65% of any one branchs requirements are filled by the first half of the AD OML DA branching board determines final branch assignment for step 4 cadets and branch detailing for all Step 1. Top 10% of Active Duty OML are guaranteed their first branch choice. Step 2. Then branching will continue by OML until up to 50% of each branch is filled. Example. Cadet was not a Top 10% and wants MP as their first choice. - They will be branched MP if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the MP branch has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested MP through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for MP with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched MP with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their first choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets second choice will be considered. - They will be branched in their second choice if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the second choice has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested their second choice through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for it with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched in their second choice with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their second choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets third choice will be considered as above. - If they can not receive their third choice (no more allocations, and/or they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadet will NOT be branched until Step 4. Only the first 3 choices will be considered in Step 2. Step 3. When the 50% limits are reached for each branch, branching will continue by OML, branching Cadets that have volunteered for the Branch for ADSO program. Step4. All remaining Cadet, not yet branched, will go into the DABM to receive a recommended branch. These Cadets will then be reviewed by the Branching Board to finalize branch selection.Step 1. Top 10% of Active Duty OML are guaranteed their first branch choice. Step 2. Then branching will continue by OML until up to 50% of each branch is filled. Example. Cadet was not a Top 10% and wants MP as their first choice. - They will be branched MP if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the MP branch has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested MP through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for MP with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched MP with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their first choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets second choice will be considered. - They will be branched in their second choice if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the second choice has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested their second choice through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for it with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched in their second choice with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their second choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets third choice will be considered as above. - If they can not receive their third choice (no more allocations, and/or they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadet will NOT be branched until Step 4. Only the first 3 choices will be considered in Step 2. Step 3. When the 50% limits are reached for each branch, branching will continue by OML, branching Cadets that have volunteered for the Branch for ADSO program. Step4. All remaining Cadet, not yet branched, will go into the DABM to receive a recommended branch. These Cadets will then be reviewed by the Branching Board to finalize branch selection.

    5. 5 Choice 1 Dream branch Choice 2 Competitive branch Choice 3 Safe branch Step 1. Top 10% of Active Duty OML are guaranteed their first branch choice. Step 2. Then branching will continue by OML until up to 50% of each branch is filled. Example. Cadet was not a Top 10% and wants MP as their first choice. - They will be branched MP if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the MP branch has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested MP through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for MP with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched MP with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their first choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets second choice will be considered. - They will be branched in their second choice if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the second choice has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested their second choice through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for it with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched in their second choice with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their second choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets third choice will be considered as above. - If they can not receive their third choice (no more allocations, and/or they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadet will NOT be branched until Step 4. Only the first 3 choices will be considered in Step 2. Step 3. When the 50% limits are reached for each branch, branching will continue by OML, branching Cadets that have volunteered for the Branch for ADSO program. Step4. All remaining Cadet, not yet branched, will go into the DABM to receive a recommended branch. These Cadets will then be reviewed by the Branching Board to finalize branch selection.Step 1. Top 10% of Active Duty OML are guaranteed their first branch choice. Step 2. Then branching will continue by OML until up to 50% of each branch is filled. Example. Cadet was not a Top 10% and wants MP as their first choice. - They will be branched MP if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the MP branch has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested MP through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for MP with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched MP with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their first choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets second choice will be considered. - They will be branched in their second choice if allocations are still available. (not filled to 50%) - If the second choice has already been filled to 50%, we will check if the Cadet has requested their second choice through the Branch for ADSO program. If they have ask for it with an ADSO and it is available, they will be branched in their second choice with an additional 3 yr ADSO. - If they can not receive their second choice (no more allocations (50%), and they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadets third choice will be considered as above. - If they can not receive their third choice (no more allocations, and/or they have not volunteered for Branch for ADSO or the ADSO allocations are filled) the Cadet will NOT be branched until Step 4. Only the first 3 choices will be considered in Step 2. Step 3. When the 50% limits are reached for each branch, branching will continue by OML, branching Cadets that have volunteered for the Branch for ADSO program. Step4. All remaining Cadet, not yet branched, will go into the DABM to receive a recommended branch. These Cadets will then be reviewed by the Branching Board to finalize branch selection.

    6. 6 While these numbers are only examples (using this years cohort) they represent how the cohort is branched. In the green bar (middle) you see the entire cohort for the year. Everyone is included in the National OML. Moving to the right of the green bar, the 2825 represents the active duty eligible population. It is determined by removing the following individuals from the National OML: - Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD contracted and those non-GRFD volunteering for RFD) - Educational Delay selectees - Army Nurses (and individuals selected by Medical Service Corps to be in the Allied Medical Specialty fields) This is the active duty eligible population: - Active duty (AD) is not guaranteed - The number of Cadets selected for AD will not exceed the number of allocations determined by the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1 - All Cadets/commissionees exceeding allocations for AD must go into the reserves (USAR or ARNG). For the past several years, the number requesting AD has exceeded the number of allocations for active duty. If more Cadets ask for active duty (AD) than the number of AD allocations, the remaining Cadets (determined by OML) will also go Reserve Forces Duty. (represented by the light blue boxes (283). They will be notified so that they can pursue a VHR/LOA. - Cadets from SMCs that request AD and are recommended for AD by their PMS will receive AD NOTE: The Army Nurses (184) and the Active Duty (2542) make up the total active duty number of 2429. Moving to the left of the green bar, the 1327 represents those that have Guarantee Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) contracts and those non-GRFD that have volunteered for Reserve Forces Duty. The Reserve Component branch and unit requirements are determined by the Chief, Army Reserve and the Director, Army National Guard. Normally those with a VHR/LOA will receive their branch based on that VHR. The Reserve Duty column also includes those that exceeded the AD allocations and were referred to the reserve components. (represented by the light blue boxes (283). The Reserve Component Selection and Branching will have a fundamental change for the FY10 Board based on DA G-1 Guidance: For all Cadets selected for reserve duty their component will be determined by the board, based on their type of GRFD scholarship, ranking on the OML, and component/branch preference. Those that are on a dedicated ARNG GRFD will be selected ARNG Component for all others (USAR or ARNG) will be determined by OML and cadet preference. No USACC mission (AD, USAR, or ARNG) will be exceeded unless all meet mission. Branch determination will be secured within 30 days of Board Results by VHR or LOA in the component awarded by board.While these numbers are only examples (using this years cohort) they represent how the cohort is branched. In the green bar (middle) you see the entire cohort for the year. Everyone is included in the National OML. Moving to the right of the green bar, the 2825 represents the active duty eligible population. It is determined by removing the following individuals from the National OML: - Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD contracted and those non-GRFD volunteering for RFD) - Educational Delay selectees - Army Nurses (and individuals selected by Medical Service Corps to be in the Allied Medical Specialty fields) This is the active duty eligible population: - Active duty (AD) is not guaranteed - The number of Cadets selected for AD will not exceed the number of allocations determined by the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1 - All Cadets/commissionees exceeding allocations for AD must go into the reserves (USAR or ARNG). For the past several years, the number requesting AD has exceeded the number of allocations for active duty. If more Cadets ask for active duty (AD) than the number of AD allocations, the remaining Cadets (determined by OML) will also go Reserve Forces Duty. (represented by the light blue boxes (283). They will be notified so that they can pursue a VHR/LOA. - Cadets from SMCs that request AD and are recommended for AD by their PMS will receive AD NOTE: The Army Nurses (184) and the Active Duty (2542) make up the total active duty number of 2429. Moving to the left of the green bar, the 1327 represents those that have Guarantee Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) contracts and those non-GRFD that have volunteered for Reserve Forces Duty. The Reserve Component branch and unit requirements are determined by the Chief, Army Reserve and the Director, Army National Guard. Normally those with a VHR/LOA will receive their branch based on that VHR. The Reserve Duty column also includes those that exceeded the AD allocations and were referred to the reserve components. (represented by the light blue boxes (283). The Reserve Component Selection and Branching will have a fundamental change for the FY10 Board based on DA G-1 Guidance: For all Cadets selected for reserve duty their component will be determined by the board, based on their type of GRFD scholarship, ranking on the OML, and component/branch preference. Those that are on a dedicated ARNG GRFD will be selected ARNG Component for all others (USAR or ARNG) will be determined by OML and cadet preference. No USACC mission (AD, USAR, or ARNG) will be exceeded unless all meet mission. Branch determination will be secured within 30 days of Board Results by VHR or LOA in the component awarded by board.

    7. 7 FY 10 ROTC National OML Results Total in the FY10 Cohort at the time of Selection and Branching Board was 4,714, this is less four Cadets that were identified for commission review by the Commission Review Board which sat 16-18 SEP 09. Total DMGs exceeded 20% of total by 4 due to stand-by additions to Cohort and adjustments to some ECP LTs OMS scores due to previous omission of MSIII rankings on their OMS. Over the 91 FY10 Cohort Cadets that went to the ED-Delay Board 83 were selected. The remaining 8 were returned to Cohort for component/ branch selection. Just prior to Selection and Branching board DA increased ROTC AD mission by 50 to 2450, an additional 5 AD allocations were authorized for ED-Delay non-selected who fell above AD Selection Line. Total of 604 Cadets were referred to Reserve Forces Duty. Total in the FY10 Cohort at the time of Selection and Branching Board was 4,714, this is less four Cadets that were identified for commission review by the Commission Review Board which sat 16-18 SEP 09. Total DMGs exceeded 20% of total by 4 due to stand-by additions to Cohort and adjustments to some ECP LTs OMS scores due to previous omission of MSIII rankings on their OMS. Over the 91 FY10 Cohort Cadets that went to the ED-Delay Board 83 were selected. The remaining 8 were returned to Cohort for component/ branch selection. Just prior to Selection and Branching board DA increased ROTC AD mission by 50 to 2450, an additional 5 AD allocations were authorized for ED-Delay non-selected who fell above AD Selection Line. Total of 604 Cadets were referred to Reserve Forces Duty.

    8. 8 FY 09 Branch Fill Rates Numbers denote the number of Cadets in FY09 that received that branch in one of the first 3 steps of the branching process. Only the first 3 Steps are displayed. Step 4, which filled SC, AG, FA, AD, QM, OD, TC, and CM to 100% is not displayed. Ex. AR By OML, 59 Cadets (50%) that asked for AR, received AR in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO By OML, 18 Cadets (15%) that asked for AR with ADSO and were in the top half of the OML, received AR (between 50% and 65% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Cadets between when IN filled to 65% and the middle of the AD OML could not be branched IN. If possible they were branched in their 2nd or 3rd choice. If not, they were branched in Step 4. 41 Cadets (35%) that asked for AR with an ADSO and were in the bottom half of the OML, received AR (between 65% and 100% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Ex. CM By OML, 31 Cadets that asked for CM, received CM in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO, one additional Cadet ADSOed and received CM with ADSO. When the bottom of the AD OML was reached, only 52% of the CM branch allocation was filled. The remaining 48% of the allocation was filled by the DABM and branching board. NOTES. SC, AG, FA, AD, QM, OD, TC and CM did not fill to 65% until below the middle of the OML so no Cadets were skipped All branchs filled to 50% but only OD did not have an ADSO for Branch. (Anyone below 2443 AD OML needed an ADSO to get their any branch requested) AV: This was very unusual. Our original allocation was 135, after the top half of the OML filled the branch to 65%, their were not enough cadets in the bottom half of the OML who ADSOed to fill the remaining 35%. 5 Additional Cadets from the Univ. of North Dakota federally funded aviation program additionally received AV (by law). MI, SC, FI: After the branching board, branch detail requirements required MI, SC and FI Cadets that received their branch with ADSO to have their ADSO removed so that they could be branch detailed. Volunteers were considered first, but requirements forced non-volunteers to be selected by the board. AV generated 129 allocations with step 1-3, 5 Cadets were added from Univ. of North Dakota AV program (must receive AV Branch) and one top 10% Cadet was late medically qualified AV and changed from IN Ending receive AV 135 One Top 10% Cadet removed from IN and changed to AV end 259 received IN One DMG cadet did not receive top 10%, AV, AR and IN with no ADSO so Cadet was given his 4th Choice MI MI allocation 334 DA/OSG directed 3 Cadets to receive MS branch and 4 to receive SP as branch Numbers denote the number of Cadets in FY09 that received that branch in one of the first 3 steps of the branching process. Only the first 3 Steps are displayed. Step 4, which filled SC, AG, FA, AD, QM, OD, TC, and CM to 100% is not displayed. Ex. AR By OML, 59 Cadets (50%) that asked for AR, received AR in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO By OML, 18 Cadets (15%) that asked for AR with ADSO and were in the top half of the OML, received AR (between 50% and 65% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Cadets between when IN filled to 65% and the middle of the AD OML could not be branched IN. If possible they were branched in their 2nd or 3rd choice. If not, they were branched in Step 4. 41 Cadets (35%) that asked for AR with an ADSO and were in the bottom half of the OML, received AR (between 65% and 100% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Ex. CM By OML, 31 Cadets that asked for CM, received CM in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO, one additional Cadet ADSOed and received CM with ADSO. When the bottom of the AD OML was reached, only 52% of the CM branch allocation was filled. The remaining 48% of the allocation was filled by the DABM and branching board. NOTES. SC, AG, FA, AD, QM, OD, TC and CM did not fill to 65% until below the middle of the OML so no Cadets were skipped All branchs filled to 50% but only OD did not have an ADSO for Branch. (Anyone below 2443 AD OML needed an ADSO to get their any branch requested) AV: This was very unusual. Our original allocation was 135, after the top half of the OML filled the branch to 65%, their were not enough cadets in the bottom half of the OML who ADSOed to fill the remaining 35%. 5 Additional Cadets from the Univ. of North Dakota federally funded aviation program additionally received AV (by law). MI, SC, FI: After the branching board, branch detail requirements required MI, SC and FI Cadets that received their branch with ADSO to have their ADSO removed so that they could be branch detailed. Volunteers were considered first, but requirements forced non-volunteers to be selected by the board. AV generated 129 allocations with step 1-3, 5 Cadets were added from Univ. of North Dakota AV program (must receive AV Branch) and one top 10% Cadet was late medically qualified AV and changed from IN Ending receive AV 135 One Top 10% Cadet removed from IN and changed to AV end 259 received IN One DMG cadet did not receive top 10%, AV, AR and IN with no ADSO so Cadet was given his 4th Choice MI MI allocation 334 DA/OSG directed 3 Cadets to receive MS branch and 4 to receive SP as branch

    9. 9 FY 10 Branch Fill Rates Numbers denote the number of Cadets in FY10 that received that branch in one of the first 3 steps of the branching process. Only the first 3 Steps are displayed. Step 4, which filled all branches to 100% is not displayed. Ex. AR By OML, 56 Cadets (50%) that asked for AR, received AR in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO By OML, 17 Cadets (15%) that asked for AR with ADSO and were in the top half of the OML, received AR (between 50% and 65% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Cadets between when AR filled to 65% and the middle of the AD OML could not be branched IN. If possible they were branched in their 2nd or 3rd choice. If not, they were branched in Step 4. 39 Cadets (35%) that asked for AR with an ADSO and were in the bottom half of the OML, received AR (between 65% and 100% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Ex. CM By OML, 27 Cadets that asked for CM, received CM in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO, one additional Cadet ADSOed and received CM with ADSO. When the bottom of the AD OML was reached, only 53% of the CM branch allocation was filled. The remaining 48% of the allocation was filled by the DABM and branching board. NOTES. Degreed EN, SC, AG, AD, QM, OD, and CM did not fill to 65% until below the middle of the OML so no Cadets were skipped All branches filled to 50% with the exception of TC which filled to 47% AV: Although last year there was not enough Cadets ADSOing in the bottom half, this year AV filled quickly to 100%. After prebranching was done 12 additional Cadets from the Univ. of North Dakota federally funded aviation program additionally received AV (by law). AV generated 121 allocations with step 1-3, 12 Cadets were added from Univ. of North Dakota AV program (must receive AV Branch) DA/OSG directed 6 Cadets to receive MS branch Numbers denote the number of Cadets in FY10 that received that branch in one of the first 3 steps of the branching process. Only the first 3 Steps are displayed. Step 4, which filled all branches to 100% is not displayed. Ex. AR By OML, 56 Cadets (50%) that asked for AR, received AR in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO By OML, 17 Cadets (15%) that asked for AR with ADSO and were in the top half of the OML, received AR (between 50% and 65% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Cadets between when AR filled to 65% and the middle of the AD OML could not be branched IN. If possible they were branched in their 2nd or 3rd choice. If not, they were branched in Step 4. 39 Cadets (35%) that asked for AR with an ADSO and were in the bottom half of the OML, received AR (between 65% and 100% of the allocation) and were changed an ADSO Ex. CM By OML, 27 Cadets that asked for CM, received CM in the first 50% of the allocation and were NOT charged an ADSO, one additional Cadet ADSOed and received CM with ADSO. When the bottom of the AD OML was reached, only 53% of the CM branch allocation was filled. The remaining 48% of the allocation was filled by the DABM and branching board. NOTES. Degreed EN, SC, AG, AD, QM, OD, and CM did not fill to 65% until below the middle of the OML so no Cadets were skipped All branches filled to 50% with the exception of TC which filled to 47% AV: Although last year there was not enough Cadets ADSOing in the bottom half, this year AV filled quickly to 100%. After prebranching was done 12 additional Cadets from the Univ. of North Dakota federally funded aviation program additionally received AV (by law). AV generated 121 allocations with step 1-3, 12 Cadets were added from Univ. of North Dakota AV program (must receive AV Branch) DA/OSG directed 6 Cadets to receive MS branch