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Senior Army Reserve Commander’s Association October 2009 COL John Donovan Army Reserve G1 PowerPoint Presentation
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Senior Army Reserve Commander’s Association October 2009 COL John Donovan Army Reserve G1

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  1. Shaping the Operational Army Reserve Force Senior Army Reserve Commander’s Association October 2009 COL John Donovan Army Reserve G1

  2. Outline • Shaping the Force • Role of HRC and the IRR • Mentorship • Joint Qualification • Military Education

  3. OIF AR End Strength

  4. Manning Strategy • Manning strategy will now focus on “shaping the force” to meet requirements • Critical grade imbalances: • E1-E3 – 178% (over 20,000) • E6-E7 – 72% (need 15,000) • O4 – 62% (need 5,400) • O1-O3 – 83% (need 3000) • W5-W2 – 62% (need 900) 4

  5. Force Shaping Techniques INCENTIVES • Reduced • Targeted • Qualitative Retention • Selective Early Removal • AGR REFRAD • Unit Vacancy Promotions • USAAC • IRR • AC/RC • Direct Appt ACCESSIONS & TRANSFERS SHAPING BOARDS

  6. IRR Transformation Did you know? The AR gets more officers from the IRR than ROTC and AC/RC transfers combined.

  7. IRR Readiness Musters • Personnel Accountability Musters • 1st year IWs • One-on-one with a Career Counselor • Unit Visit Musters • 2nd year IWs • One-on-one with a Career Counselor during a Battle Assembly • Readiness Musters • 2nd year IWs • SRP type event (high density markets) 13 musters between Mar and Aug 2009 • Unit Visit-2 Musters • 3rd year IWs • One-on-one with a Career Counselor during a Battle Assembly - AR Facility - Veterans Affairs Facility 7

  8. Army Reserve Assignment Authority 1991 Local Focus On Personnel Management • 22 Army Reserve Commands • 12 Training Divisions Reduced Visibility of Local Opportunities TODAY • 4 Regional Commands • Nationwide Operational & Functional Commands

  9. Need for Mentorship • Insufficient assignment diversity • Too long in one unit • Lack of staff/command mix • Lack of MTOE/TDA mix • Required MILED too late • War College • ILE w/AOWC or Branch/Functional Course • Captains Career Course

  10. Definition of Joint Matters “(1) …matters related to the achievement of unified action by multiple military forces in operations conducted across domains such as land, sea, or air, in space, or in the information environment, including matters relating to – (A) national military strategy; (B) strategic planning and contingency planning; (C) command and control of operations under unified command; (D) national security planning with other departments and agencies of the United States; and (E) combined operations with military forces of allied nations. (2) In the context of joint matters, the term “multiple military forces” refers to forces that involve participants from the armed forces and one or more of the following: (A) Other departments and agencies of the United States. (B) The military forces or agencies of other countries. (C) Non-governmental persons or entities. What You Do WithWhom

  11. Joint Experience Board • Packets prepared by Soldier • Submitted to HRC • Boarded by Joint Staff • To Date: • Approved by panel: 367 • Disapproved by panel: 68 • Total packets processed: 1428

  12. Current Colonel DIMA Distribution 400 DIMA O6 Billets

  13. The Road Ahead • DIMHRS • BRAC – last moves by Sep 2011 • Continuum of Service Initiatives