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United States Army Cadet Command Overview MG John R. Evans, JR

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  1. United States Army Cadet CommandOverviewMG John R. Evans, JR Senior Military College Conference Norwich University 10 September 2019 https://twitter.com/CG_ArmyROTC

  2. 1st Year of Command Reflections • Quality Cadre and University support is the difference in making mission. • Increased rigor on the basics and returning to a culture of fitness in the Army is tough but necessary. • CST to CCSTE transition will do much to bring our 2LT cohort closer together – build a stronger Army. • The SMCs continue to do the heavy lifting for our force and punch above their weight in quality and quantity.

  3. 1st BDE SMC Commission Mission

  4. 1st BDE SMC Scholarships • Excludes 272 three year active duty scholarships for MS23 valued at $7.5M which begin in SY20/21. • SMCs can expect to receive ~75% of their commission mission on scholarship from the national scholarship board and three year active duty scholarships.

  5. 2019 Advanced Camp (AC) Training • 2019 Additions • Buddy Team Live Fire • Hand Grenade Familiarization • 6 mile Foot March Graded Event – 1.5 Hours (Recondo) Recondo Event

  6. 2019 AC Graduation Requirements • Pass Army Physical Training Test and Height & Weight • Score 70% on Written Land Navigation Exam • Locate 3 of 4 (day) and 1 of 2 (night) Land Navigation Points • Qualify Marksman with M4 Rifle • Achieve Go Rating on First Aid Tasks • Achieve Go Rating on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Tasks • Achieve Go Rating on Call for Fire (CFF) Tasks • Complete Hand Grenade Familiarization • Complete Buddy Team Live Fire • Complete 6 and 12 mile Ruck March • Attempt 8 Mile Ruck March • Attempt Rappel and Confidence Courses • Be Assessed in Four Leadership Positions (2 Garrison / 2 Field) • Not Miss More Than 48 Hours of Training • Earn a Capable Rating or Higher on the Advance Camp Evaluation Report

  7. 2019 AC Results By Brigade • Current trends indicate programs are effectively training Cadets • 1st Time GO rates: CBRN 95%; Land Navigation Exam 86%; 1st Aid 97%; 6 Mile Ruck March 99%; CFF 84% • BRM Pop-Up 1st-Time GO rates were 65%; 7% requiring ALT-C (up from 50% during CST 18)

  8. 2019 AC SMC Results • 1st-Time GO Rates; CBRN 99.4%, CFF 86.6%, 1st Aid 97.7%, and 12-Mile Ruck March 99.4% • RECONDO Awards (22) – NORWICH 3, TAMU 4, THE CITADEL 1, UNG 4, VMI 4, VA TECH 6

  9. 2020 AC Training Plan • Summary of Changes • Battle March & Shoot (BMS) • Night Infiltration Course (NIC) • CALFEX—one iteration x3 RGTs • Combat Equipment/ Branch Orientation • Virtual Mounted Training (VMT)—x11 RGTs (T) • Army Combat Fitness Test Familiarization

  10. FY20 Order of Merit List (OML) Model • 1. Academic Outcomes(40%) • Accessions GPA (cumulative through junior year) (31.0) • Academic Discipline (4.0) ADM4 = 4 pts; ADM3/5 = 2 pts • Language/Cultural Awareness (5.0) • 2. Leadership Outcomes(45%) • PMS Experience Based Observations • MS III Cadet OER, PMSRating of Potential (14.0) • MS III Cadet OER, PMS Ranking of Performance (7.0) • Advanced Camp Performance • Platoon Potential Rating (15.0) • RECONDO (1.0) • Cadet Training/Extracurricular Activities (5.0) • Maturity & Responsibility (3.0) • Full Time Employment • Part Time Employment • Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) Member • 3. Physical Outcomes(15%) • APFT • Campus (most current fall semester) (3) • Campus (most current spring semester) (3) • Advanced Camp (6) • Athletics • Varsity, Intramural, or Community Team (3.0)

  11. Discussion • The Army Accession Enterprise • Emerging CSA Branching Model • Change in Army Senior Leadership

  12. Back Up Charts

  13. Reconnaissance Commando Badge(RECONDO 2019) RECONDO Badge Standards • APFT Score 270 or above with a minimum of 90 points in each event • Meet Army Body Composition Standards in accordance with AR 600-9 upon arrival at Cadet Summer Training (Day Zero) • Score 90% or higher on the written land navigation test • Successfully find five out of six correct points on the land navigation course • Qualify Sharpshooter or better on pop-up range • Successfully complete First Aid, CBRN and Call for Fire tasks on first attempt • Successfully complete the 6-mile foot march in 90 minutes or less (35 pound rucksack) • Have no disciplinary action that has been substantiated by a board • Receive a GO for all "Must Complete” AC graduation requirements

  14. USACC Organization • HQs USACC, Fort Knox, KY • HQs 1st Brigade, Fort Knox, KY • HQs 2nd Brigade, JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ • HQs 3rd Brigade, Great Lakes Naval Training Center, IL • HQs 4th Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC • HQs 5th Brigade, JB San Antonio, TX • HQs 6th Brigade, Hunter Army Airfield, GA • HQs 7th Brigade, Fort Knox, KY • HQs 8th Brigade, JB Lewis-McChord, WA As of 15 MAY 2018

  15. Component Selection STEP ONE STEP TWO STEP THREE STATUTORY & POLICY SELECTIONS ESTABLISH OML SELECTION BY OML • ACTIVE DUTY SELECTION • Senior Military Colleges (Title X) • Cadet Requests Active Duty • PMS Recommends Active Duty • Green-to-Gold Active Duty Obligor • RESERVE FORCES DUTY SELECTION • Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) • Dedicated GRFD assigned to USAR and ARNG as applicable • Reserve Forces Duty requestors • NURSES • Removed to separate list for selection • Nurses not selected for AD Nurse Corps may compete for ACC/MSC Active Duty • “ED DELAY PENDING” • Education Delay candidates will be identified on the Component release • Active Duty mission is established by DA G-1 • After statutory/policy selections, Cadets are selected for remaining Active Duty allocations in order of OML ranking • “Cutline” is the OMS of the last Cadet selected for Active Duty • Used to determine “at time of board” results for Cadets subsequently meeting a Standby Board • Cutline is not releasable • “ACTIVE DUTY ALTERNATES” • A list of Active Duty alternates will be identified on the Component release • Eligible for Active Duty call-up to replace AD Cadets subsequently selected for Ed Delay • Call-up also possible during the academic year to replace disenrollments, component changes, etc. • Alternates must update CCIMM data along with Active Duty selects by 24 Sep 2019 • All Cadets in the Cohort are ranked from #1 to #n • Cadets who are later added to Cohort (e.g., Standby Board) are “point 5” inserted into the ranking • OML Ranking is not releasable information

  16. FY21 Branching Process Purpose: Align officer talent with Army requirements at the point of branching. Method: Employ a regulated job market that creates talent matches between cadets and branches through the sharing of detailed talent and preference information. Outcome: Branches receive more of the cadets they prefer and cadets are assigned to branches where they are most likely to thrive. RESULTS • Incentivizes talent fit first and OML second • Branches votes feed model • Assignments are market based • Matching system mirrors proposed assignment process for officers No Change *** New *** No Change Phase 2: Assignment Mechanism Phase 3: Institutional Review Phase 1: Education and Preference Shaping • Adjustments to improve talent alignment & address institutional goals • Regulated branching market • Branch Education (talent storyboards, videos, advanced camp displays) • Talent Assessments (cognitive, non-cognitive) • Talent Feedback (talent scores, branch recommendations, cadre talent feedback, branch interviews & voting)

  17. Branching Market Data Requirements Branch Vote Cadet Preferences Branch Ratings Preferences 1 – IN 2 – AR 3 – AV 4 – OD 5 - MI . . . . 17 - CY 1 2 James 5 9 Most Preferred 4 7 8 Sarah 12 Preferred 3 6 10 11 Rich Least Preferred

  18. CST 2019 “By The Numbers”As of 17 AUG 2019 Support Equipment Water Assets • 10 Hippos (20,000 gal) • 87 M149 (34,800 gal) • 6 CAMELs (4,800) • 1,969 5 Gal Water Cans Containers (189) • 99 20 ft • 80 Quadcons • 10 tricons Power Generation (10) • 7 Mil 5k • 2 Mil 10k • 1 Mil 15k Environmental Control Units (129) • 68 DRASH – 2/4 RFF • 7 DRASH – USACC • 60 ECUs – Contract Light Sets (68) • 14 CST Warehouse • 24 Generator Light Sets • 30 Electric Light Stands Cooling Methods (705) • 430 ARM Immersion Coolers • 275 Ice Blankets Weapons (6,711) • 2,494/3,801 M16A2/M4 • 250/96/70 M240/M249/M249 RFF Tents / Shade Assets (471) • 32 GP Medium • 9 Navi-Trac Large • 430 Camo Nets • CBRN • 1,050 Pro-mask (M50) • 2,560 JSLIST • CIF • 8,441 sets of OCIE • 960 OTV/SAPI • Personnel • 8,441 ROTC Cadets • 6,423 Advanced Camp in 11 Regts • 2,283 Basic Camp in 8 Regts • - 2,976 CTLT/CAIT/CdtOPFOR/ • Internship • 1,151 CTLT • 1,003 CAIT • 266 CDT OPFOR • 556 Internship • 180 MS3 Leader Trainer • CCWP • 959 CDTs and 155 Cadre deployed to 26 Countries • 31 CDTs and 3 Cadre DLIELC • 6,218 Total Cadre (incl CU&LP) • 1,786 USACC (Mil/Civ/Ctr) • 564 2LTs • 1,383 USAR • 1,869 FORSCOM • 156 DA-MEDCOM • 251 TF-MED • 51 TRADOC • 18,625 Total Personnel • Structure • - 62 Staff Sections • 9 Training Committees • Other • 27,853 total overtime hours worked • 1,114 total Cadre SRP completed • 129 2LT commissioned • 2,000 Cadet travel changes made • 780 Pieces of Delayed Cadet baggage • 2,186 Cadets in Holding Company • 2,039 Cadet Orders amended • 230 Cadet Medical claims completed • 21,019 pieces of mail delivered • 395/198 CAC Issued/PIN reset • 7,704 Urine Samples Collected • PAO • Twitter: 43,593 followers / 624,018 impressions • Instagram: 4,255 followers / 296,592 impressions • Futurearmyofficers views: 328,200 • Facebook fans: 188,600 / 1,136,136 reached • FLICKR photos: 11,969 • YouTube: 2,829 subscribers / 183,628 reached • Articles: 236 / Videos: 293 • Intern Opportunities: 30 Transportation GSA Vehicles (868) • 36 Sedans • 102 Mini-Vans; 2 SUV • 390 15-Pax / 9 Cargo Vans • 297 4x2/196 4x4 Pick-up Trucks (278) • 44 Box / 3 /Stakebed Trucks • 14 Reefer Trucks • 5 53’ Reefer TRLR • Tactical Vehicles/Buses • 35 M1075 PLS/LHS • 15 M1076 PLS Trailers • 96 LMTV/MTV • 24 LMTV Cadet Tactical Mvmt (14pax=336 Lift) • 6 M978 Fuel Tanker 2500 Gallon • 6 E-CHU • 2 M984 Truck Wrecker • 75 Buses (40 pax=3,300 Lift) • Missions (1,501) • 950 Bus • 290 Box Truck • 261LMTV • 35,500 Bus/Shuttle/Box Miles Driven • 3,300 LMTV Miles Driven • 1,362,768 GSA Miles Driven • 1,263,867 Mission Miles Driven • 295 RFS Processed • 3,062 Driver Licenses Services / Consumables Drinking Water • 51,600 gal total capacity • 418,414 gal consumed (35k/week) • Shower/LAD (Military) • 48 Shower Heads • 374,677 gal water used • 1,740 gal fuel used • 7,040 showers taken • 1,555 loads laundry (sheets/JSLIST) • Shower (Contract) • 90 Shower Heads • 1,768 gal/day Gray Water (incl CKs) Food (FORSCOM/C/CKs) • 576, 300 (Mermite meals) • 252,000 (UGR-As at CKs) • 16,200 Shelf Stable • 576, 300 (MREs) • 1584 Kosher /3432 Halal Meals • 8,640 First Strike Meal • -- 3,900 M.O.R.E meals • Ice • 22,464 10 lb Blocks • 33,440 22 lbBags Fuel (120,742) • 60,701 gal F24 Issued • 60,041 gal DF2 Issued • 91 gal MOGAS Issued • Ammo (5,975,261) • - 2,776,866 5.56mm Blank • - 2,143.426 5.56mm Ball • - 554,400 5.56mm Blank Linked • - 409,200 7.62mm Blank Linked • - 2,226 Smoke • - 6,760 Simulators • - 600 Riot Control Tabs (CS) • - 110 105mm Blanks • - 13,042 Live Hand Grenades • - 68,631 Grenade Fuses Latrines/Trash Containers • 1,385 Latrines • 447 Hand Wash Stations • 120 Refuse Containers • 81 Recycle Containers • Blood Drive • 8,441 Briefed • 3,318 Pints of Blood Donated Facilities Barracks • 14 Cadet Barracks • 4,704 Cadet Beds • 18 Cadre Barracks • 3,952 Cadre Beds • 1,610 Work Orders • Work Facilities • 14 REGT CPs • 8 CST Support Buildings • 3 Warehouses • 2 Motor Pools • Life Support Areas (4) • TAA Baker (950) • TAA Pickett (960) • TAA Densberger (1,000) • TAA Poorman (480) • 4 Field Aid Stations • 4 Mayor Cells • 14 Company Sized COPs (180 ea) • 4 DFAC Tents • 5 CKs • Laundry • 57,208 Bundles Laundered (LADS) • 114,090 Pieces Processed (Contract) • FLIPLS (49~$44,144 loss to GVT) • 39 Closed • 10 Open USACC CST Cost: $37.9M* $10.0M: CST Operations $10.8M: Cadet Travel $5.2M: Advanced Camp $1.5M: Basic Camp $1.9M: CTLT $1.1M: CAIT $0.7M: Internships $0.4M: Nurse Summer Trng Program $6.2M: Cadre Travel $9.9M: CCWP $1.0M: CIV PAY OT and Summer Hires Cost for Other Supporting Units $0.9M: TF Stalwart Equip Trans * Direct costs for FORSCOM/USAR/ MEDCOM/TRADOC TBD • Medical • 5,668 Abbreviated Commissioning Physicals • 144 Flight Physicals • 340 Safe to Train Physicals • 5,729 TMC Sick Calls • 2,814 Field Sick Calls • 9,953 Hydration Protocol Tests • 54 Confirmed Heat Injuries • Chaplain • 93 Chapel Services • 6,230 Attendees • 110 Field Services • 7,077 Attendees • IMD (CST S6) • -- 106 Buildings with Network: • -- 5106 Tickets Resolved • -- 1148 Laptops • -- 1101/350/95/80 LMR/ASIPS/Cell/MiF-- Printers: 113 • Safety • 273 Safety Related Accidents/ Incidents • AGAR • 139 Safety AGARs • 221 Personal: 137 Recordable; 84 non-recordable • 52 Property: 2 Recordable; 50 Non-recordable • Ceremonies & Special Events • - Received $32k MWR Refreshments • - Executed 18 Family Day Programs, 18 Graduations & 4 End of Camp Commissioning Ceremonies

  19. 1st BDE SMC USACC Scholarships • MS22 has 39 additional scholarships recently awarded that are not included in the above totals/amounts at a cost of $817,912. • MS23 had an additional 272 3AD scholarships at a cost of $7,449,126 that will begin paying out in the fall of 2020 (SY2021). • SMCs can normally expect to receive upwards of 75% of their commission mission on scholarship from a combination of national board offers and extra 3AD offers after national board completion.

  20. 1st BDE SMC Scholarships • MS22 has 39 additional scholarships recently awarded that are not included in the above totals/amounts at a cost of $817,912. • MS23 had an additional 272 3AD scholarships at a cost of $7,449,126 that will begin paying out in the fall of 2020 (SY2021). • SMCs can normally expect to receive upwards of 75% of their commission mission on scholarship from a combination of national board offers and extra 3AD offers after national board completion.

  21. Mission Set ManagementAs of 14 Aug 19

  22. Mission Set ManagementAs of 14 Aug 19