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ISS1 2015

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CG-PSC-RPM-3, the Servicing Personnel Offce for the IRR, ASL and ISL: Why what we do is important to you By LT Diana Guyton, Branch Chief, Reserve Personnel Services The Coast Guard Reserve Personnel Management Branch (CG PSC-RPM-3), located in Arlington, Va., is a staff of dedicated Yeomen who serves as the Servicing Personnel Office (SPO) for over 2,000 reservists assigned to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR), Active Status List (ASL) and Inactive Status List (ISL). We perform a variety of administrative and Direct Access personnel actions for our reservists and maintain their SPO Personnel Data Records (PDRs). Reserve participation requirements are defined in the Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1000.28B, Chapter 4. To help reservists understand and acknowledge their participation requirements while assigned to the Coast Guard Ready Reserve and Standby Reserve, ALCGRSV 022/14 announced the implementation of the four new CG Form 3307s, Administrative Remarks: AT-10A – Transfer to the IRR; AT-10B – Transfer to the ISL; AT-10C – Transfer to the ASL; and AT-10D – Transfer to the SELRES. These new CG-3307s can be found on CG PPC's website at http://www.uscg.mil/ppc/3pm.asp, under Manuals and Messages, Enclosure 6, Administrative Remarks (CG-3307) Entries. How do units ensure their reservists know what their participation standards are? For active duty members transferring to the IRR, ASL, or ISL, the member's last permanent unit prepares the CG Form 3307, AT-10, and counsels the member before he or she departs on terminal leave. The member's original CG Form 3307, AT-10, must be filed in the SPO PDR before it is mailed to CG PSC-RPM-3. For Selected Reserve (SELRES) members desiring to transfer to the IRR, ASL or ISL, their permanent unit must prepare the appropriate CG Form 3307 to accompany the CG Form 1001, Change in Reserve Component Category (RCC). Without the correct CG Form 3307, CG PSC-RPM-1 is unable to process and will return the unprocessed CG Form 1001 through the chain of command. The member's original CG Form 3307, AT-10, must also be filed in the SPO PDR before it is mailed to CG PSC-RPM-3. Do I have participation requirements in the IRR? Yes. Because you are still subject to immediate involuntary recall to active duty, you still have participation requirements, which include, but are not limited, to: • CG Form 3307, AT-10A, Transfer to the IRR, to formally acknowledge your participation requirements. • Promptly responding to any official correspondence. • Maintain a current Annual Screening Questionnaire (ASQ). The federally mandated ASQ shall be completed annually in Direct Access on your anniversary date to ensure your availability and fitness for duty as required by the Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series). • Maintain a current DD Form 2760, Qualification To Possess Firearms or Ammunition. This form must be completed annually as required by Coast Guard Policy on the Possession of Firearms and/or Ammunition by Coast Guard Military Personnel, COMDTINST 10100.1 (series). • Promptly advise Commander (CG PSC-RPM) (or your unit, if approved to drilling for points at another unit), of changes of residence, phone number(s), email address (es), mailing address or other contact information, marital status, number of dependents, civilian education or employment, and any physical condition or other factor that would affect your immediate availability for active duty military service. • Maintain physical fitness and weight standards, in accordance with the Coast Guard Weight and Body Fat Standards Program Manual, COMDTINST M1020.8 (series). • Maintain the required seabag items for four years in accordance with Uniform Regulations, COMDTINST M1020.6 (series). • Meet the minimum training requirements for your military service obligation or contractual agreement. • Officers and retirement eligible enlisted in the IRR must attain 50 points per anniversary year to remain in an active status, in accordance with the Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series). Do I have participation requirements in the ASL and ISL? Yes. Because you are still subject to immediate involuntary recall to active duty, you still have participation requirements, which include, but are not limited, to: • CG-3307, AT-10C, Transfer to the ASL, or AT-10B, Transfer to the ISL, to formally acknowledge your participation requirements. • Promptly responding to any official correspondence. The More You Know... 48 RESERVIST � Issue 1 • 2015

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