U.S. Marines Corps

02/22/2018 | News release | Distributed by Public on 02/22/2018 16:18

MARCH 2018 STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER (SNCO) PROMOTIONS FOR ACTIVE RESERVE (AR), SELECTED MARINE CORPS RESERVE (SMCR), AND INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE (IRR) AND APRIL 2018[...]

MARCH 2018 STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER (SNCO) PROMOTIONS FOR ACTIVE RESERVE (AR), SELECTED MARINE CORPS RESERVE (SMCR), AND INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE (IRR) AND APRIL 2018 PLANNED SNCO PROMOTIONS FOR AR, SMCR, AND IRR

Date Signed: 2/22/2018
MARADMINS Number: 121/18

R 221304Z FEB 18
MARADMIN 121/18
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC MRA MM//
SUBJ/MARCH 2018 STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER (SNCO) PROMOTIONS FOR ACTIVE RESERVE (AR), SELECTED MARINE CORPS RESERVE (SMCR), AND INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE (IRR) AND APRIL 2018 PLANNED SNCO PROMOTIONS FOR AR, SMCR, AND IRR//
REF/A/MSGID: DOC/MMPR-2/14JUN2012//
REF/B/MSGID: DOC/MI/4JUN2014//
REF/C/MSGID: DOC/MIO/19AUG2008//
NARR/REF A IS MCO P1400.32D W/CH 2, MARINE CORPS ENLISTED PROMOTION MANUAL. REF B IS MCO 5000.14D MARINE CORPS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (MCAP). REF C IS MARINE CORPS TOTAL FORCE SYSTEM PERSONNEL REPORTING INSTRUCTION USERS MANUAL (MCTFSPRIUM).//
POC/CHRISTINA R. UPTON/MAJ/HD MMPR-2/TEL: 278-9718/EMAIL: [email protected]//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. Units will receive a diary feedback report (DFR) with a select grade date of 1 March 2018 for each Marine to be promoted. The select grade rank, seniority number, and board year will be listed on the 'GRAD' screen in the MCTFS.
2. Upon receipt of this MARADMIN and posting of a select grade on the DFR, but not prior to the 1st of March 2018, commanders will effect the promotion of selected Marines per paragraph 5100 of reference (a). Cite this MARADMIN as authority for promotion.
3. Commanders are reminded that reference (b) requires that Marines in the grade of gunnery sergeant and above who have served at least 18 years must have 2 qualifying years (50 points per year) before being eligible to transfer to the reserve retired list at the next higher grade. Before delivering appointment certificates to Marines in this category, commanders must ensure each Marine has sufficient obligated service remaining on their reserve end of current contract to enable them to serve at least 2 years or until service limits in the grade to which promoted. If the Marine refuses to extend or reenlist to have sufficient obligated service, inform CMC (MMPR-2) of the Marines refusal.
4. Commanders are reminded of their inherent responsibilities in the Enlisted Promotion System. Thoroughly review the record of each selected Marine prior to delivery of the certificate of appointment to ensure the Marine has continued to maintain the high standards of professional and personal performance which led to selection. You are instructed to review paragraphs 1200.4, 1204 and 3107 of reference (a). Upon completion of the review of applicable records, if the commanders intent is to delay or revoke the promotion of a selected Marine, reference (a) provides specific guidance and reporting instructions.
5. Reference (b) enclosure (3) states that commanders are responsible for the accuracy of their Marines records, regardless of the format of the information (paper records, MCTFS records, etc.) and the locations of the records (mainframe databases, IPAC, etc.). Per reference (c) when a Marine is promoted above the grade ceiling for the PMOS held, commanders will change the Marines PMOS to the career progression MOS.
6. Commanders who have Marines attached to their command/unit/det in temporary additional duty status must seek concurrence from the Marines parent command prior to effecting the promotion.
7. The numbers listed in paragraph (8) indicate the seniority number promoted the previous month and the total number to be promoted for the current month. However, the numbers may not always add up. This is due to Marines selected noncompetitively (WO selects) who are assigned a seniority number with an alpha letter, Marines who are discharged, and Marines in a promotion restriction status. To avoid erroneous promotions of SNCOs, it is imperative that commanders follow the guidance in paragraph (1) and only promote Marines with a select grade date in the MCTFS.
8. Status of FY 2018 Active Reserve SNCO promotion lists:
Number Senior No. Mar 18 Projected
Grade Selected Prom Feb 18 Prom for Apr 18
SgtMaj/MGySgt 9 0 1 N/A
1stSgt/MSgt 31 0 2 1
GySgt 68 0 6 6
SSgt 130 0 7 7
9. Status of FY 2017 Selected Marine Corps Reserve (SMCR) SNCO Promotion Lists:
Number Senior No. Mar 18 Projected
Grade Selected Prom Feb 18 Prom for Apr 18
SgtMaj/MGySgt 26 24 2 3 (FY18)
1stSgt/MSgt 42 39 3 6 (FY18)
GySgt 128 118 9 11 (FY18)
SSgt 370 340 30 31 (FY18)
10. Status of FY 2017 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) SNCO Promotion Lists:
Number Senior No. Mar 18 Projected
Grade Selected Prom Feb 18 Prom for Apr 18
SgtMaj/MGySgt 1 1 NA NA
1stSgt/MSgt 4 4 Closed 3 (FY18)
GySgt 14 13 1 3 (FY18)
SSgt 98 82 8 8 (FY18)
11. For Enlisted Promotion matters call Comm (703) 784-9718 or DSN 278-9718. Email inquiries may be submitted to: [email protected] This MARADMIN will be posted to the Promotion Branch website: www.manpower.usmc.mil, select 'Active Marine,' 'Manpower Management (MM),' 'Promotion Branch,' then 'Enlisted Promotions,' from there click on 'Message Traffic,' then 'SNCO Messages.'
12. Release authorized by MajGen Robert F. Castellvi, Director, Manpower Management Division.//