Manpower Management Enlisted Assignments Army

FY18 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT ENLISTED ASSIGNMENTS COMMAND VISIT SCHEDULE

Date Signed: 6/13/2017
MARADMINS Active Number: 296/17

R 121314Z Jun 17
MARADMIN 296/17
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC MRA MM//
SUBJ/FY18 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT ENLISTED ASSIGNMENTS COMMAND VISIT SCHEDULE//
REF/A/MSGID: DOC/CMC MMEA/YMD: 20100908//
REF/B/MSGID: MSG/CMC MM/310835ZDEC13//
REF/C/MCO 1300.8//
NARR/REF A IS MCO 1040.31, ENLISTED RETENTION AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT. REF B IS MARADMIN 701/13, MANPOWER MANAGEMENT DIVISION (MM) IMPLEMENTATION OF DEFENSE CONNECT ONLINE (DCO) FOR REMOTE PMOS MONITOR AND CAREER COUNSELORS INTERFACE. REF C IS MCO 1300.8, MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT POLICY//
POC/D. G. BIRD/MGYSGT/MMEA-1/-/TEL: (703)432-9125 EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/M. A. MARKHAM/LTCOL/MMEA-2/-/TEL: (703) 784-9947 EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/W. D. JOHNSON/GYSGT/MMEA-1/NCR TRIP COORDINATOR TEL: (703)432-9149/EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/O. V. LOPEZ/SSGT/MMEA-1/EAST COAST/NORFOLK TRIP COORDINATOR TEL: (703)784-9956/EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/D. M. DOOLEY/GYSGT/MMEA-1/WESTCOAST/WESTPAC TRIP COORDINATOR TEL: (703)784-9334/EMAIL: [email protected]//
POC/A. J. GUERRERO/SGT/MMIB-1/C4 SPECIFIC ISSUES TEL: 703-784-9236/Email: [email protected]
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. Situation. The Annual Manpower Management Enlisted Assignments (MMEA) Branch visit to the Marine Corps major commands will be conducted from July 2017 through September 2017.
2. Mission. MMEA will visit designated locations to conduct a series of manpower in-calls, briefs, and interviews in order to update individual Marines and their leadership on manpower management issues, policy changes, and assist Marines in making well-informed career decisions.
3. Execution.
3.a. Intent. Provide commands with information pertaining to enlisted assignments, distribution, and retention. MMEA will provide briefs to commands, educate commanders, and their senior enlisted leaders on the latest enlisted assignment policies, procedures, and retention guidelines. Marines will also have an opportunity to discuss future assignments with their Primary Military Occupational Specialty (PMOS) Monitor.
3.b. Concept of operations. MMEA leadership and PMOS Monitors will travel to Marine Corps bases and installations on the East Coast, National Capital Region, West Coast, and Overseas in order to facilitate interaction between MMEA, unit leaders, and individual Marines.
3.c. Coordinating Instructions.
3.c.1. Location and dates of MMEA Command Visits:
Location Date(s)
3.c.1.a. MCRD Parris Island, MCAS Beaufort Jul 13-14
3.c.1.b. MCB Camp Lejuene, MCAS Cherry Point New River Jul 17-20
3.c.1.c. Norfolk, VA Jul 21
3.c.1.d. MCAGCC Twenty-Nine Palms, MCAS Yuma Aug 3-4
3.c.1.e MCRD San Diego Aug 7
3.c.1.f. MCB Camp Pendleton, MCAS Miramar Aug 8-11
3.c.1.g. MCB Okinawa Aug 14-17
3.c.1.h. MCAS Iwakuni Aug 17-18
3.c.1.i. MCB/MCAS Hawaii Aug 21-22
3.c.1.j. MCB Quantico, Tenant Commands Sep 5
3.c.1.k. Pentagon, Henderson Hall, 8th (AND) I Sep 7
3.c.1.l. MARFOREUR/AF Sep 21-22
3.d. Command Visit Briefs:
3.d.1. Enlisted Manpower Overview Brief.
3.d.1.a. Target audience: regiment-group, and battalion-squadron commanders/sergeants major, staff non-commissioned officers.
3.d.1.b. Brief timeframe: 60 min.
3.d.1.c. Subject: Retention and Manpower Management Programs/Policies.
3.d.2. First Term Alignment Plan (FTAP) Brief.
3.d.2.a. Target audience: FY 18 first term Marines.
3.d.2.b. Brief timeframe: 45 min.
3.d.2.c. Subject: Current Retention Opportunities.
3.d.3. Career Counselors will provide one on one counseling.
3.e. MMEA interviews:
3.e.1. Enlisted PMOS Monitors are available for personal interviews. Focus of effort for interviews are FY 18 FTAP Marines. One-on-one discussions between the PMOS Monitor and the Marine ensures clear communication regarding the needs of the Marine Corps, while addressing the desires of the individual Marine. Enlisted Monitors that are not present are available for interviews via Defense Collaboration Services (DCS) conference calls. Marines must attend their respective manpower briefs in order to set the conditions for successful interviews. FTAP tier 1 and 2 Marines will be given on the spot reenlistment on a case by case basis. Marines desiring an interview with their PMOS Monitor will coordinate with the site coordinator.
3.e.2. Enlisted retention (MMEA-1). Retaining our highest quality Marines is a leadership imperative and a function of command. Face to face interaction, with local commanders and senior enlisted leaders, will enable the effective and efficient processing of local retention decisions. MMEA-1 will assist local unit career planners with the administration of submitted retention requests.
3.e.3. Enlisted Career Counselor Interviews (MMRP-50). Marines desiring career counseling must print and bring a current copy of their Master Brief Sheet (MBS) in order to receive the best counseling possible.
4. Administration and Logistics.
4.a. Administration. Request commands listed in paragraph 3.c. review the tentative dates, assign a site coordinator, and advise HQMC/MMEA of scheduling conflicts NLT 15 June 2017. MMEA will coordinate site visits through base or station career planners at locations where the full MMEA Command Visit Team will attend. See POCs for the specific MMEA individuals coordinating the efforts for each location.
4.b. Logistics.
4.b.1. Facilities. Each command/station will have unique requirements for accommodating the MMEA Command Visit schedule, especially at locations where the full MMEA Command Visit Team is located. The designated site coordinator/career planner must ensure proper facilities are reserved for all in-calls, briefs, interviews, and counseling sessions. All locations supporting the interview and counselings must have as many switches as needed to support a minimum of 40 active Marine corps enterprise network-NIPR (MICEN-N) laptops, which have been tested prior to the arrival of the MMEA command visit team. The site coordinator will also ensure that audio-visual support, projection capability, and computer (internet) access are available for all briefs, interviews, and counseling sessions. The site coordinator must provide a minimum of three MCEN-N laptops to facilitate DCS conference calls with MMEA PMOS Monitors not in attendance.
4.b.2. The MMEA Command Visit team will require one quality networked printer and one DSN- capable phone. Request Marine Corps Base Japan G-6 provides a minimum of 8 cellular phones during the WESTPAC (Okinawa/Iwakuni-Japan) command visit.
5. Command and Signal.
5.a. Maximum participation and support from all levels of command is essential. Detailed roadshow support instructions will be delineated via a letter of instruction for each geographic area.
5.b. Base or station career planners are requested to provide Installation G-6 Point of Contact (POC) network port numbers to MMIB-1 NLT 30 days prior to arrival in order to facilitate IT support. Installation G-6s are requested to provide a team of three to five 0651 data system Marines to support command visit set-up.
6. Release authorized by MajGen Michael A. Rocco, Director, Manpower Management Division.//

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