DAPE-MPA-RP 10 October 2001 MEMORANDUM FOR RESERVE COMPONENT COORDINATION COUNCIL (RCCC)

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DAPE-MPA-RP
10 October 2001
MEMORANDUM FOR RESERVE COMPONENT COORDINATION COUNCIL (RCCC)
SUBJECT: Integration Item 92-01, Enlistment/Reenlistment of Quality Soldiers
ISSUE: Army Reserve Component (RC) Recruiting and Reenlistments
1. BACKGROUND. This tasking was initiated by a concern raised in FY92 to ensure
enlistment and reenlistment of quality soldiers in all three Army components. This
tasking applies to the RC.
2. STATUS.
a. Below is the FY01 accession achievement for the Army National Guard (ARNG)
and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) through the end of March 2001. High School Diploma
Graduate (HSDG), Test Score Category (TSC) I-IIIA and TSC IV percentages reflect
the percentage of non-prior service (NPS) recruits that fall into these categories. Prior
service (PS) totals include the efforts of the RC Career Counselor Program (RCCC) for
both components and IRR transfers from Army Reserve Personnel Command (ARPERSCOM) for the USAR.
Category
ARNG
FY01 Goals
ARNG
Achieved
USAR
FY01 Goals
USAR
Achieved
HSDG
TSC I-IIIA
TSC IV
Total NPS
Total PS
Total
>90%
>67%
<2%
30,129
30,123
60,252
86.9%
60.1%
1.4%
33,091
28,865
61,956
>90%
>67%
<2%
19,141
15,769
34,910
92.7%
64.6%
1.6%
21,361
14,169
35,530
b. Below are the FY01 first term and career reenlistment data for the ARNG and
USAR. ARNG goals are to reenlist 65% of first term soldiers and 80% careerists;
USAR goals are 65% and 80% respectively.
Category
ARNG
Goal
ARNG
Actual
ARNG
%
USAR
Goal
USAR
Actual
USAR
%
1st Term
Career
Total
12,470
38,845
51,315
11,784
40,222
52,006
94.5%
103.5%
101.3%
3,874
12,155
16,029
3,723
12,125
15,848
96.1%
99.8%
98.9%
DAPE-MPA-RP
SUBJECT: Integration Item 92-01, Enlistment/Reenlistment of Quality Soldiers
3. MILESTONES. Between FY94 and FY00, success in meeting missions/goals was
mixed. Below is year-end quality and accession data for the period:
Category
HSDG
TSC I-IIIA
TSC IV
FY94
84.5%
55.4%
2.2%
FY95
81.9%
54.1%
2.2%
ARNG
FY96
82.3%
55.6%
1.7%
Mission
Actual
% of
Mission
69,710
61,268
87.9%
60,649
56,711
93.5%
61,798
60,444
97.8%
59,262
63,495
107.1%
56,638
55,401
97.8%
56,958
57,090
100.2%
54,034
62,015
114.8%
Category
HSDG
TSC I-IIIA
TSC IV
FY94
95.4%
70.3%
2.0%
USAR
FY95
FY96
95.2% 95.2%
75.03% 73.6%
2.0%
2.0%
FY97
93.6%
67.0%
2.0%
FY98
90.2%
67.6%
2.0%
FY99
90.1%
69.3%
1.9%
FY00
90.1%
61.9%
2.0%
Mission
Actual
% of
Mission
46,500
47,412
102.0%
47,732
48,098
100.8%
47,935
47,153
98.4%
47,940
44,212
92.2%
52,084
41,784
80.2%
48,461
48,596
100.3%
50,179
46,187
92.0%
FY97
82.7%
55.4%
1.8%
FY98
84.8%
54.5%
1.8%
FY99
86.9%
60.1%
1.7%
FY00
86.8%
61.4%
2.0%
4. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS. FY01 recruiting support and advertising is estimated
at $73.0M for the USAR and $71.4M for the ARNG.
5. CONGRESSIONAL/LEGISLATIVE IMPLICATIONS. There is continued
congressional interest in recruit quality, and a growing concern of that quality as it
relates to readiness.
6. COORDINATION.
ARNG:
NGB-ARP
Mr. Wrice
607-0485
[email protected]
USAR:
DAAR-PE
LTC Willingham
601-3502
[email protected]
_______________________
LTC Correa/695-0810
[email protected]
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