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ACCESSIONS
01FEB12
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FY13 ROTC OML Model
1. Academic Program (40%)
Cumulative GPA (includes ROTC GPA) (Spring
Semester, most current)
2. Leadership Program (60%)
Leader (45%)
- LDAC Performance (E/S/N)
- Leadership positions
- Leadership attributes/skills/actions
- LDAC PLT TAC Evaluation (E/S/N)
- LDAC Land Navigation (1st score)
PMS Experienced Based Observations
- PMS MSIII CER OML
- PMS Accessions OML
- PMS Accessions Potential Comments
- Cadet Training / Extracurricular Activities
- Language / Cultural Awareness
For each event/activity: Based on a normalized
weighted average distribution for that cohort.
Physical (15%)
APFT (90%)
- Campus (most current fall semester)
- Campus (most current spring semester)
- LDAC (1st score)
Athletics (10%)
- Varsity, Intramural, or
Community Team
Warrior Forge, Platoon Top Five = 1 point added to final OMS
RECONDO = 0.5 point added to final OMS
Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Incentive
0.5 Incentive to ADM 3 (Math/Science) and 1.0 Incentive to ADM 4 (Engineering)
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Bottom line
 Only guarantee is to the Top 10%
 Every branch has something to offer
 All branches need QUALITY officers!
 Reserve Component needs QUALITY officers!
 Only limited numbers “can” be accessed Active Duty
 Only limited numbers “can” receive popular branches
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FY12 ROTC National OML Results
FY 12 Cohort:
Commission Review:
National OML:
Requesting Educational Delay (DL):
Army Nurse:
RD Nurse:
Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD):
Non-GRFD requesting RFD:
Active Duty Board Eligible:
Active Duty Board Eligible:
Active Duty Allocation:
Active Duty Directed:
Selected RFD:
RFD Selectees:
As of: 23 SEP 11
-7
5,643
101
213
14
809
544
3962
(Top 20% = 1,129 DMGs)
(Board 4-6 October 2011)
3962
2998*
(161)
964
Component Totals:
Active Duty Selectees:
5,650
2998
2317
(TOP 10% AD OML= 300)
(143 SMC, 18 AD G2G)
(total includes Medical Service, excludes 213 Nurses and 101
Ed Delay Pending)
(total excludes 14 RD Nurses
* Active Duty Allocation number includes 200 Medical Service less 200 withhold for FY12 End of LDAC Standby Board
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General Information
FY 12 National OML and AD Selection
National OML
DMG
ED Delay Pending
Number
5643
1129
101
Average GPA
3.135
3.618
3.478
Order of Merit Scores
Highest
101.5
101.5
101
Average
77.39
91.66
86.09
Lowest
47.41
86.29
73.6
**Number 1 Cadet on National OML is ARNG**
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FY 12/13 ROTC Accessions Cohort Timeline
Changes
Release
End of
LDAC
Board
Results
Receive RFOs from
HRC
End of LDAC
Receive RFOs
from HRC
Dec Grads
ASD Publish Orders
ASD Publish
Orders
Nov 11
Sep 11
End of LDAC
Standby Board
4 Sep
Last date to
adjust Branch
CSP
selections
Last chance
to Change
Cadet & PMS
comments
Commission Educational
Review Board Delay Board
18-20 Sep
25-27 Sept
DA/ROTC
Selection and
Branching
Board
11-14 Oct
All OML and
Accession
Packets complete
data in CCIMS
15 Aug
BDE and HQCC review
accessions data
14 Sep
Receive RFOs
from HRC
ASD Publish
Orders
Feb - Apr 12
Branch RC
Cadets without
a REQUEST
Vacancy Hold
Notification
Release Ed
Delay &
Branching
Board
Results
218-Rs Due r
Dec Grads
All data/comments
in CCIMS for End
of LDAC/ Standby
Board
BOLC-B
Scheduling
Conference
29 Nov – 1 Dec
Last date
to request
Post for
ADSO
Last date to
request
Grad
ADSO
218-Rs
Due
1 Oct
19 Sep
Cadets adjust
Grad & Post
ADSO selections
20 Oct
Graduation
Commission
21 Nov
13 Nov
Mar
May - Jun
26 Jan
Cadets final Grad
ADSO selections
Battalion/Cadet Actions
ASD Actions
Release OML
results (AD,
RFD, DMG,
Top 10%,
OML)
Cadets adjust
branch and
ADSO
selections
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DA/ROTC Selection and Branching Boards
 Commission Review Board
 Educational Delay Board
 Active/Reserve Component Selection and Branching Board
 End of LDAC Commissionee Stand-By Board
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Potential Commission Review Criteria
Criteria used by OML Model to flag all potential commission review
files:
 Any “N” in a Values rating of any CER (Part V, a.)
 Two or more “Ns” on front side of any CER (Part V, b. Leadership
Attributes/Skills/Actions)
 Needs Improvement on PMS Accessions Potential Comments
 LDAC overall “N” rating (2 or more individual “N” evaluations)
 Greater than two and half years since attending LDAC
 Bottom five percent of the OML
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Active Duty Accession Process
(Branching Method 1-3)
1. Branch by OML until, up to 45% of each branch’s requirements are filled
a. Top 10% of Active Duty (AD) OML receive their first branch choice
b. If the first branch preference is unavailable, the next available branch
preference of the Cadet will be awarded (2nd and 3rd Choice Only)
c. Cadet may volunteer for the Branch for ADSO program, but not charged till
after branch filled to 45%
2.
Branch with an additional three-year ADSO (all after branch 45% filled)
a. By OML
b. Ensuring that no more than 55% of any one branch’s allocation are filled by the
1st half of the AD OML
3.
Branch with an additional three-year ADSO from 2nd half (50%) of OML
a. By OML
b. Remaining branch allocations (up to 80%) are filled from the 2nd half of the
OML
c. Aviation branch is filled to 100% due to AFAST and Flight Physical
requirements
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FY12 Selection and Branching
(Active Duty Branch Distribution)
Basic
Branch
AD
AG
AR
AV
CM
EN
FA
FI
IN
MI
MP
MS
OD
QM
SC
TC
Total
Mission
80
192
137
192
75
200
239
41
354
437
120
200
285
197
297
152
3198
First
Preference
36
96
227
261
6
246
115
58
479
564
140
427
69
73
201
52
3050
Second
Preference
88
179
445
15
23
269
321
57
191
432
195
205
104
142
291
93
3050
Third
Preference
244
87
418
5
34
379
445
49
204
256
209
92
187
124
197
120
3050
Satisfaction Data:
• 51.5% received their first branch
choice (64.6% in FY11)
• 68.6% received one of their top three
choices (87.3% in FY11)
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0
FY12 Branch Fill Rates
100%
10
%
80%
20
%
60%
40
%
24
40%
50
6
%
20%
80
%
0%
100
%
Branch
Total ROTC
Accessions
-20%
With EOCC
Withheld
Pre-Branch
Allocation
ADSO Bottom Half
Neutral Zone
ADSO Top Half
No ADSO
MS
IN
AV
MI
EN
AR
FI
MP
SC
FA
AG
AD
SG
EG
QM
OD
TC
CM
200
354
192
437
80
137
41
120
149
239
192
80
148
120
197
285
152
75
191
338
193
417
76
131
39
114
142
228
183
76
141
114
188
272
145
72
160
283
181
350
64
110
33
96
119
191
154
64
148
120
158
228
122
60
Branches that had Pre-branching due to Aviation Program University of North Dakota (8)
Branches that had Pre-branch Allocations reduced to ensure 20% of Branch to DABM
Cadets with Engineer Degrees, 60% of “EG” allocation considered to degreed engineers only and Cadets
with select Signal Corps degrees, 50% of "SG" allocation considered
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ROTC Officer ADSO
More Opportunities for More Obligation
 Cadets may request to participate in 1, 2, or all 3
 Cadets may be selected in up to two of the Programs
 Participation in each program is in exchange for an
additional 3-year Active Duty Service Obligation (ADSO)
Branch for Service - Receive their branch of choice
Post for Service - Receive their first assignment of choice
Graduate School for Service - Attend full time, fully funded
Graduate Program
 Only Cadets selected for Active Duty are eligible
 Selection is based on the National OML
 At time of request, Cadets must sign a contract addendum
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FY12 (ADSO) Results
2056 of 3242 Cadets receiving Active Duty asked to participate in an ADSO option.
Total selected 1622 (with Pending Post ADSO’s).
Basic
Branch
AD
AG
AR
AV
CM
EN
FA
FI
IN
MI
MP
MS
OD
QM
SC
TC
Total
Request
BrADSO
1st/2nd
Received
BrADSO
1st/2nd
Total
Adjusted
Selected due to
BrADSO Detailing
22
20
21
8
43
60
31
27
165
176
50
5
204
7
93
2
3
4
2
2
162
91
32
1
68
136
39
56
40
19
5
0
344
70
136
7
351
159
152
23
90
73
40
8
296
83
90
2
26
27
8
12
32
36
24
12
133
124
45
15
18
20
15
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1997
1105
783
187
29
58
55
95
4
33
95
5
143
175
48
92
20
36
60
22
970
• 7 Branch ADSO’s were removed due to detailing
in AD (5), FI (2).
BRADSO As of: 25 OCT 11
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GRADUATE SCHOOL
1 • Available:
• Requested:
• Selected:
300
537
300
POST ADSO
• Available: (Branch/Location)
2 • Requested:
412
• Pending HRC:
352
2
DUAL ADSOs
• Requests:
3 - Branch/Grad
- Branch/Post
- Post/Grad
• Selected:
- Branch/Grad
- Branch/Post Pending
- Grad/Post Pending
324
248
43
90
93
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1. Additional Grad School allocations may be
received after DEC 11.
2. All Post ADSO requests subject to HRC
branch/location.
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FY12 Educational Delay Board
A
M
E
D
D
EDUCATIONAL DELAY
6
5
# Selected for
Educational
Delay
21
18
% Selected for
Educational
Delay
70%
36%
Average
GPA
3.33
3.48
Average PT
Score
273
269
2
33
9
5
4
2
28
8
3
4
15%
140%
80%
100%
100%
3.39
3.59
3.51
3.45
3.37
263
275
281
275
270
100
84
65%
3.45
272
Branch
CH
JA
Maximum
Requirement
30
50
Files
Reviewed
21
26
DC
MC
MS
SP
VC
13
20
10
3
4
Total
130
 Cadets must have a complete hard-copy Educational Delay
packet submitted to stand the ED Delay Board (Must have test scores)
 Board consists of DA appointed officer in each specialty making
selections
 If selected for ED Delay, accession to Active Duty is delayed to allow
the officer to secure advanced degree and branch in desired
professional branch after securing degrees and/or passing exams.
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Reserve Component Selection
Reserve Component Selection Process
1. All Dedicated ARNG/USAR GRFD holders awarded
“ARNG/USAR” and removed from consideration
2. Simultaneous Membership Program Cadets
requesting the component they are currently serving
in receive that component and removed from
consideration
3. By OML Cadets awarded Component of Choice
“ARNG” or “USAR” until component allocation filled.
4. When one Component reaches its mission/
distribution all lower on OML awarded remaining
Component
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Changes for FY12
 All Cadets must select one of the following
branch’s in their top Four (4) branch choices
(MI, SC, MP, AG, QM, TC, CM, MS, OD, FI)
 All Medically Qualified Males MUST select two of
the following branch’s in their top Four (4) branch
choices
(IN, FA, AR, AD, AV, EN)
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Changes for FY12 (cont’)
50% of the Signal Corps (SC) branch allocations will be
withheld exclusively for Cadets with degrees listed below.
Cadets with these degrees who select SC and do not
volunteer for Branch Detail will not be Branch Detailed.
• Business Information Systems
• Communications Systems
• Computer Science
• Computer Information Systems
• Information Resources Management
• Information & Operations Management
• Information Technology
• Information System Security/Assurance
• Management Information Systems
• Mathematical Sciences
• Systems Analysis
• Systems Management
• Telecommunications
• Telecommunications Management.
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Systems Engineering
• Communications Systems Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Electrical And Computer Engineering
• Engineering Management
• Engineering Physics
• Information Systems Engineering
• Software Engineering
• Systems Engineering
• Telecommunications Systems
Engineering.
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FY12 Selection and Branching
(Branch Detailing)
• Army Branch Detail requirement of 449
• No top 10% non-volunteer required to detail
• DA Restriction of “No More Than” 4% Female to FA Branch and
30% Female to CM Branch
• Volunteers considered first, board directed to distribute quality
for those forced to be detailed
• Detail Branches
AD
AG
FI
SC
MI
Donor
Branches
Cadets requesting Signal
Corps with the academic
majors previously listed
will not be detailed
Detail
Branches
CM
FA
AR
IN
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PRIORITY OF BOLC-B SEAT ALLOCATION
 Rollover Cadets from previous year(s) (slip grads, 5-year majors, extenuating
circumstances {injury, pregnant, security clearance, legal)
 Green to Gold Active Duty Option (Can not have a Break in Service)
 Distinguished Military Graduates (New for FY12 and beyond)
 Cadet desires (can the Cadet meet travel requirement/does Cadet have other
plans [marriage, travel, etc])
 LDAC/LTC 2LT Cadre - (must have follow-on BOLC seat to prevent excessive
snow birding)
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TRICARE 708
 WHAT IS TRICARE 708: A medical coverage plan that provides Health care
benefits (medical and dental) for newly commissioned 2LTs awaiting accession
onto Active duty in any facility of any Armed Service or enrollment in either
TRICARE Prime or TRICARE Prime Remote.
 FACTS: Currently, Title 10, USC, 1074(a), the 2004 National Defense
Authorization Act and Health Affairs Policy 07- 002 provides for medical and
dental care to newly commissioned 2LTs .
• Newly commissioned 2LTs have the same priority for care as Active Duty Service
Members.
• Newly commissioned 2LTs are not eligible to have any other health care
insurance to meet the eligibility requirements of Title 10, USC, 1074(a) for TRICARE
708 coverage.
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QUESTIONS?
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