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FMF (Core) 104


Reporting Senior Commanding Officers are reporting seniors by virtue of their command authority
Delegated Reporting Seniors Delegation of reporting senior authority is an actual transfer of authority
Immediate Superiors in Command (ISICs) ISICs are reporting seniors for assigned Commanding Officers
Enlisted Reporting Seniors Chief Petty Officers (E7-E9) may act as reporting seniors for members in the grades of E-4 and below only
Raters and senior raters E-7 equivalent or higher
Types of reports Regular reports Concurrent reports Operational Commander reports
Promotion recommendation summary groups 4.0 for "Early Promote," 3.8 for "Must Promote," 3.6 for "Promotable," 3.4 for "Progressing," 2.0 for "Significant Problems.
Misconduct reporting should take into account misconduct which has been established through reliable evidence to the reporting senior's satisfaction.
Standard letter Used to correspond officially within or outside the DOD
Endorsements use an endorsement to forward comments, recommendations, or information
Memorandums provides a less formal way to correspond within an activity/command
NAVPERS 1070/ 602 604 605 613 PG2 - record of emergency data PG 4- Qualifications history PG 5 - History of Assignments PG 13 - Admin remarks
Purpose of UCMJ Promotes good order and discipline and provides a basis for the administration of justice
Who is responsible for upholding the UCMJ All members of the Armed Forces.
Who is subject to the UCMJ Members of a regular or reserve component Members of the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve Army National Guard and Air National Guard members Cadets, aviation cadets, and midshipmen Retired members of a regular component who are paid
Types of Courts-martials Summary Special Court-martial general
Summary court martial one active duty commissioned officer with the rank of Captain (O-3) or higher except confinement for more than 1 month with hard labor, without confinement for more than 45 days, restriction for more than 2 months, or forfeiture of more than 1 months pay
Special court-martial composed of military judge alone or a military judge and not less than three active-duty members confined for six months, hard labor w/o confined for three months, forfeiture of more than 2/3 pay for six months, a bad conduct discharge, & redux in rank
General court marital military judge and not less than five impartial active-duty armed services personnel may adjudge any punishment not forbidden by the UCMJ
The value of NJP to the commander is to give the commander the ability to maintain good order and discipline
When NJP can be administered NJP is given for minor offenses of the UCMJ. A minor offense is one for which the maximum sentence, if tried by a general court-martial, does not include a dishonorable discharge or confinement of greater than one year.
The right to refuse NJP Before the imposition of NJP proceedings, the accused may demand trial by court-martial in lieu of NJP
The procedures to appeal Within five days of imposition of punishment submit a written statement as to why the punishment is unjust or disproportionate to the offense
Sexual harassment the influencing, offering to influence, or threatening the career, pay, or job of another person in exchange for sexual favors
Sexual assault intentional sexual contact, characterized by use of force, physical threat, or abuse of authority or when the victim does not or cannot consent
Equal opportunity provided fair and equal treatment, having equal opportunity regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sex, or religious conviction
Hazing any conduct whereby one military member, regardless of service or rank, causes another military member, regardless of service or rank, to suffer or be exposed to an activity which is cruel, abusive, humiliating, or oppressive.
Fraternization relationships and social and business contacts between and among Marines/Sailors of different grades
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report (EDVR) monthly statement of an activity's enlisted personnel account
EDVR sections 1 prospective gains 2 prospective losses 3 alpha roster
Created by: PALDIS
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