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Title: IA COORDINATOR BRIEF


1
IACOORDINATOR BRIEF
LCDR Anthony Kapuschansky San Diego, CA August
28, 2007
2
ECRC MISSION
  • Provide oversight to ensure effective
    processing, equipping, training, certification,
    deployment, reach-back, redeployment and
    proactive family support of combat trained Navy
    Individual Augmentees (IA), Ad-Hoc individuals,
    and provisional units deploying for
    non-traditional expeditionary mission in support
    of the Global War on Terrorism.

The IA Sailor and Family Advocate
3
ECRC ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Man
  • Coordinate with FFC N1/PERS 46 regarding IA
    orders
  • Oversight of IA in-processing
  • Train
  • Liaise with FFC and Dept of the Army on mission
    training issues
  • Execute oversight and quota priorities for Navy
    Individual Augmentee Combat Training (NIACT)
  • Equip
  • Uniform/Equipping coordination
  • Organizational Clothing/Individual Equipment
    OCIE and weapons issued at training site.

4
IA Sailor/Family Support
  • Parent command retains primary responsibility,
    even if family relocates
  • Parent command must maintain regular contact
  • Parent command must utilize both traditional
    (fleet concentration area) and remote resources
  • Increased need if first deployment for family
  • ECRC coordinates support
  • Pride in Sailor runs strong through families

Commanding Officers have a duty to support the
IA Sailor and his Family
5
Pre-deployment
  • Sailor
  • Parent Command
  • Administrative Medical Readiness
  • Expeditionary Readiness Checklist
  • ECRC
  • Data collection
  • Information distribution
  • PERS/CNIC/FFSC
  • Pre-deployment briefs
  • Handbooks

6
Pre-Deployment
  • Family
  • Parent Command
  • CO / CMDCM support
  • Ombudsman support
  • ECRC
  • Family Contact Info
  • CNIC/FFSC
  • IA Family Handbook
  • Pre-deployment Brief

7
ECRC IA Checklist
  • Hard Copy
  • Fax to (757) 462-4813
  • Submit by email

8
IA Resources
NKO IA WEBPAGE
9
IA Resources
  • NAVADMIN 182/07 231747Z JUL 07
  • NAVADMIN 085/07 061839Z APR 07
  • NAVADMIN 083/07 051643Z APR 07
  • NAVADMIN 038/07 142223Z FEB 07
  • NAVADMIN 037/07 141913Z FEB 07
  • NAVADMIN 348/06 132200Z DEC 06
  • NAVADMIN 331/06 221630Z NOV 06
  • NAVADMIN 300/06 271400Z OCT 06
  • NAVADMIN 290/06 191205Z OCT 06
  • NAVADMIN 280/06 102349Z OCT 06
  • NAVADMIN 273/06 021910Z OCT 06
  • NAVADMIN 165/06 091030Z JUN 06

10
IA Top Issues
  • Failure to Comply with Orders
  • Security Clearance
  • 3. GTCC (Mission Critical Status)
  • 4. Official Passport for HOA
  • 5. NKO Training Not Completed
  • 6. Medical readiness

11
Top Medical Issues
  • High BP
  • Disqualifying medications
  • Arrive with already documented disqualifying
    conditions (Sleep Apnea, Limbs in Casts, etc)
  • Eye/Knee surgery within 6/12 months
  • Pregnant
  • Dental Class III or IV

12
The Bottom Line
  • Take care of your sailor!
  • Read the orders
  • Read the handbooks
  • Complete and Submit the checklist
  • Maintain commutations with your Sailor
  • ECRC is a resource for both the Sailor and the
    Parent Command

13
Deployment
  • Family
  • Parent Command
  • CO / CMDCM / Ombudsman maintain regular contact
    30 Days
  • Coordinate additional resources
  • ECRC
  • 411 / 911
  • Coordinate additional resources
  • Web page, hotline
  • Monitor contact metrics
  • CNIC/FFSC
  • Proactive contact with family
  • Coordinate additional resources
  • Positive Hand off of remote families to CNRF
    through Regional Command Centers

14
Advancement Exams in the AOR
  • NAVADMIN SPECIFIC
  • - Pre-Deployment
  • - In Theater
  • - Post-Deployment
  • PRE-DEPLOYMENT COUNSELING
  • - Options (Good/Bad)
  • IN-COUNTRY PROCESS
  • - Worksheet
  • - Exam Ordering and Forwarding
  • POST-DEPLOYMENT EXAMS WITH BENEFITS
  • - Multiple Points Benefits (2pts IA,gtTIR/TISgtPNA
    A, EOT pts applies to more gt 1 exam)

15
Return
  • Sailor
  • Parent Command
  • Homecoming
  • Post deployment health assessment
  • ECRC
  • Warrior Transition Program
  • Provide homecoming support
  • PERS/CNIC/FFSC
  • NMPS
  • Return and reunion briefings

16
Return
  • Family
  • Parent Command
  • Return and reunion briefings
  • Homecoming
  • Post-return follow up
  • ECRC
  • Assist commands and Ombudsmen to coordinate
    Homecomings
  • CNIC/FFSC
  • Return and reunion briefings
  • Warrior Transition Homecoming

17
Individual Augmentee Incentives
  • IA TOURS OVER 365 DAYS WILL HAVE PRIORITY
    DETAILING.
  • PERS 4 WILL MAXIMIZE THE USE OF (ITDY) ORDERS
    THAT ALLOW MOVEMENT OF FAMILIES TO ANOTHER
    LOCATION WHEN ASSIGNMENT EXCEEDS 365 DAYS OR
    MORE.
  • SEA DUTY PRDS WILL NOT CHANGE.
  • SHORE DUTY PRDS WILL EXTEND DAY FOR DAY FOR IA
    SERVING IN HDZ and HALF A DAY FOR NON-HDZ
  • OFFICIAL CREDIT FOR IA NEC, AQD, EVAL FITREPS
  • PARTICIPATE IN NCPACE DISTANCE LEARNING
  • PAY TAX FREE, ID/HF, FAMILY SEP, SAVING DEP PROG
  • SIX MONTH REPRIEVE BETWEEN DEPLOYMENTS

18
Global War On Terrorism Support Assignment (GSA)
  • GSA Initiative (NAVADMIN 147/07)
  • ECRC assumes Parent Command responsibilities for
    all Sailors assigned under GSA initiative.
  • Upon full implementation of the GSA initiative
    (Phases I, II, III), approximately 4000 active
    component Sailors will be assigned PCS to ECRC.
  • 4 UIC on each coast representing Iraq, Kuwait,
    Afghanistan HOA
  • Length of PCS tour for GSA personnel 8 or 14
    months (high turnover).
  • Specific information pertaining to GSA orders and
    entitlements should be discussed with the members
    DETAILER and LOCAL PSD

19
Global War On Terrorism Support Assignment (GSA)
  • Will IA tours increase because of GSA?
  • Who will provide primary support to the IA
    Family?
  • What role will the command ombudsmen as well as
    command IA coordinators play in the new process?
  • Will they continue to support IA families after
    the PCS?
  • Will coordinators continue to maintain contact
    with IAs after they have left the command?
  • Who will be responsible for IA EVALS/FITREPS?

20
ECRC Contact Information
  • San Diego POCs
  • - LCDR Jeffrey Smith jeffrey.w.smith3_at_navy.mil
    (619) 929-2358
  • - OSCS Jim Bridges james.bridges_at_navy.mil (619)
    929-2380
  • Websites
  • - http//ecrc.navy.mil
  • E-mails
  • - ecrc.hq.fct_at_navy.mil
  • - ecrc.fs.fct_at_navy.mil (1-877-364-4302)
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