Posted on Jan 21, 2019
CPT Global Intelligence Analyst
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Just to be clear, a Soldier coming out of the IRR for 15 months into my command doesn't get an NCOER with unrated time, correct? They just have a gap (and their commander gets pestered by BN) until their first regular annual?
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SGM G3 Sergeant Major
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It's not really a gap, the time will be be incorporated into the NCOER dates, but the the 15 months of IRR will get a nonrated code on the NCOER;
The start date will be the day after his last NCOER, presumably the day he entered IRR, and the thru date will be the end of his first 12 months in your unit, or sooner if a change of rater is required.
Assuming he just gets an annual, the dates on the NCOER will encompass 27 months, the rated period will be 12 months, 15 months will be coded nonrated.
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SGM, thank you for clarifying. I was looking through the unrated codes but non of them really seem to fit the bill. The closest thing was either "other" or "change of dry station"
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That is a very good idea. Who is next up his chain of command?
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SGM Senior Career Counselor
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Memorandum is the way to go, its a pretty standard practice for NCOs and Officers that have been in the IRR for any length of time.
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SGM (Join to see) yes, I forgot to say memorandum for record. I received one early in my military career.
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MSG Michael Shannon
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CPT,
Take a look at DA PAM 623 - 3 page 157. It is in the back of the reg and describes different terms of service. It states that. "... Periods such as brakes in service or time spent in the irr, ready Reserve, or ing status Are not raible; therefore, these periods will appear as gas in the rated Soldier's evaluation report history."
I can also tell you from personal experience building warrant officer and officer sessions packets that I would come across gaps in NCOERs frequently and when it was due to the Soldier being in the irr I just ensured that that was annotated in their military history. I never had a packet it kick back.

I hope this information is helpful!
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MSG Michael Shannon
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And as a side note which probably wasn't done correctly the soldiers last ncoer prior to going into the irr should have had a reason code of 04 with a comment of reassignment. That would be a clue to show why there seems to be a gap in rated time.
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