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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks for letting us know that the Army is updating the Assignment Satisfaction Key [ ASK] program
so that when a " soldier logs in to ASK, he or she will only see assignments they are eligible for, based on MOS, rank, time on station, and military education.
Once a soldier submits the request, it shows up in the Army’s Enlisted Distribution and Assignment System, and Human Resources Command assignment managers will work on the order.
The updated tool allows soldiers to select assignments with lower requisition priority, instead of only showing assignments that have the most in-demand needs to be filled.
The updated program now has one screen that's easier to navigate, and it also offers soldiers the option of indicating his or her availability for broadening opportunities, including drill sergeant and recruiter assignments, or other special-duty interests.
Soldiers who nominate themselves for assignment through ASK will receive feedback via email. "
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SGT Philip Roncari
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So I guess for an old fart like me the days of having your range officer call you in and inform you that you will report to the NCO Academy forthwith no excuses no questions,the range needs an E5 to do the multi company orientations,my reply was YES SIR! So much for the 60s version of selecting assignments
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MCPO Roger Collins
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We used to call them "dream sheets" in the Navy. I believe the detailers called them toilet paper. So now we can hane an automated process to laugh at your requests. In my entire career I never got a simgle assignment I requested.
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