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Performance Evaluation and Counseling Handbook

This is a Performance Evaluation and Counseling Handbook. It contains a fitness report responsibility matrix and a set of fitness report block-by-block instructions. It also has Fitness Report Personal Input Examples, and a Fitness Report Bullet Guide which covers (Favorable Examples, Management and Leadership, Self Expression, and Unfavorable Examples). NOTE: This document is in MS Word format Download: 38/PERFORMANCE_EVALUATION_GUIDE_locked.doc Size: 76 KB

Mortuary Affairs Information Guide for Commanders and First Sergeants

Certainly the most sensitive and probably the most important job a Services Squadron Commander is that of Mortuary Affairs Officer. There are many complex aspects of mortuary affairs operations and, if they are not professionally managed, it can greatly embarrass the entire wing and can cause unnecessary anxiety to the next of kin. This guide is designed to define the role during a mortuary case in the unit. Mortuary Affairs entails a number of very important do’s and don’ts. The information Read more

Inspector General Handbook for Leaders

This is an Inspector General Handbook for Leaders intended to assist commanders and leaders in properly executing their duties in accordance with Army Regulations, National Guard Bureau Regulations. This handbook provides leaders with information on Department of the Army policy as well as NGB policy for a variety of topics. The topics presented in the handbook are those that frequently present themselves to the Inspector General. The information presented includes references, highlights of DA, NGB Read more

Company Commander and First Sergeant Information Book

This handbook is designed to help unit commanders and NCO leadership in their responsibilities for taking care of our soldiers, their families, and our associated communities. Each subject covered by this handbook contains a short explanation and reference documents in order to highlight DA and TRADOC policy, where to go for additional information, and outlines basic commander responsibilities. When using this guide keep in mind it does not supersede or replace any Army Regulation. Use this Read more

Duties of the First Sergeant Guide

The duties of first sergeant are peculiar to his position, and require capacity and knowledge superior to those of other sergeants. Whilst he does not rank as high as some others, nor receive as much pay, his position is one of the most responsible and most honorable that non-commissioned officers can occupy. He has the immediate supervision of the company. He gets his orders from the captain or officer commanding the company, and sees that they are performed in the company. NOTE: This document Read more

Commander’s and First Sergeant’s Quick Reference Guide to Army Regulations

There are so many regulations published by the Army that it’s hard to know where to begin when taking command or responsibility of Soldiers. This guide is meant to allow leaders to quickly reference regulations when making decisions. Each subject covered by this guide contains a short explanation and reference documents in order to highlight a DA Regulation, where to go for additional information, and outlines basic commander responsibilities. When using this guide keep in mind it does not supersede Read more

Quick Legal Guide For Company Commanders

This Legal Guide was prepared to assist you, as Company Commander, in dealing with some of the more common legal questions which may arise during your command. Please note that the Report of Survey Regulation has been significantly changed and only parts of it are included herein. If you have an investigation or if you are being charged for a loss of property be sure to read the entire regulation. Also, remember the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate will assist you in preparation of your defense Read more

Company Commander and First Sergeant Handbook for Success

This handbook is designed to help unit commanders and NCO leadership in their responsibilities for taking care of our Soldiers, their Families, and our associated communities. Each subject covered by this handbook contains a short explanation and reference documents in order to highlight DA policy, where to go for additional information, and outlines basic commander responsibilities. When using this guide keep in mind it does not supersede or replace any Army Regulation.  Use this handbook Read more

The Battalion Commander’s Handbook

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This version of the Battalion Commander’s Handbook was written primarily for the recently selected battalion commander. It provides tips on how to transition into command and how to approach some of the more interesting challenges. The Handbook can also be useful to incumbent commanders at all levels as a source of ideas. The of this handbook goal was to create a concisely written, well-formatted, easily referenced and usable compendium of insights to battalion command. The first two chapters address Read more

Commanders’ Guide for Handling Substandard Soldiers

This guide is designed to provide a convenient reference for commanders to use in identifying and managing substandard Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Soldiers. It includes step-by-step procedures for a number of actions, including Bars to Reenlistment and enlisted involuntary separations. This guide contains a section addressing actions available for both officer and enlisted AGR Soldiers. It also contains a discussion of UCMJ considerations. However, this is only a “guide” to Army Regulations. In Read more

Operations Group Stratification Quantification Guide

This guide has been developed to assist you in stratifying and quantifying your award winners from the Wing and Group perspective for the of Senior NCO of the Year (SNCOY), NCO of the Year (NCOY), Airman of the Year (AOY), Senior NCO of the Quarter (SNCOQ), NCO of the Quarter (NCOQ), and Airman of the Quarter (AOQ) award categories. Using this guide will enable you to quickly determine the most beneficial and acceptable stratification/quantification for assigned personnel who compete in the indicated Read more

AFI 36-2113 The First Sergeant

This instruction sets the policy for management of first sergeants and implements AFPD 36-21, Utilization and Classification of Air Force Military Personnel. First Sergeant is an expeditionary leader serving in a time honored special duty position, rich in custom and tradition. The position is critical to the execution of the unit mission. Although the first sergeant does not typically have a specific operational or technical expertise requirement, he or she must thoroughly understand how decisions Read more

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