united states coast guard

30 JAN 20

ALCGPSC 015/20
A. Temporary Separations, COMDTINST M1040.6
B. Officer Accessions, Evaluations, and Promotions,
COMDTINST M1000.3 (series)
1. A Regular to Reserve Commission Appointment Panel is
scheduled to convene on 21 April 2020 to consider current
and former regular Coast Guard officers for a commission in
the Coast Guard Reserve.
2. Eligible officers. Former Coast Guard or Navy officers
within one year of the effective date of their resignation,
Coast Guard Regular officers at the time of their unqualified
resignation, and Regular officers twice non-selected who
are not retirement eligible and are scheduled for discharge,
are eligible to apply. TEMPSEP officers applying under the policy in place prior
to the promulgation of REF A must apply within two years of separation.
3. Reserve officers serving on Extended Active Duty (EAD)
are ineligible for this process and should refer to the
RPM-1 web page for more information:
4. Application Process. All eligible officers should submit
complete application packages to: arl-smb-cgpsc-r2r- no later than 10 April 2020.
Application packages must include: a written request in CG
standard memo format, an approved separation authorization,
and an approved DD-2697 (Report of Medical Assessment).
Incomplete packages will be returned without action.
Additional information and templates are available on the
RPM-1 web page at:
5. Communications to the Panel. Applicants electing to
submit communications to the panel must follow the
guidelines provided in REF B, section 3.A.4.f. Send
communications via email no later than 16 April 2020
6. Retention Physical. A physical examination that meets
retention standards is required to apply for a Reserve
commission. Officers currently on active duty may obtain
this exam at their servicing clinic. The exam must be
recorded on a DD-2697 and must contain the words: “Member
meets retention standards IAW COMDTINST M6000.1(series)”
in block 20. Officers who are previously separated and
do not have a copy of their DD-2697 should contact RPM-1
immediately for guidance.
7. All applicants are encouraged to review their Employee
Summary Sheet (ESS). The ESS provides a consolidated view
of a member’s information as it appears in the Coast
Guard’s enterprise-wide human resources management system,
Direct Access (DA).
All officers requesting candidacy are also encouraged to review
their official Electronically Imaged Personnel Data Record
(EI-PDR). To find out more about obtaining a copy of your
EI-PDR, please visit the PSC-BOPS-mr website at:
8. PSC-RPM point of contact: Ms. Rose Lord, email:
9. Released by:  CAPT G. T. Prestidge, Commander, Personnel
Service Center.
The Service Center for Our Most Important Resource - Our People.
10. Internet release authorized.