united states coast guard

16 SEP 2022
ALCGRSV 053/22 SUBJ: PROCEDURES FOR THE RETIRED RECALL OF RESERVISTS A. Title 10, U.S. Code, Section 12301(d) B. Officer Accessions, Evaluations, and Promotions, COMDTINST M1000.3 (series) C. Reserve Duty Status and Participation Manual, COMDTINST M1001.2 (series) D. Coast Guard Medical Manual, COMDTINST M6000.1(series) 1. IAW REF (a), article 1.A.10.c of REF (b), and REF (c), reservists may be recalled, at their consent, for voluntary orders such as Active Duty for Operational Support and Extended Active Duty. This policy also includes the recall of retired reservists. 2. With a steady annual demand to recall retired reservists to active duty, units are reminded that the procedure to request reserve expertise is to first solicit members of the Ready Reserve (Selected Reserve and Individual Ready Reserve) prior to soliciting retired reservists. 3. When a Ready Reserve solicitation produces no qualified candidates, the additional procedures to request Retired Recall for a reservist are listed on PSC-RPM's website: (Copy and Paste URL Below into Browser) Human-Resources-CG-1/Personnel-Service-Center-PSC/Reserve-Personnel- Management-PSC-RPM/RPM-1/Retired-Recall/ 4. Per REF (d), an approved physical examination is required prior to recalling a retired reserve member to active duty. 5. Members not on active duty should request a Readiness Management Period (RMP) to receive the required medical evaluation at a CG clinic or pre-authorized MTF. The PSC-RPM-3 processing time required for RMPs without travel is three working days prior to the appointment. RMPs requiring travel orders require five working days to be processed. Urgent requests will be processed on a case-by-case basis. 6. Points of contact: a. PSC-RPM-1: CWO Juan Deliz, b. PSC-RPM-3: CWO Teresa Acosta, 7. CAPT Michael W. Batchelder, Chief CG PSC-RPM, sends. 8. Internet release is authorized.