conclusions based upon such facts been correctly
reached at that time.
Fraudulent Enlistment. An enlistment procured
through any deliberate material misrepresentation,
omission, or concealment by a person to the
government which, if known at the time, might have
resulted in rejection of that applicant.
Misconduct. Conduct that does not affect the
enlistment qualifications of the applicant, but that is in
violation of regulations of policy (for example,
ADMINISTRATION OF RECRUITING
Due to the unique assignments within the
recruiting environment, there are some unique
administrative procedures for recruiting personnel.
Administration of COMNAVCRUITCOM Military
provides guidance on the assignment and management
of CRF personnel, the ADSW/OYR Program, and the
administration of 9585 and support personnel. As a
member of the CRF community, you should become
familiar with this instruction.
CRF ASSIGNMENT AND
CRF members fill key middle management billets.
Our assignments are based on overall manning needs
and personal qualifications. The CRF detailer works
with the CNRC CMC, Area CMCs, and District CRs
to fill billets with the best qualified individuals. Each
District submits a quarterly CRF personnel status
report. This report details the status of all CRF billets
(filled and vacant) and current RQS levels of
personnel assigned. The Area reviews and transmits
the report to COMNAVCRUITCOM (Code 11) on the
first working day of each quarter. Code 11 uses this
information to liaison with the Bureau of Naval
Personnel (BUPERS) and ensure equitable distribution
Each CRF member should submit a
CRF Duty Preference Form, NAVCRUIT 1306/1,
annually or as changes occur. Although every effort
is made to meet the members request, all assignments
are made to meet the needs of the Recruiting
Zone Supervisor Assignments
All ZSs should be CRF paygrades E-7 or E-8.
The CO of the District may address a letter of
exception to the Area requesting approval to assign a
qualified non-CRF member as acting ZS until CRF
E-7 or E-8 personnel are available. The request must
fully justify and explain the rationale for such an
All personnel selected to fill a ZS
position must complete the CRF Academy Course at
NORU before assignment to the billet. All CRF E-8
personnel will be RQS-qualified for ZS. All CRF E-7
personnel should complete RQS qualification for ZS
within 24 months of graduation from the CRF
Academy. Once an individual is board-qualified as
ZS, he or she remains qualified unless qualification is
rescinded as a result of a ZS evaluation board.
Deficiencies in completing qualification should receive
appropriate comment in performance evaluations.
Relief of Zone Supervisors
The CR may request from the CO, NRD to relieve
a ZS if the CR loses confidence in the professional
ability or determines the lack of support by the ZS.
In any case of relief of a ZS, the CO must request a
ZS evaluation board from COMNAVCRUITAREA.
ZONE SUPERVISOR EVALUATION
BOARD. The Zone Supervisor Evaluation Board
(ZSEB) will consist of the following members:
Area command master chief
Chief recruiter (from an NRD
other than where the ZS is
Area trainer (must be RQS
qualified as ZS)
ZSEB FINDINGS AND RESULTS. Findings
and results of the board are forwarded to
COMNAVCRUITCOM, with a copy to the NRD, and
will contain one of the following recommendations:
l Retain as ZS with training or counseling as
may be specified
l Relieve as ZS with recommendation to retain
as a RINC or in another capacity, as may be