Give Them the News
Classification and Assignment
Remind the RINCs of upcoming visits and
meetings. Update them on any NRD policy changes.
Let them know how the zone is progressing towards
zone goal. Share the successes of others.
Ask What They Need
Last, but certainly not least, ask your RINCs what
you can do for them. What do they need and how
can you help?
FOR IMMEDIATE AND DELAYED
The Personalized Recruiting for Immediate and
Delayed Enlisted (PRIDE) system is used throughout
the recruiting command. The system is used for
classification, accounting, analysis, and
communications. You may not have access to most of
these reports, but you should know of their existence.
PRIDE reports are used to track attainments that affect
what contracts you and your recruiters will be able to
send to MEPS. As a member of the CRF community,
you should become more involved with the NRD
goals and attainments. The PRIDE system provides a
wealth of district production information.
following paragraphs we explain some of the
programs and reports generated by this system.
The Navy classifier uses the PRIDE system to
identify program goals and availability, reserve
programs, and request Navy veteran (NAVET)
Control File Report Programs
The control file report programs update as changes
occur. CAGOAL is used for USN programs and
CRGOAL is used for USNR programs. These
programs provide the classifiers with enlistment
availabilities by district and show
reservations made to date.
Classifiers must stay
within the availabilities not yet reserved. If a recruiter
wonders why an applicant winds up with a reserve
program, you can explain that the availability was on
Classifiers use Classification and Assignments
within the PRIDE program (CLASP) to input
information on applicants, make reservations, and
request prior service waivers and guarantees.
l OCEAN/OCEANR Classifiers enter the
applicants personal, medical, and moral qualifications
along with occupational preferences into OCEAN or
OCEANR, depending upon the availability from the
CAGOAL or CRGOAL. The program then gives a
list of available enlistment options from which the
applicant may choose.
l ONBRD/ONBRDR The ONBRD for USN
and ONBRDR for USNR programs are used to make
actual reservations for seats once the applicant has
agreed to a program.
l Prior Service Programs, PRISE I, PRISE II,
PREV These programs are used for prior service
applicants. PRISE I is used to request and reserve
guaranteed duty assignments for prior service. PRISE
II is used to request and reserve guaranteed school
assignments for prior service. PREV is used to send
waiver information to COMNAVCRUITCOM and
request Recruiting Selective Conversion Reenlistment
(RESCORE) change of rating reenlistments for
personnel in overmanned ratings.
ACCESSION FILE REPORT PROGRAMS
Accession tile report programs are updated based
on reservations and cancellations made with the
CLASP programs and goals input through special
These reports are used to track
goals and attainment.
Information provided by
accession file reports is vital to production planning
The SOLD program lists all reservations made by
day. This report updates as reservations are made.
The SOLD report run at the end of each day will
show all new contracts and reclassifications for that
day. The report can be run during the course of the
day to see the progress of applicant classification.