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Gold Wreath Award for Excellence in Recruiting and Recruiting Support
Engineering  Recruiter  of  the  Year Navy   Reserve   Officer   Training   Corps (NROTC)/Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection  (BOOST)  Recruiter  of  the  Year (military  personnel  only) Zone   Supervisor   (ZS)   of   the   Year   (Rex Henderson   Award) Classifier of the Year Support  Person  of  the  Year  (civilian  or military  personnel) LEADS  Tracking  Center  Supervisor  of  the Year Campus Liaison Officer (CLO) of the Year Recruiting District  Assistance  Council (RDAC) Chairman of the Year Education  Specialist  of  the  Year Nomination  criteria  and  honors  awarded  are  listed  in COMNAVCRUITCOMINST   1650.16. Periodic Awards Recruiters   assigned   to   officer   recruiting   are eligible to earn MEDSTAR and Trident awards for excellence  in  medical  and  engineering  officer recruiting.  The  Admiral’s  Award  for  excellence  is earned for attaining 100 percent of all goaled officer program  recruiting  requirements  in  a  given  fiscal  year. The  Heritage  Award  is  earned  for  excellence  in minority  recruiting. Requirements and honors are listed in COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1650.16. RECRUITER EXCELLENCE INCENTIVE  PROGRAM The   Recruiter   Excellence   Incentive   Program (REIP)   is   an   advancement   incentive   plan   for meritorious  achievement  and  recruiting  production.  It is  designed  to  work  with  the  Navy’s  advancement system. The program has two basic tenets: 1.  To  provide  special  recognition  for  superior performance   in   contribution   to   the   mission   of recruiting  personnel  through  meritorious  advancement. 2.  To  provide  incentive  for  exceeding  assigned new contract and quality goals through production advancements. Recruiting  Excellence  Incentive Program, COMNAVCRUITCOMINST  1430.4,  gives complete  program  guidelines. Meritorious Advancements These  advancements  are recruiting   District’s   (NRD’s) based  on  the  Navy average  fiscal  year enlisted manning from the Personnel Status Report (PSR). One meritorious advancement per fiscal year will  be  earned  for  every  50  enlisted  personnel  or fraction  thereof.  Enlisted  manning  consists  of  all enlisted personnel permanently assigned to include NECs 9585, 2186, 9586, 2612, support personnel, and active duty for special work/one year (ADSW/OYR) personnel. The equation would look like this: average FY enlisted manning = # of meritorious 50 advancements NOTE: Any fraction should be rounded to the next  higher  whole  number;  for  example,  if  the calculation  results  in  3.21,  the  number  of advancements  authorized  would  be  4. Production Advancements These  advancements  are  contingent  upon COMNAVCRUITCOM’S  attainment  of  both  accession and upper mental group (UMG) goals. Both of these goals  must  be  attained  for  production  advancements  to be authorized. If either of these goals is missed for the  year,  no  production  advancements  will  be authorized.   COMNAVCRUITCOM   will   earn   one advancement  per  50  enlisted  personnel  or  fraction thereof,  as  previously  defined.  Recruiting  Districts must meet accession, new contract objective (NCO), and UMG accession goals to be eligible for a share of the  total  production  advancements.  Districts  must  also place enough UMG contracts to meet the minimum accessions goal UMG standard or returned to date (RTD) in each fiscal year. Each District’s production advancements will be based only on overproduction of NCO. Eligibility All  NRD  enlisted  personnel,  with  the  exception  of Career   Recruiter   Force   (CRF),   in   paygrades   E4 through E-6 are eligible for consideration if they meet all  school  and/or  course  completion  requirements, 3-2

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