R 201814Z SEP 21
MSGID/GENADMIN,USMTF,2020/CG MCRC QUANTICO, VA//
SUBJ/FISCAL YEAR 2022 (FY22) ENLISTED TO CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 2 (GUNNER) SELECTION BOARD RESULTS//
REF/A/MSGID: DOC/MCRC OE/YMD: 20190716//
REF/B/MSGID: RMG/CG MCRC/YMD: 20210303//
REF/C/MSGID: DOC/MIFD/YMD: 20130703//
REF/D/MSGID: DOC/NAVSOP/YMD: 20210601//
REF/E/MSGID: DOC/MPO-40/YMD: 20210510//
REF/F/MSGID: DOC/C 461TPS/YMD: 20190215//
REF/G/MSGID: DOC/C 461TPS/YMD: 20210223//
REF/H/MSGID: DOC/C 461TPS/YMD: 20210223//
REF/I/MSGID: DOC/BUMED/YMD: 20050812//
NARR/REF (A) IS MCO 1040.42B, WARRANT OFFICER (WO) AND LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LDO) ACCESSION PROGRAMS. REF (B) IS MARADMIN 111/21, WHICH ANNOUNCED THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 (FY22) ENLISTED TO CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 2 (CWO2) MARINE GUNNER SELECTION BOARD. REF (C) IS MCO 1000.6, ASSIGNMENT, CLASSIFICATION, AND TRAVEL SYSTEM MANUAL (ACTSMAN). REF (D) IS THE JOINT TRAVEL REGULATIONS (JTR) FOR UNIFORMED SERVICE MEMBERS AND DOD CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES. REF (E) IS MCO 1300.8 w/CH1, MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT POLICY. REF (F) IS MCO 1900.16 W/CH 2, SEPARATION AND RETIREMENT MANUAL (SHORT TITLE: MARCORSEPMAN). REF (G) IS MCO 6100.13A W/CH 3, MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS AND COMBAT FITNESS TESTS (PFT/CFT). REF (H) IS MCO 6110.3A W/CH 3, MARINE CORPS BODY COMPOSITION AND MILITARY APPEARANCE PROGRAM. REF (I) IS NAVMED P-117, DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY, MANUAL OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT (MANMED), CHAPTER 15//
POC/BRENT R. REIDENBACH/MCRC ON-E/TEL: (703) 784-9446/EMAIL: BRENT.REIDENBACH@MARINES.USMC.MIL//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. Per references (A) and (B) the Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC) approved the FY22 Enlisted to Chief Warrant Officer 2 (Gunner) Selection Board report. The below-named personnel have been selected for commission to Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CWO2):
Name SMOS MCC RUC
Butrico, Joseph A. 0306 1S8 20905
Carlisle, Joseph D. 0306 UKT 35010
Corzatt, Adam M. 0306 UKT 35010
Deykerhoff, Alex C. 0306 R00 54050
Finney, James M. 0306 V12 12110
Gildea, Dennis M. Jr. 0306 1A5 01243
Griffith, David M. 0306 V31 11130
Hagan, Bryan S. 0306 V24 13220
Maisey, Tyler W. 0306 V14 11120
Sanville, Shawn S. 0306 V15 11160
Wehlermann, David A. Jr. 0306 V12 12110
Winn, Steven B. 0306 V25 11170
2. Selectees who desire to decline commission in the primary MOS in which selected, shall submit a letter of declination via their chain of command to the Commanding General (CG) Marine Corps Recruiting Command (CG, MCRC).
3. Per paragraph 8 of reference (A), selectees may defer to the next available WOBC if they are not medically qualified by BUMED or due to a personal hardship. Selectees must submit a Request for Deferment through their chain of command to CG MCRC.
4. Commanding officers shall ensure the selectee meets the commissioning requirements set forth in reference (A). If a selectee fails to meet those requirements, the commanding officer will initiate a delay in accordance with reference (A) and the commission will not be effected.
5. CWO2 selectees are slated to be commissioned on 1 Feb 2022 at a ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base, Quantico. CWO2 selectees will attend the Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC). The mission of the WOBC is to train and educate newly appointed warrant officers in the high standards of professional knowledge, esprit-de-corps, and leadership required to transition from the enlisted Marines to officers, with particular emphasis on the duties, responsibilities and professional abilities required to serve as a platoon commander in a support role. By separate orders, selectees will be ordered by the Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC) Manpower Management (MM) to report to the Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC), The Basic School (TBS) to attend the WOBC that is scheduled to convene on 10 Jan 2022. Selectees must report no earlier than 0600 on 10 Jan 2022, and no later than 1200 on 10 Jan 2022.
6. Orders Process
a. References (C) and (D) define the differences in duty under instructions (DUINS) and Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders in relation to per diem and other allowances. All Gunner selectees will report to WOBC uder PCS orders from their parent command due to requirements for completion of WOBC and Infantry Weapons Officer Course (IWOC) while at TBS. Selectees will PCS to the Quantico, VA area and receive follow-on orders to their next command upon completion of IWOC.
b. Point of contact for orders is the respective monitor at Manpower Management Officer Assignments (MMOA).
c. All commanders issuing orders for Marines to attend WOBC will ensure a DD Form 214 is created via the Document Tracking and Management System (DTMS) in Marine Online (MOL). The DD Form 214 will cover all active duty enlisted service through 31 January 2022. Ensure strict compliance with ref (F). Although the hard copy DD Form 214 may be signed and copies 1 and 4 issued to the Marine prior to executing orders to TBS, the DD Form 214 should not be certified, published and distributed via DTMS until the unit has confirmed the individual’s appointment/commission via the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS). Upon appointment/commission confirmation, the DD Form 214 may be certified, published and distributed per the current edition of ref (F).
d. If a selectee is found unqualified or is otherwise not appointed/commissioned for any reason after executing orders to TBS, the DD Form 214 previously generated via DTMS shall be deleted and any hard copy DD Form 214 issued to the Marine shall be shredded, as appropriate. The following blocks/items will be standard on each 2022 enlisted to warrant officer DD Form 214: “12B. 20220131”; “15A-C. No”; “16. None”; “20-20A. No”; “23. Discharged”; “24. Honorable”; “25. MARCORSEPMAN 6404.1”; “26. KGM1”; “27. N/A”; “28. Accept commission or warrant in same branch of service”. All other provisions of ref (F) for this occasion shall apply to all other sections of the DD Form 214.
a. Check-in procedures and initial information for WOBC will be posted on the TBS website upon release of this message. Additionally, check-in information and documents will be posted on the WOBC 1-22 MarineNet Moodle Page upon release of this message. TBS will add all selected Marines to the MarineNet Moodle Page approximately one week after the release of this message. The package will contain important information concerning the upcoming WOBC, including check-in procedures and amplifying comments for this message. The selectees must view the TBS website as soon as possible to read the welcome aboard information and other coordinating instructions pertaining to WOBC. The TBS point of contact is The Student Liaison Office and can be reached at TBS_Student_Liaison_Officers@usmc.mil. The website address is www.trngcmd.marines.mil/units/Northeast/The-Basic-School/. Students should direct their attention to the bottom of the page and find "Student Information" -> "WOBC" -> "Welcome Aboard."
b. Selectees must report to TBS with original orders, completed DD Form 214 in accordance with the information in the paragraph above and complete health and dental records. The Appointment of Acceptance (NAVMC 763) and Identification Card will be completed/issued at WOBC. Selectees should report in the MARPAT Digital Woodland Camouflage uniform. Selectees should either purchase their officer Service Alpha uniform or be prepared to have their uniforms tailored prior to the commissioning ceremony. Specific information for uniform requirements will be provided in the "Welcome Aboard" PDF packet on the TBS website.
8. Training Requirements
a. Selectees are encouraged to arrive in peak physical condition due to the rigors of the course. Selectees must achieve a first class physical fitness test (PFT) prior to commissioning as outlined in ref (G) and maintain Marine Corps Body Composition and Military Appearance standards per ref (H). Those who are not within standards or do not score a first class PFT after two attempts will be dropped from the course during the first week of training. If a Marine is dropped from training, the CO TBS has the discretion to delay the commissioning or allow a Marine to defer to the next WOBC. There will be extended field time at the WOBC. Selectees are highly encouraged to practice running the obstacle course with an emphasis on rope climbing. Hiking under load and running in boots and utilities are also highly recommended. Passing a 10-mile hike under prescribed load, a double standard Marine Corps Obstacle Course and the TBS Endurance Course are required to graduate from WOBC.
b. Selectees with less than 13 years of service are encouraged to be current rifle and pistol qualified prior to attending WOBC 1-22 as the number of range seats available at their first duty station as an officer will be limited, if available at all.
c. Selectees are required to read and review the following publications prior to check in:
(1) MCDP 1
(2) MCDP 1-3
(3) MCDP 6
(4) MCWP 6-11
d. Marines who are selected to become Infantry Weapons Officers must complete Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS), Distance Education Program: 8670 prior to checking into The Basic School and 8671 during IWOC. POC for this requirement is Marine Gunner (CWO4) Keith Eggers, TBS Gunner, Director Infantry Weapons Officer Course at (703) 784-0306. This course can be enrolled in at your regional EWS coordination center and can be completed online.
e. Once selectees have been in-processed, there will be a commissioning ceremony on 1 Feb 2022. Further details will be made available on the TBS website and through follow-on correspondence from the India Company staff.
9. Commanding officers are required to document by page 11 entry, a permanent CWO2 selectee's acknowledgement of the probationary status of his or her commission. Active component CWO2 selectees will receive the following entry: "I understand that the first three years as a permanent Chief Warrant Officer 2 (Gunner) is a probationary period, and that the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) may terminate the commission of any Warrant Officer who fails to complete the WOBC, or any required MOS follow-on school. A Marine whose commission is terminated may, upon his or her request, and at the discretion of SECNAV, be enlisted in a grade not lower than that held immediately prior to commission." All Marines selected for the Warrant Officer program will incur a 3-year obligation from the date of appointment/commission.
10. Physical Qualifications
a. Selectees who do not meet the qualifications established in references (G), (H) and (I) will not be appointed.
b. These individuals will remain on the list of Marines approved for commission to the grade of CWO2 and once medically qualified, will have a commissioning date of the first day of the month prior to the month in which the members attend WOBC.
c. Immediately upon release of this message, all selectees are required to provide (via email) a letter on command letterhead with their point of contact information, DSN, commercial telephone numbers, and electronic mail addresses to the point of contact at MCRC email@example.com.
d. Per reference (I), prior to commission, selectees must be determined physically qualified for appointment by the Bureau Of Medicine and Surgery and must pass with a first class PFT as outlined in reference (G). Failure to comply with requirements may delay receipt of the commissioning documents at TBS, and may subsequently result in a forfeiture of the date of rank. Commanding officers of deployed Marines can contact MCRC, ON-E to establish arrangements to complete this task, if needed. If not done already, selectees must submit a current commissioning physical examination, to include a Report of Medical Examination (DD Form 2808), A Report of Medical History (DD Form 2807-1), and an Annual Certification if applicable. The date of the physical exam must not be older than 1 Feb 2020. If the physical examination was completed prior to 1 Feb 2021, then copies of the current and previous years preventative health assessment (PHA) is required in addition to the physical examination.
e. Local medical personnel and the selectee must closely review a selectee's medical and dental records to ensure accuracy and completeness prior to their arrival at TBS. Selectees should arrive at TBS fully medically ready to train at the time of check in with no outstanding medical issues that would preclude training. Pay particular attention to the following items:
(1) Marks and scars must be listed.
(2) Selectees must be dental class type 1 or 2, documented on the DD Form 2808 in block 43, and have block 83.a signed by a dentist or submit a dental examination as a separate enclosure. Dental records should be updated to reflect the most current dental examination.
(3) HIV results must be within 24 months of check-in and include date tested and roster number.
(4) Distance vision must be documented in block 61 of the DD Form 2808. If vision does not correct to 20/20, a current manifest refraction and ophthalmology evaluation is required. WO selectees with a history of vision correction surgery must have all pre-operative and post-operative reports included with the medical documents.
(5) The results of an updated audiogram must be included in DD Form 2808 block 71.a. or as a separate enclosure. If any result is outside the normal range, per reference (I), section 38, submit an Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) or Audiology consultation/evaluation and interpretation.
(6) Female selectees, over the age of 21, must have a current Papanicolaou (PAP) test within the past 36 months. The pathology report from the most recent test must be submitted.
(7) Ensure all "yes" answers on DD Form 2807-1 are explained by the physician in block 29. All pertinent medical clearance documents for each condition disclosed in the DD Form 2807 should be provided.
(8) Ensure all answers on DD Form 2808 blocks 17-42 (excluding block 41 for males) are marked normal or abnormal. "NE" is not an acceptable answer.
11. Questions from medical personnel concerning the medical requirements may be addressed to HMC Tabios at firstname.lastname@example.org or at DSN 278-9427 or commercial (703) 784-9427. MCRC is the approval authority for medical deferments for selectees who have not yet been appointed. Requests for medical deferments with supporting documentation must be routed via their chain of commands, to include a general officer level endorsement, and forwarded to MCRC ON-E. All requests for deferment must be received by MCRC before the projected date of commission.
12. Selectees who fail to comply with the aforementioned requirements will delay receipt of their appointment documents at TBS, and will subsequently result in a forfeiture of their date of rank.
13. This MARADMIN is not applicable to the Marine Corps Reserve.
14. This MARADMIN cancels 31 Mar 2022.
15. Release authorized by Major General J. Q. Bohm, Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command.//