My VMET

Verification of Military Experiences and Training

1. LAST NAME – FIRST NAME – MIDDLE NAME

JOHNSON BRADLEY J

2. PAY GRADE E-7

3. YEAR(S) IN SERVICE 22

4. MILITARY SERVICE COMPONENT MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE

5. DATE OF INFORMATION 2013 APR 01

6. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY (In reverse chronological order) AND RELATED INFORMATION EXPERIENCE HISTORY:

OCCUPATION: 0193, Personnel/Administrative Chief

PRIMARY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: GUNNERY SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-7 JUN 1991 – AUG 1998 (7 Years 2 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: STAFF SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-6 SEP 1986 – JUN 1991 (4 Years 9 Months)

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: GUNNERY SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-7 JUN 1991 – SEP 1993 (2 Years 3 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: STAFF SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-6 DEC 1986 – JUN 1991 (4 Years 6 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 0193

(Description dates JAN 1997 – MAR 1999)

Personnel/administrative chiefs perform supervisory duties as midlevel office managers in a variety of administrative assignments. As such, personnel/administrative chiefs must possess a thorough knowledge of the capabilities and requirements of Marine Corps standard word processing and database software packages, and the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS), which encompasses the On Line Diary System (OLDS), and the Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS). Normally, personnel/administrative chiefs are assigned at the reporting unit level, to include the battalion/squadron consolidated administration center or adjutants office; staff level billets; i.e., HQMC staff section, G-1/S-1, etc., or independent duty in an administrative billet. Personnel/administrative chiefs must have an overall knowledge of both personnel and general administration procedures in order to establish, direct, and supervise the administrative functions of the office to which assigned. As such, the personnel/administrative chief must maintain technical proficiency in all the duties and tasks performed by Marines in MOS’s 0121, 0131, and 0151. Typical duties and tasks of the personnel/administrative chief include directing the reporting of all pay and personnel data into MCTFS, or the Automated Recruit Management System (ARMS); supervising the collection of source documents for unit diary reporting, auditing the unit diary feedback report and personnel records audits; supervising preparation of the required documentation to effect enlistment’s/reenlistment, separations, promotions, assignments, legal administration, and casualty reporting; supervising the preparation and maintenance of individual field service records; supervising the preparation of meal cards, identification tags, and military/dependent identification cards; and monitoring the internal flow of personnel and pay documents within the administrative/personnel office. When assigned to staff billets, personnel/administrative chiefs supervise the flow of paperwork to ensure proper staffing of all inbound and outbound correspondence and naval messages; drafting/publishing, and supervising the maintenance of command-issued directives; and controlling internal distribution and maintenance of Marine Corps and Navy directives systems and correspondence files.

RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 0193

Administrative Services Managers (OES 13014)

First-Line Supervisors And Managers/Supervisors – Clerical And Administrative Support Workers (OES 51002) First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers (ONET 43-1011.00)

Manager, Labor Relations (DOT 166.167-034)

Manager, Office (DOT 169.167-034)

Manager, Personnel (DOT 166.117-018)

Personnel, Training, And Labor Relations Managers (OES 13005)

Supervisor, Personnel Clerks (DOT 209.132-010)

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OCCUPATION: 9916, Billet Designator – Enlisted

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: GUNNERY SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-7 APR 1997 – AUG 1998 (1 Year 4 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 9916

(Description dates SEP 1975 – APR 2013)

This MOS will be used in T/O’s to designate a billet to which any enlisted Marine may be assigned but will not be assigned to an individual.

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OCCUPATION: 8411, Recruiter

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: STAFF SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-6 JUN 1986 – DEC 1986 (6 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-5 MAR 1984 – JUN 1986 (2 Years 3 Months)

SECONDARY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: GUNNERY SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-7 JUN 1991 – AUG 1998 (7 Years 2 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: STAFF SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-6 SEP 1987 – JUN 1991 (3 Years 9 Months)

JUN 1986 – MAR 1987 (9 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-5 MAR 1984 – JUN 1986 (2 Years 3 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 8411

(Description dates JAN 1900 – APR 2006)

The recruiter must be thoroughly familiar with the enlistment process from applicant prospecting to preparation for recruit training. Recruiters work in an environment external to the normal Marine Corps post, station, and FMF environments. Typical functions of the recruiter include preliminary screening and administrative processing, scheduling physical examinations, completion of enlistment documents, and maintaining accurate records. Recruiters also provide the community with Marine Corps publicity material and assist in civic events. They are stationed at recruit depots, recruiting stations, Military Enlistment Processing Stations (MEPS), and recruiting substations throughout the United States and some overseas locations.

RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 8411

Employment Interviewer (DOT 166.267-010)

Employment Interviewers, Private Or Public Employment Service (OES 21508) Human Resources Specialists (ONET 13-1071.00)

Personnel Recruiter (DOT 166.267-038)

Personnel, Training, And Labor Relations Specialists (OES 21511)

Recruiter (DOT 166.267-026)

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OCCUPATION: 9915, Special Assignment – Enlisted

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: GUNNERY SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-7 SEP 1993 – APR 1997 (3 Years 7 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 9915

(Description dates SEP 1975 – MAR 1998)

Regularly performs duties of a highly specialized nature that are not covered by other MOS’s.

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OCCUPATION: 0131, Unit Diary Clerk PRIMARY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: STAFF SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-6 JUN 1986 – SEP 1986 (3 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-5 MAR 1982 – JUN 1986 (4 Years 3 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-4 SEP 1981 – MAR 1982 (6 Months)

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-5 SEP 1983 – MAR 1984 (6 Months)

MAR 1982 – SEP 1982 (6 Months)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-4 SEP 1981 – MAR 1982 (6 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 0131

(Description dates SEP 1975 – DEC 1994)

Unit diary clerks perform as pay and personnel data input clerks for the JUMPS/MMS and, where applicable, REMMPS or ARMS. Typical duties of unit diary clerks include reviewing source documents and checking references to determine proper entry requirements; reporting transactions into the applicable system via the unit diary; collecting and auditing feedback documents from the applicable system; taking corrective action, as required; monitoring and conducting audits on the Basic Individual Record (BIR)/Basic Training Record (BTR) and, where applicable, the Reserve Basic Individual Record (RBIR)/Reserve Basic Training Record (RBTR) and the Leave and Earnings Statement (LES); maintaining files on feedback reports from JUMPS/MMS, and where applicable, REMMPS or ARMS; preparation, verification, and monitoring of individual bond and allotment requests; taking action on disbursing notices; and performing other duties pertaining to pay when corrective action is required on the diary. Other duties and tasks performed may overlap those performed by personnel and administrative clerks. These include preparation of naval correspondence, maintenance of correspondence files and directives, and auditing individual field service records. MOS 0131 is assigned upon completing the Unit Diary Clerk Course, or upon demonstrating satisfactory performance during MOJT.

RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 0131

Administrative Clerk (DOT 219.362-010)

Audit Clerk (DOT 210.382-010)

Bookkeeping, Accounting, And Auditing Clerks (OES 55338) Clerk, General (DOT 209.562-010)

General Office Clerks (OES 55347)

Personnel Clerk (DOT 209.362-026)

Personnel Clerks, Except Payroll And Timekeeping (OES 55314)

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OCCUPATION: 8711, Ground Operations Specialist

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-5 MAR 1983 – SEP 1983 (6 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 8711

(Description dates SEP 1975 – APR 2013)

Ground operations specialists perform duties in an infantry operations and training section.

RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 8711

Infantry (ONET 55-3016.00)

Infantry Operations Specialist (DOT 378.367-022) Intelligence Clerk (DOT 249.387-014)

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OCCUPATION: 0151, Administrative Clerk

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: SERGEANT, Pay Grade E-5 SEP 1982 – MAR 1983 (6 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 0151

(Description dates SEP 1975 – DEC 1992)

Administrative clerks perform clerical and administrative duties incident to general administration. Typical duties of administrative clerks consist of the preparation of naval correspondence and messages; preparation and maintenance of correspondence files; preparation of command-issued directives; maintenance of the Marine Corps and Navy directives systems; preparation of funded and unfunded travel orders and endorsements thereto; preparation and maintenance of command-issued special orders; completion of general administrative requirements such as preparation of fitness reports, leave authorizations, meal cards, military/dependent identification cards, identification tags; and preparation and maintenance of command unit punishment books. Other duties performed may overlap those performed by personnel and unit diary clerks. These include auditing field service records; verifying information contained in unit diary feedback reports/personnel management reports; and verifying the accuracy of information contained in the JUMPS/MMS/REMMPS data bases. As required, the administrative clerk is assigned to the battalion/squadron legal office/section and is expected to routinely perform tasks in support of the administration of military justice. Administrative clerks are routinely assigned to staff level billets which may require a general knowledge of the functions of the staff section; i.e., HQMC staff section, G-3/S-3, G-4/S-4, etc. Unique duties and tasks of the particular staff section are obtained through MOJT. As required, the administrative clerk is assigned to perform duties within a Classified Material Control Center (CMCC) or, on an additional duty basis in the unit’s mailroom. Skills required to perform the duties and tasks of these assignments are obtained through MOJT. MOS 0151 is assigned upon completion of the administrative clerk Course or upon demonstrating satisfactory performance during MOJT.

RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 0151

Administrative Clerk (DOT 219.362-010)

Clerk, General (DOT 209.562-010)

Clerk-Typist (DOT 203.362-010)

General Office Clerks (OES 55347)

Office Clerks, General (ONET 43-9061.00)

Typists, Including Word Processing (OES 55307)

Word Processing Machine Operator (DOT 203.382-030)

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OCCUPATION: 0341, Mortarman

PRIMARY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, RESERVE: CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-4 SEP 1979 – SEP 1981 (2 Years)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-4 SEP 1978 – SEP 1979 (1 Year)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: LANCE CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-3 SEP 1977 – SEP 1978 (1 Year)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: PRIVATE, Pay Grade E-1 SEP 1976 – SEP 1977 (1 Year)

DUTY OCCUPATION:

MARINE CORPS, RESERVE: CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-4 SEP 1979 – SEP 1981 (2 Years)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-4 SEP 1978 – SEP 1979 (1 Year)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: LANCE CORPORAL, Pay Grade E-3 SEP 1977 – SEP 1978 (1 Year)

MARINE CORPS, ACTIVE: PRIVATE, Pay Grade E-1 SEP 1976 – SEP 1977 (1 Year)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 0341

(Description dates SEP 1975 – DEC 1996)

The mortarmen is responsible for the tactical employment of the 60mm light mortar and the 81mm medium mortar. Mortarmen provide indirect fire in support of the rifle and LAI squads/platoons/companies and the infantry and LAI battalions. They are located in the weapons platoons of the rifle and LAI companies and the weapons company of the infantry battalion. Noncommissioned officers are assigned as mortar gunners, forward observers, fire direction plotters, and squad and section leaders.

RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 0341

Infantry (ONET 55-3016.00)

Infantry Indirect Fire Crewmember (DOT 378.684-022)

** Note: Experience history data not available prior to FY 75 **

TRAINING HISTORY: COURSES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED

** Note: Description, Length, or Credit Recommendation will not be displayed for a course if that information is not available.

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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1995

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7400, Warfighting Skills Program (Warfighting) by Correspondence

LENGTH: Maximum, 104 weeks

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:

(MC-2204-0112, Exhibit dates JAN 1991 – NOV 2011)

Upon completion of the course, the student will understand the theory, nature, and levels of war; development of modern warfare tactics and maneuver warfare concepts and application; planning and writing of orders; techniques of combat leadership; methods of training and qualities needed for successful leadership; and concepts of combined arms operations and fire support.

Course consists of assigned reading of provided materials. These include historical analysis and required written exercises. Topics covered include fighting, small unit tactics, combat techniques, Marine Corps leadership, and combined arms.

CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION

(MC-2204-0112, Exhibit dates JAN 1991 – NOV 2011)

In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in military studies (11/01)(11/01).

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7400ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1995

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7401, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 12 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

The nature, styles, levels of war, the development of tactics in modern warfare, and the fundamentals of small unit tactics.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7401ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1995

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7402, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 9 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

Application of the fundamental tactical concepts of enemy critical weaknesses, mission tactics, focus of effort, the reserve, combined arms, and the relationship of attacking and defending.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7402ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1995

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7403, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 9 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

The concepts behind developing techniques; leadership and movement techniques; techniques for attacking; and techniques for defending.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7403AZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1995

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MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7404, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 10 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

The challenge to leadership in both peace and war, the qualities needed for successful leadership, and the techniques that the leader can use.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7404ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1995

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7405, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 6 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

The role of fire in tactics, the principles behind combined arms techniques, and the fundamental concepts for using indirect fire.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7405ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7200, Staff Noncommissioned Officers Advanced Nonresident Program (SNCOANP) by Correspondence

LENGTH: Maximum, 104-130 weeks

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:

(MC-1408-0028, Exhibit dates JAN 1990 – OCT 2008)

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to develop and maintain a physical fitness program for company size units; be familiar with drill, ceremonies, inspections, and awards up to battalion level; will have an introductory knowledge of marine military justice; and will have a basic background in administration and military forms.

Manuals with exercises and training suggestions are used. Multiple choice exams which are machine graded.

CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION

(MC-1408-0028, Exhibit dates JAN 1990 – OCT 2008)

Credit is not recommended because of the military-specific nature of the course (9/97)(9/97).

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7200ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7201, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 5 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

The basics of developing and maintaining a physical fitness program for a company-sized unit and for individuals, including the phases and principles of physical conditioning, nutrition, conditioning and maintenance programs, types of exercises, organizing a physical training period, physical fitness testing, and remedial programs.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7201AZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7202, UNKNOWN LENGTH: (Correspondence, 7 Hours.)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

Company and battalion drill including commands, formations, ceremonies, parades, awards, sword manual, and individual positions in various formations; types of clothing maintenance allowances, uniform fit and maintenance, and grooming standards; inspection procedures, mess night procedures.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7202AZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7203, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 10 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

Introduction to military law; overview of the military court system; use of the manual for Courts-Martial, locating maximum punishments, Article 13 rights, conducting a preliminary inquiry, search and seizures, and determining probable cause; nonjudicial punishment procedures, the accused’s rights at nonjudicial punishment, and the appeal of punishment.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7203AZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7204, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 11 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

Oral communications including briefing organization and techniques; written communication including the organization and format of written material, a review of grammar, punctuation, and the principles of writing. The style section covers the systematic organization of material, the development of ideas, and the evaluation of writing.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7204ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:AUG 1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7205, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 9.5 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

Consolidated administration; the Marine Corps directives system; Naval correspondence including formats of standard and business letters, AA forms, and various memoranda; performance evaluation procedures; information on separations; individual records, which include SRB/OQR, the ROS, DD Form 4, etc.; JUMPS/MMS; the UCMJ; the enlisted promotion system and military pay.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7205ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:JUL 1993 – JUL 1993

ARMY COURSE: DD151200021, Reserve Components Course (RCC)

LENGTH: 2 Weeks.

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates OCT 1991 – NOV 1998)

Includes instruction on organizational development skills, racism, sexism, anti-semitism, and many cross-cultural subjects; development of officer and noncommissioned officer staff skills. The course contains contact hours of instruction, including hours of service specific instruction.

VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING (ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: DD151200021)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: YEW, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: Unknown.

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – APR 2013) UNKNOWN

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: YEW)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1992

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MARINE CORPS COURSE: T8H, Staff Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Advanced

LENGTH: 10 weeks (365-427 hours)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:

(MC-2204-0076, Exhibit dates JUN 1987 – MAR 1992)

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to apply leadership concepts and theories to contemporary leadership issues in order to stimulate thought and encourage the exchange of ideas; communicate both orally and in writing in a clear and concise manner; and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of physical fitness and know how to establish, maintain, and evaluate a physical fitness training program. The student will understand the principles of military defensive and offensive tactics and the role of the effective military manager in peace and war.

Lectures, demonstrations, student presentation, guided discussions, practical exercises, and evaluations cover leadership principles and skills; oral and written communication; military management, customs, courtesies, and unit level tactics; and the design and implementation of physical fitness training.

CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION

(MC-2204-0076, Exhibit dates JUN 1987 – MAR 1992)

In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in leadership, 1 in public speaking, 1 in physical education, and 6 in military science (3/90)(3/90).

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: T8H)

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MILITARY TRAINING:APR 1989

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 7100, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: (Correspondence, 78 Hours.)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2004)

The SNCOCNP builds on the NCOBC curriculum with the specific purpose of developing effective Marine SNCO’s. Emphasis is on leadership and the basics of training management. Included is instruction in several areas–drill, uniform, and inspections; physical fitness; training management; administrative procedures; customs, courtesies, and discipline; uniform and clothing regulations; financial management; military law; and instruction. All SNCO’s are required to complete this program as a prerequisite for attending the SNCO Academy.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 7100ZZ)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1987

MARINE CORPS COURSE: AAD, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 13 Weeks, 2 Days.

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – DEC 2010)

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This course presents specialized instruction in the supervision of all areas of Marine Corps personnel administration on the manager level, to include legal administration, Joint Uniform Military Pay System/Manpower Management System (JUMPS/MMS), editing correspondence, files maintenance, Navy and Marine Corps directives systems, casualty reporting, separations, personnel assets and individual records, with an emphasis on office management.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: AAD)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1983

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 81C, Marine Corps Recruiter

LENGTH: 7 weeks (214-218 hours)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:

(MC-0327-0001, Exhibit dates AUG 1978 – MAR 1995)

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to determine if recruit applicants meet the requirements of the Marine Corps by using proper screening and processing procedures, use sales techniques in the recruiting process, use interpersonal communications and public speaking skills, use office management skills in recruiting substation operation, determine advertising and community relations necessary to meet recruiting needs, and use leadership skills to present proper image of the Marine Corps.

Lectures and practical exercises in recruitment of personnel. Course includes screening and processing procedures, sales techniques, public speaking, operation of recruiting substations, officer selection, community relations, advertising, leadership training, and typing.

CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION

(MC-0327-0001, Exhibit dates AUG 1978 – MAR 1995)

In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in salesmanship, 3 in business communications, 3 in clerical procedure, and 1 in leadership (6/91)(6/91).

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 81C)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1977

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 0DD, UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 5 Weeks.

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:

(Description Dates JUN 1955 – APR 2013)

Instruction places emphasis on the working knowledge of weapons organic to an infantry battalion, their maintenance, disassembly/assembly, engagement of targets on a live-fire range, and employment of weapons in a defensive position (during a field exercise). Instruction is designed to increase tactical knowledge of patrolling, land navigation, convoy security, defensive operations, rear area security, and maneuver warfare. Emphasis is also placed on drill, inspection, and military instruction.

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 0DD)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1976

MARINE CORPS COURSE: 034, Basic Mortarman

LENGTH: 5-7 weeks (173-488 hours)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:

(MC-2204-0047, Exhibit dates JUL 1974 – MAY 1997)

To provide intensive training in weapons and combat skills.

Lectures and practical exercises cover 81mm mortar; 60mm mortar; offensive, defensive, and patrolling operations; land navigation; and offensive and defensive tactics.

CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION

(MC-2204-0047, Exhibit dates JUL 1974 – MAY 1997)

Credit is not recommended because of the military-specific nature of the course (5/87)(5/87).

(MARINE CORPS TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 034)

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MILITARY TRAINING:1995

MARINE CORPS COURSE: M82

MILITARY TRAINING:1993

MARINE CORPS COURSE: T3X

INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

** Note: Limited training history is available prior to FY 84 (ARMY); FY 78 (NAVY); FY 70 (AIR FORCE); FY 67 (MARINE CORPS)

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OCT 1990,MAN INTERGRATE STUDI AUG 1990,

BUS FINANCE MAY 1990

BUS 600 INTGRTD STDS

AUG 1989,MGT 552 PERS MGT

MAY 1989

BUS 560 ACCT THRY & MAY 1989

BUS 564 MRKTNG THRY MAY 1989

MGT 591 LGL ISS IN M MAY 1989

MGT 593 LBR RLTNS DEC 1988

BUS 554 ANLYS OF MGT DEC 1988

BUS 562 CURR ECON AN DEC 1988

BUS 563 BUS LAW

DEC 1988

MGT 556 ACCT & FIN AUG 1988

BUS 500 BUSINESS AUG 1988

MGT 500 MANAGEMENT JUL 1983

PHYS PSYCHMAY 1983

BASIC ALG MAY 1983

CONTEMP SOC PRINC APR 1983

PRIN OR LINGUIST MAR 1983,

INFO SYSTEMS FEB 1983

CHILD LIT FEB 1983

THEATRE ARTS NOV 1982

SUBST ABUSE PAR OCT 1982

FUND OF HUMANITIES AUG 1982

ORGANIZ DVLPMNT JUL 1982

INTRO PERSONALITY JUN 1982

PRINC OF SOC MAR 1981

INSTR STAT MAR 1981

LIT ADOLESC

MAR 1981,PRIN TCH SEC ED DEC 1980,AMER LIT II

DEC 1980,CONTEMP PROBS DEC 1980,INSTR METHODS

DEC 1980,PHYS ED

DEC 1980,TCH READ SCOL

SEP 1980,ADOLESC PSYCH

SEP 1980,ADV COMP CREAT SEP 1980,CRS ROLE EXP

SEP 1980,INT CRS ROLE

SEP 1980,LIT 1780-PRES

OFF DUTY EDUCATION:

AUG 1980,JOGGING

JUN 1980,AMER LIT

JUN 1980,MOD ENG GRAMMAR MAR 1980,CRS CULT ENVIRON MAR 1980,MASS COMM MED II DEC 1979,ADV CRS ROLE

DEC 1979,EDU PSYCH

DEC 1979,ENGL COMP 2

DEC 1979,LIT TO 1780

SEP 1979,FUND PUB SPK

SEP 1979,HUMAN GROWTH DV SEP 1979,JOURN WRITING AUG 1979,PHIL II

AUG 1979,PSYCH

AUG 1979,SCI II

AUG 1979,SOC SCI

APR 1979,INTRO TO ART

APR 1979,MATH

APR 1979,MILITARY ED

APR 1979,PHIL I

APR 1979,PRIN BIOLOGY

JAN 1979,FRENCH II

NOV 1978,AMER ECONOMY NOV 1978,BUSINESS

NOV 1978,INTRO TO LIT

NOV 1978,INTRO TO WRITING NOV 1978,LATIN AMERICA NOV 1978,WORLD CIV

OCT 1978,READ WORKSHOP AUG 1978,FUND COMP

AUG 1978,SCI COMP PROG JUN 1978,FRENCH 1

JUN 1978,US HIST

MAY 1978,AMER GOVT

MAY 1978,BASIC GRAMMAR MAY 1978,COLL STUDY TECH MAY 1978,CRIM JUSTICE

MAY 1978,EDU PSYCH

MAY 1978,MAN & HIS ENVIRON MAY 1978,SCIENCE

OCT 1976,GEN PSYCH 1

DEC 1975,GEN CHEM

DEC 1975,MASS COMM MED DEC 1975,PRIN OF BIO

DEC 1975,US HIST 1900-PRES MAY 1975,ADV PSYCH

MAY 1975,ART AN INTRO

MAY 1975,BIOLOGY

MAY 1975,LIT & COMP

VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 12 of 12

END OF AUTOMATED MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY DATA

** Note: This history includes only the centrally automated experience and training information that the services maintained on your military record **

LEGEND CODE:

DOT: Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the Department of Labor

OES: Occupational Employment Statistics published by the Office of Personnel Management ONET: Occupational Information Network

DD FORM 2586, JAN 2010 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE



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