Reports

The Army Qualitative Retention Board (QRB): What You Should Know

So, you just received a memorandum that you meet the criteria for review by the Army Qualitative Retention Board. We feel your anxiety and stress. The first thing I must say is congratulations, you have served at least 20 years for your country. Be proud, and do not allow the stress of a QRB dictate …

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Unit Manning Report Tips for Small Unit Leaders

The Unit Manning Report, often referred to as the Unit Manning Roster is quite perhaps the most important personnel document a small unit leader can use to track the readiness of their unit. It provides both a snapshot and an in depth analysis of the personnel strength of an Army Unit. When used wisely, this …

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026 Report Tips for Small Unit Leaders

The 026 Report is an Army Maintenance Report, which lists all deadlined and non-mission capable equipment in a unit.  Typically, there is one 026 Report for each Brigade level organization in the Army.  Within each Brigade, the equipment is listed by the subordinate unit, usually by Unit Identification Code (UIC). On Active Duty, the report …

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How to Manage the NOVAL, Non Val, or No Validated Pay Report

As a Company Commander, Readiness NCO or First Sergeant in the Army National Guard, one of your most important and “VISIBLE” reports is your NOVAL Pay Report, often referred to as the Non-Val or No-Validated Pay Report.  This report identifies a list of Soldiers who failed to attend training and have not been paid in the …

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