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MCI 0084 Handbook

MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE

CAREER RETENTION SPECIALIST HANDBOOK

MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON, DC

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE 912 CHARLES POOR STREET SE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD DC 20391-5680 IN REPLY REFER TO:

1550 01 Aug 05 CAREER RETENTION SPECIALIST (MCI 0084) 1. Purpose. This handbook for career retention specialists (CRS) is published to provide reference material to all Marines whose duties require them to understand the basic tasks of a CRS. 2. Scope. This handbook addresses the reference material needed for the following: choosing the Marines who need a CRS interview and specifying the type of interview, researching the Marine’s performance history for eligibility and career options, meeting with the Marine and discussing career options, supporting the interview between Marine and CO, collecting endorsements for Marine’s retention request, creating and submitting retention requests, extensions, and contracts. 3. Applicability. This handbook is intended for instructional purposes only. It is designed for used by Marines of all grades. It should be used in conjunction with MCI 0084, Career Retention Specialists.

T.M. FRANUS By direction

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Page Appendix A: Reenlistment Prerequisites and Waivers.................................................. Appendix B: MARADMIN 368/03 .............................................................................. Appendix C: Lateral Move Program Page Excerpts...................................................... Appendix D: Special Duty Assignments and Excerpts from MCO P1326.6.................. Appendix E: Duty Station Preferences ......................................................................... Appendix F: FY 2055 Boatspace Report Excerpt ......................................................... Appendix G: Benefits of Membership in Selected Marine Corps Reserves ................... Appendix H: Reenlistment Eligibility Codes................................................................ Appendix I: Career Planning Contact Record (1133).................................................... Appendix J: Route Sheet Example ............................................................................... Appendix K: RELM Request ....................................................................................... Appendix L: Agreement to Extend Enlistment (1133) (NAVMC 321a) Example ......... Appendix M: DD Form 4............................................................................................. A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 F-1 G-1 H-1 I-1 J-1 K-1 L-1 M-1

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APPENDIX A Reenlistment Prerequisites and Waivers1
4103. REENLISTMENT PREREQUISITES 1. Basic Reenlistment Prerequisites. The following basic re- enlistment prerequisites pertain to all Marines applying for reenlistment: a. Have demonstrated the high standards of leadership, professional competence, and personal behavior required to maintain the prestige and quality standards of the Marine Corps. A Marine who is guilty of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), on or off base, has not met the personal behavior requirement. b. Have demonstrated the core values of honor, courage and commitment. c. Be world wide deployable and fit for rigorous combat duty at sea and on foreign shore. (HIV positive Marines are excluded from this prerequisite. Commanding Officer's certification re-mains "yes" to protect Marine's privacy). d. Meet medical/dental standards as prescribed in the Manual of the Medical Department (MANMED). Provided the Marine is otherwise qualified for reenlistment, an extension may be requested for sufficient time to obtain treatment to meet prescribed dental standards. An HIV positive status shall not be used to deny reenlistment to members on continuous active duty. Marines on light or limited duty...
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