Report: Accountability Counseling

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It is required that I maintain 100% accountability for you at all times. You are required to ensure that I know where you are at all times by contacting me regularly. Below are the times for the five formations we will have each duty day in which you are required to be present for each of them. If you are having any issues making it to any of these formations, you are to call me immediately, as soon as possible in advance so I am able to account for you and/or make any necessary arrangements needed to assist you in making it to your appointed place of duty. (my contact information is provided below). Missing formations or being late to formations will not be tolerated and will result in a negative counseling and corrective training. If missing or being late to formation happens more than once, adverse actions can be taken which can result in separation from the Army. It is required that you are accounted for and formed up in your appointed squad 15 minutes prior to each time given below. If you have duties such as CQ, Staff Duty, or any other special task given, be at those appointed places of duty on time. Be where you are supposed to be at the proper time in the proper uniform.

FORMATION TIMES:

First Call/Accountability/ Physical Training Formation:
0630hrs

Work Call Formation:
0900hrs

Lunch Time Formation:
1130hrs
Lunch is from 1130hrs-1300hrs (Unless stated otherwise)

Return from Lunch Formation:
1300hrs

End of Day Formation:
1630hrs

*THESE ARE THE NORMAL DUTY TIMES/HOURS; OTHER DUTY FORMATION TIMES AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE ADDRESSED AS REQUIRED.*

* SUPERVISORY CHAIN
Below is a list of your immediate chain of command. Ensure that you are going through the proper channels if you are having any issues, questions and/or concerns. Ensure the first person you go to is me. I am your squad leader and I will ensure that any questions you have are answered and any issues you may have WILL be taken care of in a timely manner. Please allow me the opportunity to assist you before you take any issues any higher than me. Although 1SG and SFC Platoon SGT offers an open door policy, do not abuse it. I am more than motivated to work with you to ensure that your issues and concerns are taken care of immediately with quality results. Do not hesitate to come to me! Do not hesitate to use your battle buddies as a means of support when needed. Look out for your battle buddies as well. We are a great team and we are all here for each other!

A. Commander- CPT Snuffy, Donna
B. 1st Sergeant- 1SG Austin, Texas
C. Team Leader- 2LT Oakland, California
D. Platoon Sergeant- SFC Platoon, Sergenat
E. Squad Leader- __________________________ Phone Number- ________________________

*USE YOUR SUPERVISORY CHAIN/CHAIN OF COMMAND; ENSURE YOU KEEP YOUR SQUAD LEADER INFORMED OF APPOINTMENTS OR ANY PROBLEMS YOU MAY HAVE. LEADERSHIP IS THERE TO HELP YOU, DON T BE AFRAID TO USE THEM.*

*PHYSICAL FITNESS
PT is routinely conducted each day during duty hours using the Army's Physical Readiness Training (PRT) which can be referenced in TC 3-22.20; however, PT is highly encouraged to be conducted on your own in addition to our daily PT sessions. You are required to maintain your body in accordance with AR 670-9, thus I expect you to give 100% each day at PT. Do not cheat your body. Push yourself past your limits further and further each day and strive to exceed the standard! As part of your PT routine, include cardiovascular and strength training. The standard uniform will vary by season/weather thus ensure that you have all sets of issued PT uniforms. During the cold seasons, long sleeve PT shirt, pants, jacket, gloves with fleece cap and Army PT shorts worn under your pants is the standard (be prepared to downgrade your uniform at any time). During the Warm seasons, Army PT shorts and short sleeve shirts is the standard. (At all times while in PTs, conducting PT...
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