SUBJECT: IMPLEMENTING ARMY DIRECTIVE 2013-12 CONCERNING CHRONIC ADJUSTMENT DISORDER
Milper Message Number 13-195
PROCEDURES FOR THE FY14 QUALITATIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (QMP) FOR SENIOR NCOS ...Issued: [25 Jul 13]...
ALARACT 324/2012, EXCEPTION TO POLICY GUIDANCE FOR BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING (BAH) WAIVERS, DTG: 141232Z
NOV 12. This ALARACT cancels and replaces three previous ALARACT MESSAGES and provides implementation guidance for all
Soldiers who desire to receive BAH at other than the Permanent Duty Station (PDS) location when circumstances require the
dependents to reside separately. The policies in this message apply to all Soldiers regardless of component. See the message for
specific guidance and submission format and procedures
ALARACT 350/2011 Public Displays of Affection by Soldiers
MILPER Message Number 12-144
UPDATED MEDICAL READINESS CLASSIFICATION (MRC) REASON CODES IN EMILPO
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a. ALARACT 117/2012, SAFE SLEEP PRACTICES AND SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME (SIDS) RISK REDUCTION IN ARMY
CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL (CYS)SERVICES SETTINGS, DTG 261209Z APR 12. Garrison Commanders must ensure that CYS
Services Management and Direct Care Staff, as well as Family Child Care (FCC) providers who care for infants are vigilant in following
the published Army policy and operational procedures in this message.
b. ALARACT 118/2012, DD FORM 93 UPDATE: DESIGNATION OF PERSONS AUTHORIZED TO DIRECT DISPOSITION OF REMAINS
OF MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES, DTG 261249Z APR 12. In accordance with the FY12 National Defense Authorization Act, a
Soldier may now designate any person in Item 13A of DD Form 93, as the person authorized to direct disposition (PADD) regardless of
the relationship of the designee to the Soldier.
c. ALARACT 119/2012, SERVICE REMAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR ATTENDANCE TO THE US ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR
ACADEMY, DTG 261609Z APR 12. Soldiers attending the Resident USASMC incur a 24-month service remaining requirement.
Attendance in the Non-Resident USASMC incurs a 6-month service remaining requirement. See the message for details.
d. ALARACT 120/2012, 2ND QTR FY12 AIRCRAFT, UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM (UAS), AND AIRSHIP MISSION EQUIPMENT
PACKAGE (MEP) REQUIREMENTS FOR OEF (FOUO), DTG 262255Z APR 12. Deploying units will coordinate through their ACOM or
ASCC with AMCOM and appropriate Project/Product Managers for the application of required MEP for their aircraft, UAS, and/or airship.
This message serves as a baseline Operational Need Statement (ONS) for the MEP applicable to aircraft deploying to OEF. See the
message for details.
e. ALARACT 121/2012, CIVILIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM (CES) POLICY CHANGES, DTG 271535Z APR 12. CES policy has been
updated to assist Army leaders, supervisors, and managers to better determine command requirements for CES, more clearly
understand their civilian employees' training and leader development requirements and make appropriate recommendations for their
professional development. See the message for details.
f. ALARACT 122/2012, EXTENSION OF THE PILOT TO PAY FLPB AT 1/1 PROFICIENCY LEVEL FOR SOF PERSONNEL ASSIGNED
TO ARSOF (AR 11-6, ARMY FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROGRAM, CHAPTER 6, FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY BONUS), DTG
272148Z APR 12. This ALARACT extends all provisions of ALARACT 161/2011 and ALARACT 217/2011 for an additional 18 months
from 1 May 2012 to 31 October 2013. See the message for details.
g. ALARACT 124/2012, THE 2012 CPT JOHN R. TEAL LEADERSHIP AWARD, DTG 301449Z APR 12. The Surgeon General will
convene a selection board of senior 70H MSC officers and noncommissioned officers to select the CPT John R. Teal Leadership Award
recipients on or about 11-15 June. See the message for details on nomination and selection.
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