Member Resources for USCG Reservists:
Manuals and Instructions
Personnel and Pay Procedures Manual (PPPM)
Chapter 11 - Mobilization/Demobilization Process
Reserve Policy Manual
Chapter 1 - Coast Guard Reserve
Chapter 2 – Inactive Duty
Chapter 3 – Active Duty
Chapter 4 – Participation Standards
Chapter 5 – Assignments and Transfers
Chapter 6 – Reserve Incapacitation System
Chapter 7 – Promotions, Advancements, Reductions, Changes in Rating
Chapter 8 – Separations & Transfer to the Retired Reserve
Family Care Plan, DoD Inst. 1342.19
Policy concerning the care of a dependent family members
Recall of Enlisted Reservists to Extended Active Duty
Medals and Awards Manual
Weight/ Physical Fitness Standards Instruction
Servicing Personnel Officer (SPO) Manual
Part VII Reserve Unique Transactions
Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR)
Chapter 7, Part G – Travel of Reserve Component (RC) Member
Federal Laws / Recall Authorities & Procedures
10 U.S.C. 12301 - Reserve components generally
- This statue deals with types of voluntary and involuntary recall authorities. Most frequently used is 12301(d) which deals with volunteer active duty for both contingency and non-contingency orders.
- ADOS-AC and ADOS-RC
10 U.S.C. 12302 - Ready Reserve
- This statue deals with involuntary recall of reservists for up to 24 months.
- Most frequently used statute for involuntary "Title 10" orders.
10 U.S.C. 12322 - Active duty for health care
- This statue deal with voluntary retention of a reservist on activity duty for the purposes of healthcare.
- See also 10 U.S.C. 12301(h)
14 U.S.C. 712 - Ready Reserve
- This statue deals with involuntary recall of Ready Reservists to active duty for a maximum of 60 days in any four-month period or 120 days in any two-year period during a, or to aid in prevention of an imminent, serious natural or manmade disaster, accident, catastrophe, act of terrorism or transportation security incident.
- DoD organization that promotes cooperation and understanding between reservists and
- employers Provides information about Uniformed Services Employment and
- Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) and mediates disputes.
Reserve Training & Readiness
Reserve Individual Training Plan/F.O.R.M Tool
Periodic Health Assessment
Medical and dental assistance from CGMA
- Section 3-C-4 of the CGMA Manual
- Applications are available Online
- From your CGMA Representative or
- By calling CGMA-HQ at (800) 881-2462 or (202) 493-6621