1. FRAGO 11 TO HQDA EXORD 210-20 CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) TRANSITION FRAMEWORK, DTG: 211909Z AUG 20. Among other items included in this FRAGO is the following: https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
a. (3.D.13.D.) [RESTATED] All Soldiers on assignment to Korea will continue movement IAW their assignment instructions or request for orders as an exemption to HQDA’s transition framework. The Republic of Korea (ROK) government and U.S. Forces Korea already require 100% screening, testing, and quarantining for all personnel entering the ROK, regardless of the traveler’s point of origin.
b. (3.D.13.D.1.) [CHANGE TO READ] the intent is for soldiers, families and DA civilians personnel to conduct a single 14-day quarantine. All Soldiers, family members, and DA civilians on assignment to Korea from CONUS with a report date after 30 August 2020 are authorized to report 7 days early and up to 20 days after their report date without further adjustments to their orders.
c. 3.D.13.D.2. (u) [CHANGE TO READ] CONUS based soldiers on assignment to Korea are required to travel via the Patriot Express (PE) (Annex R). This does not include unit deployments or temporary duty. If PE does not have capacity, personnel are authorized to fly commercial at the discretion of the CTO and do not require an exception to policy (Annex R). Depending on Patriot Express capacity, pet owners may be authorized to fly commercial without an 8th Army general officer exception to policy (Annex R).
d. 3.D.13.D.2.A. (U) [ADD] Personnel traveling to Korea will continue to use the Patriot Express as primary means of travel. If Patriot Express is fully booked, CTO’s are authorized to book commercial travel to Incheon International Airport. All Army affiliated personnel will utilize 8th Army transportation for movement from Incheon Int’l Airport or Osan AFB to Camp Humphreys. All personnel will conduct a 14-day quarantine and COVID-19 testing as required by the ROK government and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
e. 3.D.23.A. (U) [CHANGE TO READ] IAW Force Health Protection (FHP) Supplement 12 (Annex II), all Soldiers travelling from or through a CDC THN level-3 country to the United States on official travel will undergo a 14-day ROM upon arrival at their residence or other appropriate location. Additionally, Soldiers travelling from or through a CDC THN level 1,2, or 3 country to the United States will self-monitor for COVID-19 signs and symptoms for 14 days and comply with all installation, CDC, state, and local guidance upon arrival in the United States. Army civilians, family members, and contractors are strongly recommended to follow this FHP guidance for return to the UNITED STATES from international travel.
f. 3.D.29. (U) [CHANGE TO READ] Soldiers, family members, DA Civilians, and contractors departing on official travel from the United States to another country will conduct a pre-travel 14-day ROM, unless the GCC or host nation (HN) requires a 14-day ROM at the destination location. Only one ROM is required, either before travel or after arrival. See Annex PP for a list of country ROM and test requirements. Updates to this information will be provided by the applicable ASCC.
g. 3.D.30.F. (U) [CHANGE TO READ] Travel to and from an aerial point of debarkation/embarkation (APOD/APOE) following a negative COVID-19 test result (or medical clearance) will be conducted in a manner that minimizes the risk of personnel being exposed to or contracting the virus that causes COVID-19 during travel. Commanders may authorize leave necessary for the most direct means of travel. Any personal leave beyond what is needed for direct travel must be taken before administering the COVID-19 test.
2. ARMY G-1 COVID-19 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) 21 AUGUST 2020. From the Army G-1 Personnel Contingency Cell (PCC): The FAQs attached at the following link are provided to answer common questions being asked after the publication of FRAGO 9, 10, and 11 to HQDA EXORD 210-10. Some of the subjects covered include Restriction of Movement (ROM) requirements for Soldiers and DA Civilians, entitlements available, family travel, and passport and visa processing delays. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
3. ARMY DISASTER PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEM (ADPAAS) EVACUATION OPERATIONS. From the Army G-1 PCC: The Army Disaster Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (ADPAAS) is the Army’s system of record for disaster personnel accountability and Army Regulation 600-86 requires Army units to use ADPAAS for accountability and status reporting during disasters. ADPAAS enables commanders and their designated representatives at all levels in the Army to account for personnel and track personnel status during natural and manmade disasters. Army Regulation 525-94, Evacuation of U.S. Citizens and Designated Aliens from Threatened Areas (23 March 2020), directed that ADPAAS will also be used to track personnel status during ordered evacuations in CONUS and OCONUS. Read more at the following link. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
4. ARMY TALENT MANAGEMENT TASK FORCE (ATMTF) WEEKLY SITREP, 11-17 AUG 2020. MEDIA ENGAGEMENT. Included in this SITREP, Command Assessment Program, Preparation Guide for BCAP and CCAP, 1AG Talent Alignment Assessment, Alternate Promotion Authority, Army Coaching, Transition Permeability, and Direct Commission. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
5. VOTING ITEMS FROM THE HRC VOTING ACTION OFFICER.
a. 2020 ARMY VOTING ACTION PLAN. The document at the following link provides 2020 Guidance for Installation and Unit Voting Assistance Officers. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
b. 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION FLYER. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
6. Recently published Army Directives (AD) and All Army Activity (ALARACT) messages. None. New ALARACTs and ADs are also posted on APD at the following link. https://armypubs.army.mil/defa
7. Recently published Military Personnel (MILPER) messages and Military Pay E-Messages. All MILPER messages are available on the HRC MILPER web page at https://www.hrc.army.mil/Milpe
a. MILPER MESSAGE 20-264, CHANGE 2 TO CONSOLIDATED ENLISTED PROMOTIONS EXCEPTIONS TO POLICY GUIDANCE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) OUTBREAK. ISSUED: [8/18/2020 4:41:21 PM]. This is applicable to the Regular Army (RA) and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) and updates consolidated ETPs for promotions and extends the ETPs through 31 Dec 20. See the message for specifics. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
b. MILPER MESSAGE 20-265, U.S. ARMY FUTURES COMMAND EMERGING TECHNOLOGY OPPORTUNITIES, ISSUED: [8/18/2020 5:28:59 PM]. The U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC) Emerging Technology Opportunities (ETO) is accepting applications for consideration for Soldier Led Software Factory, and the Artificial Intelligence Cloud Technician (Master Gunner) programs for Fiscal Year 2021 and 2022 (FY21-22). We are seeking Soldiers who possess the knowledge, skills, or have a strong interest in software development, or cloud engineering. AFC Emerging Technology Opportunities are open to Active Component (Army), Officers, Warrants and Enlisted Soldiers (rank specific guidelines outlined in catalog). The application deadline for FY21 programs is 15 October 2020. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
8. S1NET MEMBER/UNIT CONTRIBUTIONS. The following unit/individually developed products or information have been contributed to S1NET for the use and benefit of all members/units. These products have not been reviewed nor sanctioned by TRADOC or the AG School, and may be specific to the unit/component/location.
a. SOLDIER FAMILY READINESS GROUP (SFRG) SOP. “This SOP was created with guidance from Army Directive 2019-17 (Changes the Family Readiness Group to the Soldier and Family Readiness Group Program); this directive establishes policy changes to fundraising, reporting, and informal funds activities for the Soldier and Family Readiness Group (SFRG) Program.” Contributed by CW3 Rachani Thaicum. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
b. FAMILY CARE PLAN CHECKLIST AND FORMS. “Family Care Plan prepares the Soldier and the family in advance for the Soldier’s deployment and reassures a deployed Soldier that everything is taken care of at home, minimizing family-related stress and enabling the Soldier to concentrate more fully on his/her mission.” Contributed by CW3 Rachani Thaicum. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
9. FORSCOM WIAS POSITIONS (UPDATED A/O 18 AUG 20). https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
10. ARNG/USAR POSITIONS/JOBS AVAILABLE. S1NET members have posted the following RC position/job vacancy information. For a listing of all USAR primary vacancies (updated weekly) visit https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
a. SURVEY AND DESIGN CHIEF VACANCY POSITION, CW3/120A, HHC 926TH ENG BDE, MONTGOMERY, AL. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
b. D & F CO, 3-518TH REGT / TPU / 2 VACANCIES (CPT/01A): HIGH POINT, NC & EDISON, NJ. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
c. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LIAISON OFFICE (EPLO) VACANCIES AND DSCA 101 BRIEF, VARIOUS LOCATIONS. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
d. SEEKING MOVEMENT OPERATIONS CHIEF (O5/90A) AND NCOIC (E8/88N), WIESBADEN, GERMANY, U.S. ARMY EUROPE G3. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
e. TOUR OF DUTY POSITION 250705, IPPS-A SUPPORT NCO (SGT-SFC), INDIANAPOLIS, IN. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
f. 10TH BATTALION, 80TH REGIMENT (OES) DETACHMENT COMMANDER AND FIRST SERGEANT VACANCIES, SCHENECTADY, NY. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
g. USAR IPPS-A TEAM ACTIVELY SEEKING TROOP PROGRAM UNIT (TPU) OFFICERS AND NCOS FOR IMMEDIATE ACTIVE DUTY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT STARTING 1 OCT 20. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/
h. 2ND BDE, ATD, 84TH TC, TPU, MAJ/42H, S-1 OFFICER VACANCY, NEWPORT, RI. https://www.milsuite.mil/book/