Provide medical clearance to participate in the

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• Provide medical clearance to participate in the BCP/RCP. • List any physical limitations or restrictions. • Recommend weight and body fat reduction goals. • Recommend nutritional and dietary measures. Commander's Determination Once the medical evaluation is done, the CCI/CPTR will deliver the BCP package to the commander/OIC. The commander/OIC will conduct an assessment and make an assignment decision. Counseling, Unit Diary Entry If assigned to BCP, the following actions will be taken. • The Marine will be counseled on the noted deficiencies, required corrective action, and information regarding BCP assignment responsibilities. • The Marine will acknowledge notification of deficiencies and of BCP assignment by signing the BCP evaluation form and a Page 11/6105 counseling entry within the Marine's SRB. • The unit will submit a copy of the BCP evaluation form to the appropriate servicing personnel administration center (PAC) for unit diary recording when the commander/OIC has made a formal BCP assignment. The Marine is not officially on the BCP until the unit diary entry is complete. Assignment to BCP & RCP Marines on their first BCP assignment will not be removed from the program during their initial six- month assignment. This measure is required to ensure that healthy weight and body fat loss techniques are employed and appropriate attitude and lifestyle adjustments are made. In addition, the following steps will be taken. • The Marine will be assigned to the remedial conditioning program (RCP) if cleared for
participation. The RCP may also be known as the remedial physical conditioning program (RPCP). • If this is the first BCP assignment, the CCI/CPTR will ensure the Marine enrolls and completes the Semper Fit Basic Fitness course, Marine Corps Institute (MCI) 4133. • If this is the second or subsequent BCP assignment, the CCI/CPTR will ensure the Marine enrolls and completes the Semper Fit Advance Fitness course, MCI 4134. Make Final Determination At the conclusion of the six-month period, the CCI/CPTR will complete the final BCE and deliver the package to the commander/OIC for a final determination. The following actions are taken. • The commander/OIC will make a final determination regarding the assignment. Depending on the circumstances, the commander/OIC may remove the Marine from the BCP, grant an extension, or process the Marine for administrative separation. • The CCI/CPTR will enter the determination on the evaluation form and retain it for the record. • The unit will submit a copy of the BCP evaluation form to the servicing Personnel Administration Center (PAC) for unit diary recording. The Marine's status will not officially change until the unit diary entry is complete. ADDITIONAL BCP GUIDELINES MCO 6110.3 provides the following additional guidelines regarding extensions, removal, second or subsequent assignments, and repeat failures for the BCP.

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