The approximate date that composite scores will be

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the approximate date that composite scores will be computed, and the months composite scores for each quarter are reflected on the unit's DFR for each Reserve promotion quarter: MCTFS CS DATA CS MONTHS CS IS PROMOTION PERIOD ELEMENTS CUTOFF COMPUTED* ON UNIT'S DFR January 20 November 30 November Dec, Jan, Feb April 2 0 February 28 February Mar, Apr, May July 20 May 31 May Jun, Jul, Aug October 20 August 31 August Sep, Oct, Nov * Composite scores for each regular and reserve promotion quarter are computed approximately 5-10 days after the "MCTFS CS DATA ELEMENTS CUTOFF." 5. A Marine is not promoted until the commander issues a promotion certificate to the Marine. Many errors occur in which a Marine is not promoted by issuance of a promotion certificate because of administrative oversight by the command; i.e., failure to promote on the 1st of the month or 2-16
MCO P1400.32D w Ch 1 17 Dec 08 erroneously entering "not recommended for promotion" in the MCTFS. When a Marine has a "Sel Grade" in the MCTFS and the promotion is not effected because of an administrative error by the command, or because of a Marine's transient/leave status, the command will effect the promotion on the unit diary with a date of rank and effective date of the 1st day of the selected 2-16A
MARCORPROMMAN, VOL 2, ENLPROM 2202 month. The certificate must reflect the same dates asinput on the unit diary. The following situations are examples of delayed promotions: a. If'a Marine is actually promoted by a previous commander, but the previous command fails to input the promotion in MCTFS,the receiving command will administratively promote the Marine in the system with a date of rank and effective date of the 1st of the month, as reflected on the promotion certificate. b. If the 1st of the month occurs on a weekend or holiday, the date of rank and effective date for both the promotion certificate and unit diary entry should reflect the 1st of the month, and the Marine should be promoted on the next working day. 6. Intended MOS Promotions. Reserve LCpls and Cpls in formal schools, training/retraining assignments (including MOS conversions), or who have reenlisted and had a lateral move approved in conjunction with their reenlistment, and are serving with a basic primary MOS (e.g., 0200), are considered for promotion in their intended MOS, provided the intended MOS was effective on or prior to the date of the quarterly promotion authority MARADMIN. Marines who are promoted under their intended MOS, and later fail to complete the qualifications for that MOS, will be administratively reduced (paragraph 6002.1 applies). A LCpl or Cpl who reenlists and makes a lateral move is no longer eligible to be promoted in his or her former primary MOS. EXAMPLE 1: A Marine with a primary MOS of 0151 reenlists on 29 March 2004 and is approved for a lateral move to MOS 0241 effective 29 March 2004.

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