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Have you taken the steps
to ensure your success!
∑ Review Records
∑ Update SRB (S1/G1)
∑ Add Missing OERs
∑ Update & Add DA Photo VIOS AKO Login Required
∑ Add Military School Data. DA 1059
∑ University Official Transcripts only. No Diplomas will be allowed.
∑ Add Missing Awards
∑ Validate New Data in System!
Specialty Branch Transfer
Scheduling for Basic Officers Leaders Course (BOLC),
contact the following USAR point of contacts:
Again, thank you for your service and dedication to your unit and the Army Reserve.
Career progression is important and it is your responsibility to ensure you meet the standards to maintain your career as an Officer in the United States Army Reserve. It is necessary for you to:
∑ Obtain your four-year degree.
∑ Contact the Initial Military Training Team to schedule Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC).
∑ Complete your Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC). And ensure the schoolhouse uploads the DA 1059 to iPERMS database.
∑ Contact Your Career Management Officer, to review your career path and discuss the future of your military career and for additional information.
This site is here to assist you in your career progression. Check back for updates on information relevant to your career.
Contact an Army Reserve Career Management Officers, to review your career path and discuss the future of your military career and for additional information.
∑ Any Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) (DA 1059 in iPERMS)
∑ DA 71 (Oath of Office in iPERMS)
∑ Letter of Appointment (Commissioning Source in iPERMS)
∑ Baccalaureate Degree complete
∑ Transcripts in iPERMS
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Last Updated April 17, 2017
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