Army NCO Counseling Pack All in one Updated November 2017
Counseling Soldiers has always been a challenge for new Noncommissioned
Officers so our team of NCOs has created over 60 Counseling Statement
Examples with updated forms and regulations to provide all NCOs the best
resource needed to produce clean and to the point counseling statements.
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Late For Duty
Under Age Drinking
Failure to Report
Diagnostic APFT Failure
Low APFT Score Prior to BLC
Overweight Prior to BLC
Failure to Conduct Risk Assessment
Disobeying an Order
Drunk on Duty
Letter of Reprimand
Negligent Weapons Discharge
Improper Use of Prescription Drugs
Off Limits Areas
No Contact Order
Family Care Plan
Initial Counseling PVT-SPC
Loss Military Property
Lost Military ID Card
Bar To Reenlist
Government Travel Card
Initial Family Care Plan
Invalid Family Care Plan
NCO Quarterly Counseling
AWOL Letter Home
AWOL Point Paper
GT Score Improvement
Off Duty Employment
Good Job Counseling
Good Conduct Medal Not Approved
Failure to Follow the Chain of Command
Includes the following Counseling Examples:
1. When will the new NCOER be available?
A: Due to the recently approved changes, the scheduled implementation is 1 January 2016.
2. What is the reason for the delay?
A: During a review of the new NCOER, the Sergeant Major of the Army and his Senior
Enlisted Council expressed concerns about the effects of the 49% “MOST QUALIFIED”
control box assessment on future NCO promotion rates. In order to identify the absolute best
talent within the NCO Corps, the SMA and his Senior Enlisted Council recommended to the
CSA and SECARMY and they approved a senior rater profile limited to 24%.
This change will slightly postpone implementation (1 January 2016) to allow HRC to revise IT
systems, publications, forms, and Army-wide training materials.
3. Will I still be competitive if I receive a “HIGHLY QUALIFIED” NCOER?
A: Yes. Because the “HIGHLY QUALIFIED” box will be the norm, NCOs will remain
competitive for promotion with “HIGHLY QUALIFIED” NCOERs given they complete their
required professional military education.
4. With a senior rater profile limited to 24%, when will a senior rater be able to render a
second “MOST QUALIFIED” selection if they already utilized their “Silver bullet?” A
third “MOST QUALIFIED?” A fourth “MOST QUALIFIED?”
A: Because the senior rater profile is limited to 24%, a senior rater can render a “MOST
QUALIFIED” assessment for a particular grade (E-6 through E-9) as follows:
• Any one of the first four reports
• The second “MOST QUALIFIED” assessment no earlier than the ninth report
(2 / 9 = 22.2%)
• The third “MOST QUALIFIED” assessment no earlier than the thirteenth report (3 / 13 =
• The fourth “MOST QUALIFIED” assessment no earlier than the seventeenth report (4 / 17 =
5. In regard to the “Silver bullet” exception, does that still apply with the new senior
rater profile limited to 24%?
A: Yes. A senior rater will still be able to render a “MOST QUALIFIED” selection for any one
of the first four reports rendered for a particular grade (E-6 through E-9). In the event a
senior rater does not render a “MOST QUALIFIED” selection for any of the first four reports,
then the “Silver bullet” exception would not be needed for the fifth report or later.
6. What is pooling?
A: Pooling, or elevating the rating chain beyond the senior rater’s ability to have adequate
knowledge of each Soldier’s performance and potential, in order to provide an elevated
assessment protection for a specific group, runs counter to the intent of the Evaluation
Reporting System (ERS). Rating schemes based on pooling erode Soldiers’ confidence in
the fairness of the ERS and in their leaders. Senior raters must evaluate and identify their
best Soldiers based on performance and potential, regardless of the particular position they
7. A supplementary review is not applicable if the rater of a SSG is an Army MSG and
the senior rater is an Air Force CPT. True or False?
A: False. A supplementary reviewer is required when no uniformed Army-designated rating
official in the rank of CSM/SGM, CW3-CW5, or CPT and above exists in the rating chain for
the rated NCO.
8. If a SSG(P) was serving in an authorized SFC position, which rank would a rendered
NCOER count towards when calculating the senior rater’s profile?
9. What is the minimum calendar day requirement for senior raters of USAR TPU,
DIMA, and drilling IRR Soldiers and ARNG Soldiers?
A: 90 days.
10. Can a British captain serve as a rater for NCOs of all ranks?
A: Yes. Service members of allied forces may serve as a rater only for all NCOs.
11. What is the highest percentage a senior rater can maintain for “MOST QUALIFIED”
ratings per grade?
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