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What is an NCOER, what does NCOER mean, and what is the purpose of an NCOER?
Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report. DA Form 2166–9 series NCOERs allow rating officials to provide HQDA with performance and potential assessments of each rated NCO for HQDA selection board processes. It also provides valuable information for use by successive members of the rating chain, emphasizes and reinforces professionalism, and supports the specialty focus Enlisted Personnel Management System processes.
How to fill out an NCOER Support Form DA Form 2166-9-1A?
ACFT, APFT, & ABCP
What To Do If No Height and Weight on NCOER Due To COVID?
Soldiers are not exempt from complying with height and weight requirements of AR 600–9. Compliance with AR 600–9 and the height and weight standards of AR 600–9 applies at all times. This entry will not be left blank other than the exceptions indicated in DA PAM 623-3 (MILPER 20-087).
The height/weight and Army Body Composition Program (ABCP) assessment conducted in conjunction with record APFT/Diagnostic ACFT Testing for all components is temporarily suspended until further notice (FRAGO 1 to HQDA EXORD 164-20 APFT and ACFT During the Coronavirus Outbreak).
What To Do If No APFT on NCOER Due To COVID?
Select No APFT from the menu and explain. For evaluation reports with a “THRU DATE” of 11 MAR 2020 or later, Soldiers who are unable to take a record APFT due to the COVID-19 outbreak will select “NO APFT” from the drop-down menu in EES, and the rater will explain the absence of APFT data in the provided comments section. Rater comments must highlight COVID-19 as the contributing factor. Lack of APFT due to COVID-19 will not result in a derogatory or referred report (MILPER 20-087).
o no APFT due to COVID and Army Directive 202-06
What To Do If No APFT During Rating Period?
Enter an APFT Date within 12 months from Thru Date. Raters will enter “PASS” or “FAIL” and the date (YYYYMMDD) of the most recent record APFT administered by the unit within the 12-month period prior to the “THRU” date of the evaluation. If the APFT has not been taken within 12 months of the “THRU” date the APFT data entry will be left blank, by selecting “NO APFT” from the drop-down menu in EES, and the rater will provide an explanation in the provided comments section (MILPER 20-087).
What To Do If No ACFT During Rating Period?
A record ACFT status entry of NO ACFT is annotated for Soldiers who did not conduct a record ACFT within 12 months prior to the “Thru Date” on the evaluation report. A NO ACFT status entry requires the rater further explain, in detail, the reason for the absence of an ACFT within the narrative space. In accordance with reference C, an ACFT is not required for pregnant and postpartum Soldiers. In these instances, the annotated entry will be NO ACFT – Exempt from ACFT requirements IAW AR 40-502.
A record ACFT status entry of PROFILE is annotated for Soldiers on a temporary profile recovering from an injury or illness.
APFT content and status on evaluation reports. No APFT content is authorized for entry on evaluation reports having a “Thru Date” of 01 October 2022 or later. This includes any APFT conducted solely for promotion purposes. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
Can I choose to take the APFT and put that on my evaluation?
No, you cannot enter any APFT information IAW MILPER Message 22-099. After 1 OCT 2022, the APFT is not a valid fitness test. The effective dates for full implementation of the ACFT are 1 October 2022 for RA and USAR (AGR) and 1 April 2023 for USAR (less AGR). The APFT can only be taken in certain unique and situational instances between 1 OCT 2020 and before 31 MAR 2022, but it is no longer a valid entry on the evaluation forms. Valid APFT/ACFT scores must be within 12 months of the THRU date on evaluation forms. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
I took a diagnostic ACFT in August and chose to convert it to a record ACFT. I have an NCOER coming due mid-October. Can I enter that ACFT information on it even though I took the test before it became the standard?
Yes. The date of the diagnostic ACFT becomes the date of the record ACFT even though it was taken before 1 OCT 2022. However, that date can only be entered on your evaluation if the THRU Date is 1 OCT 2022 or later. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
Do I have to input the ACFT score on the evaluation in the APFT block?
No. Scores are optional and can be included at the discretion of the rater in the APFT comments section. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
The evaluation forms still have APFT and not ACFT. When will this change?
When a decision is made to adjust the forms, they will be modified in conjunction with AR and DA PAM 623-3 scheduled revisions. DA Form 67-10 series Officer Evaluation Reports (OERs), DA Form 2166-9 series Non-Commissioned Officer Evaluation Reports (NCOERs), and DA Form 1059 series Academic Evaluation Reports (AERs) are not currently scheduled to change. However, HQDA Evaluations Policy Branch is reviewing the new ACFT requirements and may adjust the forms in the future. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
I haven’t taken an APFT since 2019. MILPER Message 22-099 says to use Army Directive 2022-05 as a reason for not taking it. I am not scheduled to take the ACFT until December with my unit but my evaluation is due 1 NOV 2022. What do I put in the APFT block for a reason for not taking a record fitness test?
The rater will select “NO APFT” from the drop-down menu and will indicate “No ACFT” in the comments block along with an appropriate explanation as to why you haven’t taken the ACFT yet (e.g. unit has not scheduled a record ACFT, or Soldier has not completed a record ACFT). You could request through your unit to take a record ACFT prior to your evaluation THRU date if you want to have a valid fitness test on your evaluation. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
I’m in the USAR. Do I have to have an ACFT on my evaluation that’s due in December 2022?
No. However, if you take a record ACFT, maintained as a record ACFT entry in the Digital Training Management System (DTMS) after 1 OCT 2022 and prior to the THRU date on your due evaluation, you are authorized to place it on your evaluation. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
I’m an NCO in the AGR and I took an APFT for promotion points purposes in August 2022. Can I still use that date on my NCOER if it has a THRU date of 15 March 2023?
No. APFT dates after 31 MAR 2022 are not to be entered on any evaluation form. Your APFT score is only valid for the Promotion Point Worksheet (PPW) thru 31 MAR 2023 and is not to be entered on the NCOER. Effective 1 APR 2023, the Army will begin using ACFT scores to award promotion points for AGR Soldiers. See ALARACT 046/2022 for more details. (ACFT Entry on Evaluation Reports FAQs)
Are NCOER bullets capitalized?
No, NCOER bullets are not capitalized. Bullet comments will - Be preceded by a small letter “o” to designate the start of the comment. Each bullet comment must start with a small letter unless it is a proper noun (name) that is usually capitalized. (DA PAM 623-3 para 3-6)
How many Bullets for an NCOER?
At least 1 per block. Bullet comments are mandatory regardless of the box check rating given (at least one bullet will be entered in each block of c through i).
How to format NCOER bullets?
i). Standardized rules apply to bullet comments on NCOER. Bullet comments will— (1) Be short, concise, and to the point. Bullets will not be longer than two lines, preferably one, and no more than one bullet to a line. (2) Start with action words (verbs) or possessive pronouns (his or her); personal pronouns (he or she) may be used; use past tense when addressing how the NCO performed and his or her contributions made during the rating period. (3) Be double-spaced between bullets. (4) Be preceded by a small letter “o” to designate the start of the comment. Each bullet comment must start with a small letter unless it is a proper noun (name) that is usually capitalized. (5) Support the box checks by rating officials. (6) Use a specific example only once; therefore, the rater must decide under which attributes or competencies the bullet fits best or is most applicable.
NCOER example bullets for Character
NCOER example bullets for Presence
NCOER example bullets for Intellect
NCOER example bullets for Leads
NCOER example bullets for Develops
NCOER example bullets for Achieves
Codes for Non-Rated Time and Submission
What are the NCOER Non-Rated Codes?
A- Absent without leave, desertion, or unsatisfactory participant (versus nonparticipant)
C- Confinement in a military or civilian detention facility, assignment to a military personnel control facility, or assignment to a correctional training facility
D- Temporary disability retirement list
E- Leave (30 or more consecutive days)
F- Under arrest
G- Healing with duty (for WTU Soldiers with duties assigned at the discretion of the WTU commander (see AR 623-3)
H- Healing (for WTU Soldiers performing their healing mission)
I- In transit between duty stations, including leave, permissive TDY, and TDY
M- Missing in action
P- Patient (under doctor's care and unable to perform assigned duties; includes convalescent leave)
Q- Lack of rater qualification
S- Student at military or civilian school
T- On TDY, SD, TCS less than 90 calendar days
W- Prisoner of war
X- Authorized absence for participation in special program
Z- None of the above
What Are The NCOER Submission Codes?
03- Change of rater
04- Change of duty, retirement or discharge; reassignment to USAR Control Group or IFF (RC only)
05- Relief for cause
06- Depart TDY, TCS, SD
07- 60-day option report
08- Senior rater option
09- Complete the record
10- Extended annual
12- Refrad status: AT, ADT, ADOS-RC, ADOS or CO-ADOS (RCs only)
19- HRC directed
31- NGB directed
Corporal (CPL) NCOERs and Counseling
Can a CPL get an NCOER?
No. For corporals (CPLs), no NCOER will be prepared, only the DA Form 2166–9–1A will be used. NCOs in the rank of CPL do not receive NCOERs, however, rating officials of NCOs in the rank of CPL are required to capture this assessment on DA Form 2166–9–1A. An NCOER can be made for a CPL, but it cannot be filed through HQDA.
Due Dates and Timelines
When are NCOERs due?
To HRC No later than 90 days from the thru date. Evaluation reports will be forwarded error-free to reach HQDA no later than 90 days after the “Thru” date of the evaluation report. The Thru Date is the due date for an annual evaluation report; the date on which an event warranting a report to be rendered occurs; or the last day of supervision or last duty day before a Soldier’s or a rating official’s departure.
When is an NCOER considered late to HRC?
If the NCOER is not accepted at HQDA 90+ days past the thru date it is considered late to HRC. Evaluation reports must reach HQDA no later than 90 days after the “Thru” date of the evaluation report.
EES & iPERMS
NCOER Examples For E5 (SGT), E6 (SSG), ETS, performance, and more in our bullet example pages here. These resources also provide a list of significant contributions and accomplishments as examples that can be used as an NCOER generator for every duty position. Most examples provided are gender neutral NCOER bullets.
How-To and Guides
How to Create an NCOER?
Follow this NCOER How-To Guide PDF that will walk you through every step and help you troubleshoot common issues.
Why is NCOER locked?
The Rater or Senior Rater is currently editing the NCOER or it is not ready to sign. The Rater can lock and unlock their box check via EES.
For NCOERs, the Rater can lock and unlock his box check via EES as long as the evaluation has not been signed and the evaluation is in "Draft" or "Returned (with deducting profile)" status. If the NCOER has been signed, the signatures must be removed before the lock can be removed. For OERs, please use the following instructions to request that the Rater lock be removed by HQDA: Unlock Rater Profile Process.
For both OERs and NCOERs, the Rater lock is automatically removed when an evaluation is returned to the field with the "deduct profile" option. The Rater lock is not removed if the evaluation is returned with the "maintain profile" option. NOTE: Only the Rater can lock or unlock his/her rating - delegates cannot.
NCOER Forms and Regulation
How many NCOER forms are there?
There are four different NCOER forms which include:
DA Form 2166-9-1A (NCOER Support Form required for all NCOs CPL through CSM
DA Form 2166-9-1 NCO Evaluation Report (SGT)
DA Form 2166-9-2 NCO Evaluation Report (SSG-1SG/MSG)
DA Form 2166-9-3 NCO Evaluation Report (CSM/SGM)
What Army regulation covers the NCOER and OER?
These NCOER templates are fillable PDF files
NCOER Submission Process
Can the Rater submit an NCOER to HQDA / Who submits an NCOER to HRC in EES?
No. The Senior Rater and their delegates are the only entities able to submit an NCOER to HQDA (HRC).
Objectives, Goals, and Expectations
What Are Some NCOER Major Performance Objectives/Goals for Character?
Promote the personal and professional development of subordinates.
Ensure the fair, respectful treatment of unit personnel.
Establish a workplace and overall command climate that fosters dignity and respect for all members of the unit.
Display the propensity to experience something from another person’s point of view, enter into another person’s feelings and emotions, and desire to care for and take care of Soldiers and others.
Display the internal shared attitudes and beliefs that embody the spirit of the Army profession.
Do not tolerate sexual harassment or sexual assault related subjects, topics, conversations, or acts.
Do not tolerate discrimination related subjects, topics, conversations, or acts.
Pay debt in a timely manner to prevent creditors/bill collectors from phoning the Department/Company.
What Are Some NCOER Major Performance Objectives/Goals for Presence?
Display a commanding presence and project a professional image of authority.
Use proper phone etiquette at all times with patients and staff members.
Maintain military bearing with peers, subordinates, and superiors at all times.
Display sound health, strength, and endurance that support your emotional health and conceptual abilities under prolonged stress.
Implement and execute a physical training plan for self and section to maintain physical fitness and be able to pass an assessment or record Fitness Test, given by either the section or command directed at any time.
Maintain weight control standards IAW AR 600-9 across team/squad.
What Are Some NCOER Major Performance Objectives/Goals for Intellect?
Display the ability to break habitual thought patterns.
Display the capacity to assess situations shrewdly and draw sound conclusions; form sound opinions, make sensible decisions and reliable guesses; assess the strengths and weaknesses of subordinates, peers, and enemies to create appropriate solutions and action.
Perform all routine technical, diagnostic, and therapeutic procedures within your scope of practice.
Advise as appropriate then support leadership decisions regardless of agree/disagreement and do not discuss differences with subordinates.
Do not abuse/misuse government credit card.
Display the ability to introduce new ideas based on opportunity or challenging circumstances; creatively produce ideas and objects that are both novel and appropriate.
Posses facts, beliefs, logical assumptions and understanding of relevant areas.
Display the capacity to understand interactions with others; be aware of how others see you and sense how to interact with them effectively; be conscious of character, reactions, and motives of self and others and how they affect interactions; recognize diversity and display self-control, balance, and stability.
What Are Some NCOER Major Performance Objectives/Goals for Leads?
Motivate, inspire, and influence others to take initiative, work toward a common purpose, accomplish critical tasks, and achieve organizational objectives; compel others to go beyond their individual interests and to work for the common good.
Ensure all new Soldiers completed appropriate platoon/company/battalion level orientations and in-processing requirements.
Ensure that self and subordinates are IAW AR 670-1, 1st Corps, and MAMC policies at all times.
Ensure self and section reports to all engagements at least 15 minutes early.
What Are Some NCOER Major Performance Objectives/Goals for Develops?
Establish and maintain positive expectations and attitudes to support effective work behaviors and healthy relationships; improve the organization while accomplishing the mission.
NCO will develop and maintain a positive and courteous working relationship with other NCOs, subordinates, superiors, patients, and public.
Prepare to execute your leadership responsibilities fully; be aware of your limitations and strengths and seek self-development; maintain self-discipline, physical fitness, and mental well-being; continue to improve the expertise required of your role and profession.
Continue to expand and improve duty knowledge and performance.
Encourage and support others to grow as individuals and teams; facilitate the achievement of organizational goals through helping others to develop; prepare others to assume new positions elsewhere in the organization.
Display care of the Army profession by applying a mindset that embodies cooperative planning and management of all resources providing for a strong Army team; actively engage in sustaining full military readiness and preventing loss of effectiveness as far into the future as possible.
What Are Some NCOER Major Performance Objectives/Goals for Achieves?
Accomplish tasks and achieve results; get results by providing guidance and managing resources as well as performing the other leader competencies; focus on consistent and ethical task accomplishment through supervising, managing, monitoring, and controlling the work.
Perform all additional duties as assigned.
Meet all deadlines and suspenses. This includes, but is not limited to, NCOERs, awards,350-1 tasks, subordinate counseling, and other mandatory training.
Use these NCO C3 Counseling Support Forms for more examples
Rater, Senior Rater, and Supplementary Reviewer
Who writes an NCOER?
The Rater is responsible for writing the NCOER. The Senior Rater is responsible for writing their comments and successive assignments. Unfortunately, it is too common that the Rater or Senior Rater does not conduct counseling as required or document the achievements of the Rated Soldier. In this case, it is sometimes best for the Rated Soldier to give a list of their achievements during the rating period or even draft their own NCOER to give to the Rater. Only you know everything you have done. The Rater can accept, modify, or discard the notes or draft that the Rated Soldier has given.
When is a supplementary review required for an NCOER?
A mandatory supplementary review is required for NCOERs when a senior rater within the rated NCOs rating chain includes an NCO in the rank of SFC through 1SG/MSG, warrant officer in the rank of WO1 through CW2, and Army officer in the rank of 2LT and 1LT. This supplementary review will be performed by a uniformed Army Soldier, senior to the senior rater within the rated NCO’s organization in the rank of SGM/CSM, CW3 through CW5, or CPT and above. This Army Soldier will be designated as a uniformed Army advisor. The uniformed Army advisor will monitor evaluation practices and provide assistance and advice needed to rating officials (as required) on matters pertaining to Army evaluations. The uniformed Army advisor will be identified on the published rating scheme at the beginning of the evaluation period by the commander establishing the rating chain. Mandatory supplementary reviews are also required when no uniformed Army designated rating officials exist in the rating chain. This also includes when the senior rater is other than a uniformed Army Soldier and a rater is an NCO in the rank of SGT through 1SG/MSG, warrant officer in the rank of WO1 through CW2, and Army officer in the rank of 2LT and 1LT. This supplementary review will be performed by a uniformed Army Soldier, senior to the senior rater within the rated NCO’s organization in the rank of CSM/SGM, CW3 through CW5, or CPT and above. This Army Soldier will be designated as a uniformed Army advisor. The uniformed Army advisor will monitor evaluation practices and provide assistance and advice needed to rating officials (as required) on matters pertaining to Army evaluations. The uniformed Army advisor will be identified on the published rating scheme at the beginning of the evaluation period by the commander establishing the rating chain. (PG 18 AR 623–3 • 14 June 2019)
How to add or remove a Supplementary Reviewer
1. Added/Removed by the Senior Rater
2. “Senior Rater” button
3. For OERs, both the “Is a supplementary review required” question and the “Is a uniformed Army advisor available to perform the supplementary review” question must be answered ‘Yes’ in order to access the Supplementary Reviewer tab from the signature page.
4. For NCOERs, the “Is a supplementary review required” question must be answered ‘Yes’ in order to access the Supplementary Reviewer tab from the signature page.
Is a Qualified NCOER bad?
No. The NCOER Senior Rater Potential options are Not Qualified, Qualified, Highly Qualified, and Most Qualified ratings. A Qualified is not a bad rating in itself as it allows the NCO room for growth and improvement which can be seen favorably, especially if this is one of your first NCOERs after a promotion or while in a new position. You should know that the average NCO receives a Highly Qualified rating, which means that receiving a Qualified will put you in the lower half of your peers when competing for promotion.
Refuse or Disagree with NCOER
If You Refuse To Sign An NCOER, What is the rated NCO’s signature verifying?
The rated NCO’s signature will verify the accuracy of administrative data in Part I, the rating officials and counseling dates in Part II, the duty description in Part III, and the APFT and HT/WT entries in Part IV. (HRC NCOER FAQ Para 11-1)
If I Disagree With My NCOER, What Can I Do?
Any mention of unproven derogatory information in an evaluation report can become an appealable matter if the derogatory information is shown to be unfounded. (AR 623-3 para 3-20)
For all evaluation reports, if previously reported information later proves to be incorrect or erroneous, the Soldier will be notified and advised of the right to appeal the evaluation report in accordance with chapter 4.
The HQDA receipt of evaluation reports after the required receipt date, or past a suspense date directed by an HQDA selection board, will not be an automatic basis for appealing either the evaluation report or selection board results.
If the information would have resulted in a higher evaluation, the rated Soldier may appeal the evaluation report, and rating officials may provide input to support this point (see DA Pam 623–3).
If new favorable information potentially resulting in a higher evaluation is discovered by the Soldier, he or she may appeal the evaluation report based on the new information in accordance with the appeal policy stated in chapter 4 and procedures in DA Pam 623–3.
An appellant who perceives that an evaluation report is inaccurate in some way has the right to appeal for redress to the appropriate agency.
Appealing an evaluation report on the sole basis of a self-authored statement of disagreement will not be successful.
If I Wasn't Counseled For Negative Remarks On My NCOER, Can I Appeal?
Although the support or form is an official document covered by regulation, it will not become part of the official file used by selection boards or career managers. Failure to comply with any or all support form or counseling requirements will not constitute the sole grounds for an appeal of an evaluation report.
Signing and Signatures
When can an NCOER be signed?
14 Days before Thru Date. The NCOER can be signed and dated by each individual in the rating chain up to 14 days before the “THRU” date of the NCOER; however, the NCOER cannot be forwarded to HQDA until the “THRU” date of the NCOER.
a. The supplementary reviewer’s signature and date cannot be before the senior rater’s signature.
b. The senior rater’s signature and date cannot be before the rater’s signature.
c. The rated NCO’s signature and date cannot be before the rater’s or senior rater’s signature.
How to sign an NCOER?
Who signs an NCOER first / NCOER signing order with Reviewer?
The correct order for signing the NCOER is- The Rater must sign first, then the Senior Rater, then the Supplementary Reviewer (If applicable), then the Rated Soldier. The Rated Soldier signs the NCOER last.
What is the NCOER signature order when removing signatures?
Signatures must be removed in reverse order. The NCOER unsign order is (Supplementary Reviewer, Rated Soldier, Senior Rater, Intermediate Rater, and then Rater). Failure to remove signatures in reverse order will result in locking individuals out of the report. Have all individuals re-sign the evaluation and then remove signatures in the proper sequence.
Ensure all users click the “Exit” button when exiting the evaluation/support form. Have the last individual who was in the report open the evaluation and exit using the “Exit” button. Or wait ten minutes, at which time the lock should be automatically removed.
Support Form & Counseling
Where is NCOER Support Form / Where to start an NCOER Support Form?
NCOER Support Forms are created on the EES website. Blank support forms can also be downloaded from Army Pubs. The NCOER Support Form is used during initial and quarterly NCOER counseling. For NCOER Support Form PDF, see NCOER Forms and Regulation section.
What is the NCOER Support Form?
The NCOER Support Form DA Form 2166-9-1A is a counseling form used to develop an NCO and provide information for the NCOER. Each rated Soldier is provided a copy of their rater’s and senior rater’s support forms (or equivalent) at the beginning of the rating period and their completed evaluation report at the end of the rating period. During the rating period, support forms and counseling sessions will aid the preparation of a final evaluation report.
What is an NCOER Counseling?
An NCOER Support Form is used to conduct counseling. The NCOER support form covers Daily Duties and Scope, Areas of Special Emphasis, Appointed Duties, Performance Goals and Expectations, observations of Character, Presence, Intellect, Leads, Develops, Achieves attributes and competencies, and Senior Rater Comments based on their observations for the covered time period.
Who initiates the NCOER Support Form?
The Rater. Any person in the rating chain can create the NCOER Support Form as needed. In some cases, the NCOER Support Form may need to be created by the Rated Soldier if the Rater or Senior Rater does not initiate the form.
Thru Dates and Frequency of NCOERs
How often do you get an NCOER?
Between 90 days and 1 year. Normally, to be eligible for an OER or NCOER, a Soldier will complete 90 calendar days in the same position under the same rater. Nonrated periods are not included in this 90-day period. OERs or NCOERs may reflect a Period Covered on the report that is greater than 1 calendar year (including nonrated time), but the Rated Months entry cannot exceed 12 months (365 rated days).
What is the NCOER Thru date / How to find NCOER Thru Date?
An NCOER is due when the “Thru” date will be 12 rated months (365 rated days) after the arrival or assignment date while performing the same duties under the same rating officials during this rating period. However, if an event occurs that requires the preparation of an OER or NCOER (for example, “Change of Rater”) before the 12 rated months (365 rated days) have accumulated, an OER or NCOER will be rendered with a “Thru” date that corresponds with the event requiring an evaluation. Standard reason for submission codes (for example, code 03, “Change of Rater,” or code 04, “Change of Duty,” and so forth) will apply on these Extended reports that end before the required 12 rated months (365 rated days), even though the period covered on the OER or NCOER may exceed 1 calendar year. The “Thru” date will be determined by the rated Soldier’s circumstances. Each Soldier’s situation must be considered individually, just as each evaluation report must stand alone.
Types of NCOERs
How many NCOERs are there (types of NCOERs)?
There are 8 types of NCOERs. Mandatory evaluation reports include Change of Rater, Annual, Extended Annual, Change of Duty, Depart Temporary Duty, Special Duty, or Temporary Change of Station, Temporary Duty.
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