for the SAR mission having an oil change should be recorded as SR). A major overhaul or
other intermediate or depot level project should be recorded as support to Engineering- AE.
When more than one code applies to a reporting period, give priority in this order:
contingency, operational then support. Support functions in DIRECT support of operational
missions (e.g., a storekeeper member of a boarding team or an afloat crew) should be reported
as support to the operational program including planning paperwork and computer/data
processing. Planning in connection with a surge event or contingency operation should be
reported as support to that event or operation. Support function codes should be used when
there is not clear operational mission being supported. Next, if necessary, the predominant, or
most TIME consuming code should apply. If it is unclear which code to use, use the one
which most closely reflects the mission of the unit, sortie or event. Reporting procedures are
not intended to imply any limitation on the type of work that may be done during a drill or
reporting period. Any work may be scheduled or performed as necessary to meet the needs of
the unit. These procedures are then followed to report the work.
INACTIVE DUTY TRAINING (IDT)
IDT Pay Procedures. IDT pay procedures are contained in chapter 6 of reference
(b) as modified by current SDA applications reflected in reference (c). The IDT
orders/report illustrated in exhibit (1) may be used as the source document for the
UAR or sent directly to the PERSRU for entry into the pay system after execution.
These orders provide an excellent opportunity for active and reserve interface.
Orders should be completed at the end of each drill period for the next drill period
and given or mailed to the reservist. Executed orders should be turned in at the
same time or mailed via the chain of command. At the direction of districts, (rs)
or (at), source documents for PERSRU use in entering data into the pay system
may take any form convenient to the needs of the user and that meets requirements
for accountability. Requirements for proper authorization (orders) and verification
that drills were performed remain unchanged. Exhibit (1), for EXAMPLE, is
derived from the English District. Exhibit (3) is an EXAMPLE from the Thirteenth
Requirements. Multiple drills will continue to be recorded as M followed by one
program code when only one code applies to the entire multiple drill. Multiple
drills will be subdivided into singles when more than one code applies to a
multiple. For example, on a Saturday morning a reservist undergoes his/her
physical exam, then in the afternoon he/she