is underway for an LE patrol. This should be reported as S for single or regular
drill and AK for health services and S-LE (single - law enforcement).
Records. Members should retain a record of drills for pay and point verification.
ACTIVE DUTY TRAINING (ADT). District (at) Reporting Requirements. Sent
quarterly consolidated reports, as required in Chapter 17 of reference (d), using Exhibit 2.
This form supersedes Enclosure 17-1 of reference (d). Reports are submitted to Commandant
(G-RST) and may be E- mailed to FORCE/G-RNO2.
d. CONTINGENCY AND SURGE OPERATIONS. If the duty is in support of a
contingency or surge operation, use contingency codes PROVIDED the situation meets the
Reservists have been placed in a duty status, either voluntarily or involuntarily,
using any type of duty (AD, IDT, ADT, SADT, etc.) for an emergency situation -
A name has been assigned to the event (e.g., OPSAIL, HARBORFEST) including
named exercises (FTXs, CPXs, TTXs) and either AD or IDT is scheduled
(different from a normally scheduled drill) to meet a requirement -OR-
There is significant public or media interest such as whales in the Sacramento or
Support to a contingency which does not meet one of the above definitions and is in the
course of normal duty should be reported under the closest corresponding operational or
support Program code.
In contingency situations, active duty orders shall specify in the "Purpose of Duty" space, the
name of the contingency, if one has been assigned or "OTH - Contingency Ops Support as
appropriate. Insert the contingency code in the Program (Mode) code space.
GOAL. The goals of these new Program codes are to gain a better picture of how
reservists are supporting the missions of the Coast Guard and to facilitate better planning and
resource use at all levels.
R. M. LARRABEE
CHIEF, OFFICE OF READINESS
Encl: (1) Measuring the contribution of Reserve duty w/Exhibits