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for commands to employ inactive duty reservists on a voluntary basis. Restrictions
on the use of ADSW-AC are outlined in reference (d). ADSW-AC FTE is provided
by the appropriate program manager, or is the responsibility of the benefiting unit.
(a) For predictable, cyclical multi-year surge requirements (such as
Summerstock), per reference (b), district commanders and local units shall
submit requests for ADSW-AC days and funds to the appropriate headquarters
program manager during the budget planning cycle. Commandant (G-WR-1)
should be advised of all ADSW-AC requirements funded by non-Coast Guard
sources (e.g., space shuttle operations funded by NASA) by 30 August each
When ADSW-AC is required for special events (such as the Olympics), the
requesting unit will submit its request through the chain of command to ensure
AFC-30 funds and ADSW-AC days are available.
For other short-term surge workload needs, commands must have or procure
ADSW-AC days and dollars. District commanders and headquarters unit
commanding officers may request their area commanders/Commandant to
fund requirements not arising from normal operations.
Active Duty for Training (ADT). ADT is funded from AFC-90 and is intended to
meet the reservist's current anniversary year training requirement. When a member
applies for active duty other than that scheduled by his/her command, it is
understood that the duty will be on a non-ADT basis unless permission to use ADT
is given by the member's command.
Employment of members of the IRR. Interested IRR members shall be given equal
opportunity for rate- related ADSW-AC assignments when equally qualified with
Orders covering multiple types of duty. In the event ADSW-AC orders for surge
requirements satisfy the reservist's annual training requirement and include AFC 90
funds for that particular portion of the duty, ISCs shall ensure that the active
command to which the reservist is assigned is consulted concerning the use of the
member's ADT funds. When two types of funds are to be used, separate orders will
be cut; one set of orders will cover the ADT portion; a second set will cover the