Marine Corps Reserve Policy Board announced application acceptance
By Cpl. Brytani Musick
| U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve | July 28, 2014
New Orleans, La. --
Marine Administrative Message
Marine Corps Reserve Policy Board
Marine Forces Reserve
Marine Administrative Message 328/14 announced the acceptance of applications for the Marine Corps Reserve Policy Board during calendar year 2014 through 2016.
The MCRPB was established to make recommendations to the Secretary of the Navy on matters that affect the readiness, mobilization, and deployment capability of the Marine Corps Reserve. Membership of the MCRPB is appointed to provide a broad representation of the Marine Corps ready reserve and regular forces.
The MCRPB is required by law to meet annually in Washington, DC, for one week, and at various other locations for shorter periods of time. The board consists of 18 members: 14 officers and four enlisted.
The chairman of the MCRPB requests that commanders consider qualified officers in the grades of chief warrant officer, major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel.
Marines serving in Reserve units or as IMAs are requested to forward applications endorsed by their command/organization to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Reserve Affairs) no later than September 1, 2014. Marines in the IRR can submit their application directly to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
For additional information, to include the military resume format, see MARADMIN 328/14.