ARMY - AR 614-200
Enlisted Assignments and Utilization Management
|Publication Date:||26 February 2009|
Applicability. This regulation applies to Active Army enlisted Soldiers, excluding initial entry training Soldiers governed by AR 612-201 and those Soldiers detailed outside the Department of Defense. It also applies to the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States and the U.S. Army Reserve (including Active Guard Reserve Soldiers) unless otherwise stated. During mobilization, the guidance in this publication may be modified by the proponent to support policy changes as necessary. This regulation is required during mobilization. The portion of this regulation that requires registration of military sexual offenders (chapter 3, section V) is punitive and violations of that provision may subject military sexual offenders to nonjudicial or judicial action under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
This regulation prescribes the reporting, selection, assignment, and utilization of Active Army (AA) enlisted personnel, excluding initial entry training (IET) Soldiers who are governed by AR 612-201. It provides general assignment policies and responsibilities for managing the enlisted force. Guidance in this regulation is in addition to that in AR 614-30. This regulation also prescribes-
Stabilized periods for selected units, agencies, and activities, and special category personnel and positions.
Procedures to be used by commanders to request stabilization for personnel within their organizations, certain approved positions within a unit, and units.
This regulation is not construed as authority for extending stabilized tours limited by statutes (such as Title 10, United States Code, Section 3914 (10 USC 3914)).