ARMY - AR 135-155
PROMOTION OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND WARRANT OFFICERS OTHER THAN GENERAL OFFICERS
|Publication Date:||13 July 2004|
Purpose. a. This regulation prescribes policy and procedures used for selecting and promoting commissioned officers (other than commissioned warrant officers) of the Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS) and of commissioned and warrant officers (WO) of the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR). This regulation supports the objectives of the Army's officer promotion system that provides for career progression based on recognition of an officer's potential to serve in positions of increased responsibility. Special provisions that apply to active, retired, and discharged soldiers of the U.S. Army are indicated in paragraph 5-1.
Applicability. This regulation applies to commissioned officers (except commissioned officers (except commissioned warrant officers) of the ARNGUS and the USAR on the Reserve Active Status List (RASL), and to warrant officers (whether or not commissioned) of the USAR who are in an active status. The regulation does not apply to warrant officers (including commissioned warrant officers) of the ARNGUS, nor does it apply to promotion to Reserve general officer grades. Policies concerning promotions and Federal recognition of ARNGUS officers within their State vacancy promotion systems will be under NGR 600-100. Promotion of warrant officers (including ARNGUS will be per NGR 600-101. Promotion to Reserve general officer grades will be per AR 135-156.