If available, the automated system downloads much of the data from the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS ) and populates the appropriate block in the section. (2) Section B, BILLET DESCRIPTION : Focuses on the essential elements of the MRO's billet in specific and. DISTRIBUTION : Copy to: PCN (75) 7000110 (75) 7000093/8145001 (2) 7000099, 144/8145005 (1) 5 HQMC 2 Feb 99 M to MCO P1610.7E dtd 3Dec98 Performance Evaluation System (Short Title PES) 1. Please remove and replace the current pages 4-39 and 4-40 and replace them with. X Read MCO P1610.7E CH 9 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM (SHORT TITLE : PES) text version DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS 2 NAVY ANNEX WASHINGTON, DC. MCO P1610.7E MMSB -30 3 Dec 98. A body fat percentage exceeding the standard has adverse implications. (9) Any assignment to either the Weight Control or Military Appearance Programs must be reported and is considered adverse. (10) Any failure of a scheduled PFT during the reporting period must be reported and is. (3) Upon entering the primary promotion zone, an officer's RS profile is included in his or her Official Military Personnel File (OMPF ) provided to the promotion board. (4) Unit Diary date gap notification advisories implemented for Active and Reserve reporting units. (2) Data base maintains a profile for each RS reflecting his or her rating history. (3) The RS's reporting history for a particular grade determines the relative value of a specific report. (4) The RS profile also reflects the number of reports submitted late by. Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS ). The MOS Manual Module supports TECOM s Ground Training Branch mission to manage the MOS. (15) Requirement to forward reports prepared within an operational battalion or squadron via the unit's command element. (16) Revised annual fitness report submission schedule supports promotion board schedules. (17) A gap of 31 days or longer constitutes a date gap in performance records. Amp;?.) in exclamation are not authorized. (7) Section K, REVIEWING OFFICER COMMENTS, formalizes the Reviewing Officer's (RO's) role. The RO must: 2 MCO P1610.7E (a) Take corrective action to prevent inaccurate reporting and late submission of reports. (b) If sufficient observation exists, make a comparative assessment evaluation of all Marines of the MRO's grade whose professional abilities are known to the RO and make comments concerning the MRO's potential. (8) Intra-unit comparative markings are eliminated. (b) Built in fire walls to protect against inflation. High and adverse marks must include verifiable, substantive, and quantifiable (where possible) justifications. This Headquarters reviews and returns reports with unjustified marks. (5) Section H measures the extent to which an officer, as a reporting official. The number was inadvertently left off during the printing process. 2. Please remove the current appendices and replace them with the enclosed copies. PCN MARADMIN 474/99 « » Date signed: MARADMIN Number: 474/99 R 210746Z OCT 99 ZYW FM CMC WASHINGTON DC/MRA/ TO MARADMIN BT. (9) Maximum use of automation capabilities enhance PES procedures, processes, and accountability. b. Reporting Senior Profile (1) The RS profile, a snapshot of the RS's grading history, reflects all reports written by the RS for each grade and includes all reporting occasions except academic, end.