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1, 2021, the Army will give temporary previously-scheduled promotions to soldiers who are deployed, pregnant or attending a non-resident sergeant major course, instead of deferring the promotion. “These temporary promotions support the Army’s People First Strategy by ensuring our soldiers are fully able to qualify promotion during periods with completion of military education is not otherwise available to them,” Grinston told reporters on Monday.         Insight by Tanium: National Cancer Institute, Treasury, FEMA and the Army explore how technology risk management lets organizations better ensure that the IT is doing what agencies need it to do in this free webinar. Deployed soldiers who are temporarily promoted will have one year to complete their required education. Reservists will have 36 months from their redeployment date to complete their education. Pregnant soldiers will have two years after their postpartum time ends and reservists will have 36 months. “With this new temporary promotion policy, we have the ability to have soldiers starting a family being given the opportunity to be promoted with their peers and still get their professional military education after they complete their postpartum profile,” said Sgt. Maj. Mark Clark, the G-1 sergeant major. Soldiers will be deferring classes like you can try here the Basic Leadership Course and the Advanced Leadership Course. In 2019, only about 300 soldiers were unable to promote due to deployments.

https://federalnewsnetwork.com/army/2020/11/some-enlisted-soldiers-can-now-promote-before-getting-mandated-training/

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