BLOCK 21 -RESERVE PARTICIPATION.
Indicate the drill status of inactive Naval Reserve
members only. Leave this block blank on active-
duty, TEMAC, and annual training (blocks 6, 8,
and 9) reports.
BLOCK 22 -EFFECTIVE DATE OF RATE.
Unless the person is in a frocked status, enter the
effective date the person was last advanced or
reduced in paygrade in year/month/day format.
If the person is in a frocked status on the closing
date of the report, enter the word frocked. DO
NOT ENTER DATE OF FROCKING. If the
person was in a frocked status during part of the
period of the report but was actually advanced
on or before the closing date shown in block 17,
enter the date of actual advancement.
EXAMPLE: 91 JAN16
BLOCKS 23, 24, 25, 26 -REPORTING
SENIORS NAME, RANK, TITLE, AND
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN).
Normally, the commands administration office
will fill in these blocks; therefore, you will not
normally have to fill them in on the rough evalua-
tion report. If required to fill in these blocks, enter
the following information:
BLOCK 23 -Enter the reporting seniors
name (last and initials).
BLOCK 24 -Enter the reporting seniors
BLOCK 25 -Enter the reporting seniors
BLOCK 26 -Enter the reporting seniors
social security number.
BLOCKS 27 THROUGH 40-
Enter an X in one, and only one, of the
columns for each trait. (See the sample worksheet
in NAVMILPERSCOMINST 1616.1A.) The
evaluation section, in combination with the
evaluation comments section (block 56), is the
most important part of the evaluation report.
Here, as the reporting supervisor, you assess the
members performance in certain key areas.
Guided by the standard, assign a grade in each
trait. If the member doesnt demonstrate
performance in an evaluation trait area, a mark
in the Not Observed column for that trait is
As a reporting supervisor, temper your
standards by comparing the persons performance
against others you have known of the same rate.
For a person not assigned the normal duties of
his or her rate or rating, compare that persons
performance against others of the same paygrade
performing similar duties. For example, compare
the performance of a BM1 assigned duty normally
associated with his or her rate against the
performance of other BM1s, If that BM1 is an
instructor, compare his or her performance
against the performance of other petty officers
first class also serving as instructors, regardless
of the other instructors ratings. Dont confuse
this comparison with block 40 (Summary). Block
40 is the number of personnel in the members
paygrade rated in each overall area in block 39.
The figures in block 40 will equal the total of all
personnel in the members paygrade evaluated,
regardless of rating. Try to mark each trait
objectively. Avoid the tendency to assign the same
mark in all evaluation areas based on an
overriding influence of a specific trait.
If a Totally Not Observed report is called for,
complete it in the following manner:
Complete blocks 1 through 26 as previously
Leave blocks 27 through 38 blank. Enter
an X in the NOT OBS (not observed)
column of block 39 only.
Leave block 40 (Summary) blank.
Leave blocks 41 through 43 (Advancement
Complete blocks 44 through 55 as pre-
scribed for those blocks.
In block 56 (Evaluation Comments), give
the reason for the Not Observed report; for
example, Petty Officer
been on board for less than 90 days.
BLOCK 27 -MILITARY KNOWLEDGE/
PERFORMANCE. Evaluate the persons
knowledge of military customs and watch-
standing duties and knowledge of, and contribu-
tion to, the commands mission; responsibilities
within the chain of command; and his or her level
of performance in these areas.
BLOCK 28 -RATING KNOWLEDGE/
PERFORMANCE. Assess the members
knowledge of and level of performance of his or
her job-related duties, application of technical and