Advice

Where do I find my enlisted record brief?

Where do I find my enlisted record brief?

Go to Army AKO at www.us.army.mil. Select “ORB: Officer Record Brief”/ “ERB: Enlisted Record Brief” link under Army Links column on right side of the screen. Once forwarded to the ORB/ERB page, select the “view/print” button. Save as a PDF to your desktop, where they can be easily retrieved.

How do I access my army ERB?

Soldiers can view their Army Military Human Resource Record (AHMRR) through iPERMS. Soldiers do not need to complete a DD Form 2875 to request access. Soldiers can proceed directly to the iPERMS website.

Is Erb and SRB the same?

The Soldier Record Brief (SRB/ORB/ERB) is a new multi‐Component report that provides a snapshot of a Soldier’s military career information. It details a Soldiers career in the military by listing all courses taken, duty stations, ASVAB scores and much more!

How long does it take for ERB to update?

P.S. HRC update ERBs as quick as within 5 minutes.

What is dwell time army?

In the military, dwell time is the amount of time that service members spend in their home station between deployments to war zones. It is used to calculate the deploy-to-dwell ratio. Dwell time is designed to allow service members a mental and physical break from combat and to give them time with their families.

What is an army SRB?

The Selective Retention Bonus (SRB) Program is a monetary incentive offered to qualified Soldiers who reenlist in the Regular Army for continued duty in certain military occupational specialties (MOS).

What is ASCO ERB?

ASCO means assignment considerations. Your ASCO means nothing except a consideration for your branch manager when looking at assignments.

What army regulation covers high school stabilization?

AR 614-200
IAW AR 614-200, Soldiers with Family members in high school may request stabilization from Permanent Change of Station (PCS) movement during the child’s senior year. The intent of the program is to provide stability to Soldiers with Family members in their junior and senior years of high school.