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Reserve Personnel Management Division

Reserve Personnel Services Branch

Notice of Eligibility (NOE) Process


A NOE is used to authorize medical and/or dental treatment for a reservist who incurs or aggravates an injury, illness or disease in the line of duty (active or inactive duty).  NOEs are only issued to reservists NOT currently on active duty orders.  Medical and/or dental treatment authorized under a NOE is limited to treatment specific to the line of duty injury, illness or disease and is typically only issued for a specific time-period.  Chapter 6 of the Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series), provides additional information regarding NOEs.

Additional benefits that may be authorized under a NOE include:


All NOE requests must include the items below and be routed through the command and District RFRS (or equivalent) to CG PSC-RPM-3 via email to: All personnel involved in this process shall ensure proper precautions one taken to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Protected Health Information (PHI) especially when transmitting electronically.

Initial requests must include:

Request for extensions must include:

Monthly Updates must include:


CG PSC-RPM-3 will document the NOE in the Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS). This action will change the member’s medical Deployment Limiting Conditions (DLC)  in CGBI to red, to ensure members are not mobilized, involuntarily or voluntarily, until Fit for Full Duty (FFD) in accordance with chapter 3 of the Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series).


As a reminder, Commands need to ensure waivers for Active Duty for Training - Annual Training (ADT-AT)  for purpose of a disability are authorized as needed, in accordance with chapter 4.B.3 of the Reserve Policy Manual, COMDTINST M1001.28 (series).

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Last Modified 1/12/2016