Who needs a DA-1380 Form?
DA-1380 is a standard Department of the Army form, the official name of which is Record of Individual Performance of Reserve Duty Training. It is used by military employees.
What is DA Form 1380 for?
The Da form 1380 serves as a report about non-unit reserve training (excluding Army Extension Courses), or appropriate duty performed by reservists assigned to USAR units.
Is DA-1380 Form accompanied by other forms?
In case a person submitting the form wants to get paid for doing structured development courses on their own (and there actually is such a provision in their unit’s policy), it necessary to attach a certificate confirming the training underwent.
Otherwise, there is no need to submit any other forms.
When is DA Form 1380 due?
The Record of Individual Performance of Reserve Duty Training is supposed to be submitted by the end of a month and on a monthly basis.
How do I fill out the DA-1380 Form?
The form is not long and doesn't take much time for completion. It consists of 10 boxes, which are self-explanatory enough, as there are contains instructions on the second page of the document.
Where do I send DA-1380 Form?
The destination of the completed form depends on the filer’s being assigned to a unit or not. If it is so, the form should be submitted with the unit. If the military is assigned to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) or IMA, the form is to be directed to HRC - Human Resources Command. Therefore, the filled out DA-1380 should be filed with the office that deals with the filer’s pay, and records.