Army Enlisted Promotions Trend Report
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The Trend Report is a by-military occupational specialty (MOS) report of sergeant (SGT) and staff
sergeant (SSG) promotion (fully) eligible that will allow Soldiers to quickly determine their approximate
position in relation to their peers. The updated Trend Report is published no later than (NLT) the 24th of
each month. The updated Trend Report will not be published earlier than the AC cut-off scores being
published. As of January 2016 the trend report will only show fully eligible Soldiers in compliance with
Promotion point data changes daily on the HRC database. The Trend Report is based on data from the
11th of each month. This is the same snapshot in time used for monthly promotion consideration to SGT
and SSG. This report is the latest report, and all previous reports are obsolete.
The sixteen "ranges" of points next to each MOS/eligible list indicate how many fully eligible Soldiers on
that list are within the specified points range.
The rows containing an MOS followed by an asterisk represents the number of eligible Command List
Integration (CLI) Soldiers.
The # ON LIST column is a sum of the number of Soldiers in the sixteen ranges, and is equal to the
number of fully eligible published in the announced cutoff scores. This column includes only fully eligible
Soldiers from both zones (PZ and SZ) of consideration.
The AVG PTS column shows the average promotion points for all currently eligible Soldiers on the
specified MOS/eligible list.
The # OF PROM column shows the total number of promotions allocated to the MOS/list during the last
six months. This total is equal to the sum of the promotions that were published in the monthly cutoff
scores for the 6 months indicated.
The PZ AVG / SZ AVG columns show the "6 MONTH" average primary/secondary zone cutoff scores for
that MOS/list. For MOS that do not have 6 months of published scores (i.e., new MOS) the average
scores are computed with the number of months that the MOS have had published scores - the number
of months used is indicated in parentheses next to the SZ AVG column.
Language specific MOS (35P) has announced cutoff scores by language identifier; therefore the PZ AVG /
SZ AVG columns for these MOS are indicated by asterisks. All Soldiers in this MOS are otherwise
represented as explained above.
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