Army Regulation 22045
Department of the Army
27 November 2012
SUMMARY of CHANGE
This major revision, dated 27 November 2012--
o Assigns responsibilities to the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1; commanders of
units and installations; and all levels of commands to include Active Army,
U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard installations (para 4).
o Updates DA Form 6 (Duty Roster) (fig 1).
o Provides guidance on the use of explanatory remarks and clarifies the
procedure for listing names on DA Form 6 (para 10).
o Makes administrative changes (throughout).
Headquarters *Army Regulation 22045
Department of the Army
27 November 2012 Effective 27 December 2012
Proponent and exception authority. Supplementation. Supplementation of
The proponent of this regulation is Dep- this regulation and establishment of com-
uty Chief of Staff, G1. The proponent mand and local forms are prohibited with-
has the authority to approve exceptions or out prior approval from Deputy Chief of
waivers to this regulation that are consis- Staff, G1 (DAPEMPA), 300 Army Pen-
tent with controlling law and regulations. tagon, Washington, DC 203100300.
The proponent may delegate this approval
authority, in writing, to a division chief Suggested improvements. Users are
within the proponent agency or its direct invited to send comments and suggested
reporting unit or field operating agency, in improvements on DA Form 2028 (Recom-
the grade of colonel or the civilian equiv- mended Changes to Publications and
alent. Activities may request a waiver to Blank Forms) directly to Office of Deputy
this regulation by providing justification Chief of Staff, G1 (DAPEMPA), 300
that includes a full analysis of the ex- Army Pentagon, Washington, DC
pected benefits and must include formal 203100300.
review by the activity's senior legal offi-
History. This publication is a major cer. All waiver requests will be endorsed Distribution. This publication is availa-
revision. by the commander or senior leader of the ble in electronic media only and is in-
requesting activity and forwarded through tended for command levels A, B, C, D,
Summary. This revision requires that all their higher headquarters to the policy
locally established methods and proce- and E for the Active Army, the Army
proponent. Refer to AR 2530 for specific National Guard/Army National Guard of
dures for DA Form 6 comply with the guidance.
intent of this regulation. the United States, and the U.S. Army
Army internal control process. The Reserve.
Applicability. This regulation applies to regulation contains internal controls and
the Active Army, the Army National provides an internal control evaluation for
Guard/Army National Guard of the United use in evaluating key internal controls
States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, unless (see appendix B).
Contents (Listed by paragraph and page number)
Purpose 1, page 1
References 2, page 1
Explanation of abbreviations and terms 3, page 1
Responsibilities 4, page 1
Preparation and maintenance 5, page 1
Details from DA Form 6 6, page 1
Posting DA Form 6 7, page 1
Weekends and holidays 8, page 3
Details from units 9, page 3
Explanation of DA Form 6 in figure 1 10, page 3
Consolidated DA Form 6 11, page 3
A. References, page 4
*This regulation supersedes AR 22045, 15 November 1975.
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B. Internal Control Evaluation, page 4
Figure 1: DA Form 6, page 2
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This regulation prescribes policy for the maintenance of Department of the Army (DA) Form 6 (Duty Roster) at all
levels of command and in all types of organizations.
Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A.
3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms
Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary.
a. Deputy Chief of Staff, G1 will ensure that commanders establish standard operating procedures to ensure the
equitable assignment of duty and accurately track performance.
b. Installation and unit commanders will ensure that procedures for the maintenance of the DA Form 6 are followed,
that the DA Form 6 is kept for recording the duty performed by each Soldier in the organization, and that a separate
DA Form 6 is maintained for each duty requiring the detail of individuals.
c. All levels of commands to include Active Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard installations and
(1) Ensure that procedures for the maintenance of the DA Form 6 at all levels of command and in all types of
organizations are followed.
(2) Ensure that DA Form 6 is kept for recording the duty performed by each Soldier in the organization.
(3) Ensure that a separate DA Form 6 will be maintained for each duty requiring the detail of individuals. All
assignments to detail, except authorized special duty details, or other exceptions (see para 7c), will be made in
accordance with applicable DA Forms 6.
5. Preparation and maintenance
a. Dates will be entered as follows:
(1) The "From" date will always be the date immediately following the "To" date on the previous DA Form 6 and
will be entered at the time the new DA Form 6 is prepared.
(2) The "To" date will always be the date of the last detail made from that DA Form 6 and will be entered when
that DA Form 6 is closed.
(3) Intermediate dates will be entered on the DA Form 6 as details from that DA Form 6 are made. No date will be
entered for any day that detail was not made.
b. DA Form 6 will contain the names of only those Soldiers required to perform the duty involved.
c. When a new DA Form 6 is prepared, all names will be entered alphabetically within pay grade, beginning with
the highest pay grade and using appropriate grade of rank (abbreviated) as shown in Army Regulation (AR) 60020,
table 11. Subsequent names (for example, a Soldier newly arrived to the unit prior to the closing of the DA Form 6)
will be added at the foot of the DA Form 6.
d. A Soldier's name may be omitted or deleted from any DA Form 6 whenever he or she is excused from or not
qualified to perform the duty concerned.
6. Details from DA Form 6
Unless not available for duty (see para 7c), the Soldier who has had the longest break from performing duty assigned
by the DA Form 6 will be the next Soldier detailed. When that Soldier is not available, the Soldier on the DA Form 6
who has had the next longest break from performing duty assigned by the DA Form 6 will be detailed.
7. Posting DA Form 6
a. A DA Form 6 is posted only for those days on which a detail is selected.
b. When a detail is made from a DA Form 6, all Soldiers (other than Soldier(s) detailed for that specific
performance of the duty) on that DA Form 6 will be charged on that day with the number of details performed by other
personnel since the last time they were detailed, excluding any nonchargeable days. Nonchargeable days are those
referred to in paragraph 7c(1).
c. Whenever the DA Form 6 is posted, the abbreviations below will be used to indicate those not available for
detail. No other abbreviations are authorized.
(1) Soldiers who are absent or otherwise not available because of leave, pass, special duty, temporary duty, illness in
line of duty, or any other authorized reason (not due to misconduct) will be indicated by the letter "A." When a new
DA Form 6 is initiated that carries over a nonchargeable status from the previous DA Form 6, a superscript number
(for example, A3) will be manually added to the abbreviation "A" to indicate the last number charged, as shown on the
previous DA Form 6, before the Soldier entered upon the nonchargeable status. Entering such a number in the first
column of a new DA Form 6 eliminates the necessity for referring to the previous DA Form 6 when the Soldier returns
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