SUBMITTING MANDATORY COMMAND OPERATIONS REPORT (COR) FOR CY2021 REF/A/DOC/OPNAVINST 5750.12L CH-1/26MAR2021:
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SUBJ//SUBMITTING MANDATORY COMMAND OPERATIONS REPORT (COR) FOR CY2021
REF/A/DOC/OPNAVINST 5750.12L CH-1/26MAR2021//
AMPN/REF (A) IS CNO INSTRUCTION ON ANNUAL COMMAND
RMKS/1. Per reference (a), all officers in command (afloat and ashore,
including all task forces, groups, and units) shall submit an annual Command
Operations Report (COR) for their unit. Each command with a Unit
Identification Code (UIC or RUIC) is required to submit their own report with
one exception: if the command has fewer than 100 personnel, its ISIC can
submit on its behalf. Commands with 100 or more personnel (to include
military, civilian and contractors) shall submit their own report.
2. CORs for echelons 4-6 are due 1 March 2022; echelon 3 commands are due
15 March 2022; and echelon 2 commands are due 1 April 2022. ISICs are
expected to ensure their subordinate commands submit their CORs.
3. CY2020 CORs not submitted to date shall be submitted regardless of their
4. CY2021 CORs shall include information pertaining to activities in
response to COVID-19. This information, including but not limited to,
reports, briefs, messages, white papers, emails, and images, shall be
included in the COR package as supporting reports. Narrative sections shall
include information recounting COVID-19 preparedness, challenges, impacts on
operations, and command response. Chronology sections shall include dates
corresponding to preparedness measures, incidents, and responses. The
classification level this information should not be the determining factor of
5. CORs should be submitted electronically to the Naval History and Heritage
Command (NHHC). Reference (a) and a template with guidance are available
on the NHHC's COR website. (See https://www.history.navy.mil/about-
Questions about cors should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. The COR must be classified at the level necessary to completely describe
the respective commands operations and actions over the last year. CORs
classified no higher than the Secret level should be sent to
Reports classified higher than Secret are also accepted and welcomed.
Contact listed SIPRNet email for instruction.
7. Point of Contact: The COR Program may be contacted at comm:
(202) 433-9873 and email: email@example.com or
8. Released by Mr. Andrew S. Haeuptle, Director, Navy Staff.//