Military Cadre members are carefully reviewed and selected to fill Cadre positions at Warrior Transition Units (WTUs) and Community Care Unit (CCUs). Senior Commanders are responsible for resourcing and approving personnel to fill cadre positions. WTU/CCU commanders will interview and review the records of candidates to validate that the candidates possess the required skills to work as a WTU/CCU Cadre member.
Reserve Component personnel who wish to support our wounded, ill and injured Soldiers as a Cadre member should apply in the Tour of Duty system. Active Component Soldiers are selected from the installation. All personnel identified for assignment as Cadre are assigned against an authorized TDA position commensurate to their service component. All Cadre assignments are recommended as two-year obligations.
For detailed procedural guidance on the selection and assignment of military personnel to a WTU/CCU, please refer to Army Regulation 40-58: Warrior Care and Transition Program (WCTP), Chapter 6 or ask us a question via the Cadre Collaboration Portal .
Only squad leaders and platoon sergeants are authorized SDAP. Soldiers must be performing and slotted in an authorized squad leader or platoon sergeant position to receive SDAP.
Recommended cadre assignments are two-years, but one 12-month extension may be requested. Active Component Cadre personnel will be stabilized for 24 months upon assignment into the WTU.
WTU key leader positions include the battalion commander, battalion command sergeant major, separate company commander, first sergeant, platoon sergeant, squad leader, nurse case manager and senior nurse case manager.
There are 25 WTUs at major Army installations. The WTU and CCU locations can be found here: http://www.wtc.army.mil/wtc/locations.html.