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    FY19 Chief Selection Board

    It’s should be, I received an army achievement medal and it’s in my OMPF
  3. So we just had change of command, and completed a major inspection last week. I recieved a NAM for the dates of the inspection. Opinions on if it's worth sending into the board. I'm just not sure if 1 NAM is enough to sway things in my favor. Also I've never gotten a clear answer on if my Army Com should be in my OMPF or not.
  4. Yesterday
  5. They changed it to the adjournment date because of past screwups. On the NAVADMIN this year.
  6. I used it this year and last year since I can’t send encrypted emails. They will send you a email when your package gets download to the board. http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?id=94247
  7. Japan’s defense minister has expressed concerns about the safety of Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft after a report blamed downwash for a crash off Australia that killed three last summer. https://www.stripes.com/news/japanese-defense-minister-expresses-concern-after-osprey-crash-report-1.528590
  8. WASHINGTON — The United States rescinded an invitation to China to participate in a massive naval exercise in the Pacific in the summer, citing evidence of Beijing’s continued militarization of disputed islands in the South China Sea, Pentagon officials announced Wednesday. https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/us-rescinds-invitation-to-chinese-navy-to-participate-in-major-pacific-exercise-1.528701
  9. MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- The first set of Golden and Silver Tickets have been issued to 16 Sailors under the new Targeted Reentry Program (TRP), Navy leaders said May 22. "We had 17 applicants and 16 were approved with 12 awarded a Golden Ticket and four awarded a Silver Ticket," said Capt. Dave Whitehead, director, Military Community Management. The tickets allow for a streamlined reentry process to the Navy for active duty and Full-Time Support (FTS) Sailors who are leaving the Navy and who decide not to affiliate with the Ready Reserve. Golden Ticket holders are guaranteed a streamlined return within one year of release, should they return to active duty. Silver Ticket holders are afforded a streamlined return for up to two years, but are subject to the needs of the Navy and community management approval. Golden Tickets not used in the first year become a Silver Ticket for a second year. "The Navy makes a significant investment in educating and training our Sailors," Whitehead said. "That, coupled with their leadership experience, makes them highly valuable to the Navy. Providing an opportunity to preserve this talent at critical career transition points increases our return on investment while giving our former Sailors an easier choice to return to Service." The TRP was designed to assist commanders in retaining superior performers who otherwise intend to fully separate from the Navy. Prior to separation, COs can nominate Sailors for participation in the program. The community managers at the Bureau of Naval Personnel manage the nominations and make a determination on which Sailors are approved for participation and which receive Golden or Silver Tickets. Separating personnel have the final decision in whether or not they want to participate in the program. Members who are awarded a ticket are transferred into Standby Reserve-Inactive status for the two-year life of their tickets. This Reserve status requires no drilling, members will earn no pay, and will not be eligible for promotion or advancement, health care, retirement points, Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance, and other benefits. Those who return to active duty through TRP will return in the same rank/rate/designator they held prior to separation, but date of rank and time in grade adjustments will be made. To be eligible for TRP Sailors must meet the following requirements: * Be in pay grades O-3 - O-4 or E-4 - E-6 with no more than 14 years of service; * Medically fit for separation and must have passed their most recent physical fitness assessment; * Not in a Failure of Selection status; * Have no adverse/criminal/civil convictions including court-martial and non-judicial punishment. For more information about TRP read NAVADMIN 047/18 at www.npc.navy.mil
  10. UNCLASSIFIED ROUTINE R 231348Z MAY 18 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 128/18 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENDAMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/MAY// SUBJ/FY-20 ACTIVE-DUTY NUCLEAR LIMITED DUTY OFFICER IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT BOARD// REF/A/DOC/OPNAV/14DEC09// AMPN/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1420.1B, ENLISTED TO OFFICER COMMISSIONING PROGRAMS APPLICATION ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL.// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces solicitation of applications from highly qualified and motivated E-6 through E-8 active duty nuclear- trained personnel for the FY-20 Nuclear Limited Duty Officer (LDO) Program. Nuclear LDOs bring a variety of experience and unique perspectives into the wardroom from their enlisted service. The Nuclear LDO career path provides additional leadership opportunities and enhances ability of a Sailor to contribute to the Navy. 2. All time in service (TIS) requirements for the FY-20 Nuclear LDO In- Service Procurement Board (ISPB) will be computed to 1 October 2019. TIS requirement for the Nuclear LDO Program is 8-16 years, no TIS waivers will be considered. A conditional release is not required for the Nuclear LDO Program. Applications will not be accepted for nuclear Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) designator (7401). 3. This NAVADMIN supplements reference (a). Where conflicts with reference (a) exist, this NAVADMIN takes precedence. 4. Updated policy guidance to reference (a) a. All applicants for the Nuclear LDO program will complete only pages 1, 2, 6, and 10 of the Officer Programs Application (OPNAV 1420/1) form. Other information applicants consider pertinent to their application not contained in the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) of the member should be submitted as sequentially numbered enclosures to the application pages. The list of enclosures that was previously submitted on page 8 of the OPNAV 1420/1 application form is not required. All enclosures should be annotated on the bottom right of each page with the last name of the applicant and "Enclosure X of Y" with X being the sequential number of the enclosure and Y being the total number of enclosures. Latest LDO/CWO Eligibility Checklist should be included with applicable blocks filled out. b. E6 applicants must submit a copy of their current E7 examination profile sheet showing CPO board eligibility as enclosure (1) to their application. c. Engineering Watch Supervisor (EWS) or Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor (PPWS) qualification is required to apply for Nuclear LDO. E6 applicants must ensure that EWS or PPWS qualification is documented via evaluations, commanding officer (CO) endorsement, or enclosure. As EWS/PPWS qualification is also a requirement for selection to CPO, selected CPOs and above do not need to submit this documentation. d. Since the board will not have access to the 15 September 2018 CPO or 15 November 2018 PO1 evaluations, COs are encouraged to discuss any highlights in the performance of the applicant since the last evaluation in their recommendation. e. The CO endorsement must contain the following statement: "Applicant meets all requirements outlined in OPNAVINST 1420.1B, NAVADMIN 128/18, and the physical fitness standards of OPNAVINST 6110.1J." f. The three-person interview appraisal board with associated appraisal sheets and medical documentation of color vision test are not required. It is preferred that COs indicate the ranking among nuclear candidates from their command, even if one of one. g. The CO endorsement should also clearly state the command and COs name/rank. h. All Nuclear LDO applicant packages will be forwarded to Naval Reactors for technical review prior to presentation to the Nuclear LDO ISPB. i. Sailors selected for Nuclear LDO will require a separate technical interview at Naval Reactors to receive a commission. Those Sailors not successfully completing a final technical interview will maintain their enlisted status and will not be commissioned as LDOs. Additionally, these Sailors are ineligible to submit future applications to the Nuclear LDO program. Technical interviews will be scheduled by Nuclear Placement and Assignments (PERS-422) and selectees notified via separate correspondence. 5. The FY-20 Active-Duty Nuclear LDO ISPB will convene at a date to be determined in November 2018. Applications must be received no later than 31 August 2018. Addendums will only be accepted to correct application errors and must be received no later than 31 October 2018. Communication to the board must originate from the individual applicant. Information received that is not under the cover letter of the applicant (e.g., third party correspondence) and endorsed by the command, or not received by the established deadline will not be presented to the board. Electronic submission of applications and addendums is encouraged and preferred. The time and date (Central Standard Time) received in the nukeldo(at)navy.mil inbox is the time and date used for deadline verification. Applications that are mailed must be postmarked no later than 31 August 2018. Addendums that are mailed must be postmarked no later than 31 October 2018. 6. The application submission addresses are: a. Electronic: nukeldo(at)navy.mil (preferred method). Applications should be scanned and submitted via encrypted email using military e-mail accounts. b. Regular Post: Navy Personnel Command Selection Board Support Division President, FY-20 Active Enlisted to Nuclear LDO ISP Board 20182 PERS-35 Selection Board Support Division Bldg 769 Rm 198 5720 Integrity Drive Millington, TN 38055-3500 c. Express Mail: Navy Personnel Command Selection Board Support Division President, FY-20 Active Enlisted to Nuclear LDO ISP Board 20182 5640 Ticonderoga Loop Bldg 768 Rm E302 Millington, TN 38055 7. Applicants must maintain eligibility throughout the selection and promotion process. Applicants who are deemed ineligible must be declared ineligible by their current CO via letter to Nuclear Program Manager (OPNAV N133). 8. Point of contact for questions about the Nuclear LDO ISPB is the Nuclear LDO Community Manager (OPNAV N133E) at (703) 604-5489 or via e-mail at david.f.etheridge(at)navy.mil. 9. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or 30 September 2019, whichever comes first. 10. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  11. For those applying Nuke LDO, your NAVADMIN has been released (see below). Highlights include only completing pages 1, 2, 6 & 10 of the application, NO interview appraisals are required, timeline is 8-16 years (vice 14 for other LDO designators), and no CWO applicants are being accepted. Good luck to those of you qualifying for this! RTTUZYUW RHOIAAA0001 1431349-UUUU--RHSSSUU. ZNR UUUUU R 231348Z MAY 18 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 128/18 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENDAMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/MAY// SUBJ/FY-20 ACTIVE-DUTY NUCLEAR LIMITED DUTY OFFICER IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT BOARD// REF/A/DOC/OPNAV/14DEC09// AMPN/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1420.1B, ENLISTED TO OFFICER COMMISSIONING PROGRAMS APPLICATION ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL.// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces solicitation of applications from highly qualified and motivated E-6 through E-8 active duty nuclear- trained personnel for the FY-20 Nuclear Limited Duty Officer (LDO) Program. Nuclear LDOs bring a variety of experience and unique perspectives into the wardroom from their enlisted service. The Nuclear LDO career path provides additional leadership opportunities and enhances ability of a Sailor to contribute to the Navy. 2. All time in service (TIS) requirements for the FY-20 Nuclear LDO In-Service Procurement Board (ISPB) will be computed to 1 October 2019. TIS requirement for the Nuclear LDO Program is 8-16 years, no TIS waivers will be considered. A conditional release is not required for the Nuclear LDO Program. Applications will not be accepted for nuclear Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) designator (7401). 3. This NAVADMIN supplements reference (a). Where conflicts with reference (a) exist, this NAVADMIN takes precedence. 4. Updated policy guidance to reference (a) a. All applicants for the Nuclear LDO program will complete only pages 1, 2, 6, and 10 of the Officer Programs Application (OPNAV 1420/1) form. Other information applicants consider pertinent to their application not contained in the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) of the member should be submitted as sequentially numbered enclosures to the application pages. The list of enclosures that was previously submitted on page 8 of the OPNAV 1420/1 application form is not required. All enclosures should be annotated on the bottom right of each page with the last name of the applicant and "Enclosure X of Y" with X being the sequential number of the enclosure and Y being the total number of enclosures. Latest LDO/CWO Eligibility Checklist should be included with applicable blocks filled out. b. E6 applicants must submit a copy of their current E7 examination profile sheet showing CPO board eligibility as enclosure (1) to their application. c. Engineering Watch Supervisor (EWS) or Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor (PPWS) qualification is required to apply for Nuclear LDO. E6 applicants must ensure that EWS or PPWS qualification is documented via evaluations, commanding officer (CO) endorsement, or enclosure. As EWS/PPWS qualification is also a requirement for selection to CPO, selected CPOs and above do not need to submit this documentation. d. Since the board will not have access to the 15 September 2018 CPO or 15 November 2018 PO1 evaluations, COs are encouraged to discuss any highlights in the performance of the applicant since the last evaluation in their recommendation. e. The CO endorsement must contain the following statement: "Applicant meets all requirements outlined in OPNAVINST 1420.1B, NAVADMIN 128/18, and the physical fitness standards of OPNAVINST 6110.1J." f. The three-person interview appraisal board with associated appraisal sheets and medical documentation of color vision test are not required. It is preferred that COs indicate the ranking among nuclear candidates from their command, even if one of one. g. The CO endorsement should also clearly state the command and COs name/rank. h. All Nuclear LDO applicant packages will be forwarded to Naval Reactors for technical review prior to presentation to the Nuclear LDO ISPB. i. Sailors selected for Nuclear LDO will require a separate technical interview at Naval Reactors to receive a commission. Those Sailors not successfully completing a final technical interview will maintain their enlisted status and will not be commissioned as LDOs. Additionally, these Sailors are ineligible to submit future applications to the Nuclear LDO program. Technical interviews will be scheduled by Nuclear Placement and Assignments (PERS-422) and selectees notified via separate correspondence. 5. The FY-20 Active-Duty Nuclear LDO ISPB will convene at a date to be determined in November 2018. Applications must be received no later than 31 August 2018. Addendums will only be accepted to correct application errors and must be received no later than 31 October 2018. Communication to the board must originate from the individual applicant. Information received that is not under the cover letter of the applicant (e.g., third party correspondence) and endorsed by the command, or not received by the established deadline will not be presented to the board. Electronic submission of applications and addendums is encouraged and preferred. The time and date (Central Standard Time) received in the nukeldo(at)navy.mil inbox is the time and date used for deadline verification. Applications that are mailed must be postmarked no later than 31 August 2018. Addendums that are mailed must be postmarked no later than 31 October 2018. 6. The application submission addresses are: a. Electronic: nukeldo(at)navy.mil (preferred method). Applications should be scanned and submitted via encrypted email using military e-mail accounts. b. Regular Post: Navy Personnel Command Selection Board Support Division President, FY-20 Active Enlisted to Nuclear LDO ISP Board 20182 PERS-35 Selection Board Support Division Bldg 769 Rm 198 5720 Integrity Drive Millington, TN 38055-3500 c. Express Mail: Navy Personnel Command Selection Board Support Division President, FY-20 Active Enlisted to Nuclear LDO ISP Board 20182 5640 Ticonderoga Loop Bldg 768 Rm E302 Millington, TN 38055 7. Applicants must maintain eligibility throughout the selection and promotion process. Applicants who are deemed ineligible must be declared ineligible by their current CO via letter to Nuclear Program Manager (OPNAV N133). 8. Point of contact for questions about the Nuclear LDO ISPB is the Nuclear LDO Community Manager (OPNAV N133E) at (703) 604-5489 or via e-mail at david.f.etheridge(at)navy.mil. 9. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or 30 September 2019, whichever comes first. 10. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN <DmdsSecurity>UNCLASSIFIED</DmdsSecurity> <DmdsReleaser>DAVIS.COURTNEY.LANEE.1461333920</DmdsReleaser> CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED
  12. Thanks Tony, Is there an archive of the Minimum Multiple Rq'd from previous cycles? They had to do a BCNR for me this cycle and I'm not sure if I made it off of last cycle or this one. V/r
  13. The members for the board was released on NPC. I still don't know anyone!! LOL! Pro or con? I have no idea.
  14. At 1100 EDT, candidates participating in advancement cycle 102 (Reserve) and 239 (Active Duty) will be able to access their individual profile sheet via NEAS: https://prod-neas.ncdc.navy.mil/NEASRpts/Individual.aspx. You must be on a .mil domain to access your advancement profile sheet. Profile data will be available via NSIPS on June 1st. Contact your command ESO if you are having trouble accessing the site.
  15. I know! I feel like they should be out by now!! Board convened on Monday...
  16. Spring 2018 Petty Officer Advancement Results Released Active Duty Petty Officer Results. Selected Reserve Petty Officer Results. Full Time Support Petty Officer Results. CVR Petty Officer Results. http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?issue=3&amp;id=105724
  17. This is my final look (again), not holding my breath. Wish the quotas would get out here so we have some idea of our chances.
  18. Has anyone heard of anyone making Chief with a court martial on their record?
  19. WASHINGTON ― The Pentagon plans to invest more than $20 billion in munitions in its next budget. But whether the industrial base will be there to support such massive buys in the future is up in the air — at a time when America is expending munitions at increasingly intense rates. https://www.defensenews.com/pentagon/2018/05/22/the-us-is-running-out-of-bombs-and-it-may-soon-struggle-to-make-more/
  20. Last week
  21. Results were released to command triads today via BOL. Exam profile sheets will be released at 1100 EDT tomorrow, Wednesday. Candidates can view their profile sheets on NEAS Web using the attached link: https://prod-neas.ncdc.navy.mil/NEASRpts/Individual.aspx You must be on a .mil domain computer to access your profile sheet. A general release, listing the names of those selected for advancement, will be posted when available.
  22. Has anyone use https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe to send in their package?
  23. Congrats man!!!! Well done!
  24. 1) Yes, it is a bit delayed, but do not that hold up your application nor where you should be at this point in the "season". 2) There was some talk of altering the application form/format beginning this year, which would drastically simplify the application. This would mean deviating from the requirements (to include the application enclosure) outlined in the 1420.1. My guess is that, if anything specifically is holding up the release of the NAVADMIN, it is because they are really trying to push approval of the new application format prior to releasing the message. Although, the ECM's told me in person that this new application format wouldn't hold up the release of the message......so, take this possibility with that in mind.
  25. @osiris0107 The most common answer to this is that you must have your commands approval in order to apply. If the chain of command wont endorse a package, why waste the time putting it together and going through the process. The request chit to the CO serves as a precursor to him/her endorsing your final package for submission to the board. I have had several people who want to apply but are not even remotely qualified nor competitive, and the chain of command would not endorse a package for them. The request chit allowed this to be identified before a lot of people wasted a lot of time (individual, command, appraisal members, selection board members, etc) going through the application process with these members. As for where it is in black and white, most commands will have it located in their local command procedures for enlisted to officer commission applications. Other than that, there is no where that it is in writing that i know of.
  26. Here’s hoping the numbers are good ...
  27. The board did convene today but the quotas were not released. I'm hoping 2mro when the E4-E6 results come out to the triad.
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