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  2. Good afternoon, I am trying to figure out if I need to clarify to the selection board that I was in limited duty status because it is not reflected anywhere in my service record. I believe on my psr it shows last 3 assignments and one of them was limdu orders to a shore unit although it's listed as acc 100 and not 105 (limdu) This happened right in the middle of my sea duty period. Basically I was at a sea command, for a year and a half then I got hurt and went on limdu orders. I then returned to a sea command afterwards. Like I said before my limdu assignment is listed as acc 100. The only place I have seen anything that references limdu is on my actual orders where it says acc 105. My question is do I need to address this to the board or not and if so what would be the best way. If they were to look at my record as it is now they would never know I was on limdu. Only that I left sea duty early and then returned to it again later.
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  5. Just be patient and hope for the best. JK, I know all eligibles are on edge at this time of year! Try and enjoy the summer! Haha!
  6. My only guess is that NPC is awaiting the quotas for your rate. Apart from that I would press your command to try and get some answers. Very odd case I will give you that.
  7. Board convenes Monday so the quotas should be out next week, any guesses on when the results will be out ? Last year it was 30 Jun, the year before it was out 8 Jul, and the previous year 2014 on 27 Jun. I am thinking it will be close to the 4th of July . Anyway best wishes!
  8. need some CPO help here. I am currently awaiting to hear if I made CPO from last year as I was granted a SSB through some unfortunate circumstances, made board this year and from what I hear I have to wait on quotas for this year to gain a quota for last year if I was selected. Board convened in Feb 2017 with no start or end date listed in the email. the SSB info I can obtain is all for officers and nothing is noted for CPO or enlisted portions of the board. Have any of you Chiefs been through this process or have insight? My Command is in the dark, as well as myself. I have a great record, completely up to date, and I hear catching this failure itself shows the board I continually screen my record. I have my AS, BS, MS and am currently a PhD candidate. Leadership, Mess involvement, CPO365 involvement all documented. MOVSM on the way. Guess I am just wondering what to think about this board issue and if it goes bad or otherwise how am I looking for this year. the way its going I may get both results at the same time. Thoughts on a weird issue no one in the entire reserves has to deal with but myself apparently. Any insight or advice is appreciated. The outcome of the SSB will have no impact of this year's board for you if you are not selected. It will take a quota away from this year's board if you are. But if whatever problem with you have with your record didn't exist last year and you would have made the cut you would have taken a quota from that board. If you want information on the process you should npc if you haven't already. The problem wasnt with my record but with NEAOS and getting my results to the board showing me as board eligible. I came out on the list as eligible but my test results were never forwarded. i caught it when i didnt receive an S or an N and started looking into it. To further aggregate the issue no one at NPC is talking to me including the Masterchief about it. I was informed all along about the process but only that i had a board in Feb 2017 and results would follow. running thought is that if it was an N i would know by now. Quotas come out next week so heres hoping something shows up. if not i have this board and everything is square as far as i can tell, along with 5 MCPO's who screened me.
  9. If anyone needs to send their LTB but are not on an NMCI Network, please utilize the following steps. Complete the following steps below to send a board package from a non-NMCI network: a. Go to https://dod411.gds.disa.mil to download the required mailbox certificate (Please note – Use Microsoft Outlook with a CAC reader along with Internet Explorer or Netscape 7) b. Type CSCSELBOARD@NAVY.MIL in the ”E-mail address" field c. Click “Search” d. Click the “CSC” link under “Last Name” e. Click on the link “Download Certificate(s) as vCard” f. Click “Software Certificate for CSCSELBOARD@NAVY.MIL” g. Click the “Open” button for the File Download popup h. Once the certificate opens, click “Save and Close” (the Certificate is then saved to the profile and can be used to send encrypted e-mail)
  10. Sad day for the Navy... An active-duty U.S. Navy admiral was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months in prison for lying to federal authorities about his relationship with a foreign defense contractor involved in a massive bribery and fraud scandal that has engulfed more than a dozen current or former Navy officials. http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/05/17/528849977/u-s-navy-admiral-sentenced-to-prison-in-bribery-scandal
  11. In a rare move, both the captain and executive officer of the San Diego-based warship Anchorage were fired Tuesday after “a loss of confidence in their ability to effectively lead and carry out assigned duties,” according to the Navy. http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/military/sd-me-relieve-anchorage-20170516-story.html
  12. The numbers which appear next to the name have everything to do with TIR, I know many folks would like to think that because they are number 1 or 2 that the board ranked them on the NAVADMIN, not so. I was number 1 on my selection NAVADMIN but that only meant that I had more time in rate than those others who advanced at the same time. Good question hope this answers it.
  13. WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The following reports the results of Special and General Courts-Martial tried and completed within the United States Navy in April 2017. The cases are listed by the Navy Region in which they were tried. Naval District Washington General Court-Martial * At a General Court-Martial in Washington, D.C., a Petty Officer 3rd Class was tried for one specification of aggravated assault, four specifications of assault consummated by battery, and one specification of destruction of non-military property. On April 4, 2017, the military judge returned a verdict of not guilty. Special Court-Martial * None. Navy Region Mid-Atlantic General Court-Martial * At a General Court-Martial in Norfolk, Virginia, Lt. j.g. Willie C. Jeter, Jr., USN, was tried for numerous offenses. On April 15, 2017, the panel of members returned a verdict of guilty to one specification of sexual harassment, one specification of driving a vehicle while intoxicated, two specifications of sexual assault, one specification of extortion, one specification of burglary, two specifications of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, one specification of communicating a threat, and one specification of unlawful entry and sentenced him to be Dismissed from the Service and to confinement for 20 years. * At a General Court-Martial in Norfolk, Virginia, Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordan L. Adams, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification each of aggravated sexual assault of a child, abusive sexual contact, indecent filming, and production of child pornography. On April 20, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Dishonorable Discharge and to confinement for 27 years. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than 10 years is to be suspended. The court-martial sentence will run concurrently with his federal sentence for production of child pornography. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. * At a General Court-Martial in Norfolk, Virginia, Petty Officer 1st Class Jason J. Dangerfield, USN, was tried for numerous offenses. On April 28, 2017, a panel of members returned a verdict of guilty to one specification of obstruction of justice and sentenced him to forfeit $1925 per month for 2 months and to 45 days restriction. Special Court-Martial * At a Special Court-Martial in Norfolk, Virginia, Airman Kurt F. Saavedra, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification each of wrongful use of a controlled substance, wrongful possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, wrongful distribution of a controlled substance, and wrongful introduction of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. On April 17, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Bad Conduct Discharge, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 10 months. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, the Bad Conduct Discharge and all confinement greater than 9 months is to be suspended pending Saavedra's administrative separation. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. * At a Special Court-Martial in Norfolk, Virginia, Seaman Apprentice Chirag H. Patel, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of aggravated sexual contact. On April 21, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Dishonorable Discharge, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 3 years. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, confinement greater than 15 months is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. Navy Region Southeast General Courts-Martial * At a General Court-Martial in Pensacola, Florida, Hospitalman Shawn E. Gibson, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of assault consummated by battery. On April 25, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to forfeit $1000 per month for 1 month, reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and confinement for 45 days. The pretrial agreement had no effect on his sentence. Special Courts-Martial * None. Navy Region Northwest General Court-Martial * At a General Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Chief Petty Officer Eric N. Sandoval, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to two specifications of rape of a child, two specifications of sexual abuse of a child, and one specification each of aggravated sexual abuse of a child and sexual assault of a child. On April 18, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Dishonorable Discharge, reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 45 years. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than 31 years is to be suspended if he completes the Sex Offender Treatment Program. The suspended confinement may be served if the Service Member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. Special Court-Martial * At a Special Court-Martial in Everett, Washington, Petty Officer 1st Class Kathleen R. Lambrix, USN, was tried for one specification each of dereliction of duty and making a false official statement. On April 5, 2017, the panel of members returned a verdict of guilty and sentenced her to a reprimand, to forfeit $1200 per month for 6 months, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-3, and to confinement for 30 days. * At a Special Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Seaman James T. Adams, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to two specifications of wrongful use of a controlled substance. On April 7, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to reduction in rank to paygrade E-2 and to confinement for 60 days. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than time served (14 days) is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the Service Member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. * At a Special Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Airman Timothy N. Jensen, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of discharging a firearm through negligence. On April 14, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to a reprimand, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1 and confinement for 30 days. The pretrial agreement had no effect on his sentence. * At a Special Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Airman Austin T. Sutton, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of wrongful distribution of a controlled substance. On April 14, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Bad Conduct Discharge, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 4 months. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than 30 days is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. * At a Special Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Airman Bryan D. Mellenthin, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification each of unauthorized absence and wrongfully dumping trash out of a vehicle. On April 19, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1 and to confinement for 149 days. The pretrial agreement had no effect on his sentence. * At a Special Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Pfc. Brandon T. Barnes, USMC, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to two specifications of making a false official statement, and one specification each of wrongful use of a controlled substance, failure to obey a lawful regulation, and consuming alcohol underage. On April 20, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1 and to confinement for 150 days. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than 120 days is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. * At a Special Court-Martial in Bremerton, Washington, Airman Apprentice Salvador D. Garza, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of making a false official statement, and two specifications of wrongful possession and introduction of a controlled substance. On April 27, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1 and to confinement for 60 days. The pretrial agreement had no effect on his sentence. Navy Region Southwest General Court-Martial * At a General Court-Martial in San Diego, Petty Officer 2nd Class Alex J. Werner, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of rape of a child and four specifications of aggravated sexual abuse of a child. On April 4, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Dishonorable Discharge, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 26 years. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement all confinement greater than 17 years is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. Special Court-Martial * At a Special Court-Martial in San Diego, Airman Kristopher A. Scrivens, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of conspiracy and three specifications of wrongful introduction of a controlled substance. On April 7, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1 and to confinement for 7 months. The pretrial agreement had no effect on his sentence. * At a Special Court-Martial in San Diego, Seaman Caleb C. Soto, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to four specifications of wrongful use of a controlled substance and one specification of wrongful introduction of a controlled substance. On April 10, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Bad Conduct Discharge, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to a period of confinement equivalent to time served (61 days). The pretrial agreement had no effect on his sentence. * At a Special Court-Martial in San Diego, Seaman Apprentice Laurisa R. Sylla, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification each of conspiracy, introduction with intent to distribute a controlled substance, obstruction of justice, and violating restriction orders. On April 14, 2017, the military judge sentenced her to forfeit $1195 per month for 1 month, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 90 days. The pretrial agreement had no effect on her sentence. Navy Region Hawaii General Court-Martial * At a General Court-Martial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Senior Chief Petty Officer Steven R. Stachowicz, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification of possession of child pornography. On April 6, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to be discharged with a Dishonorable Discharge, to forfeit of all pay and allowances, to reduction in rank to paygrade E-1, and to confinement for 10 years. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than 4 years is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the Service Member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. Special Court-Martial * At a Special Court-Martial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Petty Officer 3rd Class Logan J. Seidl, USN, pled guilty pursuant to a pretrial agreement to one specification each of assault consummated by a battery, attempted assault consummated by a battery, and false official statement. On April 27, 2017, the military judge sentenced him to reduction in rank to paygrade E-3 and to confinement for 89 days. Pursuant to the pretrial agreement, all confinement greater than 30 days is to be suspended. The suspended confinement may be served if the service member violates the terms of the pretrial agreement. Navy Region Japan General Court-Martial * None. Special Court-Martial * None. Navy Region Europe, Africa, Southwest Asia General Court-Martial * None. Special Court-Martial * None.
  14. UNCLASSIFIED ROUTINE R 161431Z MAY 17 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// NAVADMIN 119/17 MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/MAY// SUBJ/ANNOUNCEMENT OF MANDATORY ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS FOR WRONGFUL DISTRIBUTION OR BROADCASTING OF AN INTIMATE IMAGE// REF/A/MSG/SECNAV WASHINGTON DC/181436ZAPR17// REF/B/DOC/BUPERS/31MAR17// REF/C/DOC/SECNAV/15DEC05// NARR/REF A IS ALNAV 021/17, U.S. NAVY REGULATIONS, 1990 INTERIM CHANGE. REF B IS NAVPERS 15560D, NAVY MILITARY PERSONNEL MANUAL. REF C IS SECNAVINST 1920.6C, ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF OFFICERS.// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the requirement for mandatory administrative actions for officers and enlisted personnel who violate reference (a), Wrongful Distribution or Broadcasting of an Intimate Image. 2. Enlisted personnel who violate reference (a) must be processed for ADSEP in line with reference (b). Navy Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN) Article 1910-233, Mandatory Separation Processing and MILPERSMAN Article 1910-142, Separation by Reason of Misconduct - Commission of a Serious Offense, have been updated in line with this message. The version of the MILPERSMAN in effect on the date that the violation occurred governs ADSEP processing. 3. For officers who violate reference (a), commands will report the officer misconduct to Commander, Navy Personnel Command for actions outlined in reference (b), MILPERSMAN Article 1611-010, Officer Performance, and reference (c), SECNAVINST 1920.6C, Administrative Separation of Officers, as appropriate. 4. Points of contact are LCDR Jason Grose, Enlisted Separations (PERS-832), who can be reached at (901) 874-3045/DSN 882, or via e-mail at jason.grose(at)navy.mil. CDR Thomas Korsmo, Officer Performance and Separations (PERS-834) at (901)874-4424/DSN 882, or via e-mail at thomas.korsmo(at)navy.mil. 5. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1. // BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  15. UNCLASSIFIED ROUTINE R 121317Z MAY 17 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// NAVADMIN 116/17 MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/MAY// SUBJ/FY-18 NURSE CORPS MEDICAL ENLISTED COMMISSIONING PROGRAM SELECTION 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 solicits applications for the FY-18 Nurse Corps Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP) selection board. The FY-18 MECP selection board will convene in November 2017. MECP provides a path for active-duty and Full-Time Support (FTS) enlisted Sailors and Marines, in any rating or military occupational specialty, who already have some college credit, to obtain a baccalaureate degree in nursing and a commission in the Nurse Corps. Reservists in a FTS status are eligible, reservists in any status other than FTS are not eligible. 2. Applications must be postmarked by 15 September 2017 and mailed to: Commanding Officer Navy Medicine Professional Development Center 8955 Wood Road Bldg 1 16TH Floor, Rms 16141, 16148 Bethesda, MD 20889-5628 Additional or amplifying documents must be received by 6 October 2017. Incomplete packages will not be reviewed by the board. 3. Reference (a) provides application procedures and requirements. Chapters 1, 2, and 5 should be read in their entirety. Additional application information can be found at http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmpdc/professional-development/ SitePages/Enlisted%20Commissioning%20Programs.aspx. Applicants must not have reached their 42nd birthday by the time of initial commission. Age waivers will not be granted. A MARADMIN will outline conditional release procedures for active-duty Marines who are selected to participate in the program. 4. Points of contact are Beverly D. Kemp, Navy Medical Professional Development Center, Code O3C HMDT, who can be reached at (301) 319-4520/DSN 285, or via e-mail at beverly.d.kemp.civ(at)mail.mil and HM2 Ian M. Polage who can be reached at (301) 295-0925/DSN 295 or via e-mail at ian.m.polage.mil(at)mail.mil. 5. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or 30 September 2018, whichever occurs first. 6. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  16. The Navy plans to expand its emerging "over-the-horizon" ship-launched cruise missile defense technology to a wider range of airborne sensor platforms beyond an E2-D Hawkeye and Marine Corps F-35B - to possibly include the Navy's own carrier-launched stealthy F-35C and F/A-18 Super Hornets, service officials said. http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/story/1670908-navy-ship-cruise-missile-defense-to-use-f-35c
  17. The U.S. Navy’s long-delayed nuclear-powered Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), the lead of ship of the United States’ latest class of carriers, will begin acceptance trials this month, according to acting Navy Secretary Sean Stackley, USNI News reports. http://thediplomat.com/2017/05/us-navys-13-billion-supercarrier-to-begin-acceptance-trials-in-may/
  18. Should find out the quotas for FTS E-7 next week.
  19. Still waiting for the second interview to be set up...nothing more.
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  21. I get it now. Thanks for clarification. I will be sending my package this week using safe.amrdec.
  22. That's not what I meant. I was giving the link that let's the service member know if the package has been received. The current navadmin 278/16 does not say anything about the safe army website anymore. The previous navadmins regarding chief selection does. On the link, you will find out when it was received, and how many pages they received.
  23. Do you mean to say that safe.amrdec.army.mil website doesn't work anymore?
  24. For AC brothers and sisters who have not submitted their package yet, this is the link to find out if NPC has received your package. As per their page, allow 10 working days from submission date before asking if they received it or not. https://npccontactcenter.ahf.nmci.navy.mil/OA_HTML/npc.html If this is your first time accessing this page, you must make an account either by calling them or chatting. For me, it was a 1 day turn around to get access. I was used to sending my package through the army website, but NA 278/16 removed it. Either encrypted e-mail or mail in is authorized as per NA.
  25. A retired admiral is accusing the highest levels of the Navy legal corps at the Pentagon of improperly interfering in the case of a decorated Navy SEAL convicted of sexual assault. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/may/12/patrick-lorge-retired-admiral-charges-pentagon-bra/
  26. 10 days left until FTS board convenes...hoping for at least 10 quotas(AT)..
  27. PORTSMOUTH A sailor based in Portsmouth who was last seen in Yosemite National Park a week ago didn’t have a vehicle with him and left behind belongings at his campsite, according to park officials. Rescue crews are searching for 24-year-old Hospitalman Alexander Joseph Sevier, who works at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth and was on leave last week. http://pilotonline.com/news/military/local/missing-sailor-at-yosemite-national-park-didn-t-have-car/article_46b43443-a65f-58f4-883f-19d3a2eee73a.html
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