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  2. Is the Navy scaling back the LDO/ CWO program?
  3. Even looked into the HR community until I found out they only have a reserve HR commissioning available and I am active duty.
  4. I would like to apply but I am an NC (CRF) now and we dont have a LDO/CWO path. Plus I am at 15 years so last year was it for me. I have looked at OCS paths but due to age (35) PAO and Intel are the only ones available and I dont have the experience or proper degree for Intel, and PAO is a long-shot.
  5. A tense new video shows what it’s like in the control room of a seven thousand ton nuclear-powered attack submarine as it breaks through a layer of polar ice. The USS Hartford surfaced in the Beaufort Sea, north of the Canadian mainland, to participate in the U.S. Military’s ICEX 2018 exercise. https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/navy-ships/a19843467/watch-a-us-navy-submarine-smash-through-polar-ice/
  6. Yesterday
  7. A new infographic shows the underwater might of the Russian Navy and its fleet of 72 submarines, one more than the U.S. Navy at the time of this writing. Split between nuclear missile submarines, cruise missile submarines, attack submarines, and unique special mission and test submarines, the Russian Navy is no slouch. https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/navy-ships/a19863945/here-are-all-the-submarines-of-the-russian-navy-in-one-infographic/
  8. The Navy announced Friday that it has taken another step forward in a $34 million anti-mine program that relies on flying robots to help Marines hit the beach. On April 6, the San Diego-based littoral combat ship Coronado successfully completed second-phase operational testing of the Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis system. http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/military/sd-me-lcs-cobra-20180420-story.html
  9. The Navy’s top officer said Thursday that he regrets the message he sent to the fleet when he failed to promptly remove one of his spokesmen who was accused of sexual impropriety at a Navy Christmas party but allowed to stay on in the high-level position for months. https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2018/04/19/bad-santa-case-could-have-been-handled-better-navys-top-officer-says/
  10. Just got my official degree completion plan showing I will graduate with my Bachelors Degree July 13, taking 4 classes next term to finish it up as fast as possible. Hopefully the board will take it into consideration even though I wont have it done in time to submit it with my package.
  11. Thanks HM1, Good luck this year.
  12. FY19 Chief Selection Board

    Yes, you can. I used to be the CPC at the school and dealt with a lot of PS' in the past. You can ask your CPC to help you TOPS your inquiry to PSD. Good luck.
  13. Correct, I was aware PSD is suppose to perform a close out upon reenlistment or getting out. The fact that they didn't or at least didn't get it entered into my OMPF is the issue. The last time anything was updated it was in 2010.
  14. FY19 Chief Selection Board

    1. When I received my first MOVSM I claimed the volunteer hours from 2006 to 2011. I had a broken volunteer hours so I claimed more years to support the three years worth of volunteerism. 2. PSD usually perform a close out for your 880 and 881 to OMPF upon reenlistment, and or getting out of service.
  15. I have a few questions for the members here I could use some help with. 1) MOVSM: working on getting mine but reading the requirements for it are open for interpretation. My question is if I have volunteer service over my career documented with letters or in my evals could I use them to put in for it or should I have more consecutive years of service? With multiple deployments coming in almost back to back to back, I don't have any volunteer work here recent. I never considered even trying to get a MOVSM and that's not why I have volunteered. But if I have in the past could I use my evals and "Thank you" letters as proof or should it be recent activity? 2) While reviewing my record I noticed my NAVPERS 1070/880 Honors and Awards, 1070/882 Training Summary, 1070/886 Member Data Summary, and 1070/605 History of Assignments have not been updated since 2010. I have printed them out off of NSIPS and going to take them to admin to get updated to OMPF, Should I Still submit with my package while waiting for it to be updated or hold off on submitting my package until they do unless June 4 comes around?
  16. Last week
  17. THE PENTAGON — Saturday’s pre-dawn joint air strike against three Syrian chemical weapons facilities was notable not just for its success, but for also being the first time a Virginia-class submarine fired missiles in combat and the first time Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles-Extended Range (JASSM-ER) were used tactically, USNI News has learned. https://news.usni.org/2018/04/16/32965
  18. MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan — State-of-the-art parts fabrication is keeping America’s most advanced stealth fighter in the air during its first deployment aboard the USS Wasp. When a plastic bumper for a landing-gear door wore out this month on an F-35B Lightning II embarked on the amphibious assault ship, a 3-D printer was used to whip up a new one. https://www.stripes.com/news/3-d-printer-keeps-f-35b-flying-during-uss-wasp-deployment-1.522987
  19. UNCLASSIFIED ROUTINE R 191107Z APR 18 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 099/18 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/APR// SUBJ/CERTIFICATION OF HONORABLE SERVICE FOR PURPOSES OF NATURALIZATION APPLICATIONS// REF/A/LTR/OUSD(P&R)/13OCT17// REF/B/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/15MAR16// REF/C/LTR/SECNAV/18JAN18// NARR/REF A IS A MEMORANDUM FOR SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS, SUBJ: CERTIFICATE OF HONORABLE SERVICE FOR MEMBERS OF THE SELECTED RESERVE OF THE READY RESERVE AND MEMBERS OF THE ACTIVE COMPONENTS OF THE MILITARY OR NAVAL FORCES FOR THE PURPOSES OF NATURALIZATION. REF B IS MILPERSMAN 5352-01, NATURALIZATION AND DERIVED CITIZENSHIP OF MILITARY PERSONNEL. REF C IS A MEMORANDUM FOR CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS, SUBJ: HONORABLE SERVICE CERTIFICATE AUTHORITY FOR MEMBERS OF THE SELECTED RESERVE OF THE READY RESERVE AND MEMBERS OF THE ACTIVE COMPONENTS OF THE MILITARY OR NAVAL FORCES FOR THE PURPOSES OF NATURALIZATION.// POC/SOMERVILLE/KATHLENE/OJAG 16/JAG/TEL: (202)685-4639/DSN: 325// RMKS/1. Reference (a) established new standards and procedures to certify honorable service for active duty members and members of the selected reserve of the ready reserve for citizenship naturalization. Accordingly, the authority in reference (b) authorizing personnel support detachments and personnel offices to certify honorable service on United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Form N-426 is rescinded. 2. In line with reference (c), effective immediately, the authority to certify honorable military service on USCIS Form N-426 is delegated to the first O-6 or higher in the permanent or temporary duty chain of command. 3. Additionally, references (a) and (c) mandate new requirements for minimum time in service for certification of honorable service. Specifically: a. For those active and reserve members whose date of enlistment or accession is prior to 13 October 2017, the minimum length of service is 45 days inclusive of basic military training. b. For those members in the active component whose date of enlistment or accession is on or after 13 October 2017, the minimum length of service is 180 days inclusive of the successful completion of basic military training. c. For those members in the selected reserve of the ready reserve whose date of enlistment or accession is on or after 13 October 2017, the minimum length of service is one year of satisfactory service towards non-regular retirement, inclusive of the successful completion of basic training by the member. d. For those members who have served in an active duty status in a hazardous duty area, consult reference (a) directly. 4. Commands shall ensure members who are not U.S. citizens are aware of the new requirements to obtain honorable service certification on USCIS Form N- 426. Questions concerning honorable certification requirements should be directed to the command legal officer or nearest Region Legal Service Office region citizenship program manager. References (a) and (c) may be found at http://www.jag.navy.mil/organization/code_16_immigration_info.htm. Reference (b) may be found at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers- npc/reference/milpersman/5000/pages/default.aspx. 5. The Legal Assistance Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General (Code 16) retains oversight responsibility for the U.S. Navy Naturalization Program. Advice and assistance regarding naturalization laws, regulations, and procedures are available at (202) 685-4639/DSN 325 or kathlene.somerville(at)navy.mil. 6. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  20. http://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?issue=3&id=105193 UNCLASSIFIED ROUTINE R 181454Z APR 18 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 098/18 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/APR// SUBJ/FY-19 NAVY RESERVE E8 AND E9 ADVANCEMENT SELECTION BOARDS RESULTS// REF/A/DOC/BUPERS/2NOV07// NARR/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1430.16F, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE. GENTEXT/RMKS/1. Congratulations to the following personnel who have been selected for advancement to senior and master chief petty officer by the FY- 19 Navy Reserve E8 and E9 Selection Boards. Strong competition between qualified professionals is one of the strengths of our Navy and your selection speaks highly of your abilities. 2. This NAVADMIN is not authorization for advancement. Specific dates of advancement will be published by Commanding Officer, Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center Pensacola, FL. Personnel listed below may be frocked IAW reference (a) if qualified. 3. Members are directed to verify their select status via BUPERS On-Line. The selection list is in alphabetical order by rate within competitive category. Read each line from left to right, name, and numerical order of advancement. Categories of advancement are selected reservist and full time support. Selected Reservist Master Chief ABCM - Master Chief Aviation Boatswains Mate Guadron Anton 001 Macias Ray Ed 002 AFCM - Master Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman Moothart Jenn 001 AVCM - Master Chief Avionics Maintenance Technician Ayers Matthew 001 Morehouse Ada 002 CTICM - Master Chief Cryptologic Technician Interpretive Kumagai Shawn 001 CTNCM - Master Chief Cryptologic Technician Networks Skiles Steven 001 CTRCM - Master Chief Cryptologic Technician Collection Demattia Crai 002 May Lynn Brix 001 CUCM - Master Chief Constructionman Brancatelli M 003 Grimmer Micha 004 Hinderberger 005 Mccarty Micha 002 Schippers Jr 001 EMCM - Master Chief Electricians Mate Rainbow Katee 001 EQCM - Master Chief Equipmentman Bella John Jo 003 Clark Stephen 001 Green William 004 Hashagen Jero 005 Johnson Danie 002 FCCM - Master Chief Fire Controlman Ellis William 001 Kramer Damon 002 HMCM - Master Chief Hospital Corpsman Blevins Mary 001 Brewer Shalan 004 Pryor Daniel 002 Winkle Kelly 003 ISCM - Master Chief Intelligence Specialist Cummins Jonat 003 Ferguson Nich 002 Mcmillan Thom 001 ITCM - Master Chief Information Systems Technician Janachowski J 001 LSCM - Master Chief Logistics Specialist Oconnor Mark 001 MACM - Master Chief Master At Arms Battle James 002 Hamrick Phill 001 MCCM - Master Chief Mass Communications Specialist Brannon Brian 001 MMCM - Master Chief Machinists Mate Erich Raymond 001 MNCM - Master Chief Mineman Blessing Bria 002 Ward Daniel R 001 OSCM - Master Chief Operations Specialist Bada Daniel J 001 PSCM - Master Chief Personnel Specialist Suon Dara 001 QMCM - Master Chief Quartermaster Sifford Brian 001 SOCM - Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Baas James Mi 001 Chase Peter L 002 STGCM - Master Chief Sonar Technician Surface Masters Marc 001 Selected Reservist Senior Chief ABHCS - Senior Chief Aviation Boatswains Mate Aircraft Handling Kunz Edmund K 001 Sweeney Migue 004 Tomimitsu Ken 003 Villalpando U 002 ADCS - Senior Chief Aviation Machinists Mate Evans Keith A 002 Hosang Courtn 001 AGCS - Senior Chief Aerographers Mate Edwards Victo 001 AMCS - Senior Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic Brannick Mich 005 Cadena Rupert 004 Corrigan Dani 001 Cosio Generos 002 Kile Timothy 003 AOCS - Senior Chief Aviation Ordnanceman Burnham Travi 001 AWRCS - Senior Chief Naval Aircrewmen Tactical-Helicopter Gibson Erica 001 AWSCS - Senior Chief Naval Aircrewmen Helicopter Kern Zachary 002 Lawson Raymon 001 BMCS - Senior Chief Boatswains Mate Anderson Zjan 004 Brunner Andre 001 Colli Dennis 003 Macias Hilari 006 Tojpaz Henry 005 Velazquez Mic 007 Walker Evan P 009 Westmoreland 002 Wise Ryan Joh 008 CECS - Senior Chief Construction Electrician Prewitt Chris 001 CMCS - Senior Chief Construction Mechanic Bylis Steven 002 Halleck Thoma 001 Johnson Dougl 004 Likiardopoulo 005 Welborn Terry 003 CTICS - Senior Chief Cryptologic Technician Interpretive Savage Andrea 001 CTNCS - Senior Chief Cryptologic Technician Networks Mathias Steph 002 Snellings Joh 001 CTRCS - Senior Chief Cryptologic Technician Collection Muraszewski V 002 Silverthorn W 001 CUCS - Senior Chief Constructionman Ferguson Patr 009 Friedlander T 008 Klimek Edward 007 Lechner Rober 005 Mixan Brian J 002 Sheriff Jason 003 Willard Chris 001 Woolf William 004 Wright Kirk A 006 ENCS - Senior Chief Engineman Olinger Shane 004 Roque Warlito 003 Salsberry Bra 005 Strogan Phili 001 Theriault Sha 002 EOCS - Senior Chief Equipment Operator Franco Paul E 002 Hamilton John 005 Nelson Michae 006 Nelson Roderi 004 Schultz Natha 001 Vandenburgh E 003 Waldron Rebec 007 ETVCS - Senior Chief Electronics Technician, Submarine, Navigation Alley James D 001 GMCS - Senior Chief Gunners Mate Flanagan Bria 001 Magrames Mich 004 Varela Eric E 003 GSCS - Senior Chief Gas Turbine System Technician Peterson Thom 001 HMCS - Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Ancheta Eric 022 Baerwaldt Ros 014 Benoit Billin 016 Bird Keum Hee 012 Cochran Del J 002 Crowe Melissa 023 Davis Robert 011 Edwards Katri 019 Flemming Stev 020 Gray Hilton D 013 Haaga Bonnie 008 Koziel Jennif 015 Krogh Shawn M 004 Loftus Jeffre 005 Murray Eric A 009 Ologun Wale J 018 Othon Cesar B 010 Pittman Ralph 006 Sadoghianzade 007 Tucker Christ 003 Vanzego Danie 017 Walter Ryan P 021 Wright Jodi L 001 HTCS - Senior Chief Hull Maintenance Technician Brannen Johnn 001 Finch Michael 003 Martin Kerri 004 Rhodes Philli 002 ISCS - Senior Chief Intelligence Specialist Brown Lonnie 001 Coyne Miranda 011 Forbes Byran 003 Goode Jeffrey 006 Harano Stephe 012 Karnbach Chri 007 Keller Kara L 005 Locke Kristy 013 Patton Donald 004 Robinson Mich 009 Scott Melody 002 Suganuma Raym 008 Tam Frank Hoi 010 Willis Jillia 014 ITCS - Senior Chief Information Systems Technician Aguila Alex R 010 Broderick Joh 008 Cramer James 005 Crawford Chri 011 Hollis Adolph 009 Najewski Thom 007 Pardoe Sylvia 003 Ritchie Jenni 001 Sheedy Rita M 006 Welling David 004 Witherington 002 LNCS - Senior Chief Legalman Earl Bradley 002 Jenkins Cedri 001 LSCS - Senior Chief Logistics Specialist Bailen John E 002 Cowles Dougla 012 Cuevas Charle 004 Farrar Alexan 005 Field Daniel 001 Franklin Dema 011 Heberling Sha 003 Jordan Felix 006 Magwood Corde 009 Mcgee Tracey 007 Miller Rebeca 008 Wallen Brad W 010 MACS - Senior Chief Master At Arms Bottego Micha 005 Brown Matthew 002 Burke Brad Le 015 Calendar Geor 006 Center Matthe 008 Cooper Mark A 001 Dance Lawrenc 004 Frei Douglas 013 Fulkes Russel 003 Hernandez Nic 016 Honeyager Eli 012 Machacek Wend 010 Mcmichael Bob 014 Reis Sharlene 009 Sidwa John Oe 011 Utz David Cha 007 MCCS - Senior Chief Mass Communications Specialist Dallaglio Chr 001 MMCS - Senior Chief Machinists Mate Boyer Stephen 001 Cochran Verno 002 MNCS - Senior Chief Mineman Alford Christ 007 Imoehl James 004 Krouse Andrea 005 Landers Kevin 001 Long Ryan Rus 003 Paskwietz Dan 006 Stratford Rus 002 OSCS - Senior Chief Operations Specialist Estrada Alici 005 Finkenstadt J 004 Hollowell Jos 001 Holzwarth Gre 007 Kiritschenko 003 Nugent Richar 002 Walsh Thomas 006 PSCS - Senior Chief Personnel Specialist Garcia Rosaly 002 Glenn Robert 001 QMCS - Senior Chief Quartermaster Sanmiguel Ste 002 Wetz Nicholas 001 RPCS - Senior Chief Religious Program Specialist Sor Montana V 001 SBCS - Senior Chief Special Warfare Boat Operator Samore Ronald 001 SHCS - Senior Chief Ships Serviceman Delgado Silvi 001 SOCS - Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Agopsowicz Ja 001 Cameron Derek 003 Cluney Nichol 004 Hickman Jason 002 Reed Aaron Ch 005 STGCS - Senior Chief Sonar Technician Surface Range Travis 001 STSCS - Senior Chief Sonar Technician Submarine Williams Benj 001 UTCS - Senior Chief Utilitiesman Tighe James S 001 YNCS - Senior Chief Yeoman Barreto Paola 006 Benavitz Walt 001 Jacala Edwin 003 Richie Patric 002 Rochelle Daro 004 Romero Kelly 007 Simpson Andre 009 White Jared J 008 Yupa Maritsa 005 Full Time Support Master Chief AFCM - Master Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman Anderson Tyso 002 Baxter Jason 006 Bienemy Travi 004 Byers Aaron P 001 Driver John E 003 Dusenbery Eri 005 AVCM - Master Chief Avionics Maintenance Technician Bohanan Sean 001 Cindric Rober 002 Lyon Tracy Mi 003 Ramirez Nito 004 AWFCM - Master Chief Naval Aircrewman Mechanical Frenette Kenn 002 Mensinger Jos 003 Wooten Jon Da 001 AZCM - Master Chief Aviation Maintenance Administrationman Novas Jessica 001 BMCM - Master Chief Boatswains Mate Summers Charl 001 EMCM - Master Chief Electricians Mate Dotson Jerry 001 HMCM - Master Chief Hospital Corpsman Duncan Gary L 002 Williams Darr 001 ITCM - Master Chief Information Systems Technician Smith Philip 001 NCCM - Master Chief Navy Counselor (Recruiter) Carter Lael S 002 Garciasalasto 001 Torres Christ 003 NCCM - Master Chief Navy Counselor (Counselor) Cedar Kimberl 001 PSCM - Master Chief Personnel Specialist Cunha Adaojos 005 Dickerson How 002 Fitz Anton De 003 Jackson Micha 004 Seminario Gui 001 YNCM - Master Chief Yeoman Butler Rachel 003 Graham Stephe 001 Lowe William 002 Full Time Support Senior Chief ADCS - Senior Chief Aviation Machinists Mate Ellis Rosali 001 James Frank J 002 Mcree Christo 003 Pressey Marcu 005 Salazar Pedro 004 AECS - Senior Chief Aviation Electricians Mate Coffelt Chris 004 Earley Russel 001 Fearns Jesse 002 Glover Bobby 003 AMCS - Senior Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic Branson Micha 005 Hainlin Eric 002 Hawver Ray Al 001 Robinson Lonn 004 Will Stephen 003 AOCS - Senior Chief Aviation Ordnanceman Graham Willia 001 Harrison Mich 004 Murphy Colin 003 Torres Eyne J 002 ATCS - Senior Chief Aviation Electronics Technician Fernandez Sha 002 Harmon Kalan 003 Hunt Nicolas 001 AWFCS - Senior Chief Naval Aircrewmen Mechanical Casandra Stef 004 Catoe Daniell 002 Gray Shawn Mi 003 Hook Christop 007 Rudisill Troy 006 Schneider Tho 001 Souza Richard 005 Thompson Trav 008 AZCS - Senior Chief Aviation Maintenance Administrationman Chapman Takis 001 BMCS - Senior Chief Boatswains Mate Bailey Donald 001 Benton Gerald 005 Henderson Art 002 Lincycomb Jos 003 Miles Kenneth 004 DCCS - Senior Chief Damage Controlman Tobey Jeff Ma 001 EMCS - Senior Chief Electricians Mate Edeh Amevi Me 001 Negrinfundora 002 ETCS - Senior Chief Electronic Technician Hannah Fred 001 HMCS - Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Buccinojones 002 Knogge Jared 005 Porche Seth P 004 Robinson Vern 001 Sheppard Dere 003 Tilley Christ 006 Wells Jovon R 007 ITCS - Senior Chief Information Systems Technician Finley Sarah 001 Kelly Ervin J 002 Lockett Katri 003 LSCS - Senior Chief Logistics Specialist Abro Willie G 001 Bell Kesha Mi 002 Willis Tia Ma 003 NCCS - Senior Chief Navy Counselor (Recruiter) Currie Willia 004 Jaffar Khalid 002 Ortiz Jehar F 003 Spence Robert 001 NCCS - Senior Chief Navy Counselor (Counselor) Kaszuba Kryst 002 Martinez Jaso 001 PSCS - Senior Chief Personnel Specialist Abiera Patric 009 Adriano Alexa 007 Douglass Carl 001 Escalante Rai 002 Hazell Nathan 003 Howe Natalie 005 Perez Teuanch 008 Platt Ayunna 006 Westervelt St 004 YNCS - Senior Chief Yeoman Anderson Davi 004 Briody John P 001 Piper Juan Th 005 Shield Miller 003 Ulloa Jorge A 006 Wang Joseph D 002 4. Released By Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  21. Anyone have gouge as to when Reserve/FTS quotas will be out?
  22. The fast-attack Virginia-class submarine John Warner fired six Tomahawk cruise missiles in Friday’s allied airstrikes against Syria. https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2018/04/19/naples-mayor-tells-us-navy-submarine-to-keep-out/
  23. So made board again...I studied harder this year, cut a 151, only to have them drop the multiple to 20! Anyhow, waiting for reserve quotas to come out, one OSCS retired and another from my NOSC made OSCS, so hopefully the quotas will be higher this year than the 4 they chose last year.....
  24. I haven’t seen it added. It’s your package though if you find it important or needing then add it. Those a junior enlisted courses so I would think they wouldn’t add much weight. I wouldn’t add it but at the end of the day it’s up to you.
  25. has anyone added BPME and IPMEs in addition to the JPME/PME for E6s?
  26. While jamming isn't anywhere near shooting, the provocative activity "could lead to an escalatory pattern that could be negative for both sides," and the US will "not look kindly" on the practice, according to an expert. http://www.businessinsider.com/china-jamming-us-navy-jets-off-aircraft-carriers-pacific-2018-4
  27. The hero commercial pilot who safely landed a Boeing 737 full of passengers after shrapnel from an engine explosion breached the cabin was a former Navy pilot and one of the first women to take the stick of an F/A-18 fighter jet, according to reports. https://nypost.com/2018/04/17/hero-pilot-who-landed-southwest-flight-was-a-navy-jet-fighter/
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