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FY-15 ADVANCED EDUCATION VOUCHER SELECTION BOARD RESULTS

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ROUTINE
R 131714Z JUL 15
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
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NAVADMIN 161/15
 
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SUBJ/FY-15 ADVANCED EDUCATION VOUCHER SELECTION BOARD RESULTS//
 
REF/A/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/061622ZAPR15//
AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 079/15, FY-15 ADVANCED EDUCATION VOUCHER PROGRAM.//
 
RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces selection board results for participation in 
the FY-15 Advanced Education Voucher (AEV) Program per reference (a).  
Congratulations to the following chiefs, senior chiefs and master chief petty 
officers on their selection to participate in the FY-15 AEV Program.  
Selectees are authorized to begin work immediately on the degree programs 
specified below:
 
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts AEV:
Berry, Brandon M        HMC              Health Science
Copeland, Davon R       GMC              Psychology
Fabian, Kristian B      LSC              Business Administration
Gray, Holly A           MCC              Business Administration
Morrison, Mary A        MAC              Criminal Justice
Sanchez, Jose M         GSMC             Business Administration
Scott, Erik C           ABHC             Fire Science
Master of Science/Master of Arts AEV:
Bauer, Matthew T        HMC              Public Health
Campbell, David T       ITCM             Management, Strategy and
                                         Leadership
Cantrell, Brian J       EODCS            Homeland Security
                                         (Emergency Management)
Chechile, David B       EMC              Professional Studies in
                                         Homeland Security (Public
                                         Health Preparedness)
Hall, Curtis E          HMCS             Operational Management
Karas, Michael P        AWVC             Cyber Security
Mayo, Justin P          EODCS            Human Systems Engineering
Richardson, Will A      NCCS             Organizational Leadership
Schrader, Donald C      CMDCM            Professional Studies in
                                         Homeland Security (Public
                                         Health Preparedness)
Sierra, Cesar D         GSCS             Science
Starks, Latonya N       LSC              Healthcare Management
Wascak, Kevin J         EODCM            Cyber Security and
                                         Information Management
Williams, Dewayne C     ACC              Science in Management
 
2.  Amplifying information will be provided to selectees by separate 
correspondence.
 
3.  Point of Contact is ETCM (EXW/FPJ) Richard Simpson, NETC N523, at (850) 
452-7268/DSN 459, or via e-mail at richard.l.simpson(at)navy.mil.
 
4.  Released Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, Chief of Naval Personnel.//
 
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