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ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019 SELECTEES FOR THE NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL ENLISTED CYBER MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAM

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SUBJ/ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019 SELECTEES FOR THE NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL 
ENLISTED CYBER MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAM//

REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/041752ZOCT17//

AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 246/17, ENLISTED CYBER MASTERS DEGREE OPPORTUNITY AT 
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces selectees for the 2018-2019 Naval 
Postgraduate School (NPS) Master of Science in Applied Cyber Operations 
(MACO) Program.  Congratulations to the following
selectees:
Name (Last, First MI)         Rate              Parent Command
Arnell, Alexander H           CTN1(IW/SW)       Navy Information
                                                Operations Command
                                                Hawaii
Bofman, Wesley G              CTNC(IW/AW)       Navy Information
                                                Operations Command
                                                Texas
Bullock, Cassondra C          CTN1(IW)          Navy Information
                                                Operations Command
                                                Georgia
Maniego, Fernando L           IT1(IW/SW/AW)     Navy Information
                                                Operations Command
                                                Yokosuka
Verkempinck, Jean-Mark S      IT1(IW/SW/AW)     Naval Computer and
                                                Telecommunications
                                                Station San Diego

2.  Program dates:  There will be two start dates for this academic year.  
CTNC Bofman and IT1 Maniego will report 17 September 2018 with instruction 
commencing 24 September 2018.  CTN1 Arnell, CTN1 Bullock, and IT1 Verkempinck 
will report 25 March 2019 with instruction commencing 1 April 2019.

3.  General information about NPS can be found online at www.nps.edu.

4.  Graduates of the MACO program will earn the H07A Navy Enlisted 
Classification (previously 2770-Applied Cyber Operations Master) and should 
expect to serve in a utilization tour immediately following graduation.  
Further utilization for program graduates will be appropriately balanced with 
other priorities such as career progression, sea/shore tour rotation, etc.

5.  Point of contact is Mr. Curtis Bogetto who can be reached at
(703) 604-6289/DSN 664 or via email at curtis.bogetto(at)navy.mil.

6.  This message will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, 
whichever occurs first.

7.  Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//

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