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  2. The E4-E6 advancement results were posted prematurely on BOL, and subsequently removed. BOL is investigating the cause. Results will be released in accordance with the Chief of Naval Personnel approved timeline via BOL's Command Triad notification, tomorrow, November 20th at 1100 EST and public release 24 hours later.
  3. W removed and A. Now hide and wait? Anyone else moving forward? I did also hear there is some strong command signal for Intel direct commission coming down, so thats another avenue for those seeking Wardroom....
  4. Don't forget to join the forum! The Navy released the fall petty officer advancement quotas for more than 22,000 active duty, Full Time Support (FTS), Canvasser Recruiter and Selected Reserve (SELRES) Sailors to advance to E-4, E-5, and E-6, Nov. 19. https://www.navy.mil/ah_online/ftrStory.asp?issue=3&id=107830 Breakdown: Overall active duty advancement opportunity by pay grade Overall Full Time Support (FTS) advancement opportunity by pay grade Overall Selected Reserve (SELRES) advancement opportunity by pay grade
  5. PORTSMOUTH, Va. — At the foot of the Chesapeake Bay in southeast Virginia lies a Naval shipyard older than the nation itself. One of the country’s first warships was built here in 1799. So was the first battleship, and decades later the first aircraft carrier. Over the past three centuries, Norfolk Naval Shipyard has been blockaded and burnt to the ground, only to be rebuilt again and again. Today, it’s one of four Navy shipyards that maintain the nation’s nuclear-powered submarines and aircraft carriers, which enable the Pentagon to respond quickly to military and humanitarian crises across the globe.
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  7. The U.S. Navy expects one of its officers to be questioned as part of an investigation into the collision of a Norwegian warship and a commercial oil tanker this month in one of the Scandinavian nation’s fjords. The American officer, who has not been identified, was onboard the Norwegian navy frigate as part of a military personnel exchange, according to U.S. and Norwegian officials. The sailor’s role on the ship remains unclear. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/us-navy-officer-could-face-questions-in-norwegian-frigate-collision/2018/11/17/0d4ecf9e-eaac-11e8-bd89-eecf3b178206_story.html?utm_term=.8a8cee62828f
  8. This thread is for the FY-20 MSC-IPP. No surprises, get started early preparing for that opportunity of a lifetime. Common factors found in all MSC-IPP selects (at bottom of webpage)
  9. The US Navy just released an impressive video of two of its aircraft carriers exercising in the Philippine Sea, but a new report from the US government said these massive floating air bases could be sitting ducks for Chinese missiles. https://www.businessinsider.com/us-navy-carriers-near-china-as-report-warns-of-rising-missile-threat-2018-11
  10. Ashanti Billie's accused kidnapper remains incompetent to stand trial NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) -- A year after he was first charged with abducting and killing a teenager from a Virginia Beach military base, a U.S. Navy veteran remains incompetent to stand trial, court documents show. Eric Brian Brown is accused of abducting 19-year-old Ashanti Billie from outside of her job at a sandwich shop on Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in September 2017. Her body was discovered in Charlotte, North Carolina 11 days after she disappeared. An autopsy showed that she died of undetermined trauma. Brown is facing a murder charge out of Charlotte. https://www.wavy.com/news/local-news/virginia-beach/ashanti-billie-s-accused-kidnapper-remains-incompetent-to-stand-trial/1600141333
  11. VIRGINIA BEACH Before leaving his barracks for the last time, Navy Seaman Robert "Colton" Wright texted a friend a photo of a box of 16-ounce Coors Light cans along with a message: "Couldn't wait dude." That was at 2:40 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, a little less than two hours before Wright left Naval Air Station Oceana to buy a bottle of Jack Daniels, sodas and some Pedialyte, a known hangover remedy. Shortly before 10 p.m., witnesses who called 911 described "mayhem" as Wright, 21, left a string of hit-and-runs before slamming his black 2012 Dodge Ram pickup through the master jet base’s unmanned closed back gate. https://pilotonline.com/news/military/local/article_4864eadc-d80f-11e8-9567-b3f2c3f8a65e.html
  12. YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — A USS Ronald Reagan aviation ordnanceman has been sentenced to two years in prison after being accused of sexually assaulting a fellow sailor, lying to Naval Criminal Investigative Services and strangling a civilian woman. Petty Officer 3rd Class Steven Garcia, 27, pleaded guilty Wednesday to assault consummated by battery, making a false official statement and aggravated assault. He was originally charged with two counts of abusive sexual contact causing bodily harm but pleaded down to the assault charges in a pre-trial agreement with prosecutors. https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/uss-ronald-reagan-sailor-gets-two-year-sentence-after-assaulting-fellow-sailor-strangling-civilian-1.556838
  13. Here is the schedule for the release of advancement quotas and advancement results next week: Fall petty officer advancement quotas (E-4, E-5, E-6) for more than 22,000 active duty, Full Time Support, Canvasser Recruiter and Selected Reserve Sailors will be released and posted on All Hands Magazine at www.ah.mil on Nov. 19, at approximately 11 a. m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). Command triads will be notified via BUPERS Online (BOL) of their Sailors' advancement results Nov. 20 at approximately 11 a. m. EST. Individual Sailor advancement notifications will be posted on BOL, Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS), and a list of those selected for advancement will be posted on All Hands Magazine at www.ah.mil on Nov. 21, at approximately 11 a. m. EST.
  14. Two Virginia Beach-based Navy SEALs and two Marines have been charged with murder in connection with the 2017 death of a Green Beret in Africa. The SEALs are both chief petty officers assigned to Naval Special Warfare Development Group, commonly referred to as SEAL Team 6. https://pilotonline.com/news/military/local/article_2b247084-e8f7-11e8-b5b9-f7fda44eeb07.html
  15. WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The latest upgrade to MyNavy Portal (MNP) includes a checklist to guide Sailors and their families through their next Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move. My PCS Checklist allows Sailors to easily create their own personalized move checklist, and can be found in the Assignment, Leave, and Travel section of MNP under the Career and Life Events drop down menu. There is no question that PCS moves are challenging, whether it is a single Sailor heading across country or a family moving overseas. The process of relocating can be a source of personal, financial and family stress and it requires a great deal of logistical planning. My PCS Checklist makes the process better. Sailors can now create their own personalized checklist by using an intuitive, web-based program, to guide them through the PCS process and help eliminate unnecessary stress. “Creating the checklist is easy,” said Capt. Chris Harris, director, distribution management division, Navy Personnel Command. “Sailors answer a few questions in the online checklist, starting with their official detachment date, which automatically generates a personalized, step-by-step checklist that calculates the number of days to complete each item until their move from their current command. Sailors can print out their checklist at work or email it to a spouse, parent or anyone with whom they want to share the information.” The checklist is broken down into four categories – Shipping Household Goods, Family Move, Money and Sailor Admin. Based on the detachment date selected, the checklist outlines necessary activities, due dates and includes tips and sources of support for each category. The program includes a taskbar that indicates how far along Sailors are in completing their activities and they will receive alerts to remind them to complete the tasks to stay on their PCS timeline. “MyNavy Portal addresses one of the major issues Sailors face when managing their careers – they have to use too many websites to complete routine tasks for managing their careers,” said Dave Driegert, PMW 240 assistant program manager, Single Point of Entry for MNP. “My PCS Checklist is the newest tool for Sailors and joins other recently-available applications like MyRecord Web 1.0 and electronic Personnel Action Request (ePAR)/1306. MNP is growing all the time. In the months ahead, Sailors will be able to access an increasing number of new features and tools.” Sailors should work with their command pay and personnel administrator if they have any questions concerning PCS policies and procedures. They may also contact MyNavy Career Center 24/7 at askmncc@navy.mil, or toll-free at 833-330-MNCC (6622). In addition to PCS information, MNP provides Sailors links to other webpages and resources – all in one convenient location.
  16. UNCLASSIFIED// ROUTINE R 142115Z NOV 18 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 274/18 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/NOV// SUBJ/DELAYED DEPENDENT TRAVEL FOR SAILORS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION ORDERS TO MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJUENE NORTH CAROLINA OR NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY PANAMA CITY FLORIDA// REF/A/DOC/JTR/1OCT18// AMPN/REF A IS JOINT TRAVEL REGULATIONS.// RMKS/1. In line with reference (a), effective immediately, all Sailors in receipt of permanent change of station (PCS) orders to Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Lejeune North Carolina or Naval Support Activity (NSA) Panama City, Florida may be approved for delayed dependent travel (DDT) until 1 May 2019. 2. Due to the effects of Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael and the impact to available housing in and around the surrounding areas of MCB Camp Lejeune and NSA Panama City, Sailors who are in receipt of PCS orders to these two locations are permitted to request DDT. Sailors with an approved DDT to MCB Camp Lejeune or NSA Panama City may request an extension to 1 May 2019. 3. For Sailors who are assigned to a permanent duty station outside the continental United States (OCONUS) and request DDT, continued logistics support, command sponsorship or protection under a status of forces agreement must be received from the area commander. Assignment to or authority to remain in family-type government quarters or privatized housing is determined by the local housing office. 4. Contact your command administration office and/or local personnel support detachment for assistance in submitting a DDT request. Commander, Navy Personnel Command, Distribution Policy and Procedures Branch (PERS-451) is the approval authority for situations where dependents are located within the continental United States. Military Pay and Compensation Branch (OPNAV N130) is the approval authority for situations where dependents are located OCONUS and will serve as the ultimate authority for appeals. 5. Requests for DDT of dependents located within the continental United States must be submitted via email to PERS-451 at pers451(at)navy.mil. Requests for DDT of dependents located OCONUS must be submitted via email to OPNAV N130 at nxag_n130c(at)navy.mil. 6. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  17. The United States faces a "crisis of national security" because its historic military supremacy has eroded drastically, leaving it likely unable to fight more than a single war at a time, according to a congressionally chartered report released Wednesday. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/u-s-military-crisis-could-lose-war-russia-china-report-n936431
  18. Anyone familiar with ranking boards for the E6 level? Also if you have a new reporting senior but your previous eval from the same command was an EP, does it get dropped bc of a new CO or does it remain in effect? Any knowledge would be much appreciated, thank you.
  19. Got a W in BOL. The Chief called me and said that it means the OCM is reviewing waivers. He also mentioned there were a ton of folks with errors..like 25%. Good luck to all and keep posting, the info you share just may help another Sailor out.
  20. Two sailors were arrested Monday on suspicion of assaulting a taxi driver and stealing his cellphone while they were on shore leave from the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman in Lisbon, Portugal. https://www.stripes.com/news/uss-truman-sailors-arrested-on-suspicion-of-assaulting-taxi-driver-in-portugal-1.556560
  21. YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan – A former Navy captain and public affairs director pleaded guilty on Tuesday to criminal conflict of interest after accepting $65,000 from defense contractor Leonard Glenn “Fat Leonard” Francis, in exchange for advice on a Navy corruption investigation that ultimately snared Francis and several service officials. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/former-navy-captain-pleads-guilty-after-giving-fat-leonard-public-relations-advice-for-money-1.556521
  22. WASHINGTON — Widespread information technology problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs continue to affect thousands of student veterans who have gone without housing payments months into the fall semester. While it has caused unease among veterans who need the monthly stipends to pay their rent and other bills, the problems are also costing taxpayers. To handle a large workload of veterans’ education claims, the VA ordered mandatory overtime and brought on 202 additional employees. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/a-perfect-storm-of-gi-bill-problems-is-costing-veterans-taxpayers-1.556603
  23. Anyone wishing to start the "FY-20 Medical Service Corps In-Service Procurement Program (MSC IPP) Discussion" is more than welcome. Congratulations to those selected. I posted the results in the Enlisted to Officer section. Thank you @31RatRod for the heads up! 😎
  24. FY-19 Medical Service Corps In-Service Procurement Program Selection Board Select List
  25. The results have been posted for this year. Unfortunately, I am not one of the individuals selected this year. It is weird that I was selected as an alternate last year and this year I wasn't on the selection list at all this year. I guess it was extremely competitive this year. Then again, NO Marines were selected for any of the programs this year. Here is the link to the results: https://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nmpdc/professional-development/SitePages/Medical Service Corps Program MSCIPP-PA.aspx
  26. Our series, Profiles in Service, spotlights Americans who dedicate their lives to helping others. On this Veteran's Day, we introduce you to Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt, the first woman in Navy history to hold the title of executive officer, or XO, of a nuclear aircraft carrier. As the XO, Bauernschmidt is the second in command of the USS Abraham Lincoln, one of 11 U.S. aircraft carriers stationed around the world. Bauernschmidt manages the ship's day-to-day operations, so the commander can focus on strategy. She basically runs a floating city of 5,000 people – a city with a mission. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/profiles-in-service-amy-bauernschmidt-navy-first-woman-xo-nuclear-warship/
  27. The Navy Advancement Center will post Senior Chief and Master Chief Petty Officer selection board eligibility profile sheets on November 30, 2018.
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