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  2. A massive search and rescue operation for seven Marines and a Navy sailor who went missing after a training accident off the California coast has been halted and all are presumed dead, authorities said Sunday. Fifteen Marines and the sailor were participating in a routine training exercise off the coast of San Clemente Island on Thursday when their amphibious assault vehicle began taking on water and sank. Eight Marines were pulled from the water – one died and two others remained hospitalized in critical condition Sunday, the Marines said in a statement. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2020/08/02/missing-marines-sailor-presumed-dead-search-halted/5566410002/
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  4. FY-21 Navy Active Duty & Reserves Senior Enlisted Advancement Selection Boards Precepts
  5. Cool, it is here -> FY-21 Navy Active Duty & Reserves Senior Enlisted Advancement Selection Boards Precepts
  6. The precepts are published. Same as always, but they’re posted. Waiting to see the convening order.
  7. UNCLASSIFIED// ROUTINE R 301205Z JUL 20 MID510001523459U FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 216/20 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/JUL// SUBJ/PROFESSIONAL MILITARY KNOWLEDGE ELIGIBILITY EXAM DUE DATE EXTENSION// REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/161157ZJUL20// REF/B/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/111943ZJUN20// NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 201/20, PROFESSIONAL MILITARY KNOWLEDGE ELIGIBILITY EXAM REVISED BUSINESS RULES. REF B IS NAVADMIN 167/20, SEPTEMBER 2020 (CYCLE 107) NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS FOR SELECTED RESERVE E-4 THROUGH E-6 PETTY OFFICERS// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN amends references (a) and (b) by modifying the Professional Military Knowledge Eligibility Exam (PMK-EE) due date requirement for Navy-Wide Advancement Examination (NWAE) Cycles 248 and 107. The revised deadline is now 31 August 2020. 2. Due to technical issues, which may have hindered Sailors ability to be marked as PMK-EE complete in the Fleet Management and Planning System (FLTMPS), all E4-E6 candidates, who are required to complete PMK-EE in order to participate in the Cycle 248 Active Duty and Full Time Support NWAE, and the Cycle 107 Selected Reserve NWAE, are granted a PMK-EE due date extension to 31 August 2020. As a reminder, PMK-EE is only required to be completed once per paygrade, not every cycle. 3. For additional information about PMK-EE, go to the MyNavy Portal (MNP) at https://my.navy.mil, select Career & Life Events, Advancement and Promotion page, then scroll down and click on the PMK-EE link. There you can download PMK-EE Smart Sheet detailed supplemental guidance. 4. For questions about PMK-EE that are not answered by visiting MNP, contact the MyNavy Career Center Help Desk at 1-833-330-6622, or via email at askmncc(at)navy.mil. 5. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, whichever occurs first. 6. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  8. The US Navy mocked Iran after its paramilitary forces fired underground missiles at a dummy US aircraft carrier on Wednesday. The photo, posted on the Navy's Instagram account, featured a replica aircraft carrier built by Iran, along with the caption: "Iran builds target ship. They're experts at that." https://www.businessinsider.com/us-navy-mocks-iran-for-being-experts-dummy-aircraft-carrier-2020-7
  9. WASHINGTON — A veteran battling opioid withdrawal and suicidal thoughts begged to stay at the Washington veterans hospital one night in early 2019. Instead, a doctor had the veteran escorted out by police and said the patient could “go shoot [themself]. I do not care.” Six days later, the veteran died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/va-doctor-has-suicidal-vet-removed-from-dc-hospital-vet-kills-themself-days-later-1.639186
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  11. Thanks for that. I also updated my BIBs page on NavyAdvancement.com to reflect the new Bibs page on COOl. Unfortunately it's not to user friendly. Once there you have to follow the instructions to get your bibs. Bibliography for Advancement in Rate
  12. GSE1(SW) Lukeskywalker

    FY21 Chief Selection Board

    Nobody is going to study until December results are out lol
  13. Bibs for January are available
  14. ACTIVE DUTY Results FTS Results CVR Results All Hands ACTIVE DUTY, FTS ADVANCEMENT RESULTS RELEASED Congratulations folks!
  15. Has anyone had a change? Now is a good time to make an account on this forum and post!
  16. The search for a replacement for the US Navy's "little crappy ship" is over. On April 30, the US Navy announced that Fincantieri Marinette Marine, the US shipyard subsidiary of Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, had beaten out the rest of the field to take on the FFG(X) frigate program, the shipbuilding effort that will replace the Navy's Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). Frigates were once the workhorses of the Navy—small, fast escort ships that hunted submarines, acted as part of the air defense ring around carriers and other big combatants, and could patrol the seas on their own when necessary. The Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7) class of frigates, the first US Navy ships with gas turbine engines, were worked far beyond expectations during their service; they survived attacks by errant Iraqi anti-ship missiles (in the case of the USS Stark) and Iranian sea mines (the USS Samuel B. Roberts) during the US Navy's confrontation with Iran in the 1980s. https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2020/07/us-navys-next-warship-will-have-an-italian-accent/
  17. Log in to MNP Go to "Postings" Go to "Enlisted Advancement" * Only selectees will show.
  18. WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Program Executive Office (PEO) Aircraft Carriers announced the on-schedule certification and turnover of a sixth Advanced Weapons Elevator (AWE) aboard USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), July 22. Designed to move ordnance efficiently from the ship’s forward magazine to the flight deck, via the forward weapons handling and transfer area, Lower Stage Weapons Elevator (LSWE) 1 augments the exceptional lift capability of LSWE 5, enhancing the speed and effectiveness of combat system and flight deck training operations at the midpoint of the ship’s Post Delivery Test and Trials (PDT&T) phase of operations. “LSWE 5 has given us the capacity to move ordnance from the aft magazine complex deep in the ship through the carrier to the flight deck with a speed and agility that has never been seen before on any warship,” said Rear Adm. James P. Downey, program executive officer for Aircraft Carriers. “LSWE 1 doubles-down on that capability and ramps up the velocity of flight deck operations. LSWEs 1 and 5 will now operate in tandem, providing a dramatic capability improvement as we proceed toward full combat system certification aboard Ford.” The crew will operate the elevator during the next underway period to exercise the system in an at-sea environment, train crewmembers, and validate operational and maintenance procedures. Since November 2019, Gerald R. Ford has been conducting a series of independent steaming events (ISEs) interlaced with shore-based maintenance Windows of Opportunity (WOOs). The first-of-class aircraft carrier is now entering the second half of its 18-month PDT&T, with the pace of flight deck operations intensifying. To date, the ship has launched and recovered more than 3,450 aircraft. In June, Gerald R. Ford embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8, which conducted cyclic flight operations day and night, amassing 324 catapult launches and arrested landings and qualifying 50 pilots. During this evolution, crews moved thousands of pounds of inert ordnance via the ship’s advanced weapons elevators, loading them on F/A-18 Super Hornets that conducted Close Air Support and air-to-ground training missions—operational firsts for the Ford-class warship. Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 12 also embarked Gerald R. Ford during this underway, marking the first time a Strike Group Commander and staff embarked for operations. Gerald R. Ford’s Advanced Weapons Elevators have logged more than 10,300 cycles. As the number of AWEs turned over to Ship’s Force increases, the crew will rehearse the complex weapons loading processes in real time with qualifying aircraft, proving the flexibility and versatility of the aircraft carrier’s advanced technology. The remaining five elevators are on track to be certified by the time Gerald R. Ford Ford undergoes Full Ship Shock Trials, scheduled for the third quarter of FY21. “Ship’s Force is testing the elevators in real-world environments as they train for full operational capability,” explained Capt. Brian A. Metcalf, PMS 378 program manager for Gerald R. Ford. “The key is sustained performance over time. Each elevator has unique operational capabilities, and on-board training allows the crew to learn how to use the elevators to support flight ops. This rigorous focus on cycling the systems ensures that AWE operations remain sustainable and reliable.” Downey noted that Gerald R. Ford has maintained an intense operational tempo during the testing and trials period and succeeded in certifying LSWE 1 on schedule, in spite of challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. “Priority number one is protecting the crew from this virus,” said Downey. “We’re building flexibility into the PDT&T schedule without sacrificing operational momentum or the ship’s readiness. That takes planning, innovative scheduling, and some degree of courage. And, so far, courage and tenacity are what have distinguished the Sailors of Warship 78.”
  19. UNCLASSIFIED// ROUTINE R 231220Z JUL 20 MID510001478929U FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 211/20 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/OCT// SUBJ/FY-21 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING COURSE FOR CHAPLAINS AND RELIGIOUS PROGRAM SPECIALISTS// REF/A/DOC/SECNAV/11MAR19// REF/B/DOC/SECNAV/2JUL15// REF/C/DOC/NAVEDTRA/16MAR10// REF/D/DOC/CNO/5JAN16// REF/E/DOC/CNO/6APR18// REF/F/OPNAV/25APR12// REF/G/MCO/4JUN12// REF/H/COMDINST/9MAR12// NARR/REF A IS SECNAVINST 1730.7E, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY. REF B IS NAVEDTRA 135C, NAVY SCHOOL MANAGEMENT MANUAL. REF C IS A DESIGN FOR MAINTAINING MARITIME SUPERIORITY, VERSION 2.0, DECEMBER 2018. REF D IS NAVY LEADER DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK, VERSION 3.0, MAY 2019. REF E IS OPNAVINST 1730.1E, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY IN THE NAVY. REF F IS MCO 1730.6E, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY IN THE MARINE CORPS. REF G IS COMDTINST M1730.4C, RELIGIOUS MINISTRIES WITHIN THE COAST GUARD. RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN establishes the Chief of Chaplains as program sponsors for the professional development of Chaplain Corps (CHC) officers and Religious Program Specialists (RP) in line with reference (a). The Chief of Chaplains conducts annual short-course training for CHC officers and RPs to sharpen essential techniques and practices to enhance military ministry. This training provides continuing education units, and all chaplains and RPs are highly encouraged to attend a convenient course in coordination with their command and /or operational schedule. The FY-21 Professional Development Training will consist of a total of four days and is open to all chaplains and RPs. 2. The Professional Development Training Workshop (PDTW), conducted the first day, focuses on Professional Naval Chaplaincy. 3. The Professional Development Training Course (PDTC), conducted the following three days, will address Advisement and the Commander's Decision Cycle. The PDTC will enable chaplains and RPs to deliver relevant advice and effective religious support as required by reference (a). 4. PDTC objectives are to: a. Define the Commander's Decision Cycle and the iterative process involved. b. Describe the four components of the Commander's Decision Cycle. c. Identify the relationship between the advisor's character and the commander's confidence in his/her advisor. d. Develop a command advisement toolkit. e. Identify two (2) methods of data collection in general as well as in the Chaplain Corps. f. Identify the policy and doctrinal foundations of command advisement. g. Identify the two authorities under which chaplains operate (Religious Organization and staff officer). 5. Dates and Locations The FY-21 PDTW and PDTC are offered at the following locations: CONUS LOCATIONS DATE LOCATION 21-24 Sep Naval Base San Diego, CA #1 04-07 Jan Naval Base Oceana, VA 11-14 Jan NAS Jacksonville, FL 15-18 Mar MCB Camp Lejeune, NC 12-15 Apr JEB Little Creek, VA 17-20 May Naval Base San Diego, CA #2 07-10 Jun NAS Pensacola, FL 14-17 Jun Naval Base Norfolk, VA 12-15 Jul Naval Base Kitsap, WA 19-22 Jul MCB Camp Pendleton, CA OCONUS LOCATIONS DATE LOCATION 02-05 Nov Kadena AB/MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa 07-10 Dec MCB Kaneohe Bay, HI 08-11 Feb NAVSUPPACT Naples, Italy 02-05 Aug Naval Base Yokosuka, Japan 6. Virtual Training. Current assessments indicate that all training sites will shift to virtual delivery. However, the final decision for virtual training versus face-to-face training will be made at the latest 2 weeks prior to the training event. Virtual training will be activated for all training sites that are assessed as RED from the My Navy Portal two tier travel tracker (COVID 19 Unrestricted Travel Tracker https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/don-covid-19-travel-tracker), or if they require a 14-day ROM period, or have a 70-person group gathering cap. If virtual delivery is activated, the PDTW/PDTC will be delivered through the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center Adobe Connect virtual delivery platform. Participants are still required to register for the PDTW and PDTC via eNTRS. For sites where virtual training is activated, a memo detailing login instructions, participant expectations, and other helpful information will be emailed to all registered participants no later than two weeks prior to the course convene. 7. Travel. Subject to local approval, commands are authorized to provide funding in support of religious ministries within the command to include funding chaplains and RPs to attend annual PDTW/PDTC according to references (e) through (g). Participants are encouraged to attend training in their local areas. 8. Registration. Chaplains and RPs are highly encouraged to attend all four days of training and must register for both the PDTW (CIN: A-5G-0005) (CDP: 19MG) and PDTC (CIN: P-5G-1303) (CDP: 19MF) through the enterprise Naval Training Reservation System (eNTRS) via self-registration or the Service Member's command training officer. Training dates and locations can be accessed via the Catalogue of Navy training Courses (CANTRAC). Registration SOPs and guidance can be found at the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center milBook site: https://www.milsuite.mil/book/community/spaces/navychc/naval -chaplaincy-school-center/pages/pdtcpdtw. If Service Members encounter issues with registration, they may contact their command training officer for assistance. If a command training officer is unavailable Service members may contact Mr. Jose Toledo, Naval Chaplaincy School and Center Training Management Specialist, at (401) 841-3939/DSN: (312) 841-3939 or via e-mail at jose.l.toledo(AT)navy.mil. 9. COVID-19. Due to the potential threat to training from COVID-19 all prospective students are required to provide current email contact information when registering for training seats in eNTRS. Email will be the communication method for shifting training from face to face delivery to virtual delivery, potentially on short notice if a second wave of infection occurs. 10. Course Material/Site Sheets. Read-ahead material is required for the PDTW and the PDTC and is posted on the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center milBook site. To assist the Service Member with travel planning, site sheets for each training venue are also available via milBook: https://www.milsuite.mil/book /community/spaces/navychc/naval-chaplaincy- school-center/pages/pdtcpdtw. 11. This NAVADMIN is cancelled for record purposes on 30 September 2021. 12. Released by Mr. Andrew S. Haeuptle, Director, Navy Staff on behalf of Rear Admiral Brent Scott, Chief of Chaplains.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  20. GSE1(SW) Lukeskywalker

    FY21 Chief Selection Board

    Those E-4 to E-6 quotas are crap!!smh
  21. SEOUL, South Korea — The number of coronavirus cases affiliated with U.S. Forces Korea soared to 111, with 12 more troops and a dependent testing positive after traveling from the United States to South Korea over the past two weeks, the military said Wednesday. The increase reflected a surge in infections in the United States. USFK has insisted the arrivals pose no risk to local communities because they are tightly controlled with a strict testing and two-week quarantine process. https://www.stripes.com/news/number-of-coronavirus-cases-linked-to-us-forces-korea-soars-to-111-with-new-arrivals-1.638381 Stars and Stripes is making stories on the coronavirus pandemic available free of charge. See other free reports here. Sign up for our daily coronavirus newsletter here. Please support our journalism with a subscription
  22. WASHINGTON — Veterans are at high risk for suffering from substance abuse disorders and mental health issues at the same time, and they often struggle to find help, according to a report released Wednesday. Rand Corp., a nonprofit think tank, released findings that show a high demand among the veteran population for treatment that concurrently targets substance abuse disorders and mental health problems. Veterans who served after the 9/11 terrorist attacks are at “particularly high risk” for having both, the report says. The most common combination is alcohol-use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder or depression. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/report-shows-high-demand-for-treating-vets-with-substance-abuse-and-mental-health-problems-1.638450
  23. Full time Support 247 NWAE Quotas & Summer Total Advancement Opportunity
  24. If taking the upcoming exam for Cycles 107 or 248, you must complete PMK-EE prior to 1 August. Remember, you only have to take PMK-EE once per pay grade.
  25. Hong Kong (CNN)A massive blaze aboard a billion-dollar US Navy warship has been extinguished after raging for four days -- but its effect might be felt across America's Pacific Fleet for years. Navy officials said the fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, an amphibious assault ship undergoing maintenance and upgrades at a port in San Diego, was put out last Thursday. Reaching temperatures up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit (about 650 degrees Celsius), it melted aluminum and incinerated wiring, plastics and combustibles like drywall, bedding and office supplies, while filling the 850-foot (260-meter) vessel with thick smoke. https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/19/asia/us-navy-warship-fire-effects-intl-hnk-scli/index.html
  26. PORTLAND, Ore. — He came to the protest with a question. He left with two broken bones in a confrontation with federal officers that went viral. Christopher David had watched in horror as videos surfaced of federal officers in camouflage throwing Portland Ore., protesters into unmarked vans. The 53-year-old Portland resident had heard the stories: protesters injured, gassed, sprayed with chemicals that tugged at their nostrils and burned their eyes. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/a-navy-vet-asked-federal-officers-in-portland-to-remember-their-oaths-then-they-broke-his-hand-1.638124
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