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  2. In honor of Veterans Month this November, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is rolling out nationwide access for Veterans to their VA health data, alongside their health records from other health care providers in one place, in the Health Records section of the Health app for iPhone. https://www.blogs.va.gov/VAntage/68016/veterans-can-now-access-information-health-records-iphone/
  3. The one year free upgrade to premium includes an incredibly valuable resource – a library of over 14,000 business, technical, and creative courses on LinkedIn Learning. This means that courses on software development, graphic design, leadership, data science, photography, and more are all available to eligible Veterans. Almost every professional skill has a course on LinkedIn Learning. https://www.blogs.va.gov/VAntage/61535/veterans-transitioning-military-get-free-year-linkedin-premium/
  4. Yesterday
  5. The Navy Advancement Center continues to process exam results from the Fall 2019 administrations. We are tracking well to publish results next week. CNP will provide the publication schedule, to include quotas, in advance of publication. The key document for you to review after publication is your Exam Profile Sheet. This PDF document is available for download on MyNavy Portal or using your NEAS Web self-service account at URL https://prod-neas.ncdc.navy.mil/NEASRpts/Individual.aspx. Profile Sheets give you some very important information. You will be given your Final Multiple Score factor totals (Exam Standard Score, Performance Mark Average, Service in Paygrade, Awards, Education Points, and Pass Not Advance Points) as well as the average FMS factor total points your competition had for the exam cycle. Also on your Profile Sheet is the Minimum FMS required to advance compared to your total FMS. One of the most important sections on the Profile Sheet is your exam performance. This section includes topic areas, the number of questions, what number of questions you answered correctly, and how well you did compared to your peers represented as a percentile. The status section at the bottom indicates your standing for the advancement cycle. Your status could be Advanced, PNA point, No PNA points, or Discrepancy. If you get a Profile Sheet in a discrepancy status, contact your command Educational Services Officer to resolve.
  6. His pay grade restored by President Donald J. Trump on Friday, Special Warfare Operator Chief Edward “Eddie” Gallagher has filed an inspector general’s complaint against the Navy’s top SEAL, accusing him of uttering contemptuous statements about the commander in chief. In the works for four months, the move came hours before a Wednesday morning meeting with Naval Special Warfare superiors in California, who are expected to inform Gallagher that Naval Special Warfare commander Rear Adm. Collin Green has convened a Trident Review Board to take the coveted SEAL qualification pin away from the special operator. https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2019/11/20/did-the-navys-top-seal-show-contempt-for-trump/
  7. Evals are in and they are looking good for this guy. Best of luck to all
  8. The Navy SEAL at the center of a high-profile war crimes case has been ordered to appear before Navy leaders Wednesday morning, and is expected to be notified that the Navy intends to oust him from the elite commando force, two Navy officials said on Tuesday. The move could put the SEAL commander, Rear Adm. Collin Green, in direct conflict with President Trump, who last week cleared the sailor, Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, of any judicial punishment in the war crimes case. Military leaders opposed that action as well as Mr. Trump’s pardons of two soldiers involved in other murder cases. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/19/us/navy-seals-edward-gallagher-trident.html
  9. ARLINGTON, Va. (NNS) -- The Navy continues to focus on families with the latest update of the MyNavy Family app. First released in May, the free app has been downloaded over ten thousand times. “The app has done exactly what we intended which is to both inform families and encourage them to continue to provide feedback to improve the app,” said Amanda Burns, the MyNavy Family app product owner. The May release included 12 main content areas, Navy Spouse 101 Information, links to Naval Services FamilyLine website and other pertinent websites. Based on feedback from the initial release, the app was updated in June to include links for Spouse Licensure Reimbursement, Blue Star Families and Navy Gold Star Program. This month, the app underwent several improvements to include a new search feature on the "Welcome Screen" and three additional content areas. There is now sections on family financial planning, survivor’s resources, and parents and family members of Sailors. “Whether a spouse or family member is new to the Navy or they have been part of our family for ten years, it can be difficult to know where to turn for support,” said Perry Christiansen, lead policy analyst with the Family Readiness Program Office. “This app allows our Sailors and families to quickly find information and resources to let them navigate to find the information they need.” Additional links were added that help Sailors and their families during a permanent change of station move including a link to the Navy Lodge which offers safe, clean and affordable accommodations at 39 locations worldwide. From its inception, the app was built to provide an interactive user experience that contains relevant and timely information. “All of the apps we develop are updated on a regular basis to provide accurate information that Sailors and their families can rely on,” said David Driegert, assistant program manager for the Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) mobility program which developed the app. “The MyNavy Family app is a good example of how we work as an integrated agile team to quickly respond to suggested improvements and implement them to benefit Sailors and their families.” The app is located in the Navy App Locker along with 23 other apps that focus on everything from fitness and training to education and life skills.
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  11. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Navy is close to establishing what is intended to be an early stop on a continuum of learning, as it nears hiring the leadership of its soon-to-be-formed Naval Community College. Creating a Naval Community College is part of the department’s much larger effort to completely revamp how it supports and arranges education for Navy and Marine Corps officers and enlisted personnel. The community college will serve as a critical gateway to learning for enlisted personnel. It will also help set the standard throughout the ranks that learning doesn’t stop with advanced technical training, or “A” school, according to two panels speaking Thursday at the Education For Seapower Symposium, hosted by the U.S. Naval Institute at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. https://news.usni.org/2019/11/14/navy-close-to-hiring-leaders-for-new-community-college
  12. Nov 26 - Facebook Live with CNP and Fleet Master Chief
  13. We acknowledge his order and are implementing it. ->
  14. Well here is to another eval cycle completed. Hope you all break out well and we’re able to accomplish/complete needed milestones. Best of luck to you all.
  15. President Donald Trump has intervened in the cases of three American service members convicted or accused of war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq by issuing two pardons and maintaining the rank of one of the service members who'd been demoted. https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-issues-pardons-service-members-accused-war-crimes/story?id=67055490
  16. The Kennedy will be christened in Newport News, Virginia, on December 7, and even though it likely won't be commissioned into service until 2020, the carrier's seal reveals what naval aviation will look like aboard the Kennedy in the decades to come. https://www.businessinsider.com/navy-aircraft-carrier-john-f-kennedy-seal-has-mq25-drone-2019-11
  17. Eleven sailors suffered minor injuries during a fire that broke out late Thursday aboard the amphibious warship USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7), Navy officials told USNI News. “Sailors on board reported smoke in a cargo hold and a subsequent damage control investigation identified the fire and confirmed the fire had not spread to surrounding spaces,” read a statement from Expeditionary Strike Group 2. https://news.usni.org/2019/11/15/11-sailors-injured-in-5-hour-fire-aboard-amphib-uss-iwo-jima-3rd-warship-damaged-in-fire-during-maintenance-in-last-year
  18. UNCLASSIFIED// ROUTINE R 141512Z NOV 19 MID510000697631U FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 255/19 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N9/N98// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N9/NOV// SUBJ/ATTENDANCE AT THE 2020 NAVY AND MARINE CORPS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LEADERSHIP CONTINUUM// REF/A/DEPSECDEF/YMD: 20160626 REF/B/SECNAVNOTE 5050/YMD: 20180516 REF/C/ALNAV 011/17 REF/D/OPNAVINST 5450.351 REF/E/DOC/JTR AMPN/Ref A is DoD conference guidance version 4.0. Ref B is delegation of conference approval authority. Ref C is the Updated Department of the Navy Conference Guidance. Ref D is the Mission, Function and Task of Naval Airspace and Air Traffic Control Standard and Evaluation Agency. Ref E is the Joint Travel Regulations.// POC/Jeff Dugard/CDR/OPNAV/LOC: N980A/TEL: (703) 695-8534, DSN 224// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the Navy and Marine Corps Air Traffic Control (ATC) Leadership Continuum to be held in San Diego, CA from 24-26 March 2020. This is an official training event designed for Navy and Marine Corps ATC leadership and management and complies with the guidance and intent of references A through D. 2. This forum provides senior air traffic control managers a venue to educate and train on Federal Aviation Regulations, Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization, facility management, manpower management, technical advances, operational enhancements, unmanned flight operations, and policy changes occurring in the ATC profession. Topics to be discussed: updates to Naval Aviation; special use airspace, to include scheduling, encroachment, and authority; Naval Air Systems Command Program Manager Air update on equipment and budgets; Navy and Marine Corps manning and manpower; detailer and monitor briefs; Type Command community updates ashore, afloat, and expeditionary; current Federal Aviation Administration issues; management of the National Airspace System; and United States Navy/United States Marine Corps ATC Roadmap. 3. Navy and Marine Corps ATC leadership participation from expeditionary units, facilities ashore, and afloat is critical in order to effectively address Federal Aviation Administration, International Civil Aviation Organization, and naval ATC policy and procedures which directly affect safety, training, and operational readiness. 4. Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Defense, and Department of the Navy managers who desire to make a presentation should contact LCDR John Woods, john.a.woods@navy.mil, (703) 614- 2664. 5. This is mission essential travel, per reference A; Commanding Officers may issue orders for attendance at government expense. Government expense should be minimized by limiting attendees to ATC Officers, Leading Chief Petty Officers, Staff Non-Commissioned Officers In Charge, civilian ATC leadership, and briefers. 6. The meeting will be held at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside, 1355 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101. Reservations should be made, at the government rate, under reservation code, US Navy - Air Traffic Control Leadership Continuum by calling 800-996-3426 or by using link https://book.passkey.com/go/NavyATCConference. Reservations must be made no later than 1 March 2020. 7. To reduce government travel costs, commercial air travelers should use a ride hailing or taxi services from the airport in lieu of a rental car as sufficient dining options are available within walking distance of the hotel. TAD orders may cover expenses incident to attendance and participation including transportation and per diem IAW reference A. There are no additional conference fees. Travel days are 23 and 27 March. 8. Uniforms for this event: E7 and above: Service Khaki; Marine Corps: Service C Uniform. 9. This is a coordinated OPNAV N98 and HQMC (APX) message. 10. Released by VADM J. W. Kilby, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Warfighting Requirements and Capabilities (N9)// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
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  20. WASHINGTON — Veterans are a key target for online fraud and attempts to meddle in U.S. elections, with bogus web pages and charities aimed at the military community pushing propaganda and disinformation to gin up political discord, tech industry leaders and lawmakers said Wednesday. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/ahead-of-2020-election-lawmakers-alarmed-over-foreign-agents-targeting-veterans-on-social-media-1.607199
  21. WASHINGTON (NNS) (NNS) -- Repairs to USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) are complete, and all efforts are being made to return the carrier and air wing to sea to conduct operations. In August, the Navy announced an emergent maintenance requirement for an electrical issue aboard Truman. The Navy replaced damaged components and completed tests to ensure no further issues will arise. An engineering analysis, coupled with inspections aboard several aircraft carriers, show that this was a localized issue and not a class-wide concern. The success of this repair was due to the outstanding efforts of multiple Navy organizations and industry partners who quickly brought their expertise and skills to bear to resolve this issue. “Returning HST to full functionality was a team effort with a tremendous amount of work and collaboration by NAVSEA, our industry partners, shipyard workers and the crew of HST to overcome a very challenging technical issue,” said Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, Vice Admiral Thomas Moore. Every effort is being made to make the carrier, air wing and Sailors operationally ready to deploy.
  22. Christopher Anderson, an aide to former Special Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker, testified that the White House canceled a Navy freedom-of-navigation operation in the Black Sea after President Donald Trump complained to then-national security adviser John Bolton about a CNN report that framed the operation as a counter to Russia, Politico reported. https://www.businessinsider.com/us-navy-canceled-patrol-trump-said-it-was-hostile-russia-2019-11?utm_source=reddit.com
  23. Having ceased cooperating with police in her daughter’s disappearance, the mother of 5-year-old Taylor Rose Williams is now considered a person of interest, police announced Monday. Florida police and numerous other agencies are searching tirelessly for the girl, who was last seen in her Jacksonville bedroom around midnight Tuesday but was not there Wednesday morning, according to her mother, Brianna Williams. But after investigators questioned “inconsistencies” in her statement, the U.S. Navy petty officer first class stopped talking and has remained at the Tactical Operations Center Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, police said. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/navy-petty-officer-is-now-a-person-of-interest-in-5-year-old-daughter-s-disappearance-1.607003
  24. FORT LEE, Va. (NNS) -- Instructors at Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit (CNATTU) Norfolk, Learning Site Fort Lee, completed the pilot for new “C”-school level training, called the Non-Tactical Parachute Systems course, Nov. 6. Based on a need identified by fleet subject matter experts, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) created this course specifically to train Sailors serving in the aircrew survival equipmentman (PR) rating to inspect, rig, and repair non-tactical parachutes and most technical survival equipment used in support of naval special warfare (NSW). The course serves as an example for how learning centers are responding to Naval Education and Training Command’s challenge to respond to emergent fleet training requirements better, faster, and more effectively in the delivery of training. CNATT’s instructional design and subject matter experts developed the training in minimal time, and this is one of the first CNATT courses designed and developed organically without contracted support. “The importance of this course and the positive impact it will have on the NSW and EOD [explosive ordnance disposal] communities cannot be overstated,” said Master Chief Aircrew Survival Equipmentman Aaron Carroll, CNATT N7 training department leading chief. “This course will make it possible for CNATTU Norfolk PR instructors to bring an advanced level of instruction to students in an already critical field of naval aviation.” The course encompasses 80 hours of instruction, most of which is hands-on with specialized equipment. CNATTU Norfolk is the first command in the Department of Defense (DoD) to offer this course. Due to the ever-evolving nature of their job, PRs complete elaborate “A” and “C” school training to prepare them for the fleet. The new course, CIN # C-860-0012, is an addition to the special operations rigger pipeline that awards course graduates the 773A Navy enlisted classification code and enables them to transition to the NSW field of their rating. Through the DoD, graduates can also, achieve the Federal Aviation Administration’s certification and license for senior parachute rigger, considered to be a journeyman-technician-level credential. “PRs have a demanding responsibility in the Navy, and we must ensure they have the right training when they need it to perform at their highest level,” said Carroll. “This course enhances our PR career-long learning continuum and better aligns the training with fleet requirements and warfighter needs.” The Navy created the PR rating during World War II to help the Navy meet parachute survival standards. Originally known as parachute riggers, PRs changed their official job title to aircrew survival equipmentman in 1965 to reflect the multitude of responsibilities that come with their rating. “We are proud of our PRs and their ability to provide this new, top-notch training to the fleet,” said Cmdr. Jack Morris, the prospective CNATTU Norfolk commanding officer. “The course will undoubtedly save the Navy money, but more importantly, it will save Sailors’ lives.” For more on the PR rating, visit https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn/enlisted/pr.htm. CNATTU Norfolk’s mission is to provide rate specific aviation fundamental training while professionally delivering specialized aviation "C" school training to maintain and operate air weapons systems supporting MH-53E/MH-60S/MQ-8C helicopters, E-2C/D Airborne Early Warning aircraft, C-2A(R) Carrier Onboard Delivery aircraft, Airborne Mine Counter Measure (AMCM), MQ-8C Firescout, aviation maintenance administration management, aviation boatswain's mate, aviation ordnanceman, interior communications electrician, and PR professional and rating skills.
  25. UNCLASSIFIED// ROUTINE R 121521Z NOV 19 MID510000690135U FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 253/19 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/NOV// SUBJ/FEBRUARY 2020 (CYCLE 106) NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION FOR SELECTED RESERVE E-4 THROUGH E-7 CANDIDATES// REF/A/DOC/BUPERS/19SEP18// REF/B/MSG/SECNAV WASHINGTON DC/052044ZMAR13// REF/C/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/201449ZDEC18// REF/D/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/201604ZDEC18// REF/E/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/272057ZDEC18// NARR/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1430.16G, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE. REF B IS ALNAV 015/13, PERSONNEL SECURITY INVESTIGATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS UNCLASSIFIED. REF C IS NAVADMIN 312/18, ADVANCEMENT POLICY UPDATE. REF D IS NAVADMIN 313/18, PROFESSIONAL MILITARY KNOWLEDGE ELIGIBILITY EXAM BUSINESS RULES. REF E IS NAVADMIN 316/18, ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT WORKSHEET.// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the February 2020 (cycle 106) Navy- Wide Advancement Examination (NWAE) for advancement-in-rate of Selected Reserve (SELRES) Personnel. In line with Sailor 2025 transformation efforts to modernize personnel management and improve transparency, changes to cycle 106 include: a. For candidates taking E-4 and E-5 exams, compute performance mark average (PMA) using all evaluations in the current pay grade of the candidate with an ending date that falls within the following time periods: (1) E-4 exam - 1 June 2019 to 31 January 2020. (2) E-5 exam - 1 February 2019 to 31 January 2020. b. For candidates taking E-6 and E-7 exams, calculate the reporting seniors cumulative average (RSCA) PMA, as outlined in reference (c), using evaluations in the current paygrade of the candidate with the ending date that falls within the time periods: (1) E-6 exam - 1 February 2017 to 31 January 2020. (2) E-7 exam 1 February 2017 to 31 December 2019. c. Refer to reference (c) and paragraph 308 of reference (a) for additional guidance on RSCA PMA and PMA. d. For guidance on Professional Military Knowledge Eligibility Exam (PMK-EE), refer to reference (d). PMK-EE is mandatory for cycle 106. e. For guidance on establishing Enlisted Advancement Worksheet (EAW) user roles and completing worksheets, refer to reference (e). EAW is mandatory for cycle 106. EAW will be the authority for PMA, RSCA PMA and awards. 2. Administration a. SELRES exams will be administered in February 2020. b. All candidates serving on voluntary recall or mobilization will compete for advancement as a SELRES. c. This NAVADMIN supplements reference (a). d. In addition to the requirements of reference (a), chapter 6 and this NAVADMIN, Educational Services Officers (ESO) must follow the pre-exam preparation requirements in the exam verbatim located on the Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) website via MyNavy Portal (MNP) at https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/navy-advancement- center/my-eso. 3. Eligibility Requirements. For all E-4 through E-7 candidates, eligibility requirements are found in reference (a), chapter 2, with the following information specific only to cycle 106: a. The terminal eligibility date used to compute time-in-rate (TIR) for E-4 through E-6 is 1 July 2020 and for E-7 is 1 January 2021. b. The minimum TIR date must be on or before (1) E-7 - 1 January 2018. (2) E-6 - 1 July 2017. (3) E-5 - 1 July 2019. (4) E-4 1 January 2020. c. E-6 and E-7 candidates TIR requirements for early promote Sailors can be waived by 1 year with commanding officer (CO)/office- in-charge (OIC) approval, in line with reference (a), paragraph 214. d. High-year tenure (HYT) date for E-4 through E-6 must be effective 1 July 2020 or later. HYT date for E-7 must be effective 1 September 2020 or later. Any HYT waiver must be approved prior to 1 February 2020. e. Candidates who have submitted a formal written request for voluntary transfer to the retired reserve (with or without pay) or Fleet Reserve on a date prior to their mandated HYT are ineligible for advancement. f. Candidates in a rating requiring a security clearance must have a favorable investigation adjudication by the Department of Defense Central Adjudication Facility (DoDCAF) reflected properly in the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) prior to 1 February 2020. If the CO of the candidate grants an interim clearance, JPAS must be updated prior to 1 February 2020. Candidates must maintain security clearance eligibility throughout the advancement cycle to be eligible for advancement. If, for any reason, a clearance is denied or revoked, an exam is not authorized until a new clearance is granted. Ratings requiring a security clearance are AC, AE, AG, AO, AT, AWF, AWO, AWR, AWS, AZ, CTI, CTN, CTR, CTT, EOD, ET, ETR, ETV, FC, FCA, GM, HT, IS, IT, ITS, LN, MA, MC, MMA, TM (previously MMW), MN, ND, OS, QM, SB, SO, STG, STS and YN. Refer to references (a) and (b) for additional guidance. g. Branch class and special program indicator (SPI) code. All SELRES are required to take a cycle 106 SELRES NWAE. Full-Time Support and Canvasser Recruiter personnel with a SPI code of V and W, respectively, will take cycle 246 (E-7) or cycle 247 (E-4 through E-6) Active-Duty NWAEs. 4. Exam ordering. Order exams in line with chapter 4 of reference (a). a. Deploying commands and candidates departing to Congressionally- Designated Combat Zones and Approved Contingency Operations Areas (CDCZ/ACOA) can order exams up to 6 months prior to the scheduled exam date. For additional guidance, refer to chapter 4 and paragraph 614 of reference (a). b. Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Exams: (1) Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI), Cryptologic Technician Networks (CTN) and Cryptologic Technician Collection (CTR) SCI exam ordering dates can be found on the NEAS website. ESOs must verify initial TIR eligibility lists on the NEAS website for exam ordering. (2) Supplemental TIR SCI exams are ordered via preferred formatted e- mail to sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil or naval message following the guidelines in line with chapter 4 of reference (a). The deadline for supplemental orders is 22 January 2020. c. Non-SCI Exams: (1) Exam ordering for non-SCI exams will be available from 1 December 2019 to 10 December 2019. ESOs must verify TIR eligibility lists on the NEAS website. (2) Eligible candidates who were not added to the initial TIR list can be added to a supplemental TIR list. Supplemental TIR lists will be available from 11 December 2019 to 22 January 2020. The deadline to order supplemental SELRES exams is 29 February 2020. d. Exams ordered after the TIR lists have closed and exams for prior service reenlistment eligible Reserve Sailors shall be ordered using preferred formatted e-mail or naval message following the guidelines in line with chapter 4 of reference (a). Ensure a point of contact is included in the submitted e-mail or message. e. Exams for CDCZ/ACOA Sailors or recalled reservists will be ordered by the command holding the service record of the Service Member. Authority is granted for these candidates to be administered exams with the Active-Duty candidates. However, these candidates are still required to take the cycle 106 SELRES exam and not the cycle 246 (E-7) or cycle 247 (E-4 through E-6) exams. f. When an exam is not used during the normally scheduled event, do not destroy the exam prior to 1 April 2020. g. Cycle 106 exams should only be administered during the month of February. A request must be submitted with justification via e- mail to sfly_N321_exam_order(at)navy.mil for permission to retain exams for administration on the next drill weekend in March 2020. Ensure the reason for a requested delay is included. h. ESOs must verify the exam orders at the *View Previous Exam Orders* link via the NEAS website within 7 to 10 days of placing the order. If exam order discrepancies are noted, contact the Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center (NETPDC), Exam Ordering and Discrepancies Branch (N321) as listed in the NEAS website NETPDC (N321) Point Of Contact Table. 5. Exam administration and answer sheet returns a. For exam administration and answer sheet return instructions, refer to chapter 6 of reference (a). b. ESOs must check the exam tote board on the NEAS website often to ensure answer sheets have been received and processed. Answer sheets that are in error will not be counted until they are processed successfully. c. A detailed discrepancy list can be found at the NEAS website via MNP. For guidance on discrepancy correction requirements, refer to reference (a), chapters 3 and 7. d. All post-exam administration discrepancy correction correspondence with NETPDC (N321) is to be submitted using the EAW post-exam administration comments function, refer to reference (e). All corrections must have CO/OIC letter and supporting documentation included as attachments. e. For guidance on E-4 through E-6 candidates with missed exams due to assignment in CDCZ/ACOA, refer to reference (a), chapter 6. f. The deadline to administer regular exams is 29 February 2020. Approved late exams must be administered no later than 31 March 2020. 6. Results. Selection board eligibility results will be provided via BUPERS On-line to authorized command representatives prior to the release of profile sheets. See chapter 7 of reference (a) for additional information on selection board eligibility and advancement results. 7. Points of contact a. MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) is available 24/7, by phone at (833) 330-MNCC ((833) 330-6622) or via e-mail at askmncc(at)navy.mil. b. SCI exam questions and orders via phone at (850) 473-5867/DSN 753 or via e-mail at sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil. c. Non-SCI exam orders by phone at (850) 473-6148/DSN 753 or via e-mail at sfly_n321_exam_order(at)navy.mil. d. Non-SCI exam records, and discrepancies by phone at (850) 473-6148/DSN 753 or via EAW. 8. Any additional information regarding this cycle, to include the exam verbatim and other related documents, will be posted on MNP at https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/navy-advancement-center/my-eso. 9. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, whichever occurs first. 10. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  26. It epitomized U.S. air power during the Cold War, was used extensively by the U.S. in Vietnam and was still in active service decades later. But now, the iconic F-4 Phantom II fighter-bomber is flying into the sunset. Only a few dozen Phantoms remain in active service around the world out of 5,195 built during a 20-year production run that started in the 1950s. The American ones, flown by the Air Force, Navy and Marines, are all gone, many of them having been shot down in their final roles as target-practice drones. Those still in use by foreign air forces are slated for retirement in the near future. https://www.stripes.com/news/disappearing-phantom-iconic-jet-nears-end-of-service-1.606819
  27. WASHINGTON — Several years ago, Iraq War veteran Kayla Williams and her family moved to Pennsylvania, where she and her husband received $500 each semester toward her two children’s school costs, thanks to a statewide benefit. The only problem? They had relocated from Virginia — a state that provides free tuition to children of disabled veterans. Williams’ husband, also a veteran, has a 100 percent disability rating from the VA. https://www.stripes.com/news/new-study-shows-veteran-benefit-discrepancies-between-states-1.606895
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