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  2. The worst corruption scandal in Navy history reached new heights Friday as federal prosecutors announced bribery and fraud charges against three retired sailors, including an officer who allegedly took part in a wild two-day party with prostitutes in Tokyo that cost $75,000. A grand jury in San Diego indicted retired Capt. David W. Haas, 50, of Kailua, Hawaii, on charges that he took $145,000 in bribes from Leonard Glenn Francis, a Singapore-based defense contractor known as “Fat Leonard” in Navy circles. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2018/08/17/fat-leonard-scandal-grows-with-indictment-of-three-more-retired-navy-officials/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.a708051d9e1b
  3. There are certain terms and phrases used on evaluations that if you see you should question and immediately request a CMC CDB. Anything that alludes to the future will be looked at as if you are not ready now. These are the leadership that works directly with you and the board has to take their word seriously. Every word in your eval should be engrained in the now or past Meaning you are already a “Chief” just not in uniform. If you are briefed a questionable phrase or wording sign your eval and request an immediate CDB with the CMC included to see why that wording was chosen and if it can be changed before they are sent up. I run run in to a lot of Sailors you are “checking” all of the blocks and are confused on why they are not selected and when I see the evals I can clearly see: Will one day make a great Chief Chief in training My future front runner Any phrase that is not in the now is potentially negative.
  4. When this season is over I will be more than willing to share, been quite busy lately and I am sure it will stay this way till September 14th.
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  6. That sounds like something that I would be interested in.
  7. Yeah I don't understand the reading aspect side of the board. I know for me I've checked every box off like you, so it must be specific phrases or something that will make it stand out that they are looking for.
  8. Capt. Geoffrey Moore, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island commanding officer, delivered his final “State of the Station” to the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce Thursday in Oak Harbor. He thanked the community for its support of the base, named best large installation by Navy Installations Command in December, and outlined its past and planned efforts for “sustaining success.” http://www.whidbeynewstimes.com/news/commander-talks-about-the-future-of-navy-base/
  9. Can you ask those folks to share those eval bullets as well.
  10. The Blue Angels will soon be flying in F/A-18 Super Hornets. The Navy's Pensacola-based flight demonstration team is getting long-awaited upgrades from its current fleet of F/A-18 Hornets. Super Hornets are 25 percent bigger than the current Hornets, can fly 40 percent further and remain on station 80 percent longer, according to the Blue Angels. https://pilotonline.com/news/military/article_b2d01092-a158-11e8-9d2e-5fb6c188c9f4.html
  11. YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — A USS Ronald Reagan sailor was convicted Wednesday of six charges involving attempted sexual activity with children. Prosecutors said Petty Officer 1st Class Gilbert Sandoval — a 32-year-old boatswain’s mate assigned to the aircraft carrier — tried to meet a person he believed to be a 14-year-old Kinnick High School freshman for sexual acts. He was also accused of planning to have sex with a 7-year-old girl. https://www.stripes.com/news/uss-ronald-reagan-sailor-found-guilty-of-attempting-to-sexually-assault-children-1.542666
  12. WASHINGTON – Seventy-five years ago this week, 19-year-old Seaman 2nd Class Daryl Weathers was aboard the USS Abner Read in the bay off the Aleutian Islands, patrolling for Japanese submarines when an explosion – likely an enemy mine – ripped apart the destroyer. https://www.stripes.com/news/stern-of-us-destroyer-found-near-alaska-as-researchers-map-little-known-campaign-of-wwii-1.542829
  13. To any Chiefs, Senior Chiefs, Master Chiefs, or CWOs popping their heads in here to get a glimpse of next year's anxious crop. If you have the time, I'd like to ask for a record review and any feedback, opinions, constructive criticism, or general advise that would make for a more competitive package next year. Thanks in advance!
  14. The following is the Aug. 2, 2018 Congressional Research Service report, Navy Ship Names: Background for Congress. From the report: Names for Navy ships traditionally have been chosen and announced by the Secretary of the Navy, under the direction of the President and in accordance with rules prescribed by Congress. Rules for giving certain types of names to certain types of Navy ships have evolved over time. There have been exceptions to the Navy’s ship-naming rules, particularly for the purpose of naming a ship for a person when the rule for that type of ship would have called for it to be named for something else. Some observers have perceived a breakdown in, or corruption of, the rules for naming Navy ships. https://news.usni.org/2018/08/14/report-congress-u-s-navy-ship-naming-conventions
  15. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump signed the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act into law Monday, marking the first on-time passage of the annual bill in 22 years. The $717 billion defense policy bill goes into effect Oct. 1, the start of the 2019 fiscal year. https://www.stripes.com/news/military-pay-raise-15-000-new-troops-promotion-reforms-5-key-aspects-of-the-2019-defense-budget-1.542440
  16. SEOUL, South Korea – The 2019 defense policy bill signed by President Donald Trump restricts efforts to reduce U.S. troop numbers in South Korea, reflecting concerns that the administration may move to do so. The $717 billion bill prevents the Pentagon from cutting the number of servicemembers deployed to the South below 22,000 unless the defense secretary has certified that it’s in the “national security interest” and that the secretary has “appropriately consulted” with regional allies. https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/defense-act-restricts-efforts-to-cut-us-troop-numbers-in-south-korea-1.542502
  17. WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Navy released an update on the Sailor 2025 Rating Modernization’s four lines of effort (LOE): Career Fields, Marketplace Force Management, Advancement, and Credentialing in NAVADMIN 196/18, Aug. 13. The updates listed below provide a summary on the current status and way ahead of the four LOEs, but all personnel are strongly encouraged to read the NAVADMIN for greater detail on each topic. Career Fields The alignment of Navy ratings into 23 career fields and 12 broad communities has provided a foundation for future development of more flexible and sustainable career paths for Sailors. In October 2017, and March and June of this year, three groups of over 850 Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes were successfully converted to a new construct. More information about the revised NEC construct and communities and career fields can be found at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/reference/nec/Pages/default.aspx. Marketplace Force Management Driven by the urgent requirement to update and modernize personnel systems, the Navy began to expand career fields, in order to transform enlisted force community and career management in the future. A new “Navy Detailing Marketplace” is currently under development, through which the foundational elements of an automated personnel management system will tie Sailor enlistment directly to negotiations for a billet, which will then allow Sailors to reenlist or extend for that billet assignment. The marketplace will be a single system that uses the new NEC construct to better represent Sailors’ qualifications, experience, and performance in the form of a resume. The “Sailor Resume” function will be available in the future under “My Record” on MyNavy Portal (MNP). Starting in Fiscal Year 2019, Sailors will be able to view all advertised billets for which they are qualified and to then submit a resume that includes: ASVAB scores, security clearance status, worldwide deployability, qualifications, evaluations, NECs earned, education degrees and training certifications. Ultimately, the resume function will provide the ability to better match Sailors to billets. Advancement Process Late in 2017, Navy senior enlisted leaders completed the first phase of the Advancement Exam Readiness Review (AERR) testing bank improvement plan by drafting advancement exam questions that match current and relevant rating-specific technical requirements with the hands-on, real-world knowledge and experience needed in the Fleet. The establishment of the Professional Military Knowledge Eligibility Exam (PMK-EE) focuses the Navy Wide Advancement Exam (NWAE) on occupational knowledge and will serve as an eligibility requirement for advancement to paygrades E4/5/6/7. PMK-EE will be delivered electronically, and will be available via the MyNavyPortal (MNP) website beginning in October 2018. The online Enlisted Advancement Worksheet (EAW), will automate the manual advancement processes and enable Sailors to review their worksheets before the exam and take charge of their advancement records. An EAW pilot, available through the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS), will be implemented with the Active Duty and Reserve spring 2019 advancement cycles. The Senior Enlisted Advancement to Vacancy (A2V) pilot was announced in June and will fill senior chief petty officer and master chief petty officer priority billets using a spot advancement incentive, and will lead enlisted advancement modernization for exceptional Sailors in all paygrades with critical NECs in the future. Credentialing Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) currently funds over 2,700 certificates/licenses with opportunities for Sailors in every rating. Navy COOL recently reduced the minimum service remaining on a Sailor’s enlistment contract to earn credentials from 12 to six months, and expanded opportunity for Sailors to earn credentials mapped to an academic degree or technical education certificate. Additionally, there are more opportunities for Sailors to maximize their Navy training and qualifications toward attainment of U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) licenses, to include funding the Transportation Worker Identification Card. These opportunities are highlighted in a dedicated “USCG National Maritime Center (NMC) Credentialing” tab for ratings with applicable USCG license alignment on the Navy COOL website. Sailors will be able to convert their military training records, billet assignment history and other credentialing data to a compatible civilian resume by the end of fiscal year 2019. Using those standardized data, Sailors can easily research information on civilian and federal occupations mapped to their ratings at https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn or via the Navy COOL app available on the Google Play store or iTunes. The goals for Rating Modernization are to provide greater choice and flexibility for our Sailors with respect to detailing and training, to provide greater flexibility for the Navy in assigning highly trained personnel, and to increase professional alignment with civilian employers. Rating Modernization supports Sailor 2025 initiatives through the goals of redefining career fields, improving talent management and the detailing process, offering more career choices, and expanding professional development opportunities. These initiatives are intended to increase Fleet readiness, sustainability, and fit.
  18. Hello everyone, I am applying this year for the PA program, I am open to any advice or guidance. It's pretty quiet in this thread, I didn't see anyone posting about the PA program this year anywhere (hopefully that's a good sign). Anyone else on here planning on submitting this year for PA? My background: Been in 15 years, 5 years as an Independent Duty Corpsman. I am 35 years old. Meet all the general requirements. I have a Bachelor's of Health Science from GWU, completed all prereqs for the PA program to include Chem 1/2 (both with lab), Algebra, Medical terminology, Psychology 101, English 1/2, history and a speech class for social sciences. Overall GPA is 3.9. I already uploaded my transcripts to the IPAP liaison site and still anxiously waiting the results of my academic eligibility. Which Ms. Kemp states should be completed by the 17th of August. I might need a medical waiver for a medication that I am taking, but I have heard from the office that grants waivers that I will get one if selected (saving that email!) My Physician states that waiver is recommended and I am well controlled etc. I have 4 LORs from a Captain, LT, LCDR from the Medical Corps and one from the deputy director for physician assistants (reserve) at the pentagon who is a CDR. My appraisals are from two Commanders and a LCDR- two PAs and one Audiologist. 4 personal awards: 3 NAMs, 1 COM/ FMF GCE qualified. Sea- Shore rotation is intact, no ships though. Mostly Marines and Clinics, although I am told this isn't a huge factor. My weakest points in my package are my SAT scores. I scored an 1120 with a math score of 470. From what I am told, it is more a check in the box thing, but it is still a source of apprehension for me because seeing past accepted packages, I am behind the curve. My choices for retaking are very limited here in Japan and I paid an arm and a leg to take the one I have, so retaking wasn't an option for me this year. My last eval was a break out EP #8 of 74... however at my last command I received 3 P's in a row, it was a terrible command and they really screwed my chances of ever picking up Chief. The write-ups are not terrible, but they aren't the best either. I didn't do anything wrong or perform poorly, it was just a terrible situation. I am hoping that it won't hold me down too much. I feel that my two weaknesses (evals and SAT scores) are pretty significant, and I am hoping some people who have been selected can give me a little insight on this and hopefully put my mind at ease. Any feedback is much appreciated. Please let me know if I should be hopeful or feel free to burst my bubble. I know it is late in the game, but as soon as I am done sending this package off, I am changing the dates for my next application and starting over in case I do not get selected. I can also answer some questions as well since I have been emailing Ms. Kemp all year about this program and its weird and sometimes sudden unwritten changes such as the mandatory 1306/7 conditional release we all need to have... Thanks in advance and good luck to all who are applying!
  19. IDCtoPA

    IDCtoPA

    IDC currently Stationed at Branch Health Clinic Iwakuni, Japan. 15 years in, 5 as an IDC. Submitting my first officer package to the MSC-IPP PA program for AY-19. Looking for advice and will share personal experience regarding this program.

  20. My big takeaway from all of the information on the forum this year was that evals carry a tremendous amount of weight... more so than any other single item. While I knew this already, hearing the experience of others and seeing eval bullets of those selected has opened my eyes to what my evals should look like. Fun fact - they don't look like that. I was thinking, it would be neat if we could create a page with clickable ratings that would display eval write-ups from people selected in those rates. What's everyone's opinion on this?
  21. EDEDO, Guam — Driving north on Route 3 toward the site of the yet-to-be-built Marine Corps Base Guam, signs of construction are everywhere. Workers clearing land and signs warning of detours because of unexploded ordnance are common sights. The U.S. Pacific island territory is undergoing an $8.7 billion metamorphosis that will see about 4,000 Okinawa-based Marines relocate here in the mid-2020s. About $3 billion of the cost is being picked by the Japanese government. https://www.stripes.com/news/work-on-guam-s-8-7-billion-portion-of-pacific-realignment-gaining-momentum-officials-say-1.542331
  22. WASHINGTON — Peter O’Rourke, who became embroiled in multiple controversies during his short time as acting secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, will stay on as a senior adviser to new VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, the VA announced Monday. Wilkie, sworn into the job two weeks ago, listed several changes he’s made to his leadership team. O’Rourke will maintain a top position at the VA, bucking rumors that Wilkie would reassign him to a less visible role. https://www.stripes.com/news/va-shuffles-several-leadership-posts-embattled-former-acting-secretary-retained-as-senior-adviser-1.542412
  23. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Monday signed into law a $717 billion defense policy bill, which authorizes a wave of significant military increases, including servicemembers’ biggest pay boost in nearly a decade, higher troop levels and new equipment and weapons for the upcoming fiscal year. https://www.stripes.com/news/trump-signs-717-billion-defense-policy-bill-into-law-1.542430
  24. UNCLASSIFIED ROUTINE R 131510Z AUG 18 FM CNO WASHINGTON DC TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC BT UNCLAS NAVADMIN 196/18 PASS TO OFFICE CODES: FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/AUG// SUBJ/RATING MODERNIZATION PROGRESS UPDATE// REF/A/DOC/CNO/1JAN16// REF/B/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/211200ZDEC16// REF/C/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/131828ZJUL17// REF/D/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/161827ZAUG17// REF/E/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/041505ZAPR18// REF/F/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/141446ZJUN18// NARR/REF A IS CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS DESIGN FOR MAINTAINING MARITIME SUPERIORITY. REF B IS NAVADMIN 283/16, NAVY RATING MODERNIZATION NEXT STEPS. REF C IS NAVADMIN 174/17, REVISED NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATION CODE CONSTRUCT. REF D IS NAVADMIN 200/17, COMMANDING OFFICER AUTHORITY TO REINSTATE UP TO E4 RANK AND ELIMINATION OF E4 ADVANCEMENT EXAMS FOR 20 RATINGS WITH ACCELERATED ADVANCEMENT. REF E IS NAVADMIN 085/18, PROFESSIONAL MILITARY KNOWLEDGE ELIGIBILITY EXAM (PMK-EE). REF F IS NAVADMIN 144/18, ANNOUNCEMENT OF PILOT PROGRAM FOR THE FY-19 ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT- TO- VACANCY SELECTION BOARD.// RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN provides an update and way ahead on the four rating modernization (RM) lines of effort (LOE): career fields, marketplace force management, advancement process, and credentialing. 2. RM supports Sailor 2025 initiatives addressed in references (a) and (b) with the goals of redefining career fields, improving talent management and the detailing process, offering more career choices, and expanding professional development opportunities. These initiatives are intended to increase Fleet readiness, sustainability, and fit. The details provided below highlight the ongoing progress in each of the four RM LOEs: a. Career fields. (1) Progress made: As announced in reference (c), the alignment of ratings into 23 career fields and 12 broad communities has provided a foundation for future development of more flexible career paths and the detailing marketplace. RM enabled by Ready Relevant Learning is a key component of Sailor 2025. As we transfer to Block Learning, the Navy has revised the Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) construct that organizes NEC codes according to their career fields. In October 2017, March 2018, and June 2018 three groups of over 850 NEC codes were successfully converted, thereby completing the transition to the new Navy NEC construct. (2) Way ahead: By the end of 2018, the RM working group will complete the commonality matrix, a tool that will provide a robust capability to analyze similarities across ratings, skill sets, training curricula, credentials, and other relevant factors. This capability will help both Sailors and Navy leadership identify opportunities for improving the transparency, flexibility, and sustainability of enlisted career paths. More information about the revised NEC construct and communities and career fields can be viewed at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers- npc/reference/nec/Pages/default.aspx. b. Marketplace force management. (1) Progress made: Based upon the urgent requirement to update and modernize our current personnel systems, methodologies to facilitate expanded career fields were developed, which will help transform enlisted force community and career management in the future. The new marketplace will better balance needs of the Navy with the desires of the Sailor. Several pilot efforts focused on comparing rating skill sets, training requirements and billet availability were conducted in 2017. These pilots compared Yeoman/Personnel Specialist and Damage Controlman/Hull Maintenance Technician to determine viability and the appropriate inputs and possible components for building a future marketplace. (2) Way ahead: A new *Navy Detailing Marketplace* is under development, establishing the foundational elements of an automated personnel management system that will tie Sailor enlistment directly to negotiating for a billet, allowing Sailors to reenlist or extend for that billet assignment. The marketplace will be a single system that will leverage our new NEC construct to better represent qualifications, skills, experience, performance, and proficiency in the form of a resume of the Sailor. Sailor resume will be available in the future under *My Record* on MyNavyPortal(MNP). Starting in Fiscal Year 2019, Sailors will be able to view all advertised billets they qualify for and then submit a resume that includes: ASVAB scores, security clearance status, worldwide deployability, qualifications, evaluations, NECs earned, education degrees, and training certifications. This resume will provide the ability to better match Sailors to billets, better information for both detailers and commands, who can then make sound, agile and transparent decisions. U.S. Fleet Forces (USFF) Command is leading a sub-working group that will incorporate a fifth and sixth alpha numeric digit to the new NEC construct outlined in reference (c), to capture Sailor proficiency, performance, and experience in their rating and associated NECs. This work will improve billet descriptions and improve Sailor matching to billets. Some key concepts being explored in the marketplace include the ability to compare billets side-by-side, which will provide timely information to Sailors while they are considering their options for billets. Representatives from Navy Personnel Command, USFF, and the Bureau of Naval Personnel are working collaboratively to conduct a Marketplace Detailing war game for the rating of Aerographers Mate (AG) in the Fall of 2018. This war game will engage more than 70 Sailors in a real world setting. The simulated exercise will use actual billets and Sailors to study the Marketplace concepts and make improvements as necessary. The intended outcome is a detailing process which is easier to understand, transparent and gives Sailors more control in the assignment decision process by displaying more billet options and providing incentives for selecting high-priority billets which meet the operational priority of the Fleet. Examples of incentives under consideration include multiple tour details, incentive pay, advance-to-vacancy billets and educational opportunities. One example of multiple tours bundled into a single detailing transaction could be a guaranteed sea duty assignment in the same geographic area following a shore duty assignment, specifically in fleet concentration areas such as Lemoore and other similar type locations. Integrating these detailing incentives through the Marketplace platform will provide opportunities for geo-stability to Sailors and their family while meeting the priorities of the Fleet. Additionally, the functional marketplace will be used by Sailors to transition between the Active and Reserve Components and to apply for rating conversions. Sailors with training and special skills will have a more agile conversion process that leverages the Sailor resume and Marketplace Detailing data to inform them of where their skills best fit in the Navy. The same tools will enable detailers to better harness those unique skill sets possessed by certain Sailors to fill critical jobs. A conceptual Marketplace Detailing wireframe demo can be seen at http://detailing- marketplace.s3.amazonaws.com/search.htm. c. Advancement process. (1) Progress made: As outlined in reference (d), we have revised policy to eliminate rating exams for 20 E4 auto-advanced ratings. Commands will have the ability to reinstate an E3 Sailor to E4 who had been awarded NJP, after a minimum 6 month waiting period. Late in 2017, we completed the first phase of the Advancement Exam Readiness Review (AERR) testing bank improvement plan that leverages the highly talented senior enlisted leaders selected by their Type Commands to create advancement exam questions that match current and relevant rating specific technical requirements with the hands-on, real- world knowledge and experience needed in the Fleet. (2) Way ahead: As a part of Sailor 2025 we are continuing to modernize enlisted advancements through several new initiatives to include the Professional Military Knowledge Eligibility Exam (PMK-EE) outlined in reference (e), the online Enlisted Advancement Worksheet (EAW), and the Senior Enlisted Advancement to Vacancy (A2V) Selection Board outlined in reference (f). The establishment of the PMK-EE focuses the Navy Wide Advancement Exam (NWAE) on occupational knowledge and will serve as an eligibility requirement for advancement to paygrades E4/5/6/7. PMK-EE will be delivered electronically, and will be available via the MyNavyPortal (MNP) website beginning in October 2018. The online EAW will automate the manual advancement processes and enable Sailors to review their worksheets before the exam and take charge of their advancement records. An EAW pilot, available through the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS), will be implemented with the Active Duty and Reserve spring 2019 advancement cycles. These two steps will help us learn as we continue to work toward tailored advancement exams, delivered electronically to all. The A2V pilot will fill senior chief petty officer and master chief petty officer priority billets using a spot advancement incentive and will lead Enlisted advancement modernization for exceptional Sailors in all paygrades with critical NECs in the future. Tools like A2V will make important incentives available in the Marketplace Detailing. The ultimate goal of the Navy, is to promote the right Sailor with the right skill in the right place at the right time. d. Credentialing. (1) Progress made: Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) currently funds over 2,700 certificates/licenses with opportunities for Sailors in every rating. Navy COOL recently reduced the minimum service remaining on a Sailors enlistment contract requirement to earn credentials from 12 to 6 months, and expanded the opportunity for Sailors to earn credentials mapped to an academic degree or technical education certificate. In addition, we have significantly improved opportunities for Sailors to maximize their Navy training and qualifications toward attainment of U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) licenses, to include funding the Transportation Worker Identification Card. These opportunities are highlighted in a dedicated *USCG National Maritime Center (NMC) Credentialing* tab for ratings with applicable USCG license alignment on the Navy COOL website. (2) Way ahead: Sailors will be able to convert their military training records, billet assignment history, and other credentialing data to a compatible civilian resume by the end of fiscal year 2019. Using those standardized data, Sailors can easily research information on civilian and federal occupations mapped to their ratings at https://www.cool.navy.mil/usn or via the Navy COOL app available on the Google Play store or iTunes. 3. Representatives from across the Navy, at all levels, are contributing to the efforts in each of the four RM LOE working groups. We are committed to ensuring that Fleet and Sailor input is incorporated into all RM efforts. As a reminder, Fleet representatives are welcome to participate in the working groups. Feedback or ideas can also be forwarded to USNPeople.fct(at)navy.mil. 4. Other opportunities to learn more about RM include: Fleet Engagement Team site visits, Career Development Symposiums, Navy COOL Fleet briefs, and direct contact with the Enlisted Plans and Policy Branch (OPNAV N132) RM team. 5. Points of contact: a. For general RM questions contact CAPT Angela Katson, Branch Head OPNAV N132, (703) 604-5024/DSN 664, or via email at angela.katson(at)navy.mil b. For information on RM development, updates, and participation, or to join the discussions on RM subjects that are of interest to you, visit the N1 RM Working Group SharePoint page at https://mpte.navy.deps.mil/sites/opnav- n1/rmwg/SitePages/Home.aspx. c. For access questions or comments contact LCDR Barry Lu, RM Project Manager OPNAV N132, (703) 604-5440, or via email at barry.lu(at)navy.mil. 6. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.// BT #0001 NNNN UNCLASSIFIED//
  25. The Navy has identified a sailor found dead at Naval Station Norfolk Friday. He is 22-year-old Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua Johnson, Navy spokesman George Bieber said in a news release Monday morning. https://pilotonline.com/news/article_fecd23ec-9f08-11e8-bffd-c3e9b064a133.html
  26. I've started studying for the exam as well. Had some fun finding one of the references actually. The email that is listed in the bibliography at the top gets replies fairly quickly I am surprised to say. I was expecting it to take a week or more but they were super helpful. When I was talking with my chief about evals and got the advice to draft the write-up based on the board precepts. Am I missing something when I read those? They are almost exactly the same, word for word from the previous year and seem to only give generic rules about not talking about board proceedings, CMEO items, not to let a single negative event knock a person out of the running entirely, etc.
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