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  1. ITCS(IDW/SW/AW/IUSS) RET

    ITCS(IDW/SW/AW/IUSS) RET

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  1. 4 points
    I would first ask, what has your chain of command said in response to what your local PSD is telling you? Additionally, there is a multitude of things you can scan and submit for inclusion to your record using NPC as your guide. With NSIPS being the new thing, your CMD ADMIN should be able to transfer via TOPS to PSD for inclusion to your record. If what you are saying is happening, I would ask through your leadership if PSD would be willing to provide a letter you could include in your LTB stating that they will not submit anything to your record. Then, I would venture to assume that you have a stack of things you should submit to the board. As far as your outlook on retention advice to your junior Sailors, I would be cautious of how outspoken you are. While the days of old (berating Sailors for getting out) have passed, I never made direct advice to Sailors on one or the other (stay in or get out). That is their decision to make. What I would do however, I would support their decision while asking challenging questions that maybe they weren't factoring in (if getting out), or congratulate their decision to stay Navy while setting real expectations going forward.
  2. 3 points
    Good luck to all! I was in same spot 4 years ago, stalking this page and reading as much as possible. The encryption method DOES WORK, you just have to read and follow the directions. If you guys have any last minute questions before your LTB deadline, just ask. I don't have the magic formula to tell you if you "have enough" but following your Career Path and writing to the Convening Order are basic things you should be doing already. Here to help...good luck guys!
  3. 3 points
    After submitting mine, I was helping a couple PO1s with their LTBs. Then I noticed that I left the word “Active” off my cover sheet. Laughing at myself now.
  4. 2 points
    How about all the posts with the rumor mill about the date of result release? That’s when the pages really ramp up!
  5. 2 points
    It’s funny to go back and look at last years forum and we are right about the same area. I think about 1 page behind on last years pace
  6. 2 points
    I completely understand the headache of trying to update the NSIPS documents in OMPF. When we went to an online system, I had no idea what NSIPS was about past eLeave. I never asked the right questions when I first started putting together LTBs, my fault. When one of my leaders was able to completely explain everything to me, I was right on top of re-enlistment. I worked with admin, and was able to quickly update everything, but still had to wait three years to have everything placed in OMPF. My admin had sent everything into PSD each of those three years, well ahead of exam results, but nothing was ever uploaded. This past year YN1 explained to me that it was up to PSD to process paperwork for individuals who weren’t reenlisting. Something regarding major degradation between what showed in OMPF vs. what is in NSIPS would be needed before they would consider pushing your paperwork. I don’t tell my Sailors to shorten their reenlistments, but I have told them of my experiences and have urged them to stay on top of these things.
  7. 2 points
    Here’s to a Good Year
  8. 2 points
    Doesn't matter really. Board # 360 is for AD anyways. And after having so many MC's look at my packages throughout the years, they don't even look at that. They go straight to the enclosures listing. I think we're sweating the small details to be honest. I mean, a buddy of mine referenced the wrong navadmin and didn't sign his LTB and still made it. It's all about what's in your record.
  9. 2 points
    Good luck all! Keep your heads on a swivel, keep on leading your Sailors and the rest will fall in place!
  10. 2 points
    Because we want to get to that next level and be a part of the exclusive brotherhood and sisterhood.
  11. 2 points
    Good morning, everyone! I'm back for the first time this year. Just submitted my LTB. Why is that always so stressful?
  12. 2 points
    tomorrow the board convenes for SELRES/FTS cant wait to see what the quotas will be!!!!
  13. 2 points
    That is reassuring. Thanks for sharing. My first sea tour was straight P with the exception of an MP 1 of 1 special (worse than a P in my mind), but the transfer EP was slightly above RSCA. Shore duty went the right direction with a regular EP and breakout right before transfer. And here at 2nd sea first eval was MP above RSCA. I personally feel like my window starts this year based on my history. Hopefully heading toward a regular EP this year based on LPO, quals, and other roles. So next year hopefully would have an even stronger package.
  14. 2 points
    After SP eval; PO3 special - P, PO2 frocked - EP, PO2 detach - EP, PO2 regular - MP, PO2 regular - EP, PO1 regular - MP, PO1 regular - MP, PO1 detach - EP, PO1 regular - MP. SELECTED
  15. 1 point
    Or how about the guy who has a hook up such as Bill whose wife knows the dog groomer of the Admiral's Aunt who happens to know where in the chain the Chief's results are at?
  16. 1 point
    Normally after the quotas come out is also when their will go from 10 pages to 60 pages in a week on here
  17. 1 point
    Never mind the man with two stars on his anchor behind the curtain.....
  18. 1 point
    While I do agree it comes down to mostly what’s in your record, I worry about that crunch time rack and stack where your LTB is one of the few things all the 9s can see and it could be a few small details that get you
  19. 1 point
    I know some have already received news, congrats to those who were selected! To those who weren't, keep you Pride high, and you head held Higher! Navy Chief, Navy Pride!
  20. 1 point
    Good luck to you all, I hope you get the call or the drive by today.
  21. 1 point
    The clock is ticking, so will your time as an outcast even numbered Chief! LOL Good luck to you, my B&S!
  22. 1 point
    Man! this makes me mad!! I'm glad he won! A disabled veteran was arrested at Sequoia National Park. He sued the US government and won.
  23. 1 point
    Agreed Tony! Not all disabilities are visible, to jump to conclusions is unnecessary and could have clearly been resolved by having a civil conversation.
  24. 1 point
    Ohhhh, Subic Bay! I love the Philippines, but Mukati in Manila is phenomenal compare to Subic.
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  26. 1 point
    It doesn’t really matter I think. That goes to a clerk or someone not involved in the board who prints it out or in some way attaches it to your package. I have done: “Letter to the board Active E7 FY20(#360) ICO EMN1 Sailor” somewhat official and helping them know what it is for without having to open a decipher the attachments.
  27. 1 point
    Here you go. Sample letter to the board from NPC
  28. 1 point
    Where can you find what goes in the subject line on your LTB?
  29. 1 point
    So I have two things I'm curious about. 1. Historically, hometown recruiters have not been eligible to make Chief and stay hometown. As a result, they are typically given promotable evals. The Hometown Medical Recruiter (HMR) program came out a few years ago and supposedly they are allowed to make Chief. I have a string of promotable evals from when I was a regular hometown recruiter with my most recent eval being #1 EP SOY. Does anyone think the board will understand the reason for my evals being consistently below RSCA? 2. I had NJP in January 2013 for an offense committed in October 2012. There is an administrative remark in my OMPF, but the nature of the offense is never described anywhere in my record outside of it being labeled as an Article 92. I've heard the five year thing doesn't really apply, so I'm concerned they will see the NJP and want to know what the offense actually was. Anyone have any thoughts? PS - my LTB is already submitted, so your advice is more food for thought than anything.
  30. 1 point
    Spring 2019 Petty Officer Advancement Quotas Released
  31. 1 point
    I bribe you’ll be thrown right into season, 2017 when i reported to my current command there was a guy who did that
  32. 1 point
    I've been so busy with my upcoming PCS that I haven't been on this site in ages. Lots of good info I have read so far. Does anyone have any guidance if you pick up while newly reported to a Command? I will report just about the time results come out. Yay for stress!
  33. 1 point
    FTS and SELRES quotas
  34. 1 point
    So I submitted a package again this year. Summary sheet included. Coming off an above RSCA MP A big difference from my 3.0 reporting P eval I finished my USMAPS Lean six sigma white belt PPME, SJPME Chief of the watch/CDO qualified held two command collaterals in last five years being ESO/ current command and CFL- last command my weakest points are volunteer and FCPO involvement. I have both but didn’t put it into my eval and didn’t notice till later. I meet everything on my career path for E6-E7 with the exception of one PQS you have to get on the boat, but came out after I went to shore duty. Hoping this year could be it. Third time up and tired of hearing it’s my time for the last few years just to end with disappointment.
  35. 1 point
    Submitted the package Friday. Now to just wait and see
  36. 1 point
    Wow, I too am interested it that turnaround.
  37. 1 point
    Number one factor for selection...….sustained superior performance...….how far above the Reporting Senior Cumulative Average (RSCA) was your Individual Trait Average (ITA) on your eval. You can see how well you stack up by going to BOL and clicking the ODC, OSR, PSR, ESR link. After you open that click on the evaluation summary (1996-Present). At the top left of your screen you will see a box that says generate PDF. Once you open the document it's going to create your performance summary report. Look at your last 5 years worth of evals. You want your Individual Summary (IND SUM) as far above the Reporting Senior Cumulative (R/S CUM) as possible. Remember the more people that you were ranked against in your group the better. This has always helped me know where I stand as far as being competitive. Now if you have a recent NJP or PFA failure those are detractors. But if your record is clean, consistently above RSCA, documented results in a leadership position, you will be competitive. One more thing...….pay close attention to your enlisted career path. V/r, ITCM
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