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Congrats to everyone who got the "S" and for those that didn't, keep pushing.  This forum has provided valuable information and has been a blessing to me throughout the LDO application process.

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Active Duty NAVADMIN has posted......   WAITING on the SELRES/Reserve NAVADMIN........................................

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Active Duty NAVADMIN has posted......   WAITING on the SELRES/Reserve NAVADMIN........................................

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Active Duty NAVADMIN has posted......   WAITING on the SELRES/Reserve NAVADMIN........................................

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Tony

oops, deleted one too many...

 

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FM CNO WASHINGTON DC

TO NAVADMIN

INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC

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NAVADMIN 045/16

MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/FEB//

SUBJ/FY-17 NAVY RESERVE LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LDO) AND CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 
(CWO) IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT SELECTION BOARD RESULTS//

REF/A/DOC/MANMED/23JAN14//

AMPN/REF A IS NAVMED P-117, CHAPTER 15, MANUAL OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.//

RMKS/1.  Congratulations to selectees of the FY-17 Navy Reserve Limited Duty 
Officer (LDO) and Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) In-service Procurement 
Selection Board.

2.  For LDO and CWO selectees, read name, commissioning month/year.  All 
appointments are effective on the first day of the commissioning month.
			Limited Duty Officer - Ensign
Engineering/Repair Submarine - 6235
Case Ryan Heath             1016
Electronics Submarine - 6285
Lewis Herbert Isaac III     1016   Noto Brendon Egil            1016
Communications Submarine - 6295
Furgerson Noah Edwin        1016
Aviation Maintenance - 6335
Butler Lee Wesleydechee     1016   Cureton Ponce Deleon         1016
Administration - 6415
Clark Annessa Dena          1016   Farris Christy Renae         1016
Lott Kevin Donald           1016   Mitchell Cecilia Elvia       1016
Terry Jennifer Denise       1016
Security - 6495
Avent Terry Joseph          1016   Beuter Mark Richard          1016
Bowengilbert Gina Marie     1016   Crain Aaron Ryn              1016
Dana Jerry Ryan             1016   Gagnier Richard Keith        1016
Huppert Daniel Patrick      1016   Kane Mikel John              1016
Martin Scott Allen          1016   Mccauley Christopher Jason   1016
Milliet Steven Joseph       1016   Novak Francis John           1016
Pla Lazaro                  1016   Ridgeway Henry Ephriam III   1016
Rossiter Aaron Matthew      1016   Stepp Robert John            1016
Thueson Thomas Gregory      1016   Tyson Tanya Merriman         1016
Victorino Craig Michael     1016
Civil Engineer Corps - 6535
Cargill John Benjamin       1016
Information Systems - 6825
Chartrand Rodger Henry Jr   1016
Intelligence - 6835
Carlton Sean Brent          1016   Garcia Gabriel Valenzuela   	1016
Hewlett Richard Todd        1016   Hightower Jason Robert      	1016
Martinez Fernanda Kim       1016   Thompson Patrick               1016
Vredenburgh John            1016   Winegar Quentin Timothy    	1016
                            Chief Warrant Officer (CWO2) Engineering 
Technician Surface  7138
Baudoin Kendall Paul        1116   Elola Dennis Allen           1116
Potwin Daniel Lee           1116   Ramirez Jose Adolfo          1116
Romeropacheco Juan Luis     1116
Special Warfare Technician - 7158
Lugo Eddie Michael          1116
Ordnance Technician Surface - 7168
Crawford Nathan Robert      1116
Information Warfare Technician - 7818
Buechel Nichole Danielle    1116   Campbell Michael Sean        1116
Dapping Justin Troy         1116   Hicks Cameron James          1116
Information Systems Technician - 7828
Garcia Richard Raymond      1116
Intelligence Technician - 7838
Murphy William Jesse        1116

3.  Commanding Officers are directed to:
    a.  Notify selectee.
    b.  Notify COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-92) via official correspondence not later 
than 10 days following release of this message of selectees who do not accept 
appointment.  Selectees who decline their commission within this 10 day 
period will be considered by the FY-17 Reserve Enlisted Selection Boards.  
After the 10 day period PERS-802 will invalidate all
FY-17 Navy Reserve LDO and CWO In-service Procurement Selection Board 
selectees' eligibility for the FY-17 Reserve Enlisted Selection Boards.
    c.  Per reference (a) notify PERS-92 not later than 10 days following 
release of this message of any selectee who is currently mobilized or will be 
mobilized prior to their scheduled commissioning date.
    d.  Per reference (a) ensure LDO and CWO selectees obtain a commissioning 
physical within the 90 days preceding the appointment month.
Administer official Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) within six months of 
commissioning date and an additional Body Composition Assessment (BCA) within 
30 days prior to commissioning.  Submit commissioning physical, official PFA 
data, and BCA to PERS-92.
    e.  Hold appointment in abeyance if it is determined a selectee is no 
longer mentally, physically, morally, or professionally qualified, or if they 
fail to meet current physical fitness assessment requirements.
Immediately forward documentation citing reason to PERS-92.
    f.  Contact Officer Training Command, Newport, RI to obtain Direct 
Commission Officer Indoctrination Course (DCOIC) quota.  Commanding Officers 
will ensure selectees attend DCOIC within 12 months of their commissioning 
date.  Selectees reporting to officer indoctrination school will be required 
to pass a BCA and a third class swim qualification upon check in.  Failure of 
BCA upon check in will result in immediate disenrollment and possible loss of 
orders.  Swim failure will remediate.

4.  Appointments will be permanent.

5.  This message is not authority to issue appointments.  Frocking is 
prohibited.  PERS-92 will deliver appointments under separate correspondence 
approximately 30 days prior to the commissioning date.

6.  Appointees must forward a new Ready Reserve Agreement, NAVPERS 1200/1 
(Rev 06/12) and a copy of their oath of office to PERS-92 upon commissioning.

7.  Reserve LDO/CWO training: all selectees must complete the DCOIC
(Q-9B-0024) within 12 months of their commissioning date.  Additional course 
information can be found at the following link:
http://www.ocs.navy.mil/dcoic.asp.  This link contains information concerning 
the course curriculum, base info, billeting info, uniform requirements and 
commissioning pay entitlement procedures.

8.  Selectees are encouraged to visit the following website to learn more 
about commissioning procedures, commissioning timelines, uniform allowance, 
and saved pay procedures:
http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/reservepersonnelmgt/offic
ers/pages/procurementboard.aspx.

9.  Within 90 days of commissioning, selectees are directed to apply for 
applicable officer billets via the junior officer apply (JOAPPLY) process.
More information can be found on the JOAPPLY website:
https://private.navyreserve.navy.mil/layouts/apply/default.aspx#joappl
y.

10.  PERS-92 point of contact for questions regarding commissioning 
procedures or submission of required correspondence is CDR John Hazlett at 
(901) 874-4512; DSN: 882-4512 or via email at john.hazlett@navy.mil or PSC 
Catherine Kuntz at (901) 874-3209, DSN: 882-3209 or via email at 
catherine.kuntz@navy.mil.

11.  Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//

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Tony

@ENC, nevermind the pm, got it reposted. I accidently deleted one too many while I was deleting the double posts! Thanks for your help. 

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Guest Suppa

Congrats to all that made it look forward to see you in the wardroom!! To those that didn't get the S log on fltmps and start comparing yourself with those who made it.  Duty stations, quals, training, education, and awards.  That should give you an idea of where your strengths and weakness lay. Only factor you don't know is the evals. Just my two cents!!!

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I agree with SUPPA. Make sure be ready with your Interview especially if the command really do the panel board or LDO/CWO Applicants ranking board. You need to convince them that you really want it and you did your research about the community already. Knowing the answer to a simple question like "what do they have in their collars" will make a difference in ranking which will be used by the CO in his endorsement. Good luck and invest a lot ... a lot of time in your package.

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