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RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces selections for the FY-18 Seaman to Admiral-
21 (STA-21) Program.  STA-21 is the premier commissioning source providing 
the highest levels of education and leadership training for our Sailors.  
These highly motivated men and women will be among the future leaders of our 
Navy.  Highly competitive packages were received from 349 well-qualified 
Sailors making selection a difficult task this year.  All who applied should 
be very proud of their accomplishments and continue their outstanding 
performance to ensure professional growth and to increase their chance of 
selection in a future board.  Congratulations to all who were selected.

2.  Selectees are (read name, rate, and option assigned):

ADAMS, JEFFREY J              EMN1                   NUCLEAR
BAEZ, ANDREW                  ETN1                   NUCLEAR
BISCHOFF, COLE A              MMN3                   NUCLEAR
BLEUENSTEIN, MELIA G          EMN3                   NUCLEAR
BOWLING, CHRISTOPHER E        ETN3                   NUCLEAR
BROOKS, BEAU D                EMN1                   NUCLEAR
BYNUM, JAMEE L                ETN3                   NUCLEAR
CARPENTER, STEVEN A           MMN2                   NUCLEAR
CARUSO, PAUL J                EMN2                   NUCLEAR
CLARK, SARAH R                AM2                    PILOT
CLARKSTON, BRENDON F          YN2                    CORE
COOKE, ROBERT S               SO1                    SPECWAR
DASHIELL, JALEA A             EMN3                   NUCLEAR
DAUGHTREY, MICHELLE L         AMW2                   CORE
DUFFY, BRIAN R                SO1                    SPECWAR
FLOYD, JASON T                EMN2                   NUCLEAR
HUEY, KIRSTINE E              AT1                    NURSE
HYDRUSKO, MATTHEW T           MMN2                   NUCLEAR
IRVIN, DALTON L               MMN2                   NUCLEAR
JOHNSON, TYRONE A             EMN3                   NUCLEAR
KELLY, CHRISTOPHER S          BU1                    CEC
KINNEY, BRYCE E               MMN2                   NUCLEAR
KLINE, JEFFREY S              AN                     IP
KLITZKE, DAKOTA J             EMN2                   NUCLEAR
KOOMSON, PRINCE K             PS2                    PILOT
KURKOWSKI, HALEY F            GM1                    SWO
LATCHAW, GARRETT R            EMN3                   NUCLEAR
LATOUFTRUJILLO, SARA K        EMN2                   NUCLEAR
LATTIMORE, KATHRYN E          EMN3                   NUCLEAR
LAYTON, TIMOTHY R             HM1                    CORE
MADRID, SEBASTIAN J           MMN3                   NUCLEAR
MCNEIL, JAMES D               ETN3                   NUCLEAR
MOSER, MATTHEW D              MMN2                   NUCLEAR
NIX, ANTHONY T                EMN3                   NUCLEAR
NUTAKOR, ELIKEM Y             MMN3                   NUCLEAR
PELLETIER, ROBERT M           MMN2                   NUCLEAR
RACHOCKI, ALEXANDRE S         ETN2                   NUCLEAR
RAY, ERIN A                   MMN3                   NUCLEAR
RODRIGUEZ, BRANDON L          MMN3                   NUCLEAR
SANCHEZ, TRISTIN T            MMN2                   NUCLEAR
SCHMIDT, JOHN J               EMN1                   NUCLEAR
STEWART, SAMUEL A             MM2                    SWO
STILLEY, MEGAN K              ET1                    SWO
STREIFF, THOMAS A             MMN2                   NUCLEAR
TURNER, RAYMOND S             AT1                    NFO
VAZQUEZ, CAROLINA             EMN3                   NUCLEAR
WALLACE, CARA D               EMN2                   NUCLEAR
WELLONS, PHILLIP W            MMN1                   NUCLEAR
WENDLING, NIKOLAUS A          EOD2                   EOD
WINTERS, MATTHEW A            EMN1                   NUCLEAR

3.  The following personnel were designated as alternates (read name, rate, 
and option assigned):

AFANASYEV, DMITRY D           LS1                    SWO
ANNABLE, ERNEST W             MMN1                   NUCLEAR
BOND, JORDAN K                ETN3                   NUCLEAR
BREWSTER, MATTHEW S           MMN2                   NUCLEAR
BRYAN, SAMUEL E               MMN1                   NUCLEAR
CASTLE, JOSEPH D              EMN2                   NUCLEAR
CAVANAH, KIRSTEN M            YN3                    PILOT
CLARK, STEVIE D               STG2                   IP
COLLINS, DOMINIC R            EMN2                   NUCLEAR
CONWAY, JOSEPH W              MMN2                   NUCLEAR
CRAMER, JAMES M               ET1                    NURSE
ESPIRITU, DAVIDJOHN A         MMN3                   NUCLEAR
GRAUBERGER, ELISE O           ET2                    CORE
GUETERSLOH, DANIEL L          ETN3                   NUCLEAR
JONES, ZACHARY H              EOD1                   EOD
MILLER, JACOB W               MMN2                   NUCLEAR
MONTANO, EMILIO C             ETN2                   NUCLEAR
PROMISE, KHIARO M             BU1                    CEC
RAHMANI, ASAIAH J             ET2                    CORE
SCHAFER, DARRELL C            MMN2                   NUCLEAR
SPRATT, RYAN A                FC1                    CORE
STEVENS, CALEB C              MMN3                   NUCLEAR
SWEAT, STEVEN R               MMN2                   NUCLEAR
TRUAX, HEATHER L              EMN2                   NUCLEAR
VYTLAS, ABIGAIL M             AT2                    NFO

4.  Selections are conditional upon the selectee remaining fully eligible in 
all respects, meeting physical qualifications for commissioning as determined 
by the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) and assignment by Naval Service 
Training Command (NSTC) to an approved Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps 
(NROTC) affiliated university based upon an official degree plan and 
acceptance letter from the university.  Upon completion of an NSTC approved 
baccalaureate degree program, selectees will receive appointments as ensigns.

5.  Commanding officers should take the following actions:
    a.  Notify selectees and alternates of their selection and ensure they 
receive a copy of this message.
    b.  Notify NSTC (Officer Development (Selection and Placement) (OD2)/STA-
21) via e-mail no later than 4 November 2017 of any selectee or alternate who 
does not desire to participate in the program.
    c.  Immediately report to NSTC (OD2/STA-21) all conditions/circumstances 
that may disqualify a selectee or alternate from participating in the STA-21 
Program via e-mail at pnsc_sta21@navy.mil.

6.  Selectees and alternates should take the following actions:
    a.  Complete a physical examination for a training program leading to a 
commission in the unrestricted line, nurse corps, or civil engineering corps, 
as applicable, in line with references (a) and (b) at a military treatment 
facility.  Note that many commissioning standards exceed the enlisted 
standards required to remain on active duty.
    b.  Ensure copies of completed physicals, Report of Medical History (DD 
Form 2807-1), and Report of Medical Examination (DD Form 2808), including 
Human Immunodeficiency Virus results from a test taken after 1 January 2017, 
are submitted no later than 1 December 2017 to:

    Naval Service Training Command
    Attn:  OD2/STA-21
    250 Dallas Street, Suite A
    Pensacola, Florida 32508-5268

Aviation option selectees/alternates must have flight physicals uploaded 
directly into Aeromedical Electronic Resource Office by a flight surgeon, and 
submitted to Naval Aerospace Medical Institute. The selectees/alternates must 
be certified as qualified or have a waiver recommended by Naval Medicine 
Operation Training Center.  All required physical forms can be downloaded 
from the STA-21 homepage at https://www.sta-21.navy.mil.  Commands should not 
forward physical forms directly to BUMED.
    c.  Send acceptance letters from no more than three NROTC host or NROTC 
cross-town affiliated universities to the NSTC address listed above.  
Application to more than one university is advisable. Selectees will begin 
the STA-21 Program with attendance at the Naval Science Institute (NSI) no 
later than 13 February 2018.
    d.  Send an official degree plan from an NROTC host or NROTC cross-town 
affiliated university where they have been accepted. Degree plans must cover 
the time actually attending college. Selectees degree plans should begin with 
the summer term 2018.  All STA-21 selectees will be required to attend the 
NSI in route to their assigned university.

7.  Alternates:  Each alternate must complete the same actions outlined in 
paragraph 6 of this message.  If a primary selectee declines participation in 
the program, is determined to be physically disqualified, or otherwise 
becomes ineligible for continuation in the program prior to executing orders, 
a qualified alternate will be selected.  This notification often comes at the 
last minute.  Therefore, alternates need to be prepared if and when notified.

8.  The deadline for required degree plans and college admission 
documentation is 30 December 2017.  It is in the best interest of each 
selectee and alternate to submit verification of eligibility criteria as soon 
as possible to expedite university assignment and release of permanent change 
of station orders.  Selectees will not be ordered to NSI in route to their 
assigned NROTC university until all conditions outlined in paragraph 6 have 
been met.

9.  Points of contact:  Anna Duvall, NSTC, who can be reached at (850) 452-
9433/DSN 922 or via e-mail at anna.duvall@navy.mil or Eric Hodge, NSTC, who 
can be reached at (850) 473-6141/DSN 922 or via e-mail at 

10.  Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//

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