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SUBJ/CALL FOR FY-20 COMMAND MASTER CHIEF AND COMMAND SENIOR CHIEF LATERAL 
SELECTION BOARD APPLICATIONS//

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REF/A/DOC/OPNAV/22JUN16//
AMPN/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1306.2H, COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER PROGRAM.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN solicits applications for the FY-20 Command Master 
Chief (CMDCM) and Command Senior Chief (CMDCS) Lateral Selection Board.  The 
duties and responsibilities of the CMDCM and CMDCS are contained in reference 
(a).  The FY-20 CMDCM/CMDCS Lateral Selection Board is scheduled to be held 
28 January - 1 February 2019.  The deadline to apply is 16 November 2018.  
Packages emailed or postmarked on or after 17 November 2018 will not be 
considered.

2.  Reference (a) is currently under revision.  The following eligibility 
requirements apply for this years lateral selection board:
    a.  Eligible master chiefs for CMDCM will not have greater than
26 years of service (YOS) and no less than 17 YOS as of 31 December 2018.
    b.  Eligible senior chiefs for CMDCS will not have greater than
22 YOS and no less than 17 YOS as of 31 December 2018.
    c.  No YOS waivers will be granted.
    d.  Senior chiefs who are frocked as of 31 December 2018 are not eligible 
to apply for the program.  Frocked master chiefs are eligible to apply for 
CMDCM program.

3.  Packages are to be completed and submitted per reference (a).
Full social security number and name must be on all pages of the package.  
Forms are available for download from naval forms online
at: http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/reference/forms/NAVPERS/Pages/default.aspx.  In addition to requirements 
contained in reference (a), packages will include:
    a.  Cover letter to include members full name, full social security 
number, work phone number, personal phone number, work email address, and 
personal email address.
    b.  Letter of endorsement signed by the members current commanding 
officer (CO), which cannot be delegated.
    c.  Letter of recommendation signed by the members CMDCM.
    d.  Letter of recommendation signed by the members FORCM.  All full-time 
support (FTS) and selected reserve (SELRES) candidates will route 
applications via the Reserve Forces FORCM.
    e.  Command Master Chief Selection Nomination (NAVPERS 1306/95).
This form will be used to document the completion of the CMDCM/Chief of the 
Boat/CMDCS charge book (OPNAV 1306/1), and to document the endorsement and 
recommendations of the local screening board.  The board will consist of the 
following:
        (1) Immediate Superior-in-Command (ISIC) CMDCM as chair (8CMC)
        (2) Post-tour CMDCM (8CMC)
        (3) Serving CMDCM (8CMC, 8COB, 8CSC)
    f.  Enlisted Personnel Action Request NAVPERS 1306/7, signed by the 
commanding officer (cannot be delegated) requesting assignment into the CSEL 
program.  In the Reason for Submission/Requested Action block, the following 
statement shall be included (verbatim):
Respectfully request assignment to the Command Senior Enlisted Leader (CSEL) 
Program.  I understand that if selected, I will be made eligible for transfer 
into a CSEL position as early as 1 October 2019.
    g.  Legible copies of the last five years chief evaluations.
    h.  Copy of graduation certificate from Senior Enlisted Academy or 
equivalent course if member has attended.
    i.  Physical health assessment data contained in PRIMS, from the PFA 
Listing All Cycles selection under the Reports tab, documenting Physical 
Readiness Test (PRT) and Body Composition Assessment (BCA), to include up to 
Cycle 2-2018.
    j.  Official 5x7 photographs in Service Khaki Uniform, taken no more than 
90 days from package submission (one full front picture and one side view 
picture, with date of photo on lower right corner).

4.  All active-duty CMDCM/CMDCS packages will be collected by the candidates 
respective FORCM or ISIC CMDCM and emailed to shawn.isbell(at)navy.mil and 
katherine.zamora(at)navy.mil (active) via encrypted NMCI email.

5.  All FTS/SELRES CMDCM/CMDCS packages will be submitted to 
jeffrey.sliker(at)navy.mil via encrypted NMCI email or using AMRDEC SAFE.

6.  All active-duty and FTS/SELRES packages may also be mailed to the 
following address:

    Navy Personnel Command
    ATTN PERS 40FF CSEL Detailer
    5720 Integrity Drive
    Millington TN 38055-4000

7.  Points of contact:
    a.  CMDCM(SW/IW/AW) Toby Ruiz, CSEL Management Office Director, at (703) 
604-5434/DSN 664 or via email at toby.ruiz(at)navy.mil.
    b.  CMDCM(SW/AW/IW) Shawn Isbell, PERS-40FF, at (901) 874- 4560/DSN 882 
or via e-mail at shawn.isbell(at)navy.mil (active).
    c.  CMDCM Jeffery Sliker, PERS-4012C, at (901) 874-3257/DSN 882 or via e-
mail at jeffrey.sliker(at)navy.mil (FTS).
    d.  YNC Derrick Farrell at (757) 322-2432 or via e-mail at 
derrick.farrell(at)navy.mil (SELRES).

8.  This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, 
whichever occurs first.

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

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