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SELECTION OF APPLICANTS FOR THE FY-19 SEAMAN TO ADMIRAL-21 COMMISSIONING PROGRAM

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SUBJ/SELECTION OF APPLICANTS FOR THE FY-19 SEAMAN TO ADMIRAL-21 COMMISSIONING 
PROGRAM//

REF/A/DOC/OPNAV/14DEC09//
REF/B/DOC/BUMED/12AUG05//
NARR/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1420.1B, ENLISTED TO OFFICER COMMISSIONING PROGRAMS 
APPLICATION ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL.  REF B IS THE MANMED, NAVMED P-117, 
CHAPTER 15, PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR ENLISTMENT, COMMISSION, 
AND SPECIAL DUTY//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces selections for the FY-19 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 leaders of 
our Navy well into the 21st Century.  There were 323 highly competitive 
selection packages received from well- qualified Sailors making this years 
selection a difficult task.

All who applied should be very proud of their accomplishments and continue 
their outstanding performance to ensure professional growth and increase 
their chance of selection in a future board.

2.  Congratulations to the following Sailors who were selected.
Selectees are (read name, rate, and option assigned):
ADAMS, DANIEL R               ETN3         NUCLEAR
ALEXANDER, ERIC W             FN           NUCLEAR
ALLIN, AVERY B                MMN3         NUCLEAR
BARRERA, JESSICA A            EMN3         NUCLEAR
BEACH, MADASYN E              MMN3         NUCLEAR
BREIMHORST, GENEVIEVE         STG2         CORE
BROOKS, NOAH P                EMN3         NUCLEAR
CANDEE, BENJAMIN P            MMN3         NUCLEAR
CARL, SHELBY M                ETN3         NUCLEAR
CAVANAH, KIRSTEN M            YN2          CORE
CHILDERS, THOMAS G            EMN3         NUCLEAR
CLARK, STEVIE D               STG2         IP
CLARKE, NATALIE A             AM1          CORE
COLLINS, ETHAN E              MN1          NFO
EMGE, ANDREW L                MMN1         NUCLEAR
ESPIRITU, DAVIDJOHN A         MMN3         NUCLEAR
GARELLI, PETER L              ETN3         NUCLEAR
GINDLESPERGER, MICHAEL A      ETN3         NUCLEAR
GOMEZ, LYLE A                 AWF1         PILOT
HAMMETT, RYAN J               ND2          EOD
HELMICK, TYLER J              AM2          PILOT
HERRERA, SARAH L              EMN2         NUCLEAR
HOLDREDGE, DALTON D           ETN2         NUCLEAR
KINTER, SAMANTHA J            MMN2         NUCLEAR
KLEEHAMMER, ELIJAH D          EMN2         NUCLEAR
KRATZ, KODY B                 MR2          SWO
LOYD, JENNIFER Y              AE2          NURSE
MCFATHERGANTZERT, TAYLOR J    AWR2         PILOT
MIMS, AUSTIN B                MMN2         NUCLEAR
MONTANO, EMILIO C             ETN1         NUCLEAR
MOORE, JOSHUA E               EMN2         NUCLEAR
NOCERA, DAHMAHNIC A           EMN2         NUCLEAR
OKELLY, DEVIN S               MMN2         NUCLEAR
PAPPAS, RYAN H                MMN3         NUCLEAR
RICHARD, CAMERON G            ETN1         NUCLEAR
RIOSMACHADO, STEVEN M         EMN3         NUCLEAR
ROBERTS, CAMDEN R             SN           NUCLEAR
RUSSELL, PATRICK W            EA1          CEC
SANDERS, MEAGAN P             ETN3         NUCLEAR
SMITH, KYLE D                 ETN1         NUCLEAR
SMITH, PAYTON C               ETN3         NUCLEAR
SOHN, TAK                     MM1          SWO
SPOELSTRA, DEVIN J            ETN2         NUCLEAR
SPRATT, RYAN A                FC1          SWO
THOMAS, DEVIN                 EMN3         NUCLEAR
TRAMMELL, BRANDON S           ETN3         NUCLEAR
TRINH, ERIC T                 EMN3         NUCLEAR
WHITE, TALAYA S               EMN2         NUCLEAR
WORCESTER, BROGDEN C          ETN2         NUCLEAR
YOUNG, ANTHONY J              SO1          SPECWAR

3.  The following personnel were designated as alternates (read name, rate, 
and option assigned):
ALLEN, JOHN S                 CTR1         IP
ATKINS, TIMOTHY J             MMN3         NUCLEAR
AYALA, JAIRO                  EOD1         EOD
BERNZOTT, ROBERT D            MMN1         NUCLEAR
BRAUND, JOSEPH D              SN           NUCLEAR
CHUNG, JEFFREY W              FCA2         SWO
COOPER, JONATHAN R            AWV1         CEC
DEAN, TRAVIS W                ETN3         NUCLEAR
DINGEL, JARED L               AD2          CORE
FEIERFEIL, BRYAN R            MMN3         NUCLEAR
FLAVIN, DANIEL J              MMN3         NUCLEAR
FRANC, ABIGAIL M              AT2          NFO
HARNESS, TANNER S             ETN1         NUCLEAR
JOSLINDENNY, LAUREN A         ET2          NURSE
KLOS-DUNN, CHRISTIAN A        AC2          CORE
MAHER, WILLIAM A              ETN2         NUCLEAR
MCBEE, RYAN T                 IS2          CORE
MITCHELL, JOHN T              AT3          CORE
PATTERSON, BROEDY S           FN           NUCLEAR
RUNYAN, MALLORY E             GM1          CORE
SCHWARZ, SEAN C               ETN3         NUCLEAR
SEXTON, BRANDON T             AE1          CORE
THOMPSON, AUSTIN J            EMN3         NUCLEAR
VARGASJIMENEZ, MARIO S        LS2          PILOT
YIN, RYAN                     EMN3         NUCLEAR

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 an appointment as an 
ensign.

5.  Commanding officers 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 2018 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(at)navy.mil.

6.  Selectees and alternates 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 
(DD2807-1) and Report of Medical Examination (DD2808), including Human 
Immunodeficiency Virus results from a test taken after 1 January 2018 are 
submitted no later than 1 December 2018 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 http://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 18 February 2019.
    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 2019.  All
STA-21 selectees will be required to attend the NSI enroute to their assigned 
university.

7.  Each alternate must complete the 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 when notified.

8.  The deadline for required degree plans and college admission 
documentation is 30 December 2018.  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 en route to their 
assigned NROTC university until all conditions outlined in paragraph 6 have 
been met.

9.  Point of contacts are Mrs. Anna Duvall at (850) 452-9433/DSN 459 or via 
e-mail at anna.duvall(at)navy.mil or Mr. Eric Hodge at (850) 452-9563/DSN 459 
or via e-mail at eric.hodge(at)navy.mil.

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

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