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SELECTEES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020 ADVANCED MILITARY VISUAL JOURNALISM TRAINING PROGRAM


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R 291342Z MAR 19

FM CHINFO WASHINGTON DC

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SUBJ/SELECTEES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020 ADVANCED MILITARY
VISUAL JOURNALISM TRAINING PROGRAM//

MSGID/GENADMIN/CHINFO/MAR//

REF/A/MSG/CNO/R 112031Z FEB 19//

AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 036/19 REQUESTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE
ADVANCED MILITARY VISUAL JOURNALISM TRAINING PROGRAM//
POC/Mr. Jeff Elliott/CHINFO OI-81/LOC:  WASHINGTON DC
/TEL:  COMM: 703-692-4754/EMAIL:  jeff.elliott(at)navy.mil//

RMKS/1.  Per reference (a), the following Sailors have been
selected to attend photojournalism training (course no. S-400-2013):
    a.  MC3(SW) Reymundo Villegas, Navy Public Affairs Support
Element West
    b.  MC3 James Wilson, Navy Public Affairs Support
Element East
    c.  MC2(SW) Michael Doan, Naval Air Facility Atsugi
    d.  MC2(SW) Kyle Hafer, Commander, Navy Recruiting Command
    e.  MC2(SW/AW) Michael Lieberknecht, Navy Medicine Operational
Training Center
    f.  MC2(SW) Sarah Myers, Navy Public Affairs Support
Element Japan

2.  The following Sailors were selected to attend Motion Media
Training (course no. S-400-2014):
    a.  MC2(SW) Jonathon Clay, Navy Public Affairs Support
Element East
    b.  MC2(SW) Somers Steelman, Navy Public Affairs Support
Element Detachment Hawaii

3.  Course dates:  The estimated report date for both courses is 22
July 2019.  Program graduation is projected to be 7 May 2020.
Additional information will be provided directly from the point of
contact.

4.  Congratulations to all selectees.  Sailors who applied but were
not selected for this highly competitive program will receive
a written response to their application with guidance for future
consideration.

5.  Released by CAPT G. L. Hicks, Chief of Information.//

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