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RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the solicitation of enlisted selection board 
participants for the FY-21 Navy Active-Duty and Reserve Master Chief, Senior 
Chief and Chief Petty Officer Selection Boards.  The experience gained from 
exposure to the selection board process is beneficial to all senior enlisted 
leaders.  Every master chief petty officer, not otherwise restricted from 
participating in an enlisted selection board, is strongly encouraged to serve 
as a member on an FY-21 enlisted selection board.  In order to ensure our 
board membership requirements are met, immediate superior in command
(ISIC) and/or type commander leadership is encouraged to seek out the best 
board member candidates within your purview and direct them to submit 
applications for the FY-21 enlisted selection boards.

2.  FY-21 enlisted board schedule (recorders report one week early for 
Reserve/FTS E9/E8 (combined) - 2 through 13 March 2020 Active-Duty E9 - 30 
March through 10 April 2020 Active-Duty E8 - 20 April through 8 May 2020 
Reserve/FTS E7 - 18 May through 5 June 2020 Active-Duty E7 - 22 June through 
17 July 2020

3.  Due dates for member and recorder applications to be received by
Reserve/FTS E9/E8 (combined) - 9 December 2019 Active-Duty E9 - 16 December 
2019 Active-Duty E8 - 13 January 2020 Reserve/FTS E7 - 10 February 2020 
Active-Duty E7 - 16 March 2020

4.  Prior to submitting an application, review reference (a) using the 
appropriate link below:
Active: https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/advancement-and-
Reserve: https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/advancement-and-

5.  In addition to membership criteria contained in reference (a) and on the 
application form (NAVPERS 1400/2), the following also applies to selection 
board nominees:
    a.  Must not have a relative or personal relationship defined in 
reference (a) serving on the same board in any capacity.
    b.  All Navy relatives (active-duty or reserve) must be listed on the 
application form along with their rank/rate, even if not board eligible.
    c.  Must not have been a member of the same board in the previous year.
    d.  Must not be the subject of an investigation of any kind.
    e.  If under care for any severe medical issues, shall consult with a 
treating physician regarding the possibility of travel in the time frame 
indicated.  This is not a requirement for endorsement of the request by a 
medical provider.

6.  Additional information pertaining to selection board membership:
    a.  Frocked master chiefs may participate as selection board members and 
are encouraged to apply.
    b.  In select circumstances, Navy Personnel Command (NPC) may provide 
permanent change of station (PCS) order modifications if an applicant with 
PCS orders is selected to serve on an enlisted selection board.  Selected 
board members should contact LCDR Joseph A. Gueary at (901)874-4162/DSN 882 
or via e-mail at pers- 805.fct(at)navy.mil, if this applies.  Do not contact 
your detailer directly as they may be eligible before the board.
    c.  Sailors desiring to sit on a selection board who are attached to 
deployed units will not normally be approved.  In rare circumstances and 
driven by needs of the board, concurrence on the application from a fleet 
master chief (FLTCM) is required.
Applicants who PCS to a deployable unit after having submitted an application 
should notify PERS-805.  If the unit is due to deploy during or close to the 
board date, applicants should request that their application be pulled.
    d.  Active and reserve component master chiefs are encouraged to apply 
for any of the above boards.  There are no restrictions preventing a Sailor 
of one component from serving on a board of the other.
    e.  Senior chief petty officers and chief petty officers (to include 
frocked) may serve as recorders on any of the above boards for which they are 
not eligible.
    f.  Senior chief petty officers may apply to be a board member on only E7 
    g.  Petty officers (E6 and below) may not serve on the boards in any 
    h.  Recorders must be stationed inside the continental United States, no 

7.  The application form (NAVPERS 1400/2) can be downloaded from MyNavy 
Portal by using the appropriate link below:
Active: https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/advancement-and-
Reserve: https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/advancement-and-

8.  The signed application must be endorsed by the members commanding officer 
(CO) and forwarded directly to their cognizant force master 
chief(FORCM)/FLTCM.  The FORCM/FLTCM will forward endorsed applications to 
PERS-805 via e-mail at pers- 805.fct(at)navy.mil or will return the endorsed 
applications to the member for submission.  In circumstances where the 
applicant is assigned to a joint command or otherwise does not have a 
FORCM/FLTCM, the application should be sent to PERS-805 by the commands 
senior enlisted leader (SEL), provided the SEL is not eligible for 
advancement on the board for which the applicant is submitting.  If you are 
unsure of your circumstance, please contact PERS-805.

9.  Do not use request chits and do not forward applications through your 
commands administrative support personnel, including those of the command 
master chief (CMC), CO or those of your FORCM/FLTCM.
This will compromise board membership and invalidate your application.  
Applications go directly to the CMC.  Forms received from or routed through, 
individuals other than the applicant or the FORCM/FLTCM, except as specified 
in paragraph 7 above, will not be considered.

10.  Board membership will be held in the strictest confidence.
Once an application is submitted, a policy of non-disclosure has been ordered 
by Deputy Chief of Navy Personnel (DCNP).  Do not discuss applications or 
selection, if chosen to serve on a board, with anyone other than the CO, 
reporting senior, CMC, chief of the boat, cognizant FORCM/FLTCM or board 
support personnel at NPC.  It is appropriate for a CMC to be told by a member 
in the command of that members board service.  However, the CMC may not 
disclose their own service on a board to anyone other than the CO or next 
echelon ISIC.  Failure to adhere to this policy is a direct violation of the 
Uniform Code of Military Justice and will result in removal from the board 
and possible administrative or disciplinary action by DCNP.

11.  Careful consideration should be given to a nominees application and 
availability to serve as a selection board member.
CO concurrence is required.  Do not recommend personnel who are under an 
investigation of any kind or those with severe medical issues.  If the CO 
initiates or becomes aware of an investigation after the initial nomination 
is submitted, notify the points of contact below immediately.  COs, CMCs and 
applicants should understand that once selected, the member is under official 
orders to the board and requests for removal from board duties will not be 
granted except in extreme cases as specified in reference (a).

12.  Points of contact:
    a.  Mr. Donald Marshall at (901) 874-3223/DSN 882
    b.  LCDR Joseph Gueary at (901) 874-4162/DSN 882
    c.  pers-805.fct(at)navy.mil

13.  Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//


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