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CANCELLATION OF 2020 NAVY AND MARINE CORPS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LEADERSHIP CONTINUUM


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SUBJ/CANCELLATION OF 2020 NAVY AND MARINE CORPS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL 
LEADERSHIP CONTINUUM//

REF/A/NAVADMIN 255/19//

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AMPN/Ref A is NAVADMIN 255/19 announcing the 2020 Navy and Marine Corps Air 
Traffic Control Leadership Continuum.  Ref B is the Joint Travel 
Regulations.//POC/Jeff Dugard/CDR/OPNAV/LOC: N980A/TEL: (703) 695-8534, DSN 
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RMKS/1.  Cancel reference (a).  This NAVADMIN announces the cancellation of 
the Navy and Marine Corps Air Traffic Control (ATC) Leadership Continuum in 
San Diego, CA from 24-26 March 2020.

2.  The event was to be held at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside, 1355 North 
Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101.  Individuals should immediately cancel 
event reservations with the hotel to ensure no costs are incurred.  All 
travel scheduled in support of this event shall be canceled immediately 
through DTS or your DTS administrators.

3.  This is a coordinated OPNAV N98 and HQMC (APX) message.

4.  Released by VADM J. W. Kilby, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, 
Warfighting Requirements and Capabilities (N9)//

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