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FISCAL YEAR 2022 ACTIVE COMPONENT ENLISTED FORCE MANAGEMENT ACTIONS


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ROUTINE 
R 281524Z JUN 22 MID200001895078U 
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC 
TO NAVADMIN 
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC 
BT 
UNCLAS 
 
NAVADMIN 142/22 
 
PASS TO OFFICE CODES: 
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// 
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// 
MSGID/NAVADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/JUN// 
 
SUBJ/FISCAL YEAR 2022 ACTIVE COMPONENT ENLISTED FORCE MANAGEMENT ACTIONS// 
 
REF/A/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/23AUG06// 
REF/B/DOC/COMNAPERSCOM/06JUN20/ 
REF/C/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/06JUN20/ 
 
NARR/REF A IS MILPERSMAN 1300-500, REASSIGNMENT FOR HUMANITARIAN REASONS 
(HUMS).   
REF B IS 1910-108, SEPARATION BY REASON OF CONVENIENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT - 
EARLY RELEASE TO FURTHER EDUCATION. 
REF C IS MILPERSMAN 1910-102, SEPARATION BY REASON OF CHANGES IN SERVICE 
OBLIGATION (ACTIVE DUTY AND INACTIVE NAVY RESERVISTS). 
 
RMKS/1.  The purpose of this NAVADMIN is to announce implementation 
of key force management (FM) personnel policy actions in the 
enlisted active component (AC) to ensure Navy remains fully manned 
and operationally ready.  As the Navy shifts into an environment of 
sustainment, retention of every capable Sailor will be critical to 
the operational readiness of the Navy.  Due to the uncertainty 
regarding COVID-19 Pandemic vaccination losses and the recruiting 
environment, where competition for talent is especially tough, the 
Navy is opening the aperture for additional FM personnel policy 
levers to retain Sailors.  This requires retention of the right 
talent, at a time of uncertainty to ensure sustainment of the force. 
 
2.  Early Separation Cancellation.  Retention of every capable 
Sailor will be critical to the operational readiness of the Navy. 
Therefore all enlisted early out programs and time in grade 
requirement waivers are cancelled.  Service commitments such as 
enlistment contracts, service obligations for accepting permanent 
change of station orders, advancements, bonuses, training, etc., are 
expected to be fulfilled.  Service Members experiencing difficulty 
in fulfilling obligated service requirements are encouraged to work 
with their chain of command and respective detailers to examine 
available alternatives to complete their obligation, to include 
reassignments to other duties for humanitarian reasons, in line with 
reference (a).  Unless otherwise directed, this policy expires 30 
September 2023. 
    a.  Commanding Officers retain 90-day early out authority for 
policy outlined in references (b) and (c). 
    b.  Service Members previously granted approval, or who have an 
existing request pending at Commander, Navy Personnel Command 
(COMNAVPERSCOM) as of the release of this NAVADMIN, will not be 
affected by this policy change. 
    c.  Sailors pursuing commissions in the Navy and other branches 
of Service can still submit such requests, each request will be 
handled on a case by case basis. 
    d.  United States Space Force applicants are not affected by 
this policy change. 
 
3.  Voluntary Extension Opportunity.  The Navy is accepting 
applications from enlisted personnel, except COVID-19 vaccination 
refusers, who desire to delay their separation or retirement. 
Service Members with an approved separation or retirement date 
before 30 September 2022 are eligible to submit a request to their 
detailer to have their separation or retirement date delayed between 
6 and 12 months.  All Service Members interested in extending, 
are invited to apply, but priority for approval will be given to 
those Service Members filling sea duty and critical billets. 
Requests must be received by 30 June 2022.  Command endorsed 
requests to delay a separation or retirement date should be 
initiated through the appropriate PERS-40 detailer.  Approved 
extension request, will not go beyond 30 September 2023. 
    a.  Service Members who are separating or retiring due to High 
Year Tenure (HYT) may apply for a waiver of their current HYT gate. 
HYT waivers will be considered for up to an additional 12 months for 
enlisted Sailors filling critical operational billets both at sea 
and shore.  Requests will be approved on a case-by-case basis. 
Sailors will submit a command endorsed form 1306/7 Enlisted 
Personnel Action Request (ePAR) to My Navy Career Center (MNCC) via 
MyNavy Portal or by emailing the ePAR request directly to 
askmncc(at)navy.mil. 
    b.  Service Members with an approved separation or retirement 
date that are in a sea duty billet, will remain on sea duty if their 
request for voluntary extension is approved. 
        (1) Sailors with an approved separation or retirement date 
who are in billets that are eligible for Sea Duty Incentive Pay 
(SDIP) and who are approved for a voluntary extension as described 
above will receive SDIP for those extensions. 
        (2) Exceptions to the timeline to request SDIP and to the 
length of extension for SDIP have been approved to accommodate these 
requests.  The latest SDIP eligibility chart can be found at 
https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/pay-and-benefits.  This chart is 
updated periodically so check for recent additions.  For Sailors who 
are in an SDIP eligible billet, a Form 1306/7 ePAR should be 
submitted to MNCC at askmncc(at)navy.mil and your detailer. 
    d.  While all Service Members are encouraged to apply, the 
following will not be approved: 
        (1) Service Members who have executed any portion of their 
separation or retirement orders (e.g., terminal leave, household 
goods shipment) 
        (2) Service Members pending mandatory separation or 
retirement for age. 
        (3) Service Members approved for disability separation or 
retirement. 
        (4) Service Members being separated for misconduct. 
        (5) Service Members who are COVID-19 vaccination refusers. 
 
4.  If you have any questions regarding delaying a Service Members 
separation or retirement date contact the appropriate detailer, 
enlisted community manager, or the MNCC at:  askmncc(at)navy.mil or 
phone:  1-833-330-MNCC MNCC.  Questions regarding SDIP should be 
directed to, Mr. Keith Tucker, PERS-40DD, 1-901-874-3545 or 
Keith.Tucker(at)Navy.mil.// 
 
5.  Released by Vice Admiral Richard J. Cheeseman, Jr., N1.// 
 
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