Plan of the Day Announcements POD RSS
Petty Officer Advancement ResultsPetty Officer Advancements are out - While slightly down this cycle, opportunities for all paygrades is above the 10-year average. Nearly 10,000 eligible Sailors advanced to E4 - 43.77 percent. E5 advancement was 26.51 percent and E6 advancement was 17.46 percent this cycle. Get the complete list and quotas for your rate at www.ah.mil.
Fleet-Wide Women's Uniform Survey Seeks InputNAVADMIN 127/13 announced the release of a fleet-wide women's uniform survey to gather female officer and enlisted feedback on their uniform concerns and recommended solutions. For more information on the survey check out the Navy Blog at: http://navylive.dodlive.mil/2013/05/21/fleet-wide-womens-uniform-survey-seeks-input/
Think Outside Your Rate for Career EnhancementSailors looking to enhance their career by working outside their rate should consider becoming an Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA). Sailors must earn the 9515 Equal Opportunity Advisor NEC by attending the Defense EO Management Institute. Interested Sailors should request release to Special Programs by submitting a completed NAVPERS 1306/7 to their rating detailer prior to entering their normal detailing window.
Motorcycle Safety Instruction ChangesThe Navy's Traffic Safety Instruction, OPNAVINST 5100.12J, has a change which requires commands to set up mentorship programs for motorcycle riders. These programs are designed to give experienced riders the opportunity to teach new riders how to be successful on their bikes. More information is available at www.public.navy.mil/navsafecen.
Navy Embraces Inclusion During 2013 Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage MonthNAVADMIN 115/13 announces the Navy is joining our nation in celebrating the contributions of generations of patriots during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month throughout the month of May. This year's national theme is "Building Leadership: Embracing Cultural Values and Inclusion."
Reenlistment Bonuses Update ReleasedUpdates to the Navy's Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) award plan can be found in NAVADMIN 077/13. Sailors can read the complete list of SRB award levels and policy go to www.npc.navy.mil click on Enlisted Career Admin then click SRB SDAP Enl Bonus.
Recognize Early Signs of Alcohol AbuseIf you have a problem with alcohol, recognizing the problem is the first step toward recovery. Reaching out for help is a sign of strength, and the alternative could ruin your health and your career. By getting help early, Sailors can address their drinking habits before they result in serious consequences. Contact your command DAPA for more information.
CPPD Courses Can Result in College CreditThe American Council on Education (ACE) recommends college credits for several CPPD courses, including Personal Development Instructor Skills Training (grants NEC 9518), Navy Instructor Training Course (grants NEC 9502), and Master Training Specialist. To take advantage of ACE recommended credits, visit the nearest Navy College Office or call the Virtual Education Center at 1-877-838-1659.
Navy Leader Planning Guide NLPG RSS
- May Evals/FitReps
May 31 - O-1 (All)
- May Selection Boards
May 7 - Active O-4 Staff (PERS 8)
May 7 - Active O-3 Staff Continuation (PERS 8)
May 7 - Supply Corps Postgraduate Education Screen (PERS 4412)
May 7 - Active Junior Service College (PERS 8)
May 13 - Active E-8 (PERS 8)
May 13 - CEC CDR/LCDR Command (PERS 4413
May 14 - Submarine CO/XO Screen (PERS 42)
May 14 - Submarine Dept. Head Screen (PERS 42)
May 16 - CNRC Career Recruiter Force (CNRC)
May 20 - FTS SERAD (PERS 92)
May 28 - NFO to Pilot (PERS 43)
May 28 - Aviation Dept. Head Screen (PERS 43)
This Day in Naval History - May 25 History RSS
Story Number: NNS020131-26 Release Date: 1/31/2002 10:57:00
FIND ANOTHER DAY IN HISTORY:
- 1952 - USS Iowa (BB 61) bombards Chongjin, Korea.
1973 - Launch of Skylab 2 mission, which was first U.S. manned orbiting space station. It had an all Navy crew of Capt. Charles Conrad Jr. (commanding), Cmdr. Joseph P. Kerwin, and Cmdr. Paul J. Weitz.
For more information about naval history, visit the Naval Historical Center Web site at http://www.history.navy.mil.