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    • New J-dial for Airwing CCC Headquarters: MENU (6368). dial MENU for Career Answers SEPT 09 Vol. 37
      • The Navy announced the establishment of the Career Transition Office (CTO) July 30 to assist Sailors transitioning between the Navy's active and Reserve components.
      • "The overall goals of the Career Transition Office are to ease the transition of personnel into active duty and Reserve billets, decrease transition processing times and error rates, and increase Reserve affiliation among qualified Sailors leaving active duty," said Vice Adm. Mark Ferguson, chief of naval personnel.
      • The CTO was established under the Navy's continuum of service initiative. It is designed to develop flexible service options to meet Sailors individual career objectives.
      • Future program plans for the CTO include managing all enlisted personnel by directing active to reserve transitions, centralizing administrative actions in processing and streamlining non-mobilization Reserve-to-active-duty transitions.
      • Relevant instructions, documents and information are located under the transition (CTO) tab on the NPC career info webpage at www.Npc.Navy.Mil/careerinfo/transition . Additional information can be obtained at NAVADMIN 229/09.
      Navy Wants You to Know Before You Go
      • New Rule on OBLISERVE & Extension
      • Post 911 GI Bill (Part 4) Matrix
      • Changes on CMS-ID
      • PTS (What’s Up PTS!)
      • Latest SRB & More!
      The Commander in Chief and Secretary of Defense will be holding an online Town Hall meeting and will be taking questions directly from our service members deployed in support of CENTCOM. The URL for the homepage is www.militaryonesource.com/townhall . It will link you to the page where you'll be able to post a question and vote on the questions that have already been posted. The site will be open from 18 Aug-18 Sep and for those who can't access this Web site but have a question, a separate e-mail address has been set up at [email_address] . Town Hall Meeting with Commander in Chief Effective October 2009, the organizational construct and business rules on CMS-ID (Interactive Detailing) will change as follows: A. The sailor negotiation window will be nine to seven months prior to a Sailor's PRD, providing a 3-month window to negotiate for orders before a sailor is eligible for a directed "needs of the navy" assignment. B. The manning control authorities (MCA) will use CMS/ID to advertise more requisitions each cycle. C. The majority of the requisitions will be displayed in the green zone. GSA requisitions will continue to be displayed in the purple zone. A major enhancement, the red zone, will now display the most critical readiness degrading requisitions D. If not filled, they will directly degrade the mission capability of a deploying unit, operational support organization or training command. NPC will fill every red zone requisition every month, and all sailors in the negotiating window (PRD minus 9 months) will be considered to be eligible for assignment, perhaps involuntarily, to red zone requisitions. These priority requisitions will be identified each month by the MCA, and the number of red zone requisitions will not exceed two per rate (e.g., Two YN3, two YN2, two YN1, etc) for both sea and shore requisitions. (From Page 1, CMS-ID) Detailers will identify sailors for assignment to critical red zone requirements using the following priorities: (1) first priority - volunteers. (2) second priority - sailors who are available for immediate assignment. Generally, these are sailors returning to full duty from limited duty, or sailors whose current assignment has been curtailed for some reason. (3) third priority - sailors who are unassigned and who are within their "needs of the navy" window (PRD minus 6 months). (4) fourth priority - sailors who are within 9 months of their PRD. These sailors will be further categorized by PRD month, starting with those who have been in their negotiation window the longest. Read NAVADMIN 249/09 for complete details. Latest Changes in Applying for Orders
    • Recent Tools & News You Can Use
      • Sailors with three PFA failures in the most recent four-year period are ineligible for permanent change of station transfer, reenlistment or extension. (Ref: NAVADMIN 247/09 - PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM (PRP) UPDATES
      • ASVAB TESTING
      • USS Nimitz ESO & CCC will be administering the ASVAB test on the 3rd Sunday of each month in ESO classroom, at 1300. Please make sure your Sailor’s bring an approved (by the Dept LCPO) copy of their request chit and their requirements IAW MILPERSMAN 1236-010.
      • NIAPS CMS Interactive Detailing Sailor Application
      • Your Sailors can now apply for CMS-ID via NIAPS. Let me know if you have applied and how it works. Here is the NIAPS link. Go through NKO @ Sea.
      • http://cvn68usv01/Communities/MPTE/default.aspx
      • Here is the direct link on CMS-ID NIAPS through NKO & Sea:
      • http://cvn68usv01:8380/jass/enl_command_home.m
      • It is important that counselors still track or have Sailors communicate with their CCC that they have applied. Counseling is still paramount. Please use NIAPS vice using the regular internet to see how it works and make it successful so we can communicate our feedback to CNP & OPNAV.
      Online & Onboard USS Nimitz CLICK this Bar to access CAREER WISE Archived / Back Issues to get more information on Career, Education & Other Benefits The Navy will change the Short Term Extension (STE) policy Oct. 1, affecting obligated service (OBLISERV)rules for enlisted personnel, According to NAVADMIN 242/09. Currently, a Sailor has to obligate for 12 months when they receive orders to sea duty, unless DoD area requirements are greater. The new policy will require 24 months of obligated service, with these exceptions: * Sailors with less than 24 months until their high year tenure date must only obligate for the amount of time needed to reach that date. * Sailors will obligate for the requisite time-on-station requirements for PCS orders to places that require less than 24 months, such as Diego Garcia and unaccompanied tours. * All other obligated-service requirements will remain the same. The maximum number of short-term extensions that a Sailor may now use will be two per contract. The length of an extension will be limited to 23 months, and the total of all extensions cannot exceed 24 months. Other rules include: * Extensions counting against the Sailor's two-extension limit are those that help manage their careers or if they benefit to the Sailor. For example: Instead of reenlisting, a Sailor uses an extension to obtain OBLISERV so he/she can execute PCS orders. * Extensions not counted are Navy-required ones, such as the PCS delay this past summer. Sailors choosing not to obligate for the required 24 months but have more than 12 months of contract time left will be assigned based on the "needs of the Navy" or, if eligible, will be encouraged to voluntarily separate at end of obligated service {EAOS} or projected rotation date {PRD), whichever is closer. Those assigned "needs of the Navy" orders will not necessarily stay at their present command. New Rules on OBLISERVE and Extension
      • The enlisted continuation board will focus on retaining the Navy’s top performers to sustain a quality force that embodies the chief petty officers’ mission, vision and guiding principles.
      • • Quality performance is the priority.
      • • There are no quotas for the enlisted continuation board.
      • Approximately 6,000 personnel will be reviewed by the Senior Enlisted Continuation Board.
      • • About 70 board members are expected to convene 21 Sept. for a period of three weeks to conduct the FY 2010 board.
      • • For more information refer to NAVADMIN 030/09, 096/09 , and 211/09 .
      Continuation Board Update
    • Shipmate, DID YOU KNOW THAT… The LaDR provides continuity and direction for Sailors in their career development from Delayed Entry Program through Master Chief Petty Officer. A LaDR guides Sailors in identifying current, and projecting future, enlisted training and education opportunities including rate training, Professional Military Education (PME), advanced education initiatives, professional certifications, etc. A Learning and Development Roadmap is just what the name implies - a roadmap through the Enlisted Learning and Development Continuum by which Sailors professional development is guided. In short, use this to guide you & your Sailors on what to review / study (this is NOT a Bibliography), what course or job to do while on that certain path (rating). This will also be useful for strikers or Sailors trying to convert to that rating. If you login to NKO and then hit this link, it should get you straight to the site. Unfortunately not all ratings are yet available (particularly Aviation and most Admin). https:// wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/careermanagement/eld/home What’s New The Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) released an update in NAVADMIN 236/09 on permanent change of station (PCS) orders indicating that some Sailors set to move in the first quarter of fiscal year 2010 (FY10) will receive their orders after Oct. 1. The recent supplemental funding from Congress allowed Navy Personnel Command (NPC) to resume normal order writing for the fourth quarter this fiscal year. This followed a temporary hold initiated in April. Although funds were restored for those receiving orders through September, the majority of PRDs that were shifted to FY10 will remain adjusted. Current funding levels support all identified fourth quarter FY09 moves. However, a PCS obligation policy change that went into effect earlier this year means that PCS funds must be obligated when orders are released, instead of when the Sailor detaches. The result is that some of the FY10 orders cannot be released until the new fiscal year. Some Sailors May Experience Compressed PCS Timelines this Fall LaDR: Learning Development Roadmap Healthy Body, Healthy Mind, Healthy Career
      • Take advantage of the following Resources located in our AIRWING & NIMITZ Server as compiled by your AIRWING Career Counselor Headquarters Team located at (Copy and paste link in your browser):
      • vn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELOR
      • Here are some recently updated direct links:
      • ALL RATING ADVANCEMENT STUDY: vn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELORNIMITZ-AIRWING-STUDY-HUB
      • CAREER WISE Back Issues:
      • vn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELORCCC_CAREERWISE_NEWSLETTER
      • BENEFITS: vn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELORLIBERTYY_&_BENEFITS
      • POST 9-11 G.I. BILL:
      • vn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELORPOST_911_GI_BILL
    • C L I C : CNO’s Latest Information on Career (LATEST MUST READ ENLISTED NAVADMIN) Message # Subject Date 251/09 LAUNCH OF NEW NAVY INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE (IA) WEBSITE 08/27/2009 250/09 SELECTIVE REENLISTMENT BONUS 08/27/2009 249/09 ENHANCED CAREER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - INTERACTIVE DETAILING 08/27/2009 247/09 PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM (PRP) UPDATES 08/26/2009 245/09 ACTIVE-DUTY NAVY PROMOTIONS TO THE PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY GRADES OF CAPTAIN, COMMANDER, LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, AND LIEUTENANT, LINE AND STAFF CORPS, AND CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 08/26/2009 242/09 MODIFICATION OF OBLIGATED SERVICE AND EXTENSION POLICIES 08/24/2009 237/09 AVIATION ACQUISITION CORPS UNRESTRICTED LINE OFFICER MAJOR PROGRAM MANAGER CAREER PATH UPDATE 08/17/2009 236/09 FY09 PCS CLOSE-OUT
      • FROM THE FLEET FORCE, ON OVERSEAS SCREENING
      • As has been stated in the past, properly screening our Sailors for overseas duty is extremely important and one that every CMC/COB/CSC should be personally engaged in. As an aircraft carrier CMC, I reviewed and signed everyone as well as personally interviewed each Sailor. We have been stating that accountability for failure to screen properly was going to start in the future as there have been great losses in PCS dollars due to failure to comply with the screening process. When this occurs it affects the opportunity for other Sailors to execute orders. Attached you will see a sample message that will be sent to the transferring command when this occurs in the future. The first message has been sent to a command who will now have to justify their actions, or lack of action. I would expect that if this can not be fixed by growing awareness and proper execution of the policy, the next step may be to hold the transferring command financially responsible to capture the improperly executed PCS funding.
      • I am seeking your assistance and leadership to ensure we are out in front of this. This can turn into a very embarrassing situation for a Commanding Officer and each of us if on the receiving end of one of these messages. My hope is that we never have to send another message like this again and I know that with the engagement of our CMC's, COB's, and CSC's that we will make this problem go away. Thank you for your support and engagement as we work to maximize our resources to support all of you! Have a Great Navy Day! - FLTCM(AW/SW/SCW) Scott A. Benning, Navy Total Force/MPT&E Fleet Master Chief Chief of Naval Personnel
      Career Issues you should know, to grow. Digested for You. Career Wise. Career Thought of the Month: “ Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning” – Winston Churchill
    • For complete listing of Career Job Openings for the Navy go to PTS and access Opportunity MATRIX: http://www.npc.navy.mil/NR/rdonlyres/D451B7F2-705D-491F-9F4D-3EF1F65143F3/0/CAREEROPPORTUNITYMATRIX.xls PCS CMS-Interactive Detailing & Perform To Serve Application results are available beginning at 1630 on the day the detailer selection ends and remain posted until the next month's requisition scrub
      • Want to take a break from your rate for your next duty, Try the Special Program. Under rate, locate community (NEC) on CMS-ID
      • 2186 Career Recruiter
      • 2514 Flag Writers
      • 9508 Recruit Division Commander
      • 9515 Equal Opportunity Program Specialist
      • 9517 3-M Coordinator
      • 9518 Naval Leadership (NAVLEAD) Instructor
      • 9519 Navy Drug and Alcohol Counselor
      • 9522 Navy Drug and Alcohol Counselor Intern
      • 9545 Security Guard
      • 9575 Brig Duty
      • 9580 Command Master Chief
      • 9585 Navy Recruiter Canvasser
      PTS JOB QUOTA FOR AUGUST 2009 July March December June February November May January October April December September March November August February October July January September June December August May November July April October June March September May February August April January Negotiation Ends On Last Day Of CMS/ID Cycle In Negotiation Begins With First Day Of CMS/ID Cycle In: If PRD Month Is:
    • Transfer GI Bill BEFORE you Go
      • *** To preserve your right to transfer benefits from one dependent to another after your retirement, you MUST transfer at least one (1) month of benefits to EACH dependent BEFORE you leave active duty. ***
      • Reference (article): http:// www.defenselink.mil//news/newsarticle.aspx?id =55232
      • Reference (instruction): OSD(P&R) Directive-Type Memorandum (DTM) 09-003: "Post-9/11 GI Bill [See "page 17 of 29" (Paragraph 3.g.(2).(a).)] "3.g. Time for Transfer, Revocation, and Modification]
      • Link: http://www.defenselink.mil/home/features/2009/0409_gibill/DTM%2009-003%20Post%209-11%20GI%20Bill.pdf
      • Special thanks to CAPT Bill Greene of Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and CDR Francis Spencer of Navy Personnel Command.
      • Example (BAD):
      • - You have 3 children (Alpha, Bravo, & Charlie) and a dependent spouse (Omega).
      • - Using the Transfer of Education Benefits (TEB) website, you designate Alpha to receive all 36 months of your benefits.
      • - Using TEB, you designate Bravo, Charlie, and Omega to receive zero benefits.
      • - You retire.
      • - After your retirement, Alpha (for whatever reason) either doesn't use the benefits, or doesn't use all of them.
      • ...
      • RESULT: Your remaining benefits CANNOT be transferred to Bravo, Charlie, or Omega! (Ouch! ... Omega will NOT be amused!)
      • Example (GOOD):
      • - While still on active duty, using TEB, you transfer benefits as follows:
      • - 33 months to Alpha
      • - 1 month each to Bravo, Charlie, and Omega.
      • - You retire.
      • - After your retirement, Alpha decides to attend the Naval Academy, and therefore won't need to use the benefits.
      • ...
      • RESULT: You MAY transfer Alpha's unused benefits to any of your other family members, because they WERE designated beneficiaries before you left active duty! (Omega will be pleased!)
      Review on Post 9-11 GI Bill (Part 4) Get the complete new GI Bill details at: http:// www.gibill.va.gov/index.htm OBLISERVE EXTENSION MATRIX FOR POST-911 GI BILL Years of service, for the purposes of this chart, is the difference in years between ADSD and EAOS as extended/soft EAOS (SEAOS). Example: ADSD = Mar 15 1997; EAOS = Apr 20 2010; SEAOS = Apr 20, 2011This is an over 14year Sailor This program does not allow a Sailor to remain on active duty if otherwise not eligible or recommended for retention. Any extension for the purpose of obtaining OBLISERV for this program requires NPC- 81 approval. Long term extensions (over 23 months) are not allowed for this program. Extensions are not allowed when a Reenlistment can satisfy OBLISERV requirement. After an extension is executed for this program, an additional short term extension for this program will not be approved. Requests are to be submitted to NPC-81 no earlier than 60 days of anticipated enrollment date. Required OBLISERV is calculated from enrollment month. A Sailor shall not OBLISERV under or over the required amount which is 4 years unless limited by Navy policy. In cases where a Sailor is within 24 months of EAOS, and a short term extension will need to be executed in addition to the reenlist to obtain necessary OBLISERV, the Sailor can opt to perform just the short term extension and meet OBLISERV without reenlisting. An E5 Sailor with an EAOS as extended is over 12 years and is denied a short term extension to HYT because the Sailor is in an overmanned rating zone (NAVADMIN 007/09), is eligible for this program without any additional OBLISERV. Sailors who are not able to OBLISERV for 4 years upon enrollment due to Navy policy, then become eligible (ie, due to paygrade advancement), must complete the 4 year obligation or the VA will be reimbursed for Any entitlements used. Next Page for Matrix
    • Over 6yrs Not Eligible Yes Yes E5 or E6 Yes No Over 14yrs Over 10yrs No Yes Over 12yrs No PTS Approved Not Eligible *Must Reenl Then request STE to HYT Yes Yes No No Is E5 Yes Yes EAOS beyond Or within 29dys of HYT No OBLISERV Required Yes No Over 16yrs Over 18yrs No Not Eligible EAOS Within 2yr Request STE To 20yrs Under or Within 29dys Of 20yrs No OBLISERV Required EAOS Within 2yr No Must Reenl 4yrs Request STE to OBLISERV No Yes No Is E5 PTS Approved Not Eligible EAOS Within 2yr Must Reenl 4yrs Request STE To OBLISERV EAOS Within 2yr Must Reenl 4yrs EAOS Within 2yr *Must Reen Then Ext To 20yrs No Yes No No No Request STE To 20yrs Yes Request STE No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes E6 and below Over 18yrs & FltRes Elig Is E5 with ADSD after 30Jun1995 No OBLISERV Required Years of service, for the purposes of this chart, is the difference in years between ADSD and EAOS as extended/soft EAOS (SEAOS). Example: ADSD = Mar 15 1997; EAOS = Apr 20 2010; SEAOS = Apr 20, 2011 This is an over 14year Sailor Request STE No * See note 9 Dated: 24Aug09 * See note 9
    • Under 20yrs No OBLISERV Required Yes Over 10yrs No Yes Over 16yrs Approved FLT RES before 1Jul2010 ADSD before 1Aug1990 No Yes No Must Reenl EAOS Within 2yr Yes Yes No No No OBLISERV Required Yes Must Reenl 4yrs Must Reenl 3yrs Not Eligible PTS Approved Request STE Request STE Over 14yrs EAOS Within 2yr Must Reenl 4yrs Yes No ADSD before 1Aug1991 ADSD before 1Aug1992 Yes No No No No No Yes Yes Reenl Or request STE E7 to E9 EAOS Within 2yr No Yes Years of service, for the purposes of this chart, is the difference in years between ADSD and EAOS as extended/soft EAOS (SEAOS). Example: ADSD = Mar 15 1997; EAOS = Apr 20 2010; SEAOS = Apr 20, 2011 This is an over 14year Sailor EAOS Within 2yr Yes Must Reenl 4yrs Request STE EAOS Within 2yr Over 12yrs EAOS Within 2yr Request STE OBLISERV will take into Zone D PTS Approved Not Eligible Dated: 24Aug09 Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    • CVW-11 Career CrossTerms #3 “ If you wish to be at rest, labor.” – Giles of Assisi (on labor / work) For Answers: Contact your Dept. or Command Career Counselor or call J-Dial 6368 or 6364
    • From the Bureau to the Counselor: EVAL & BOARD Courtesy of Navy Times Sample: Recommended Layout for CPO FITREP NUMBER 1 OF 6 CPO’S IN THIS COMMAND FROM CMDCM - - “MY GO-TO CPO WITHIN THE MESS WHO CLEARLY OUT-PERFORMS ALL OTHERS” LEADERSHIP. Through his direct engagement as Chairman of all CDBs, 9 of 10 Sailors have met PTS requirements, 7 of 8 (88%) E-5 were advanced to E-6 (Flt Avg 30%), and 4 of 6 (66%) E-6’s were advanced to CPO (Flt Avg 33%). OUTSTANDING OS. Qualified as AAWC, normally an officer position. As a member of CSTT/STT, he was the key to qualifying 3 AICs and 2 CIC watch teams, developed complex combat systems scenarios and increased PQS accomplishment from 40% to 90% in five months. My best AAWC, he is the General Quarters AAWC because I trust him most to fight the ship if needed. EXCEPTIONAL SUPERVISOR. As OPS department 3M assistant, he managed 7 work centers and accomplished 100% RAR And 95% SAR during the most recent 3M certification. Department achieved certification during initial assessment. COMMITTED MENTOR. Has taken on the role as mentor to seven Chief Petty Officers who had previously been struggling. As result, Engineering Department was able to certify EOC at ULTRA-E, freeing up 6 weeks of training time from a tight schedule. Hand selected by the CMDCM and myself to be on one of only three Chiefs (out of 18) to be a permanent member of all CDBs. MISSION FOCUSED. Volunteered as Command PRT Coordinator. Reduced PRT failures from 14% to 3% in 6 six months. UNLIMITED POTENTIAL TO EXCEL. Has my complete trust in all areas. Most strongly recommended for IMMEDIATE SELECTION To Master Chief Petty Officer and Command Senior Chief/CMDCM Programs!
      • Scoring the Eligible
      • Evals document performance
      • Promotion Recommendation (Hard and soft breakouts)
      • Consistent? Improving? Declining?
      • One of one versus competitive peer group
      • Duties
      • Job scope, leadership and level of responsibility
      • Including collateral duties (Leads Peers?)
      • Impact of position on command mission
      • Difficult/Arduous Duty? Increased responsibilities?
      • Mentoring-positive impact on retention and Sailor growth
      • Rating knowledge-impact on command
      • Narrative
      • Does write-up support marks and promotion recommendation?
      • Accomplishments to results (quantitative)
      • Contributions to unit mission and morale
      • Retention and advancement results
    • College News NCPACE – Instructor Lead onboard USS Nimitz The principles you live by create the world you live in; if you change the principles you live by, you will change your world. - Blaine Lee , The Power Principle: Influence with Honor TERM 2 STARTS 28 September for 8 Weeks. Contact the ED Boss for details
      • Practice your ASVAB or SAT and other Academic School Skills FREE at NKO. Here is How to Access the Peterson’s online academic skills product:
      • - Log on to NKO - Select the Reference Tab - In the Blue banner area select the (E Content Education)
      • - The top left you will see Peterson’s, select the white block in the lower left corner that states (click to get started today) - Log-in Screen (You will have to set up an account)
      • - You will now be at the Home Page DoD MWR Library Education/lifelong Learning Resource - Look for the Tools for High School Success - Select Academic Skills Question Banks
      • - Select a specific Area (i.e. Math 6-8th Grade) - Start Now
      • - Loading Screen (no click required) – Continue - Click here to begin - Select your question set (1- 8)
      • Begin Section- Actual Tests Open
      • This is a beta program so please submit your feedback to [email_address] as follows: - Positive and/or negative feedback, suggestions, recommendations - Ease of access to the Academic Tool via NKO- Connectivity issues - How long it took you to log in, etc.
      Term 2 & 3 – See ESO or ED Boss for more updated openings. Check with the ED Boss for updated openings Navywide Exam will be held Sept 3 (E6), Sept 10 (E5) and Sept 17 (E4). Contact your ESO for Time & Location See ED Boss for the latest Schedule
      • Advancement Exam: September 3 (E6), 10 (E5),17 (E4)
      Career Counselors: We’re Here to Listen & Help Good Dates to Remember
      • SOME of the services offered by our Highly Trained Career Counselors
      • onboard USS Nimitz:
      • Latest Navy Instructions that affects your Career.
      • Conduct Career Development Board.
      • Communicating with your Detailer and getting a sponsor .
      • Processing your reenlistment and Perform To Serve packages.
      • Receiving an Indoctrination on your new command .
      • Processing your Separation, Retirement and TAP class.
      • How to Use Online Resources such as JOIN, FLTMPS, BOL, ESR, or NSIPS.
      • Special Programs like: Conversion of Rate, Officers Program,
      • credentialing (COOL & USMAP) and Bonus (SRB)
      • Educational Benefits (TA, NCPACE, GI Bill).
      • Veteran Benefits.
      • Making any decision on how to have a great career during and after your enlistment.
      • For more details contact your AIRWING CCC onboard Nimitz:
      • NC1 Lewis (VAQ-135) [email_address]
      • NC1 Buquo (VFA-41) [email_address]
      • NC1 Jordan (VFA-14) [email_address]
      • NC1 Nicholson (VFA-97) [email_address]
      • MA1 Robbins (VAW-117) [email_address]
      • NC1 Wilson (HS-6) [email_address]
      • NC1 Craig (VFA-86) [email_address]
      • NCC Astro (CVW-11) [email_address]
      • Now located at 03-175-1-Q onboard USS Nimitz J-Dial 6368. Day & Night Shift service available to all squadron personnel
      AIRWING CCC 1. Some advancement study tools onboard Nimitz without relying on regular internet bandwidth (or due to Navy Business Tier Hours) just click or copy & paste on your browser: http://www/Special%20Programs/Mentorship/index.html# vn68ucsfs02sharedriveNIMITZAll HandsADVANCEMENT ACCELERATIONSept 07 Bibs BiB Materials 2. You can find here what you needed and other visual aid / more fun way to study: http://www/Command%20Training/NAAT/Links/UML.html# 3. You can also access NKO at SEA & other programs online without going through slow bandwidth and at any Navy Business Hours: http://cvn68usv01/Communities/MPTE/default.aspx (click NKO @ Sea to access NIAPS version of some of the courses) 4. If you have any other resources you wanted to share please let us know. More Advancement & Study Tools on Nimitz Send your inputs, corrections or suggestions on CAREER WISE to [email_address] Dial M.E.N.U. to contact your Squadron CCC. . . 2 1 . . . 6368
    • AIRWING COUNSELOR Visit us at 03-175-1-Q or Call CAREER HOTLINE J- Dial M.E.N.U. (6368) . . 2 1 . . . 6368
    • We Are Now Open On Navy Business Hours
      • Click Out the New
      • CCC AIRWING INTRAWEB
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