Npc force weekly 8 12 april 2013


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This NPC Force Weekly focuses on ...
- Promotion Board Submission: Deadlines rapidly approaching
- REGA Quotas Published: Find your Sailors their dream job
- Advanced Education Voucher Program: Education Dollars

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Npc force weekly 8 12 april 2013

  1. 1. NPC FORCM WEEKLY 8-12 April 2013Career progression, community management, personnel matters, and general information from the desk of the Navy Personnel Command Force Master Chief, FORCM(SW/AW/EXW) Leland E. Moore PROMOTION BOARD SUBMISSION: DEADLINES RAPIDLY APPROACHING Deadlines for selection board eligible candidates to submit letters to the board are approaching quickly and are as follows: Active E8: 22 April 2013 Active E7: 28 May 2013 Reserve E7: 1 July 2013 While paper packages are still accepted, an encrypted electronic drop box has been created for your convenience and may be accessed at CSCSELBOARD@NAVY.MIL. Candidates may confirm the status of their letter to the selection board by going to the NPC home page and clicking on the "Selection Board Status" link near the upper right of the web page. REGA QUOTA’S PUBLISHED: FIND YOUR SAILORS THEIR DREAM JOB The April and May REGA quotas have been posted at April Quotas and May Quotas, you owe it to your PACT Sailors to help them strike into a rating. The S-PACT top three ratings are CS (SRB Available), OS, and BM; E-PACT DC, EM, EN; and A-PACT ABE, ABF, ABH, and AO. These ratings offer a Sailor excellent skills with on the job training and transferable skills to the civilian world; as well as an opportunity to serve at a variety of different commands across the fleet. Help your Sailors make the right decision and strike into the rating that is best for them. Questions can be answered at (901) 874-2102; (DSN 882) or email: ADVANCED EDUCATION VOUCHER PROGRAM: EDUCATION DOLLARS NAVADMIN 093/13 announces the requirements and solicits applications for the FY-13 AEV program. AEV supports baccalaureate and masters degree completion in designated areas of study through off-duty education. The following personnel are eligible: E7 with no more than 17 years TIS, E8 with no more than 19 years TIS and E9 with no more than 22 years TIS. Applicants should be transferring to (or currently on) shore duty with sufficient time ashore to complete a baccalaureate or masters degree program. Applicants on Sea Duty may apply provided they submit an education plan, with Commanding Officer endorsement, which demonstrates the ability to complete the degree program as specified above. AEV is not authorized for courses used to earn an additional degree at the same or lower education level. Read the NAVDMIN for additional qualification guidance and how to apply for this great opportunity. Point of contact is ETCS(SW/AW) Jason C. Szot, (850) 452-7268 (DSN 459), TODAY IN NAVAL HISTORY April 8th 1925 - First planned night landings on a carrier, USS LANGLEY (CV 1), by VF-1. April 9th 1861 - Second relief convoy for Fort Sumter left New York. April 10th 1966 - Patrol Boats of River Patrol Force commenced operations on waters of South Vietnam. April 11th 1783 - Congress declares end of war with Great Britain. April 12th 1861 - Civil War begins when Confederates fire on Fort Sumter, SC. QUOTE OF THE WEEK “The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude.” ~ Oprah Winfrey