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  1. 1. November 2009 Issue: Navy Career News from October 1-30 2009 Compiled & Digested for You Air wing CCC Headquarters J- Dial: MENU (6368). dial MENU for Career Answers NOVEMBER 2009 The Barbwire Team Vol. 39-Blue Microsoft Office for Home Use: $9.95 only Basic Skills Class on Nimitz • The Department of the Navy, through its contract with USS Nimitz through Navy College Learning Program will EDS for NMCI, is entitled to Microsoft's Home Use Program provide Basic Skills Class. This is a instructor led classes in (HUP) as a volume license owner with Microsoft. The HUP three subjects: English, Mathematics, and Reading. allows government civilian and uniformed personnel Each class covers a single subject. You may enroll in as currently on NMCI to obtain a licensed copy of Microsoft many classes as you can fit into your work and personal Office, Project or Visio desktop applications to install and schedules. Each NCLP class is held for a total of 45 use on a home computer, if the products are also hours. Classes are over a period of eight weeks. currently installed on their NMCI computer. For additional Instruction in the classes is limited to no more than four information regarding the Home Use Program and the hours each day. You will be given a placement test on Home Use EULA, visit the Microsoft Home Use Program the first day of class. Class will be held starting on 23 website at: November from 1900-2130. Contact your CCC or ESO https://www.homeport.navy.mil/news/articles/hup- for details and specific locations. See Education section license-info/. Microsoft Office 2007 is only $9.95. on page 2 for more details. Turbo Tap for Transitioning Personnel •Charting a course for a career change? Explore the Separation Pay & DD 214 tools and resources available through TurboTAP.org, the official Department of Defense website for Transition PTS disapprovals are separating at EAOS and entitled Assistance Program services and benefits. to only half Sep Pay if eligible. Refer to OPNAVINST www.TurboTAP.org provides 24/7 access to helpful pre- 1900.4 para 8.a.(1) and MPM 1920-040 para 5.a. separation and transition guides, employment, IAW BUPERSINST 1900.8, DD214 should read: Non education, relocation and benefits checklists . retention on active duty - JGH - RE-3M/RE-4/RE-6 as appropriate •Establish your TurboTAP life-long account today so you can access your online personalized transition Sailors separated at HYT or denied extension to HYT assistance planning tool and receive update alerts due to overmanned rating zones (and have PTS when support programs and benefits change. approval) can qualify for full sep pay (MILPERSMAN Remember, www.TurboTAP.org is the Web portal that 1160-120 and attached email refers), DD214 should connects you to your benefits exactly when you need read: Completion of required active service - JBK - RE- them, throughout your military career. 4/RE-6 as appropriate Note: use JGH for those elig for half sep pay, and use Is your EAOS within 12 months & undecided? JBK for those elig for full sep pay. Sailor separated at Attend the AIRWING Bi-Monthly Pre-Sep Class HYT but only eligible for half sep pay, DD214 should to be held again on 6th November, 1330-1630 read: Non retention on active duty - JGH - RE-6 as at RELMIN Classroom. Attend this brief and appropriate. 1/2 pay if separated at EAOS...see below references. then decide if you are staying Navy or join the Civilian world. Contact your CCC to register & MPM 1910-040 details about other available class. (This prep- 5. Half-Pay Criteria. The following are the criteria for class 2648 can also be a one-on-one counseling, half pay eligibility: required prior to taking the regular TAP or prior to a. Expiration of Service Obligation: This category separating from the Navy) includes servicemembers "not retention eligible" separated at their expiration of active obligated It's not what you achieve, it's what you overcome. That's service (EAOS) or HYT. what defines your career. ~ Carlton Fisk Servicemembers separated for HYT need not be "advancement eligible" for entitlement to half pay. Released date of November 2009 Career Wise: October 31
  2. 2. with r ck Education & College News fo Che Boss ED ted the pda u gs nin ope Term 3 – The following classes are still open as of October 29. Also open for the following time & days Time Day Course # Course Title 0815-1015 M/W/Sat GOVT 2301 American Government I 1245-1445 T/Th/Sun 1030-1230 M/W/Sat GOVT 2302 American Government II 1500-1700 T/Th/Sun 1245-1445 M/W/Sat SPCH 1315 Public Speaking 0815-1015 T/Th/Sun 1500-1730 M/W/Sat SPCH 1315 Public Speaking 1030-1230 T/Th/Sun TERM 3 STARTS 23 November for 8 Weeks. Contact the ED Boss for details The 2nd term for NCPACE Classes is almost over. Now it is time to get started with Term III. Term III NCPACE Classes will begin on Monday, 23 November 2009. Books for classes will be sold the first day of class. As a reminder, you must pay for your books with your Navy Cash Card (money must be on the chip). Cash will not be accepted. Please plan accordingly. Nimitz ESO will begin registration for Term III within the next few weeks. If you have any questions or concerns regarding NCPACE classes please contact your ESO or Dr. Linda Beckham, our ED Boss at J-Dial 5041. Term 4: Coming Soon in January 2010! Emergency Checks to Students Awaiting Education Benefits Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has authorized checks for up to $3,000 to be given to students who have applied for educational benefits (that includes Post 9-11 GI Bill) and who have not yet received their government payment. The checks will be distributed to eligible students at VA regional benefits offices across the country starting Oct. 2, 2009. Students can go to one of VA’s 57 regional benefit offices with a photo ID and a course schedule to request advance payment of their education benefits. Because not all these offices are located near students, VA expects to send representatives to schools with large Veteran- student bodies and work with Veteran Service Organizations to help students with transportation needs. A list of those VA regional offices is available at www.vba.va.gov/VBA/benefits/offices.asp Raise Your ASVAB Get Better Chance on PTS & Conversion We now have several options for Academic Skills, which can qualify for ASVAB retake: Online Academic Skills (OASC - Peterson's) via NKO education link, Academic Skills Classroom option in the classroom on base and Academic Skills through NCPACE for ships. Here in Nimitz are the following schedule: 1930-2220: T/ Th / Sun – Writing ; 1900-2130: M / W / Sat – Math (Section 1); 1900 – 2130: T/ Th / Sun – Math (Section 2) Contact NCC Astro or Ship ESO to sign up no later than 20 November. Spouse Tuition Assistance: Career Advancement Accounts (CAA) Spouses of Navy personnel serving in all pay grades may qualify for up to $3000 per year of educational aid for up to two years. Some of the eligible fields include: Information Technology, Education, Health Services, Financial Services, Human Resources, Hospitality Trades, Homeland Security, Selected Business Administration Fields, and Construction Trades. Recent occupations added include Social Work, Lodging Manager, Secretarial, and Bookkeeping. Check out My CAA at www.militaryonesource.com. •BENEFITS trivia: Did you know that Space “A” Flight is available for your family to use and travel the US and other countries. Check out http://www.amc.af.mil/questions/topic.asp?id=380
  3. 3. PTS with Selective Reserve Option •Effective 1 October 2009, The PTS application system will give Sailors the option to obtain quotas for affiliation/enlistment in the Selected Reserves(SELRES). This allows Active duty Sailors and FTS Sailors to apply for both Active Duty/FTS quota and SELRES quota in the same application. SELRES Zones differ from Active Duty zones and are based on Pay Entry Base Date (PEBD)(PTS will determine the applicable zone) AS INDICATED: • A. ZONE A (0-8 YEARS) • B. ZONE B (8-14 YEARS) •Sailors that are 12 month from the end of their complete contract (EAOS and SEAOS match) can apply until they are 3 months from their end of obligated service. Those Sailors who currently have a final Active Duty/FTS quota can still apply for a SELRES quota. Those Sailors who are within 3 month of seperating are not authorized to submit SELRES applications. Expansion Of The Homeowners Assistance Program •Service member homeowners who received permanent change of station (PCS) orders dated on or after February 1, 2006 through December 31, 2009, for a PCS with a report-no-later-than date on or before February 28, 2010. The new duty station must be outside a 50-mile radius of the former duty station. These PCS order eligibility dates may be extended to September 30, 2012, based on future availability of funds. Each of the four categories of personnel identified above has more specific eligibility requirements, which can be reviewed at the DOD hap web site: http://hap.Usace.Army.Mil. Selected Reserve E6 & Below High California State University Special Year Tenure Adjustment Admission Program (CSUSAP) Effective 1 February 2011, the following CSUSAP is a full-time education program open to sailors HYT limits are adjusted to the following for who are transitioning to veteran status and also current SELRES: veterans who hold an honorable discharge. Sailors transitioning to veteran status must be able to attend •E1/2: 6 years length of service. full-time studies by the start of the fall 2010 academic •E3: 10 years length of service. year. Sailors in a terminal leave status are eligible with •E4: 12 years length of service. command approval. Non-veteran personnel are not •E5: 20 years length of service. eligible for this program to include dependents and civilian employees. Selectees will be expected to Effective 1 October 2011, e6 HYT gates will attend a full-time, year-round study to complete a be adjusted to 22 years of total service. For baccalaureate degree. Sailors and veterans interested details read: NAVADMIN 292/09 in applying for CSUSAP are urged to pursue college courses through the navy college office (NCO) to maximize transferable credits. Contact the NCO @ All Counselors & Mentors: (619) 556-4922for further details. The prerequisite computer based training required for CCC Course attendance has been updated and posted to NKO. Command Do you need a break from the military (travel, Career Counselor 2009 (course number CPD- education, family), you don’t need to totally CCC-020) is now live on NKO; The old course separate. You can apply for Career Intermission Pilot (CPD-CCC-010) is retired. All new enrollees will Program where you can leave the active duty and have to complete the new NKO course. return without any penalty. Read NAVADMIN 301/09 and 095/09 for details GET THE RIGHT DIRECTION. Career Issues you should know, to grow. Digested for You. Career Wise. Back issues from previous months are available at INTRAWEB or your Squadron CCC Cvn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELORCCC_CAREERWISE_NEWSLETTER
  4. 4. C L I C: CNO’s Latest Information on Career UST R EAD LAT EST M DMIN. Click AVA •Message # Subject Date TED N erlink ENLIS p th e H y •304/09 COSMETIC POLICY UPDATE10/23/2009 •303/09 MARCH 2010 (CYCLE 207) NAVY-WIDE PETTY OFFICER (E4-E6) ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS FOR USN, USNR (ACTIVE), FULL TIME SUPPORT, AND CANVASSER RECRUITER SAILORS10/23/2009 •302/09 2009 ARMY/NAVY GAME SPIRIT SPOTS ON CBS10/22/2009 •301/09 CAREER INTERMISSION PILOT PROGRAM UPDATE10/21/2009 •300/09 2009/2010 DIVERSITY EVENTS CALENDAR10/21/2009 •299/09 FY-09 ACTIVE DUTY FLYING CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER (CWO) PILOT /PROGRAM SELECTION BOARD RESULTS10/14/2009 •298/09 NOTIFICATION OF PERFORMANCE-BASED BOARD FOR CONTINUATION OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL WITH GREATER THAN 20 YEARS ACTIVE SERVICE RESULTS10/13/2009 •297/09 POST DEPLOYMENT HEALTH RE-ASSESSMENT UPDATE10/13/2009 •296/09 SENATE CONFIRMATION OF OFFICERS SELECTED BY THE FY-10 ACTIVE-DUTY NAVY COMMANDER STAFF CORPS AND LIEUTENANT COMMANDER LINE BOARDS10/13/2009 •295/09 FY10-1 TEST PILOT SCHOOL SELECTION BOARD10/06/2009 •294/09 FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION 82ND NATIONAL CONVENTION10/06/2009 •292/09 SELECTED RESERVE E1 THROUGH E6 HIGH YEAR TENURE ADJUSTMENT10/05/2009 •291/09 ORDER TO ACCOUNT FOR THE NAVY FAMILY10/02/2009 •290/09 FEBRUARY 2010 (CYCLE 086) NAVY-WIDE EXAMINATIONS FOR ADVANCEMENT IN RATE OF SELECTED RESERVE PERSONNEL TO PAYGRADES E4-E7 AND FY-11 SELRES E7 SELECTION BOARD10/02/2009 •289/09 TEMPORARY EXPANSION OF THE HOMEOWNERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM REF/A/DOC/DOD NEWS10/01/2009 •288/09 ORDER TO ACCOUNT FOR THE NAVY FAMILY10/01/2009 •287/09 OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT AWARENESS MONTH10/01/2009 •286/09 ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DIRECTOR, NAVAL WARFARE INTEGRATION (N00X) AND DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS FOR INFORMATION DOMINANCE (DCNO N2/N6) UPDATE10/01/2009 •285/09 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH10/01/2009 •284/09 LOGISTICS SPECIALIST RATING ESTABLISHMENT10/01/2009 Important Post-911 GI Bill Deadline In order to transfer your Pos 9-11 GI Bill to your dependents, all short term extension for the following reasons REQUESTS must be received before 1 January 2010. 1. Enlisted with less than 12 months to their EAOS will reenlist per standard procedures. 2. Non-SRB/ESRP eligible service members with greater than 12 months and less than 24 months to their EAOS are granted an exception to the reenlistment policy. 3. SRB/ESRP-eligible service members with greater than 12 months and less than 24 months to their EAOS/EOS and who have already reenlisted once for a bonus in their current zone Read part III of NAVADMIN 203/09 for more details. Career Wise NOVEMBER 2009 4 Career Thought of the Month: “To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society” – Theodore Roosevelt
  5. 5. Career Wise Advice By NCC(AW/SCW) Astro Career Burnout & the Benefits of Deployment, Travel & Port Visits 90-days is a long time for some but to most it’s an enjoyable time. Here are 4 items I have learned from the last 4 port visit related to Career & Benefits: • Use your benefits & save Money: When asked a Sailor, did you enjoy Bahrain? The usual answer would be, I have been there and it’s boring. Sign up for tours and explore the country. Not only you save money from subsidize rate of MWR but you don’t walk around and end up buying “stuff” because you are bored or you did not do anything on days but sleep and more energized at night going to clubs (something I regretted doing during my younger years). Did you know that an “unguided” all-day tour bus of New York City cost around $75 (you only pay an average $35 for a full guided tour on different country courtesy of the Navy) • Your attitude and manners 24 hours / day matters. This is the new and more competitive Navy and your posture on and off duty could affect your career in the long run. Develop a good habit and know every culture of the country you are visiting. • Appreciate the Respect & Honor you get: As you email your friends and they find out that you are out and about defending our country in harms way – you gain more admiration and their high opinion of you increases as you continue to deploy. • Spend quality time. Those times in port should not be wasted: call your family, send package and tell them how much part they have in this campaign. Spending quality time at work is also important by efficiently using your break by means of programs like MWR, ESWS / EAWS, NCPACE, Navy Reading, United through Reading, collateral duties and others means to prevent job-burnout from your 12 hour work. Lastly, one thing I regret from my 1st few years in the Navy was having only photos mostly of drinking spirits in a bar and never earned my warfare sooner. If you have any valuable career advice to pass that may help a Sailor out, don’t keep it to yourself, submit your counsel, guidance & opinion to Career Wise editor and be a mentor to many. Detailer or NPC Customer Service Center The Navy offers Sailors a one-stop source of information through the Navy Personnel Command Customer Service Center. In an effort to provide quality service across the board to all Sailors, contact the CSC for all your career-related issues. Just call 1-866-U-ASK-NPC (1-866-827-5672) and let the customer service agents help you! The CSC can also be contacted via e-mail at CSCMailbox@navy.mil Career Wise NOVEMBER 2009 or found online at www.npc.navy.mil/AboutUs/NPC/CSC/. 5 The word career is a divisive word. It's a word that divides the normal life from business or professional life. – Grace Paley
  6. 6. NAVY AIRWING READING PLAN CAREER BOOK DIGEST Execution: The Discipline Of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy & Ram Charan 1. “Execution is the greatest unaddressed issue in the business world today… the single biggest obstacle to success…. a specific set of behaviors and techniques… the critical discipline for success now. The primary differentiator between companies…” 2. Building Block One: The leader’s seven essential behaviors. Execution is a systematic discipline of exposing reality and acting on it. Supported by: 1. Know your people and your business, where knowing is part active involvement/personal connection and part distilling the challenges facing the business or business units into six or few fundamental issues. 2. Insist on realism; realism is the heart of execution, about doing what works and stopping what isn’t, about people changing or not, about further investing or moving on. 3. Set clear goals and priorities; focus on a very few clear priorities that everyone can grasp, just three or four that will produce the best results from the resources at hand. 4. Follow through; don’t set goals if you don’t plan to (check on) follow through 5. Reward the doers; measure results and then reward and promote the people who generate them 6. Expand people’s capabilities through coaching; coaching, the difference between giving orders and teaching people how to get things done, is the single most important part of expanding other’s capabilities. 7. Know yourself; practice authenticity, awareness, self mastery and humility. 3. Building Block Two: Creating the Framework for Cultural Change (e.g. linking to business outcomes). • Cultural change gets real when your aim is execution You need to change people’s behavior so that they produce results • First you tell people what results you are looking for, then discuss how to get those results • Reward people for getting those results, or provide additional coaching when they don’t 4. What your culture should look like. Culture (which will be a change for most organizations) needs to be grounded in execution and results… a culture as represented in actions, communications, meetings, emails, reports, etc. that are based in the “execution” behaviors defined above. The change process involved in translating thoughts and dialogue into action and closure is behaviorally based, “We don’t think ourselves into acting, we act ourselves into a new way of thinking.” 5. Execution, as the job of the leader, is exercising (not delegating) the development of people/leaders, forging a strategic direction and conducting operations. Execution requires active management of: • People – the right people, directly linked to strategy in a performance/results based culture, and developing the leadership skills to sustain the organization • Strategy - a customer/market accurate actionable plan (6 or fewer building blocks) for allocating resources and defining HOW to achieve the business objectives. It relies upon a process of rigor and tenacious probing, testing of ideas and business realities and investment in picking and developing a plan and the people who can execute it. • Operations processes – breaking long term objectives into short-term, measurable, reviewed plan with short term targets, action steps and tasks. 6. People – no leader should delegate having the right people in place, and the courage to confront results promptly and take decisive action with non-performers, versus comfort based decisions. “The people process is more important than either the strategy or operations process… its evaluating people accurately and in-depth, then identifying and developing talent… or filling the leadership pipeline Note from Career Wise editor: Continuation Board, PTS, FITREP, NCPACE… These are programs that maybe similar to what this book is talking in some section of the book about how future leaders are chosen to MAKE THINGS HAPPEN. Read the entire book through Navy Reading. For CVW-11 Staff Career Wise NOVEMBER 2009 Navy books are available for checkout at CCC Headquarters RR3 03-175-1-Q. 6 If you have read & liked a book & wish to summarize and contribute, send to: lazaro.astro@navy.mil
  7. 7. Recent Tools & News You Can Use RIVER CITY Got You Down? Go Online with NIAPS Free SAT/ACT Software CLICK THIS LINK Families interested in obtaining the FREE $200 v6x http://cvn68usv01/Communities/MPTE/default.aspx SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ Programs may order online Shipboard Resident Content (Afloat) www.eknowledge.com//nfl Enter Sponsorship Code: Code: 15E41DB9A6 or by telephone, 951- •Navy Knowledge Online at Sea: Go to NKO at Sea to 256-4076. access: Navy E-Learning, Electronic Training Jacket, Navy COOL, and CMS/ID There is a small fee of $13.84 (per standard program) which enables eKnowledge to provide •Navy Career Tools Training Informational web tutorial of technical and customer support, registration, Navy Career Tool offerings. licensure, processing, handling and worldwide •Navy E-Learning "Available Catalog Items" A listing shipping. This nominal fee allows the sponsorship of all courses currently available on your ship's Navy E- alliance to continue helping tens-of-thousands of Learning (NEL) Afloat system select the "Available Catalog military families each year. Items" For further information please contact Lori •The Following are also available (Contact your CCC for Caputo, LoriCaputo@eknowledge.com or call details): Navy E-Learning "Unavailable Catalog Items ; 951-256-4076 Navy E-Learning "Courses Not Tagged for Afloat; Navy E- Learning "NAFL Datamart Build Date; FleetRIDE ; BUPERS AFLOAT; SWOSCOLCOM Training ; COOL 2 GO or Credentialing Opportunities On-Line; TOPS Transaction On-Line Processing System (TOPS); CIMS Career Online & Onboard USS Nimitz Information Management System at sea (Nimitz only) PCS: Now on Debit Card System ASVAB TESTING •The Navy is now working on a "Debit •USS Nimitz ESO & CCC will be administering the Card" system, vice a "Credit Card" ASVAB test on the 3rd Sunday of each month in ESO system. This week, detailers had funding classroom, at 1300. Please make sure your Sailor’s to cut orders for those Sailors bring an approved (by the Dept LCPO) copy of their request chit and their requirements IAW transferring in mid-December. They MILPERSMAN 1236-010. anticipate cutting orders for EOM NIAPS CMS Interactive Detailing Sailor Application December next week or so. In order for a set of orders to be released the money •Sailors can now apply for CMS-ID via NIAPS. Here is needs to be available, because the the NIAPS link. Go through NKO @ Sea. accounting line charges immediately. http://cvn68usv01/Communities/MPTE/default.aspx •With a 45-60 day window prior to PCS, •Here is the direct link on CMS-ID NIAPS through NKO & Sea: your Sailors need to have all of their pre- departure items on hot standby. If they http://cvn68usv01:8380/jass/enl_command_home.m square away their medical and dental, •It is important that counselors still track or have and have their dependents (if applicable) Sailors communicate with their CCC that they have ready to go, then the transfer process will applied. Counseling is still paramount. For the latest CMS-ID with slow bandwidth go to go smoother. www.nko.navy.mil and click on CMS-Interactive Detailing on the left menu. Career Wise NOVEMBER 2009 7 Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it. ~ Buddha
  8. 8. CVW-11 Career CrossTerms #5 1st TWO to submit your 100% correct answers to CCC Airwing HQ gets a Souvenir Magnet from Singapore or Japan For many people a job is more than an income – it's an important part of who we are. So a career transition of any sort is one of the most unsettling experiences you can face in your life. ~ Paul Clitheroe Is your EAOS within 12 months & undecided? Attend the AIRWING Bi-Monthly Pre-Sep Class to be held again on 06 November, 1330-1630 @RELMIN Classroom. Attend this brief and then decide if you are staying Navy or join the Civilian world. Contact your CCC to register & details about other available class. (This prep- class 2648 can also be a one-on-one Career Wise NOVEMBER 2009 counseling, required prior to taking 8 the regular TAP or prior to separating from the Navy)
  9. 9. CREO 1 CREO 1 PCS CMS-Interactive Detailing, CREO & Perform To Serve PCS CMS-Interactive Detailing, CREO & Perform To Serve E-1 to E4 for E5 AE (FTS) Negotiation Negotiation AWF (FTS) Want to take a break from your Begins With Ends On AT (FTS) AWO If PRD rate for your next duty, Try the First Day Of Last Day Of Special Program. Under rate, AWF (FTS) Month Is: AWS CMS/ID CMS/ID locate community (NEC) on AWO Cycle In: Cycle In CTI CMS-ID AWS CTM •2186 Career Recruiter CTI January April July CTN •2514 Flag Writers CTM CTN CTT February May August •9508 Recruit Division Commander CTT ELT_NUC_SS ELT_NUC_SS March June September •9515 Equal Opportunity ELT_NUC_SW Program Specialist ELT_NUC_SW EM_NUC_SS •9517 3-M Coordinator EM_NUC_SS April July October EM_NUC_SW EM_NUC_SW •9518 Naval Leadership ET_NUC_SS (NAVLEAD) Instructor EOD May August November •9519 Navy Drug and Alcohol ET ET_NUC_SW Counselor ET_NUC_SS MM_NUC_SS June September December •9522 Navy Drug and Alcohol ET_NUC_SW MM_NUC_SW Counselor Intern ET_SS_NAV CTR July October January •9545 Security Guard ET_SS_RF IS •9575 Brig Duty FC August November February FT LN •9580 Command Master Chief IT AWF September December March •9585 Navy Recruiter Canvasser MM_NUC_SS AWV MM_NUC_SW October January April CTR For latest & complete For Complete HM November February May CREO Special Program IS listing and details on CMS- LN contact ID contact your CCC December March June MC your CCC @ @ 03-175-1 Q J-6368 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 NOVEMBER 2009 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Start & last day in seeing your Career Counselor encircled. 1530 1630 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0000 0000 HOLIDAY 1700 1800 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 0500 0500 HOLIDAY 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 0500 0500 29 30 C M S /ID AV AILAB LE F OR A PP LIC A TIO N S Career Wise C M S /ID AV AILAB LE F OR C O M M AN D C O M M EN T S NOVEMBERthe results are available beginning at 1630 on Application the day 2009 9 detailer selection ends and remain posted D ET A ILE R S M A KE S ELE C TIO N S until the next month's requisition scrub C M S /ID R EQ U ISITIO N S C R U B C M S /ID D O W N F O R M AIN TE N A N C E
  10. 10. Visit Air-Wing NO COMPUTER? Intraweb to get J-DIAL US: 6368 more & latest (MENU on your Information dial pad) 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) bryan.j.lewis@cvw11.navy.mill • NC1 Buquo (VFA-41) raymond.buquo@cvw11.navy.mil • NC1 Jordan (VFA-14) joshua.g.jordan@cvw11.navy.mil • NC1 Nicholson (VFA-97) ivoe.w.nicholson@cvw11.navy.mil • MA1 Robbins (VAW-117) douglas.robbins@cvw11.navy.mil • NC1 Wilson (HS-6) chad.wilson@cvw11.navy.mil • NC1 Craig (VFA-86) michele.craig@cvw11.navy.mil • NCC Astro (CVW-11) lazaro.astro@cvw11.navy.mil We are located at 03-175-1-Q onboard USS Nimitz J-Dial 6368. Day & Night Shift service available to all squadron personnel. OPEN 24 HOURS – 7 DAYS A WEEK We Are Now Open Online on Navy Business Hours Cvn68auebnasall_air_wing_shareAIRWING_CAREER_COUNSELORINTRAWEB.htm Click Out the New CCC AIRWING INTRAWEB Send your inputs, corrections or suggestions on CAREER WISE to lazaro.astro@cvw11.navy.mil
  11. 11. Enduring Career Training RELMIN ALTERNATE CLASS TIME IF Brief Topic Subjects ROOM Time DEMANDED Career Programs 1 Navy COOL, USMAP & CMS-ID 13-Nov 1330-1430 1900-2000 Career Programs 2 NIAPS, NKO 13-Nov 1430-1530 2000-2100 Career Counselor Tools 1 NSIPS / CIMS 13-Nov 1530-1630 2100-2200 Post 9-11 GI Bill Transferring, Process & Obligation 20-Nov 1330-1430 1900-2000 Officer's Program 1 OCS & STA-21 20-Nov 1430-1530 2000-2100 Officer's Program 2 LDO 20-Nov 1530-1630 2100-2200 Career Counselor Tools 2 Fleetride & Fltmps 27-Nov 1330-1430 1900-2000 PCS & Negotiating for Orders CMS-ID, Detailing Tactics 27-Nov 1430-1530 2000-2100 Navigating NKO Courses, 27-Nov 1530-1630 2100-2200 Pre-Sep Separation & Transition 4-Dec 1330-1630 2000-2100 Success Workshop Career Programs 11-Dec 1330-1630 1900-2000 Retirement Ceremony Conducting a ceremony 18-Dec 1330-1430 1900-2100 Global Force Career Workshop: DON’T GET WIRED-OUT. SUBSCRIBE TO SUCCESS. Move up & discover the new tools to make Find Out What You’re Missing in your your future in the Navy better. Know the programs available for you. Take Career through Wise Information advantage of the series tools that Navy have invested to take your career to the next level. Attend these Airwing Career Workshop by the CCC Airwing Headquarters Team. Sign up now. Whether your E1 or O6 you are welcome to attend. This course is interactional & based on the latest instructions from the Navy & for those who can’t deal with just reading it. Email the Global Force ready Counselors at: cvw- InTh Bro nEd on: is w iti • hli ht fro Hig g s m 11nc@cvw11.navy.mil CCC S posi m ym u • s t ratonofP Re o i CS •P 9 G B l ost -11 I il •NA VADM INS JULY 09 Vol 3 . 5 • ACE s c dul NCP he e UPDATED Navy Couns elo rs Symposi um Hi ghl ights N a vyw i d C o mma nd C a r ee r C ou nsel o s a d f ew C o ma d Ma st er C h e f g t he r d f or a nu a t r a ni ng a nd s mp siu m e r n m n i s a e n l i y o l a s Jun e 15 19 a t - nd d scu s e d m p r t nt n f r ma i on a b ut u t ur e a nd c ur r en t N vy C a r ee r s su e Mo t ha ve a e a y i i o a i o t o f a I s. s lr d b e e p oste d h r ou g N A V D MI . But r e d som e of h e h ig li g ts i nsi e t hi s i ssue o r g d r ect l y t o h is li nk f or c om p et e n t h A N a t h h d o i t l p r ese nt a i on : htt p //ww w . usnc a or g /21stsym/2 1st s mb r ef s. ht m t : . y i PO 9/11 G.I. 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T he P ost 9 /11 GI B li i s t e mo t co mp e h ensi ve e d ca it o n b ne f t p a ka g is nc e t he Se r c e me mb r s' d o - y h s s r ht u c e s g i c l e Re a j ust me nt A ct , co mm on l kno w n a t he GI B li l o f Ri g s, w hi h wa si ne d i nto a w i n 19 44. d vi e POST 9-11 GI BILL EDITION 9- Ben ef i s f or a c v e d ut y mem ber s t ti f •T he Po st - /11 GI B li w i l c ov er p a yme nt o f tu t o n a nd f e s o r a ct iv e d ut y ser vic e me mb er s a t t en d g a p ub l c 9 ii e f n i i nst i t t io of hig he r l ea r in g eit h er o n c a i u n n , mp us o r o il ne . n yo •I f a ser vi ce me mb er s a ki g c our se s u s ng Tui on A s ta nce ( TA , t e Po st 9 /11 GI Bi l w i l p a f o r the a mo unt o i t n i t i ssi ) h - y f u i t i t o n a d f ee s h a a e n ot cov er e d b TA . n t t r y Ben ef i s f or q ua i f e d ve t r an s or qu al f i ed de en de nt s t l i e i p •F or v et e r ns a nd t he ir d p end en t , t he Po st 9 /11 GI B li w i l c ov er t ui o n a nd f ee s, not t oe xc ee d the h ig he st a e s - ti Cop e e a il she d ch a g s f r i n- st a e u nd er g a u a e t ui t o n r t e a a p ub il ci n s i t ut io n of hi g er l ea r ni g n t e st t e wh er e st b r e o t r d t i a t t h n i h a Stipulation: This unauthorized guide is a simplification of Post-911 GI Bill for Active duty AIRWING personnel . h t e ve t r a o r d ep en d nt i a ten d ng sc ho ol . e n e s t i Every single Sailors have different entitlements towards this benefit and it is recommended that they contact • The p r og r a wi l a s o p a a mo nt hl y h ousi ng a l ow a nc e b a d o t h eB a i A l ow a nc e f o H usi g f or a n E - m l l y se n s c r o n 5 w t h d ep end e nt s d et e r i n e b y the ZI P co d e of h e i st t uti n o f hi g e l e a ni ng i f the b en ef i ci a y is en r oll e d i m d t n i o h r r r the VA directly for their actual entitlements. – NCC(AW/SCW) Astro, CVW-11, Command Career Counselor mor e t h a h a f t ime w th a e a on e co ur se n a t a d t o na c a o m se t n g S er vi ce me mb er s ma a s o n l i t l st i r ii l l ssr o t i . y l r ece i ve a b oo k a d sup p ie s st p e nd o f u p o $1, 000 p e a a d mi y ea . n l i t r c e c r Requirement for Entitlements How To Start ed r Ta nsf er a bi i t y l •S a o r a r now a b e o t r nsf e b ne f t s t o t he i r d p nd en s . Tr a e r b l t yh a s b ee n on e of t he mo st r eq u est e il s e l t a r e i e e t ns f a i i d •Do your homework, read this entire guide (use index b nef i t f r om t he f l eet a d f a l ya d voc a cy g o up s. e s n mi r id •Dates and service status for each period of military service is •T o q a f y f or t r a sf er a li t y , h e se vi ce m e u li n b i t r mb e r mus t ha ve se r ved a ea st si xy ea r s o n a t ve d ut y o r i nth e Se e ct ed t l c i l page below) & visit or click all the BLUE suggested links. vis l Re s r e must c o mmi t o a ot he r f o ur yea r s a nd mu st b e o na c t ve d y o n A g st 1, 2009 . ev , t n i ut u u used to determine your percentage of entitlement. •Read the entire Navy Instruction on GI Bill starting with • I a se r i c m emb e r e t r e s p r or t o A g s 1, 200 9, b ut ha a ct iv e d t ys er vi ce a f e r Se p e mb r 11 , 2 001 , f v e r i i u ut s u t t e Gu the NAVADMIN (See Page 2): t hey a r el g b e f o r b en ef it s, b ut no t t r a f e r b il t y. e i i l ns a •The Post-9/11 GI Bill benefit level is based on your http://www.npc.navy.mil/NR/rdonlyres/A7D300A1- A di t o na l i o r at i on d i nf m aggregate qualifying active duty service, which is total e A899-40F7-A116-1399A740258F/0/NAV09187.txt •W hi e t h e Post - 9/1 1GI Bi l p r vi d e xce l en t b en ef t s, so me se r ce mem b r s a d v eter a s w li b e ne if t mo r e und e r l o es i vi e n n service, including separate periods. •Register & submit your specific questions to verify your o he r p r g a ms. Th e d ci sio n on w h c h p og r a t o u e d p nd s o n in d vid u a f a t o r , i nc u d ng t he t y p o f e d ca t o n t o r e i r m s e e i l c s l i e u i e R I Bil o t r a ni ng t h e b ne if c a y p a ns t p u r u e. r i e ir l o s record based on your Social Security number at: •T ui o n f or p og r a ms f r om p ir va t o r g r a ua t e scho o s t a e xce ed the hi g st e st b il shed c a g e f r p ub il c, i n- ti r e d l h t he a h r s o Active Duty Completed after Percentage of (See Page 3) https://www.gibill2.va.gov/vba/ t s a t e und e r r a ua t e t uit io n ma y b o f e t t hr o ug h t he Y el ow Ri b b n p r g r a . g d e f s l o o m September 10, 2001 Maximum Amount Register & login yourself to verify your entitlements at: •N A V A MI N 18 7/09 o ut il ne s P o - 9/11 GI B li e l g b il t y r eq i em e nt s a nd b en e f t . D st i i ur is Payable th https://www.gibill.va.gov/wave (See Page 4) •If you are planning to transfer your benefits, register on CV W 1 C a - 1 ree rWise: W hat You Need to Kn w. We j s t“ S it O for you r o the FWD o u ort ut” f m At least 36 months 100% this site (See Page 5) https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/TEB/c OVE R O L AD. T al to you C ommand Career Counselors for more det i s . k r al for 911 G At least 30 continuous days on 100% onsent?continueToUrl=%2FTEB%2F active duty and discharged due to service-connected disability •For questions dealing on Navy GI Bill benefits read the Latest NAVADMIN & BUPERSINST: 30 months to 36 months 90% http://www.npc.navy.mil/NR/rdonlyres/DA18A55D- Ask ost- DC2E-41B9-836B-B893E5F6E6C6/0/17801A.pdf 24 months to 30 months 80% C C C PO C (A ir W in g ) 23 18 months to 24 months 70% C o mp a riso n 8, 13 E xte ns io n 10- 12 12 months to 18 months 60% Contact your Squadron Command Career G I Bill We b site 4 Index / Page Guide P 6 months to 12 months 50% M ax im ize G I Bill 14, 16 M o n tg o m e ry G I Bill (Be tt e r) 8 90 days to 6 months 40% N AV AD M I N 17- 22 N PC We bsite 2 Have Already Used GI Bill O b lise rv e 10- 12 •If you have used benefits under one or more VA education programs, you may be entitled to additional benefits under another program. •For example, an individual who has remaining entitlement P ay m e n t / Ho w M u c h ? P ho ne o r C o nt ac t A pp lic atio n ( Po st 9 -1 1 ) R e fe re n c e s R e q u ire m e n ts (N a v y ) 1, 7, 16 18 5 16, 19 1, 17-22 Counselor to Get a 2009 Career Wise NOVEMBER Monthly Copy 12 under the Montgomery GI Bill can exhaust that entitlement Sc h o o l A pp lic a tio n 15 and may still receive up to an additional 12 months under St at e (Lo c a tio n ) R ate s 9, 16 the Post-9/11 GI Bill. See Page 4 to find out how much you got left. V A W e b site 4-5 Ye llo w R ibb o n 15
  12. 12. SHIPMATE, TIME FLIES. USE IT WISELY. OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S 1 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 26 27 28 29 30 31 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 28 29 30 31 30 JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 30 31 MAY APRIL M T W T F S S M T W T F S S 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Career Wise NOVEMBER 2009 12

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