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Title: SUBMARINE OFFICER


1
SUBMARINE OFFICER COMMUNITY STATUS
CDR Chris Cavanaugh Submarine Officer Assignments
Branch Head Submarine XO/Post-XO Detailer (PERS
421)
2
Community Status Brief PERS 42 Introductions
CAPT CHIP JAENICHEN Division Director CAPT
DENNIS WHITE Deputy/CO Detailer CDR CHRIS
CAVANAUGH Branch Head/XO Detailer LCDR DAVID
COE Post-DH Detailer LCDR JOHN HALE DH
Detailer LT JOE FONTENOT DO Shore Detailer LT
BRAD BOYD DO Sea Detailer LT SCOTT MURPHY New
Accessions Detailer CDR NITO BLAS CDR Above
LDO Detailer LCDR ED CALLAHAN LCDR Below LDO
Detailer
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Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

4
Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

5
Current Events Whats New?
  • Navy-wide manning
  • Overmanned…but still not enough to fill all shore
    billets
  • Resignation/retirement withdrawals difficult
  • PRT readiness waivers unlikely
  • Submarine Force manning
  • Missed DH numbers for YG01 and YG02
  • 30K/yr bonus
  • Ballston Spa shutdown
  • Other rumors?
  • Detailer visit schedule
  • Stay plugged in at www.npc.navy.mil

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Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

7
Submarine Officer Career Path Overview
8
Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

9
Detailing The Process
  • PRD (Projected Rotation Date) establishes the
    playing field
  • Agreed upon by PERS-42 and your chain of command
  • May depend on getting a relief
  • Detailing triad
  • Slating process
  • Done at nearly every level
  • Ensures the triad is balanced
  • Fairest process
  • Nomination process
  • High visibility assignments
  • Give every officer the opportunity to screen and
    promote!

PRD
10
DO Shore Detailing The Slate
  • ALL known jobs are listed
  • Some jobs may change while the slate is open due
    to changes in requirements, PRDs, etc.
  • Non-traditional shore duty assignments are listed
    while still available (more on this later…)

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DO Shore Detailing Non-Traditional Shore Duties
  • Examples
  • Split Tour to a VA-Class NEWCON
  • DESRON, ESG, CCSG
  • Unaccompanied tours in Bahrain, GTMO, or on GSA
  • Prototype Shift ENG
  • Benefits
  • Qualified volunteers lock in their preference
  • Follow-on option
  • Pick off the slateORhomeport assignment
    guarantee
  • Some PG School curricula
  • War College
  • Follow-on for prototype is the third year
    optionORhomeport assignment guarantee

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DO Shore Detailing Follow-On Guarantees
6-12 months
24 months
Training/DO Sea Tour
GSA
51 month average
12-18 months
18-24 months
  • Factors in determining
  • follow-on tour length
  • SOAC gate
  • 36 month nuclear
  • proficiency reqs

DESRON/CCSG/ PHIBRON/GTMO/BAHRAIN/GSA
12-18 months
18-24 months
DESRON/CCSG/ PHIBRON
Start of Active Duty Service
DO Sea Tour Complete 50-60 Months
SOAC Gate 86 months
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DO Shore Detailing Keys to Success
  • Work with your chain of command
  • Know your PRD
  • Someone in your chain of command has first-hand
    knowledge about the jobs on the slate (or knows
    someone who does)
  • Make sure the CO/XO understand your preferences
  • Work with your detailer
  • Check the slate periodicallyit changes
  • Call and/or e-mail him!
  • Help us define success for you
  • Explain your preferences
  • Goal All officers one of their top 3 preferences
  • Chain of command provides feedback to PERS 42!

17
Division Officer Retention Recent Shore Slate
Results
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DH Detailing
  • Orders
  • Orders to SOAC Issued 4 - 6 months prior to SOAC
  • Verbal assignment 1 - 2 months prior to SOAC
  • Receive orders to the ship about 3 months into
    SOAC
  • Slate Process
  • 2 - 3 months prior to SOAC, 421B will send an
    email requesting preferences
  • Receive tentative assignment about 1-2 months
    prior to class convening
  • Billets
  • CHANGES OCCURbut the majority actually move up
    the preference list
  • Goal All officers have a forward-deployed
    mission
  • and a strategic deterrence patrols before
    command

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Post-DH Shore Detailing
  • Types of Assignments
  • Waterfront support (Squadron, Inspection Teams,
    SSP)
  • War Colleges
  • Joint billets
  • Concentration Areas
  • Washington, DC
  • Norfolk
  • Pearl Harbor
  • NPS OA/FM Subspecialty pay-back tours

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XO Detailing
  • 421A determines class members 6 months out
  • E-mail notification of class members
  • Provide inputs per the example on the NPC website
  • 421 slates the class
  • All records reviewed in detail
  • Balance experience between CO and XO
  • Last chance to ensure officers have
    forward-deployed operating experience and
    strategic deterrence patrol experience

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Post-XO Shore Detailing
  • Types of Assignments
  • Major staffs
  • Joint duty
  • War Colleges
  • Concentration Areas
  • Washington, DC
  • Omaha
  • Nuclear jobs
  • MTS OIC (x2)
  • Force Nuclear Power Officer (x2)
  • NRLL (x2)

22
Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

23
Promotion and Screening Boards Board Preparations
  • NPC Website one stop shopping for Promotion
    Board information
  • Determine eligible officers
  • Promotion Zones promulgated via NAVADMIN each
    December
  • Lineal number and name of SIZ, JIZ and Junior
    Eligible for each rank and community
  • Prior to each board, the list of eligible
    officers is available at the website
  • Once the board is complete, approved and released
  • Promotions promulgated via NAVADMIN
  • Use precedence number and phasing plan guidance
    to determine when you will be promoted
  • Monthly promotions authorized via NAVADMIN

Review your record 4 months prior to a board.
Each officer is responsible for ensuring his own
record is complete!
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Promotion and Screening Boards Board Preparations
  • Only the officer can pass information to Board
  • All information must include endorsing cover
    letter from the MBR
  • Letters, FITREPS, awards, etc.
  • For the LCDR (O-4) Board ensure your Jan 31
    FITREP is faxed into the board if you are IZ
  • If in doubt, SEND IT TO THE BOARD.
  • NAVADMIN 103/07 Requirement for Officer
    Photographs in Official Military Personnel File

Information sent directly to the board will not
be used to update your permanent record.
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Promotion and Screening Boards BUPERS Online
  • Verify FITREP continuity
  • Check OSR/PSR
  • View orders
  • NEW Web Enabled Record Review

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Promotion and Screening Boards Board Preparations
Address and Phone Numbers for Correspondence
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Promotion and Screening Boards Board Preparations
Check on status of your submission
29
Promotion and Screening Boards Record Corrections
Information on permanently correcting your record
30
Contacts for updating Your awards
31
Promotion and Screening Boards DH Screening
Opportunity
PROJECTED
Returned to 1-look, all-qualified process in
Nov 08
  • Categories
  • Screened for DH assignment
  • Not cleared for DH (Loss of Nuclear Quals/Bonus
    and CONSUBPAY eligibility)

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Promotion and Screening Boards O-4 Promotion
Opportunity
URL Promotion Opportunity
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Promotion and Screening Boards XO Screening
Opportunity
Once an officer screens for XO (or XOSS),
document his screening for XO in his FITREP.
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Promotion and Screening Boards O-5 Promotion
Opportunity
URL Promotion Opportunity
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Promotion and Screening Boards XOSS Promotion
Opportunity
  • An average of 15 officers per YG screen XOSS
  • An average of 5 XOSS officers are called up or
    screen on 4th look
  • An average of 10 XOSS officers per YG remain
    assignable to XO/OIC type billets prior to IZ
    look for Commander
  • Billets identified as OIC, XO, or XO Equivalent
    are looked upon favorably by promotion boards
  • OIC NAUTILUS
  • OIC USNSE Naples
  • NSTCP ENG Det Pearl
  • XO NSTF Norfolk
  • XO DSU
  • NNPTC Dept Director (x2)
  • Ensure comments like OIC, XO, and Acting CO
    are included in FITREPS.
  • NPTU Operations Officer
  • XO PCU (SSN 774 Class) (x2)
  • XO FBM Test Unit
  • SUBGRU8REP Northwood UK
  • XO NSTCPAC

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Promotion and Screening Boards CO Screening
Opportunity
PROJECTED
Once an officer screens for CO (or COSS),
document screening for CO in his FITREP.
2ND
1ST
3RD
FY-10 BOARD
50
30
20
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Promotion and Screening Boards O-6 Promotion
Opportunity
URL Promotion Opportunity
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Promotion and Screening Boards COSS Promotion
Opportunity
  • An average of 3-4 COSS officers per year called
    up to CO
  • Many post-deputy command tours available
  • NSSC/SSSU (5)
  • PCU OIC
  • DSU
  • FBM Test Unit
  • Yorktown
  • NRD (1 or 2)
  • NSSF NLON
  • SUBTRAFAC NORFOLK
  • SLC DET SAN DIEGO

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Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

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IA/GSA Assignments Breaking the Myths
  • 798 Post-DOs on shore duty
  • 44 Submarine Officers on IA/GSA
  • 31 LTs currently on IA/GSA
  • 15 more officers under to IA/GSA, (10 LTs)
  • Demand is for high quality officers
  • IAs not normally selected from a sea command, PG
    School, Joint/Nuclear shore duties
  • Assignment process is transitioning
  • IA TDY from current assignment 40
  • GSA PCS assigned by detailer 60
  • IA/GSA assignments get special consideration
    during boards

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Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

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Graduate Education Many Options
  • 35 quotas at Naval Post Graduate School (NPS)
  • USNA Grad Ed and Teaching (GE-T)
  • 6 USNA Company Officer Billets
  • Scholarship and Fellowship Programs
  • MIT Woods Hole, Olmstead, etc.
  • War College (Navy, AF, Army, Marine Corps, ICAF,
    NDU)
  • Navy is now allowing upwardly mobile LTs to
    attend
  • 71 1120 Officers Billeted at NROTC Units (50 DOs)
  • Tuition Assistance available to all
  • Covers tuition/fees up to 250/credit hour not to
    exceed 750/course for up to 16 credit hours a
    semester.

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Graduate Education GEV Program
  • Eligibility
  • URL O-3 to O-5 with no previous masters degree
  • Shore duty assignment supports time available
  • Sustained superior performer
  • Covers up to 20K/year for 2 years used for Navy
    Relevant Masters Degree
  • OBLISERVE
  • 3 months OBLISERVE for every 1 month of GEV
    received
  • Max OBLISERVE is 3 Years
  • Request GEV quota by formal letter to PERS-42 via
    Commanding Officer (NAVADMIN 306/03)
  • NPS must certify program as leading to a
    subspecialty

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Graduate Education More Options
  • Wharton School MBA
  • Tuition and fees reimbursed via GEV (actual costs
    will exceed 20k)
  • Wharton EMBA program an option for DC
  • Program not Navy sponsored, must coordinate with
    local command
  • Old Dominion University
  • Twelve credit hours towards any Engineering
    Masters Degree
  • Catholic University - Washington D.C.
  • Twelve credit hours toward the required 30
    credits for a Masters in Engineering Management
  • NPS Masters in Mechanical Engineering (Puget
    Area)
  • NPS Distance Learning EMBA Program
  • Offered in Norfolk, San Diego, and Washington D.C.

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Graduate Education Post-9/11 GI Bill
  • Requires 90 days active duty service in good
    standing
  • Provides a tiered benefit based on length of
    service (see table)
  • Provides entitlement for 36 months (in general)
  • Full details available at www.gibill.va.gov

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Community Status Brief Outline
  • Current Events
  • Submarine Officer Career Path
  • Detailing
  • Promotion and Screening Boards
  • IA/GSA Assignments
  • Graduate Education
  • Pay and Bonuses

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Pay and Bonuses Nuclear Officer Incentive Pay
  • Changes
  • Extended COPAY eligibility from 26 YCS to 30 YCS,
    details in NAVADMIN 104/08
  • Bonus increase to 30,000 in OCT 08 Details in
    NAVADMIN 252/08
  • 22,000 AIB for all O6s Available now!
  • 22,000 AIB for all O6s beyond 30 YCS on
    retire/retain Available now!
  • Follow-on initiatives
  • Allow longer term (6/7 year) COPAY contracts
    (proposal)

Legislative Limit Current
Rate COPAY 30,000
17,500/30,000 AIB 22,000
12,500/22,000 LDO AIB 14,000
10,000 ACCESSION 30,000 17,000
SSIP 200,000 10,000/11,000/12,000
Cumulative over career
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Pay and Bonuses Submarine Support Incentive Pay
  • Eligibility requirements
  • Will not complete more than 25 years of active
    service
  • Previously nuclear qualified and hold an 1120
    designator
  • O-4, O-5, or O-6
  • No pending or approved lateral transfer requests
  • Did not lose nuclear qualifications through DFC
    or refusal of nuclear orders
  • Payment structure
  • 10K/11K/12K per year for one, two, or three
    year contract respectively
  • Governing reference is NAVADMIN 194/03

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Pay and Bonuses 2009 Compensation
BAH an average of submarine homeport rates NOIP
at 30,000 Medical/Dental/Retirement benefits not
included Other special pays not included (FSA,
CSP, IDP, etc)
Over 6
Over 10
Over 22
Over 14
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Pay and Bonuses Retirement Pay

High Three rule utilized
Affects officers with prior enlisted service
time
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Pay and Bonuses 30-Years Cumulative Amount
Cumulative Bonus and Special Pay x1000
Aviator CVN CO Track
SWO(N)
Submarine
Aviator
SWO
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SUBMARINE OFFICER COMMUNITY STATUS
Questions?
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Backup Slides Career Path Gates
  • SOAC Gate 7 YCS (Jul)
  • PXO Gate (start SCC)
  • 13 YCS (Apr) YG 97
  • 13 YCS (Jan) YG 98
  • 12 YCS (Oct) YG 99
  • 12 YCS (Jul) YG 00 and later
  • PCO (start pipeline)
  • 17 YCS (Apr) YG 91
  • 17 YCS (Jan) YG 92
  • 16 YCS (Sep) YG 93
  • 16 YCS (Jul) YG 94 and later

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Post 9/11 GI Bill (Not yet approved)
  • Eligibility
  • Minimum 90 consecutive days on active duty since
  • 11 SEP 2001
  • 3 years active duty post 9/11 for full benefit
    (after initial obligated service)
  • Benefits
  • Payment indexed to full in-state tuition for
    public schools
  • 1200/month stipend
  • Up to 1000/year Books and Fees
  • Benefit Transferability
  • Served at least 6 years and who agree to serve at
    least another 4 years may transfer unused
    entitlement to their dependents (spouse or
    child).

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HAP
  • Homeowners Assistance Program
  • Homeowners who face a loss due to BRAC expanded
    as part of American Recovery and Reinvestment
    Act 2009
  • PCS Eligibility
  • Specific date of purchase and sale requirements
  • PCS greater than 50 miles
  • (policy guidance still in progress)
  • Works in three ways
  • Reimbursement for part of loss due to selling
    home
  • Government can buy home
  • Assistance for default on mortgage
  • http//hap.usace.army.mil/

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Intrastation Moves due to Foreclosure
  • NAVADMIN 281/08- FUNDED MOVE FOR RENTERS
    DISPLACED BY LANDLORD FORECLOSURE
  • A member who relocates, or whose dependents
    residing at an alternate place of residence
    relocate, from leased or rented private housing,
    by reason of a foreclosure action against the
    landlord, is authorized a funded local move
  • Personnel subject to this action should apply for
    a local move from their installation military
    housing office. The housing officer should issue
    a letter of authorization, complete with fund
    cite. The member should then provide this
    authorization to the supporting personal property
    shipping officer (PPSO) to schedule a move.

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Backup Slides PERS 42 Website
  • School Schedules (Pipelines, SOAC, PXO, PCO)
  • Engineers Exam (PNEO) Schedules
  • DO Slate
  • Graduate Education Information
  • Nuclear Officer Incentive Pay (NOIP) program
    status and frequently asked questions
  • Information on Pay Initiatives
  • Latest Detailing Port visit and Screening Board
    Schedules
  • www.npc.navy.mil
  • Search on Officer Assignments and PERS-42
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