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Title: FY03 ED Community Recruiting Brief


1
Engineering Duty

2
Todays Goal
  • Who are EDOs?
  • Roles we play
  • What we do
  • Why become an EDO
  • Ask Questions ?
  • Non Attribution

3
EDs Represent lt1.5 of Navys Officer Corps
4
The ED Communitys Role
  • To Sustain Combat Readiness and Build a Fleet for
    the Future the Navy requires a cadre of
    specialized, career naval officers who have
  • Operational Experience
  • Technical Education and Experience
  • EDOs get Masters Degrees from NPS or MIT
  • Business Savvy and Education
  • Navy / DoD processes
  • Industry / Business processes
  • Leadership skills
  • Large CIVPERS organizations
  • Peers of Industry Leaders

5
Shipbuilding
Building the Fleet of the Future...
6
CVN New Construction
7
Ship Overhaul, Repair, Conversion, Maintenance
Sustaining the Fleet of Today 75 of the
313-ship Navy is in service right now!
8
Engineer, Develop, Acquire and Provide Fleet
Support to Combat Weapon Systems
Not just ships, but weapons and weapon systems
too
9
Looking Ahead
CVN-78 Class
DDG 1000
LCS
LPD-17
VIRGINIA Class Submarine
10
Future USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78)
Integrated Island
Improved Weapon Material Handling
Enhanced Ship Self Defense
Smaller Island Re-Positioned Aft Outboard
Composite Mast
Heavy Unrep
Outboard Weapons Elevators
ESSM
MFR/VSR
JPALS
Advanced Arresting Gear
Improved Survivability
Zonal Electrical Distribution System
New Propulsion Plants
All Electric Aux Services
Hangar Bays (2)
Aircraft Elevators (3)
New Propulsion/Electric Plant
Enlarged Flight Deck Footprint Pit Stop
4 EMALS Advanced JBDs
Enhanced Flight Deck
Graphic Courtesy of NGSB
11
Additional Areas of Expertise
Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense
C4ISR
Diving Salvage
And Others
12
Where Navy EDs Serve
EDs provide Warfare-Qualified, Uniformed
Leadership in primarily civilian fields (800
officers lead workforce of gt 70,000 civilians
about 1.2 of total)
  • Fleet Maintenance ( 50)
  • Shipyards, Tenders RMCs
  • Fleet TYCOM Staffs
  • Acquisition Program Management ( 25)
  • PEOs
  • Construction SUPSHIPS
  • Engineering Technology ( 25)
  • Warfare Centers
  • HQ Directorates
  • National Missions
  • Diving Salvage
  • Strategic Systems
  • Missile Defense

By billet AQD
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Typical Engineering Duty Officer
  • Warfare qualified individual
  • Laterally Transfers into ED Community
  • Engineering Duty Option Program
  • USNA
  • ROTC
  • ED Qualification Process begins
  • Designated as 146x
  • Technical Masters in Approved Curriculum (2-3
    years)
  • NPS or MIT
  • Completion of ED Basic School (5 weeks)
  • Successful ED qualification tour (2-3 years)
  • Completion of lean exercise and oral exam
  • Upon qualification, designated as 144x
  • Becomes member of Acquisition Corps

14
Postgraduate Curricula
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Career Planning/Mentoring
  • EDOs are mentored throughout their careers to
    ensure they have the necessary experience,
    qualifications, and education required to fill
    Critical Acquisition billets.
  • Formal mentor groups established based on career
    path and ultimate career goal. Mentor groups
    include maintenance (Naval Shipyard and RMC),
    platform (sub/carrier/surface) acquisition, as
    well as C4I and Combat Systems development and
    acquisition
  • Formal guidance signed by COMNAVSEA in 2007
  • All EDOs mentored quarterly.
  • Flags mentor CAPTs, CAPTs mentor CDRs , CDRs
    mentor LCDRs and LTs.
  • The EDO Community developed a career planner for
    officers to utilize when planning their careers.
  • Reviewed during mentoring sessions.

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Paths to becoming an EDO
  • ED Option
  • Start career knowing you want to be an EDO
  • Begin as a 1165E/1175E Surface ED/Submarine ED
    Option
  • Earn your warfare qualification
  • Exercise your option
  • Lateral Transfer
  • Choose to become an EDO later in career
  • Apply to lateral transfer board at some point
    after warfare qualification
  • Come over and jump right in!
  • All EDOs
  • Are sent to Post-Graduate School (MIT or Navy PG
    School)

18
Additional Information
  • Engineering Duty Officer Web Page
  • http//www.npc.navy.mil/Officer/Pers44/Engineering
    Duty/
  • Engineering Duty Officer New Accessions Detailer
    (PERS-445D)
  • Navy Personnel Command
  • 5720 Integrity Dr.
  • Millington, TN 38055-4450
  • (901) 874-3085
  • edoinfo_at_navy.mil

19
Questions?
Contact Info CDR Doug Lemon Code 152 PMR CVN
RCOH 757-380-7572 Supervisor of Shipbuilding
Conversion and Repair Newport News, VA
20
Backup Slides
21
VA Tech MBA
22
Ship Overhaul, Repair, Conversion, Maintenance
23
Engineer, Develop, and Provide In-Service Fleet
Support to Complex Combat Weapon Systems
24
Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense
Engagement
ForwardAt SeaOn Patrol
Cooperative Development
25
Strategic Systems Programs
26
DDG 1000 Program Office
27
LPD-17 Program Office
28
Carrier Programs
In-Service Carriers New Construction Refueling
Complex Overhaul In-Service Support
Next Generation CVN
29
VIRGINIA Program Office
30
Command, Control, Communications, Computers and
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
31
ED Sea Billets
32
Diving Salvage SUPSALV
National Asset and World Leader SEA 00C
Space Shuttle Columbia Search and Recovery 2003
  • Search Recovery
  • 20 Aircraft/Missile/Torpedoes Salvaged in FY06
  • Space Shuttle Columbia Challenger
  • Ehime Maru
  • Alaska Air 261
  • TWA Flight 800
  • USAF Titan IV Missiles (2)
  • 15 operations per year
  • Oil Spill Response
  • Largest inventory of ocean spill response
    equipment in world
  • Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • USS MISSISSINEWA Oil Removal
  • Puerto Rico spill response
  • EXXON VALDEZ
  • Ship Salvage,Towing, and Heavy Lift
  • Hurricanes Katrina and Rita response (475 Ships
    Salvaged)
  • Russian DSRV Priz Rescue Assistance
  • Ex-USS ORISKANY (CV/CVA 34)
  • USS COLE (DDG 67)
  • F/V Ehime Maru
  • 45 operations per year
  • Assist to USCG averts environmental disasters
  • Underwater Ship Repair
  • Procedures/Technology Development
  • Ship Design four Underwater Repair
  • 90 operations per year
  • Avoid need for emergency drydock
  • Up to 201 Return on Investment

USS OGDEN (LPD 5) Underwater welding repairs to
bow plate
USS HARTFORD (SSN 768) emergent rudder repair.
  • Diving/Certification
  • USN Lead Service for Diving
  • USN Diving Manual Decompression
  • Table used worldwide
  • Navy Experimental Diving Unit
  • One of a kind in the world
  • Equipment Development Procurement
  • Certification Authority for all of DoD

Empire, LA Hurricane Katrina 2005
33
Diving Salvage Waterfront Operations
Underwater Ship Husbandry
Fleet Salvage Officer
FY-06 Submarine Repair WSQ-9/OTAA replacements
(5) Retractable Bow Planes (6) Partial Arch
Bearing Replacements (6) Propeller Repair
(1) Stern Plane Repair (1) Stave Bearing
Replacements (2) Propeller Caps (3) Bearing
Inspection and Cleaning (2) Dry Dock Support
(2) Secondary Propulsion Motors (4) FY-06
Surface Ship Repair APU Repairs (7) Fin
Stabilizers (13) Propeller Repair (5) SPVA Repair
(5) Misc Repairs (5) Shaft Repairs (3) Rudder
Repairs (4)
USS PRINCETON (CG 59) Northern Arabian Gulf
USNS NIAGARA FALLS (T-AFS 3) Off Palau
In Water Retractable Bow Plane Repair.
USS COLE (DDDG 67) Heavy Lift
USS TRUMAN (CVN 75) In Water Prop Replacement
USS KINKAID (DD 965) Straits of Malacca
SR-71 Blackbird Recovery Off Luzon
USS SAMUEL B ROBERTS (FFG 58) Persian Gulf
USS JARRETT (FFG 33) In Water APU Replacement
USS JOHN S MCCAIN (DDG 56) In Water SPVA Repair.
CH-53E Off Luzon
USS BATAAN (LHD 5) In Water Prop Replacement
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NASA STS-115 Atlantis (September 9-21, 2006)
  • CAPT Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper (1440 Diver)
  • Major salvage projects include
  • Development of salvage plan for the Peruvian Navy
    salvage of the Peruvian submarine PACOCHA
  • De-stranding of the tanker EXXON HOUSTON, off the
    coast of Barber's Point, on the island of Oahu,
    Hawaii.
  • Completed two space-walks during STS-115.
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