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Good afternoon to all,

Please see attachment describing all AMM duties as defined by PERS.

V/R

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Subject: BILLET BASED DISTRIBUTION (BBD) ACTIVITY MANNING MANGER (AMM) DUTIES

All,

                Attached you will find a newly produced, compact listing of the duties for your Activity Manning Managers (AMMs) on a daily, weekly and monthly basis, which was created by the Navy Personnel Command (NPC) as an easy to use reference guide for the AMMs.  Request pass the attachment to your installations and activities for their use.  Any questions, please let either myself or

Very Respectfully,

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RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN supersedes NAVADMIN 079/17, and announces
policy and guidance updates for the FY-18 Meritorious Advancement
Program (MAP) season.
2. MAP Intent. As a part of Sailor 2025 and our continuing efforts
to modernize personnel systems and processes, this NAVADMIN provides
policy and guidance for the FY-18 MAP Season for Active Component
(AC) and Full-Time Support (FTS) Sailors. Policy, guidance, and
quota distribution for Selected Reserve will be outlined in a future
all Navy Reserve message. We continue to refine and improve the
program to further empower command triads to recognize their most
highly talented Sailors through immediate advancement. Changes this
season include:
a. Increasing the total number of MAP quotas. The added
flexibility and increased importance of MAP will account for
approximately 15 percent of all E4-E6 advancements this year.
b. Allowing multiple meritorious certification letter (MCL)
submissions to provide maximum flexibility for commands. Commands
have the ability to provide multiple MCLs this season in order to
promptly advance their Sailors. This ensures commands do not hold
up MAP advancements to finalize the selects from their command.
c. Allowing commands to use E4 quotas to advance any E1-E3
Sailors to the next higher paygrade on a one-for-one basis. This
will allow commands to recognize their best performers and advance
Sailors to all paygrades E6 and below.
d. Reducing the 2-year time-in-rate (TIR) to 1-year TIR for E6
MAP candidates with the additional ability for commands to select
Sailors with no-TIR through Budget Submitting Officer
(BSO)/designated Echelon 2 endorsement. Nuclear-trained Sailors
(EMN, ETN, and MMN) must complete at least 2 years as an E5 before
being eligible for advancement to E6. Commands that select Sailors
with no-TIR will require a BSO/Echelon 2 endorsed letter to
accompany the MCL.
3. Fleet Feedback. These modifications are the result of the close
partnership with Navy leadership and the MAP strategic working
group, which is comprised of senior enlisted leaders across the
Fleet. The strategic working group assessed lessons learned from
FY-17 and Sailor feedback to ensure command leadership triads are
provided even greater opportunity and flexibility. As outlined in
subparagraph 6c, commanding officers (CO) are highly encouraged to
meritoriously advance highly deserving frocked Sailors to make their
advancement effective immediately.
4. Community Health. Navy must balance rating community health and
provide Sailors with advancement opportunity across all three
advancement cycles two Navy Wide Advancement Exams (NWAE) and one
MAP Season.
a. To ensure communities remain healthy, commands that wish to
nominate a Sailor in a controlled rate must submit their request via
their chain of command to their BSO/Echelon 2 commands for
consideration. BSO/Echelon 2 commands remain the approval authority
for controlled rate requests. Requests not approved by the
BSO/Echelon 2 command will be returned to the originating command,
which can use the MAP quota to advance an alternate Sailor in a non-
controlled rate.
b. The following rates, by component, are controlled for the
FY-18 MAP Season (i.e., BSO/Echelon 2 approval required to be MAP
advanced into the rates listed):
(1) AC: AWS1, BM1, CSS1, ABF2, ABH2, AD2, AE2, AM2, AME2,
AO2, AT2, CSS2, CTM2, GSE2, MN2, PS2, SH2.
(2) FTS: AME1, AS1, AT1, PR1, AME2, AS2, AT2.
c. A request for a controlled rate quota must be submitted from
the CO, via the chain of command, to their BSO/Echelon 2 command for
approval. Adjudication and notification of the controlled rate
requests by the BSO/Echelon 2 should be made no later than 30 days
upon receipt. A copy of the BSO/Echelon 2 authorization letter must
be submitted as an enclosure with the MCL as directed in paragraph
7. Each BSO/Echelon 2 command is the approval authority for
exceptions to policy (ETP) for their subordinate commands.
5. MAP Quotas. MAP quotas are allocated to both individual
commands and BSO/Echelon 2 commands.
a. Command MAP quotas are calculated based on the eligible E3-
E5 Billets Authorized (BA) at the command level, to include any
subordinate UICs. The specific number of quotas, if any, will
depend on the size of the E3-E5 BA at the command level, to include
BA at both the parent and subordinate unit identification codes
(UIC). At a minimum, a command with at least 15 E3-E5 BA will
receive a MAP quota at the paygrade with the most billets (e.g., a
command with 5 E3 billets and 10 E4 billets will receive 1 E5
quota). All Sailors assigned to subordinate UICs are eligible for
MAP quotas assigned to the parent command.
b. The BA associated with commands that do not generate MAP
quotas are aggregated and then allocated to the BSO/Echelon 2 for
distribution to any commands within that BSO/Echelon 2, including
the headquarters command.
c. All commands are authorized to request quotas from their
BSO/Echelon 2, via their immediate superior in command (ISIC) and
type commander (TYCOM), whether or not command quotas are
authorized. BSO/Echelon 2s and TYCOMs may issue specific guidance
on due dates or how subordinate commands must request a quota. Each
BSO/Echelon 2 command is the approval authority for ETPs for their
subordinate commands.
d. The list of MAP quotas by UIC can be found on the Navy
Personnel Command (NPC) website at
http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/enlistedcareeradmin/
advancement/pages/map.aspx.
6. MAP Eligibility. MAP is open to all Sailors who meet
advancement eligibility requirements.
a. MAP open season will take place from 1 July 2018 to
31 August 2018. MAP redistribution season will take place from 1
September 2018 to 30 September 2018.
b. The effective date of advancement is based on the date of
the COs MCL but no earlier than 1 July 2018. The date of rate for
E4-E6 MAP candidates will be 1 July 2018 while the date of rate for
E2 and E3 MAP candidates will be the date of the MCL. Commands are
encouraged to begin their MAP selection process and submit their MCL
as early as possible to ensure Sailors are advanced and paid
expeditiously.
c. Sailors can only be meritoriously advanced one paygrade.
Sailors can only be meritoriously advanced once during FY18 MAP
Season. Sailors in a frocked status are not eligible for
advancement to the next higher paygrade until effectively advanced
(i.e., a frocked E5 cannot be meritoriously advanced to E6).
However, COs are authorized and encouraged to MAP frocked Sailors
who were selected for advancement from the Spring 2018, Cycle 239,
NWAE provided they have not reached their effective pay date (i.e.,
a frocked E5 can be meritoriously advanced to E5. Refer to the
profile sheet of the member for effective pay date). Sailors must
have the following TIR in paygrades E1E5 for MAP advancement
eligibility:
(1) E6 1 July 2017 (1 July 2016 for nuclear-trained
Sailors).
(2) E5 and below No TIR requirement.
d. COs may select an E6 MAP candidate with no-TIR through
BSO/Ech 2 endorsement. The command must submit the BSO/Echelon 2
endorsement with the MCL.
e. Sailors must be attached to the MAP authorized command
during the FY-18 MAP season. Projected rotation date change
requests are recommended if a Sailor will transfer prior to the
start of the MAP Season.
f. Professional Apprenticeship Career Track (PACT) Sailors
remain eligible for MAP advancement, provided the Sailor has an
approved quota for rating designation (i.e., approved quota in
Career Waypoints (C-WAY)) via the NWAE or Rating Entry Designation.
MAP advancement is not authorized for PACT Sailors with designation
approval for A-School required ratings.
g. Director, Military Personnel Plans and Policy (OPNAV (N13))
is the determining authority for MAP eligibility ETPs. Any MAP
eligibility ETP request will be submitted to OPNAV (N13) via the
chain of command and copy to Enlisted Career Administration/Enlisted
Boards (PERS-8031). ETPs for nuclear trained Sailors will be routed
to OPNAV (N13) via OPNAV (N133).
7. MAP Validation. Commands will forward their MCL (copy to ISIC
and TYCOM) to PERS-8031 listing their Sailors selected for
meritorious advancement. MCLs must include all required information
including the subordinate UIC the selected Sailor is attached, if
applicable.
a. PERS-8031 will review the record(s) of the selected
Sailor(s) and validate the MCL. If there are no discrepancies PERS-
8031 will inform the command that their MAP selects are valid.
Commands are not authorized to notify Sailor(s) of MAP selection
until receipt of the PERS-8031 validation of the MCL.
b. If discrepancies are discovered, PERS-8031 will invalidate
the MCL and notify the command (copy to ISIC and TYCOM) of the
reason(s) for invalidation. Commands may correct discrepancies and
resubmit or identify new MAP candidates.
c. If the social security number of the member is included on
the MCL, then an encrypted e-mail is required for submission of the
MCL (signed and scanned attachment) to PERS-8031 at advancements-
active(at)navy.mil. The e-mail subject line must include the MAP
UIC. Do not mail in the MCL if it has already been e-mailed. An e-
mail response validating the MCL will be received within 5 business
days of submission.
d. If operational commitments preclude a command from
submitting their MCL prior to the deadline, the command must forward
the MCL with justification to their ISIC/chain of command for
endorsement and further processing through PERS-8031.
8. Quota Redistribution. The BSO/Echelon 2 command has final
authority to determine which command(s) will receive unused quotas
during redistribution season. MAP redistribution season will take
place from 130 September 2018. If awarded a redistributed quota
from the BSO/Echelon 2 Commander, an additional MCL must be
submitted to PERS-8031 as directed in paragraph 7.
9. Quota Substitution. Commands are not authorized to substitute
paygrades for E5 and E6 MAP quotas (e.g., utilize an E6 MAP quota to
advance an E3 Sailor to E4 or vice versa). MAP quotas are
formulated based upon specific BA, thus substitution of quotas may
cause over-execution of advancements at certain paygrades. The only
allowance of quota substitution is that E4 MAP quotas may be used to
advance Sailors to E2 and E3 paygrades. Commands should note that
use of E4 quotas for paygrade E2 and E3 advancements will not result
in a higher number of available quotas (i.e., one E4 quota may be
used for one E2 advancement or one E3 advancement).
10. Subordinate UICs. COs are authorized to utilize MAP quotas at
their subordinate UICs. MAP Quotas are distributed by command UIC
and must be used to advance a Sailor permanently assigned, or
temporary additional duty for greater than 30 days, to that UIC or
subordinate UIC.
11. Navy Recruiting Districts (NRD) are authorized to use one
AC/FTS MAP quota per NRD for reserve Sailors filling Canvasser
Recruiter billets.
12. MAP Website. Example forms and FAQs can be downloaded via the
NPC website at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/career/enlistedcareeradmin/advancement/pages/map.aspx
The list of POCs for each BSO/Echelon 2 command and list of parent
and subordinate UICs can also be found on this website.
13. Point of contact. Navy Personnel Command (PERS-8031) at (901)
874-4457/DNS 882, or via e-mail at advancements-active(at)navy.mil
14. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or
canceled, whichever comes first.
15. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//
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FW: R 021749Z MAY 18 CNO WASHINGTON DC SEPTEMBER 2018 (CYCLE 240) NAVY-WIDE PETTY OFFICER (E4-E6)

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ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS FOR USN, FULL TIME SUPPORT, AND CANVASSER
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NARR/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1430.16F, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED
PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE. REF B IS ALNAV
015/13, PERSONNEL SECURITY INVESTIGATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS.
REF C IS NAVADMIN 215/10, PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND ADVANCEMENT
GUIDANCE FOR INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE SAILORS. REF D IS COMMANDING
OFFICER AUTHORITY TO REINSTATE UP TO E4 RANK AND ELIMINATION OF E4
ADVANCEMENT EXAMS FOR 20 RATINGS WITH ACCELERATED ADVANCEMENT.
REF E IS NAVADMIN 336/07, ADMINISTRATION OF THE NAVY-WIDE
ADVANCEMENT EXAM FOR SAILORS IN IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN, AND THE HORN OF
AFRICA.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the September 2018 (Cycle 240)
Navy-wide advancement examination (NWAE) for advancement in rate of
U.S. Navy (USN), Full Time Support and Canvasser Recruiter Sailors.
a. Exam dates are:
E6 – 6 September 2018
E5 – 13 September 2018
E4 – 20 September 2018
b. In addition to the requirements of reference (a), chapter 6,
and this message, Educational Services Officers (ESO) must follow
the pre-exam preparation requirements in the exam verbatim located
at https://prod.neas.netc.navy.mil.
2. Eligibility Requirements. Eligibility requirements are found in
reference (a), chapter 2, with the following information specific
only to Cycle 240:
a. The terminal eligibility date used to compute time-in-rate
(TIR) is 1 January 2019.
b. The minimum TIR date must be on or before:
E6 – 1 January 2016
E5 – 1 January 2018
E4 – 1 July 2018
c. E6 candidate TIR requirements for Early Promote Sailors can
be waived by one year with commanding officer (CO)/officer in charge
approval.
d. High year tenure (HYT) date must be effective 1 January 2019
or later, or HYT waiver must be approved prior to 1 September 2018.
e. Candidates in a rating requiring a security clearance must
have a favorable investigation adjudication issued by the Department
of Defense Central Adjudication Facility and it must be reflected
properly in Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) prior to 1
September 2018. If the commanding officer of the candidate grants
an interim clearance, JPAS must be updated prior to 1 September
2018. Refer to reference (b) for additional guidance. Once Sailors
have a clearance they must maintain that clearance eligibility. If
for any reason a clearance is denied or revoked, an exam is not
authorized until a new clearance is granted. Rates requiring a
security clearance are AC, AE, AG, AO, ATI, ATO, AWF, AWO, AWR, AWS,
AWV, AZ, CTI, CTM, CTN, CTR, CTT, EOD, ET, FC, FCA, GM, HT, IC, IS,
IT, LN, MA, MC, MN, ND, OS, QM, SB, SO, STG, YN, nuclear and
submarine ratings.
f. Change of rating and retention approvals must be approved
and completed before the scheduled exam date of the candidate. This
includes approvals from Navy Personnel Command and Career Waypoints.
Sailors under instruction in A school for rating conversion on the
scheduled date of the NWAE are prohibited from taking any
examination.
g. Compute performance mark average (PMA) using all evaluations
in the current rank of the candidate with an ending date that falls
within the following time periods:
E4 exam – 1 January 2018 to 31 August 2018
E5 exam – 1 June 2017 to 31 August 2018
E6 exam – 1 September 2015 to 31 August 2018
h. For additional guidance on computing PMA, refer to reference
(a), chapter 3. For PMA guidance for Individual Augmentee (IA)
Sailors refer to reference (c).
i. Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI) Sailors must
achieve a minimum of L2/R2 on their most recent Defense Language
Proficiency Test (DLPT) in their primary language, as assigned by
their CO, within 12 months of NWAE. Any CTI whose primary language
DLPT is over 12 months old must receive an advancement cycle
participation waiver from the Navy Language, Regional Expertise, and
Culture Office (OPNAV (N13F)). Any CTI whose primary language DLPT
has expired must possess a valid Inability to Test waiver from
OPNAV (N13F) in order to participate in the advancement cycle.
j. Sailors assigned to a Submarine source rating must be
physically qualified, in line with Submarine Qualification
Designation for Enlisted Members (MILPERSMAN 1220-040) or be in the
process of rating conversion to a non-submarine rating to be
eligible for advancement. Submarine Sailors that are designated in
training for submarine qualifications are allowed to participate in
the NWAE.
k. In line with reference (d), the following 20 ratings from
the Advanced Electronics Field, Advanced Technical Field, and
Nuclear Field Programs are considered accelerated advancement
ratings and the associated E4 advancement exam for each is
eliminated: AWF, AWO, AWR, AWS, AWV, CTI, CTN, EMN, EOD, ET, ETN,
FC, FCA, IS, ITS, MMN, MT, ND, SB, and SO.
3. Exam Ordering
a. Deploying commands can order exams up to 6 months prior to
the scheduled exam date. Exams required prior to the TIR list
opening are ordered via message or in the preferred message format
via e-mail to sfly_N321_exam_order(at)navy.mil following the
guidelines in chapter 4 and figure 4-1 of reference (a). Specify in
the subject line the order request is for early exams. Ensure a
point of contact (POC) is included in the message. Refer to
reference (e) for IA Sailors who are pending deployment to, or are
deployed to and operating in congressionally designated combat zones
and approved contingency operations areas.
b. CTI/Cryptologic Technician-Network (CTN)/Cryptologic
Technician-Collection (CTR) Sensitive Compartmented Information
(SCI) exam ordering dates can be found on the Navy Enlisted
Advancement System (NEAS) Web at https://prod.neas.netc.navy.mil.
(1) ESO must verify initial Active TIR eligibility lists on
NEAS Web for exam ordering.
(2) Additional exams are ordered in message format via e-
mail to sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil or via message
following the guidelines of reference (a), chapter 4. Commands
should replace SHIP TO UIC on the message format with their
Department of Defense Activity Address Code account number. In
addition, include POC, and the number of exams required with full
name, rate, and Department of Defense Identification number. The
deadline for additional orders is 1 June 2018. The deadline for SCI
substitute exam orders is 4 September 2018.
c. Exam ordering for non-SCI exams begins 30 May 2018. ESOs
must verify TIR eligibility lists on NEAS Web during the following
time periods:
(1) Initial TIR lists will be available:
E6 – 30 May 2018 to 24 June 2018
E5 – 30 May 2018 to 8 July 2018
E4 – 30 May 2018 to 19 July 2018
(2) Additional TIR lists will be available:
E6 – 25 June 2018 to 31 July 2018
E5 – 9 July 2018 to 5 August 2018
E4 – 20 July 2018 to 5 August 2018
(3) Exams ordered after the TIR lists have closed shall be
ordered via message or in message format via e-mail to
sfly_N321_exam_order(at)navy.mil following the guidelines in chapter
4 of reference (a). Ensure a POC is included in the message. Every
effort will be taken to send regular exams, otherwise, substitute
exams will be sent.
d. Commands must select the appropriate exams (i.e., NCC/NCR,
ATI/ATO, etc.).
e. Substitute exams must be kept to a minimum and require
justification as stipulated in chapter 4 of reference (a).
(1) Naval Education and Training Professional Development
Center (NETPDC) is the approval authority for all substitute exams.
The deadline for ordering non-SCI substitute examinations is 5
October 2018.
(2) Recent graduates of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program
training pipeline on transfer leave enroute to their first at-sea
assignment during the E4/E5 examination date will have substitute
examinations ordered for them by their ultimate duty station if
dates permit exam ordering before the published deadline.
f. ESOs must verify the examination order at the “View Previous
Exam Orders” link via NEAS Web within 14 days of placing the order.
If discrepancies are noted, contact the Exam Ordering and
Discrepancies Branch NETPDC (N321).
g. USN candidates in the following ratings are separated into
the following competitive groups:
(1) CTI
Group 1 – Middle East/North Africa
Group 2 – East/Far East
Group 3 – Latin/South America
Group 4 – Eastern Europe
(2) EMN, ETN, and MMN
Group 1 – Submarine
Group 2 – Surface
Group 3 Training
4. Exam Administration and Answer Sheet Returns
a. For exam administration and answer sheet return
instructions, refer to the exam verbatim at
https://prod.neas.netc.navy.mil.
b. ESO must check the exam tote board on NEAS Web at
https://prod.neas.netc.navy.mil/Public/Toteboard.aspx often to
ensure answer sheets have been received and processed. Answer
sheets that are in error will not be counted until they are
processed successfully.
c. Substitute examinations must be administered within seven
days of receipt.
d. A detailed discrepancy list will be maintained on NEAS Web.
For guidance on correcting discrepancies, refer to reference (a),
chapter 7. In addition to processing discrepancy corrections via
letter or message, NETPDC will also accept discrepancy corrections
by encrypted e-mail.
e. Refer to reference (e) regarding procedures for missed E4-E6
IA candidates. Missed exam cycle considerations are not an
automatic process. Commands must submit the command letter of
transmittal and worksheet or answer sheet.
5. Exam Results
a. E4-E6 results will be provided via Bureau of Naval Personnel
On-Line to authorized command representatives prior to release of
profile sheets.
b. Commands are directed to verify the examination status
verification report on NEAS Web for accuracy before frocking and/or
advancement of E4-E6 candidates.
c. Individual Sailors may view/download their profile sheet at
https://prod-neas.ncdc.navy.mil/NEASRpts/Individual.aspx.
6. Any additional information regarding this cycle will be posted
on NEAS Web.
7. Points of contact:
a. Navy Personnel Command Customer Service Center:
866-U-ASK-NPC or via e-mail at uasknpc(at)navy.mil.
b. SCI exam questions and orders: (850) 473-5867/DSN 753 or
via e-mail at sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil.
c. Exam orders, records, and discrepancies: (850) 473-6148/DSN
753 or via e-mail at sfly_N321_exam_order(at)navy.mil, or
sfly_N321_discrepanc(at)navy.mil.
8. For further information, to include exam verbatim and other
related documents, visit NEAS Web at
https://prod.neas.netc.navy.mil.
9. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or
canceled, whichever occurs first.
10. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//
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Transfers Process CPPA Training

Transfers Process CPPA Training
Overview
• References
• NSIPS Projected Loss Report
• PCS Orders
• Proceed Time
• Travel Time
• Forms and Checklists
• Page 2 Verification/Update and Documentation Requirements
• TOPS Transaction
• Best Practices
References
General References
• Command Pay and Personnel Administrator (CPPA) Handbook
• NAVADMIN 043/15 Guidance for Using Pay and Personnel Standard Operating Procedure
• MILPERSMAN Article 1000-021 Command Pay And Personnel Administrator (CPPA) Program
Transfer Process Specific References
• MILPERSMAN 1300 General (multiple articles within section)
• MILPERSMAN 1301 Officer Assignment and Distribution (multiple articles within section)
• MILPERSMAN 1306 Enlisted Assignment and Distribution (multiple articles within section)
• MILPERSMAN 1320 Orders to Personnel (multiple articles within section)
• MILPERSMAN 1320-060 Permanent Change of Station Transfer Order (PCSTO), Delivery,
Interpretation, and Execution
• MILPERSMAN 1070-270 NAVPERS 1070/602, Dependency Application/Record of Emergency
Data Record of Emergency Data
• MILPERSMAN 1070-320 Administrative Remarks
• PPIB 16-12 Update E-mail Address and Contact Information in NSIPS
• Navy Personnel Command (NPC): CPPA Resources: Pers – Receipts, Transfer, Travel and

PS A School Open to CPPAs and Civilians

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From: Hendrix, Tyler J PO1 USN NPPSC/N3 PSD SIGONELLA
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2018 8:55 AM

Good Morning CPPAs,

Here is some information about the recent opening of the GS2PS Course:

Navy Pay and Personnel Service Center has opened up the GS2PS Course (PS “A”
School) to Command Pay and Personnel Administrators (CPPAs). If you are
interested in sending any of your CPPAs to this course, please have your
Training Officer or POC contact me. The cost will have to be funded by your
command, however, NPPSC may pick up the lodging portion (confirmation
pending). Details below:

Course Name: PS “A” School
CIN/CDP: A-500-0018/970R
Class Convene: 30 July – 18 August 2018
Location: NTTC Meridian
Building 330, Room 114
NAS Meridian, MS 39309

PURPOSE – To provide organized and intensive training in order to supply
the operating forces with personnel capable of performing job entry-level
tasks equivalent to that required of a Personnelman Seaman Apprentice.

SCOPE-The course provides training on the following topics: customer
service, pay and personnel references; electronic service record
maintenance; pay and allowances; pay transactions; computing taxes;
personnel transactions; processing PCS travel; computing creditable service;
reenlistments; extensions; separations; and manning report within a PSD
environment.

**Day 1 class hours are 0800- 1700. Please be in your seat and ready to
begin at 0800. Beginning on day 2, class hours will be 0700 to 1700 (M-F)
through the final course completion.

*Dress code
Uniform of the day for military is NWUs and Service uniform for graduation
day. For civilians: suitable civilian attire (ties and coats are not
required). The Galley has a dress code specifically: no open toed shoes and
no sleeveless shirts (tank tops).

*Hotel
NGIS is within walking distance to the classroom and galley. Phone number:
601-846-1675

V/R,

PS1(SW/AW/IW) Hendrix, Tyler
PERSONNEL OFFICER
PERSUPP DET Sigonella, Sicily
DSN: (314) 624-5690
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