FY-15 Zones

FY-15 Zones

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NOTICE OF CONVENING FY-15 NAVY ACTIVE-DUTY PROMOTION SELECTION
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SUBJ/NOTICE OF CONVENING FY-15 NAVY ACTIVE-DUTY PROMOTION SELECTION
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RMKS/1. THIS NAVADMIN ANNOUNCES THE NOTICE OF CONVENING FY-15
PROMOTION SELECTION BOARDS. THE FY-15 PROMOTION SELECTION BOARDS TO
RECOMMEND OFFICERS IN THE LINE AND STAFF CORPS AND CHIEF WARRANT
OFFICERS ON THE ACTIVE-DUTY LIST FOR PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY
PROMOTION TO THE GRADES OF CAPTAIN, COMMANDER, LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
AND CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER WILL BE CONVENED AS FOLLOWS:
14 JAN 14 - UNRESTRICTED/RESTRICTED LINE CAPTAIN
4 FEB 14 - STAFF CORPS CAPTAIN
11 FEB 14 - UNRESTRICTED/RESTRICTED LINE COMMANDER
25 MAR 14 - STAFF CORPS COMMANDER
7 APR 14 - UNRESTRICTED/RESTRICTED LINE LIEUTENANT
COMMANDER
13 MAY 14 - STAFF CORPS LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
16 JUN 14 - CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 5/4/3
2. THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY HAS AUTHORIZED THE RELEASE OF THE
FOLLOWING LIST INDICATING THE NAMES, ACTIVE-DUTY LIST NUMBERS AND
DATES OF RANK OF THE SENIOR IN-ZONE, JUNIOR IN-ZONE AND JUNIOR
OFFICER ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION FOR PROMOTION IN EACH COMPETITIVE
CATEGORY AS OF THE DATE OF THIS NAVADMIN. IN ADDITION, THOSE
OFFICERS ON THE ACTIVE-DUTY LIST AND IN THE SAME COMPETITIVE
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CATEGORY WHO ARE SENIOR TO THE SENIOR IN-ZONE OFFICER LISTED IN
THEIR CATEGORY ARE CONSIDERED ABOVE-ZONE AND ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE FOR
CONSIDERATION.
CAPTAIN
LINE
UNRESTRICTED LINE OFFICER (11XX/13XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR S. C. MCANDREW 021786-25 1 SEP 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR R. E. LOUGHRAN, JR. 022034-50 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR J. P. HOLZER 022454-50 1 OCT 10
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (HUMAN RESOURCES) (120X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR K. L. SRAY 022058-75 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR O. L. BETHEA 022450-75 1 OCT 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR J. F. LEVINESS, JR. 022973-00 1 JUN 12
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR) (123X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR B. W. BAKER 022032-00 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR T. A. SEVERSON 022214-25 1 MAR 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR S. G. GALLAHER 023043-50 1 SEP 12
ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (14XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR B. A. METCALF 021940-25 1 MAY 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR V. J. JANOWIAK 022214-50 1 MAR 10
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JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR C. G. LAPOINTE 022960-25 1 APR 12
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (ENGINEERING) (151X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR C. B. REED 021681-50 1 JUN 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR A. P. ROULAND 022037-25 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR K. J. WATKINS 022812-50 1 SEP 11
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (MAINTENANCE) (152X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR M. E. NIETO 021856-25 1 DEC 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. R. TESSIER 022045-25 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR D. T. MORGAN 022753-25 1 SEP 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (165X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR D. L. NUNNALLY 021852-75 1 DEC 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR M. E. BOYD 022013-25 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR K. S. MARKS 022429-75 1 SEP 10
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (FOREIGN AREA) (17XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR L. A. DAY 022041-50 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR R. K. FEDERAL III 022240-50 1 MAY 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR A. C. HOFF 022995-25 1 SEP 12
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (OCEANOGRAPHY) (180X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR G. S. IRETON 021682-25 1 JUL 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR T. E. BARNHILL 021952-00 1 JUN 09
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JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR B. G. HARRIS 022535-25 1 AUG 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INFORMATION WARFARE) (181X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR B. E. BRASWELL 021728-00 1 AUG 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. D. BANDY 022050-25 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR H. M. VEGTER 022529-00 1 JUL 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL) (182X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR A. D. GAINER 021957-50 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. D. BUSS 022098-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR J. E. ELLIS 022450-00 1 OCT 10
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INTELLIGENCE) (183X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR K. S. NICHOLS 021641-50 1 JUN 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR E. P. HAMPTON 021958-50 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR J. M. ALFIERI 022756-00 1 SEP 11
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LINE) (61XX/62XX/63XX/64XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR P. J. BACHAND 021546-00 1 NOV 07
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR G. D. MARTIN 021766-50 1 AUG 08
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR V. U. WEBSTER 022753-00 1 SEP 11
STAFF CORPS
MEDICAL CORPS (210X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. P. HOWARD 021815-50 1 OCT 08
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JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR D. R. GOFF 022136-37 19 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR M. P. SHUSKO 022908-50 1 SEP 11
DENTAL CORPS (220X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. N. DEHOOGH 021814-00 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR M. R. BOONE 022092-25 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR H. NMN TRINH 022785-75 1 SEP 11
MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS (230X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR M. A. SWEARNGIN 022009-00 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR K. J. MCGOWAN 022335-50 1 JUL 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR D. B. BRENNER 022913-75 1 SEP 11
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S CORPS (250X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. L. ROPER 021871-50 1 JAN 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. G. ODOM 022044-00 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR M. J. LUKEN 022347-00 1 JUL 10
NURSE CORPS (290X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR B. T. MILES 021580-75 1 FEB 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR D. M. GECHAS 022101-25 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR A. G. BALDWINVOEKS 022802-25 1 SEP 11
SUPPLY CORPS (310X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR P. S. BROWN 021674-00 1 JUN 08
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JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. G. HENDRICKSON, JR. 021930-00 1 APR 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR A. D. YANERO 022536-50 1 AUG 11
CHAPLAIN CORPS (410X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR G. T. SCHLUTER 022195-75 1 FEB 10
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR G. C. CATHCART 022354-75 1 AUG 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR W. E. MIDDLETON 022918-00 1 OCT 11
CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS (510X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CDR R. W. TRIBBLE 021931-00 1 APR 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CDR J. R. ANDERSON 022127-25 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CDR J. D. THOMAS 022790-50 1 SEP 11
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (STAFF) (65XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
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JUNIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - N/A
COMMANDER
LINE
UNRESTRICTED LINE OFFICER (11XX/13XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR C. R. CHEN 033790-50 1 FEB 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. C. WITTE 034744-00 1 DEC 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR J. S. MILLWEE 037175-50 1 SEP 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (HUMAN RESOURCES) (120X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR C. L. WEBSTER 034317-50 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR T. L. JONES 035068-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR S. A. MOWERY 037528-00 1 FEB 12
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR) (123X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - N/A
ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (14XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. G. MASSEY 034767-50 1 JAN 10
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR H. N. TRAN 035747-25 1 FEB 11
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR M. J. MALINOWSKI 038247-50 1 NOV 12
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AEROSPACE ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (ENGINEERING) (151X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR K. L. GUILFOYLE 033835-00 1 MAR 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. D. GOUL 034739-50 1 DEC 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR J. NMN SAGLIMBENE 037968-50 1 SEP 12
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (MAINTENANCE) (152X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR R. K. HANNA 033109-00 1 JUN 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. A. BROWN 034293-50 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR C. T. ELLIOTT 037222-50 1 SEP 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (165X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR W. G. LEWIS 034359-00 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR C. B. DOSS III 035567-00 1 SEP 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR N. J. CHRISTENSEN 037385-00 1 SEP 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (FOREIGN AREA) (17XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR Z. A. BEEHNER 033568-50 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR D. R. WILCOX 034299-50 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR N. H. HAN 035606-50 1 OCT 10
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (OCEANOGRAPHY) (180X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR C. S. MONTGOMERY 033424-00 1 AUG 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR A. A. HOPKINS 034470-00 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR H. H. QUILENDERINO 037387-50 1 SEP 11
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SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INFORMATION WARFARE) (181X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. E. BERRIOS 032866-50 1 MAR 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR P. M. NEISE 034237-00 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR A. J. GARCIA 035835-75 1 APR 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL) (182X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR B. E. JONES 033414-00 1 AUG 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR M. J. NICKELS 034432-50 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR S. NMN MARTINEZRODRIGUEZ 035943-75 1 JUL 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INTELLIGENCE) (183X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR R. T. SASAKI 032859-50 1 MAR 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR A. NMN BOICH 033864-50 1 MAR 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR R. S. SKELTON 035566-50 1 SEP 10
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LINE) (61XX/62XX/63XX/64XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. L. BARTEE 034223-00 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR M. P. THERRIEN 035182-00 1 JUL 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR R. L. HYLTON, JR. 037507-00 1 JAN 12
STAFF CORPS
MEDICAL CORPS (210X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR B. H. LESSMANN 033548-50 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR O. NMN SAEED 034600-25 11 SEP 09
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JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR E. B. RIZO 037423-12 9 SEP 11
DENTAL CORPS (220X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR R. P. TAYLOR 033616-00 1 NOV 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR W. J. BURKE, JR. 034550-50 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR B. R. GODFREY 037419-50 1 SEP 11
MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS (230X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR M. NMN WILLIAMS 033769-50 1 FEB 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR S. F. WOOD 034485-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR D. NMN MCCULLOUGH 035840-25 1 MAY 11
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S CORPS (250X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR H. N. SIMODYNES 033823-50 1 MAR 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR B. K. FAULKNER 034476-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR G. NMN PADILLA 035911-25 1 JUL 11
NURSE CORPS (290X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. L. KING 033676-00 1 DEC 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. A. TYSLAN 034505-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR R. O. CALADCAD 035957-75 1 AUG 11
SUPPLY CORPS (310X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR C. C. TECMIRE 033393-00 1 AUG 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR D. A. HANEY 034290-00 1 JUL 09
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JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR E. M. WILLIAMS 037173-00 1 SEP 11
CHAPLAIN CORPS (410X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR R. C. NORDAN 034474-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR L. C. LEE 035319-00 1 AUG 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR A. C. CARLTON 037703-00 1 SEP 12
CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS (510X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR J. L. BICKHAM 033663-00 1 DEC 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LCDR S. T. PADHI 034581-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LCDR K. C. CHAPMAN 037353-50 1 SEP 11
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (STAFF) (651X/653X/655X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - N/A
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
LINE
UNRESTRICTED LINE OFFICER (11XX/13XX/19XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT E. L. GRIGGS 145809-00 1 JUN 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. E. SHEATER 152455-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT A. C. ROBERTS 163486-00 1 JUN 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (HUMAN RESOURCES) (120X)
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SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT B. C. RICHARDS 151931-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT A. M. GRAYSON 158030-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT D. J. MUNDELL 172959-00 1 SEP 12
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR) (123X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - N/A
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - N/A
ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (14XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT B. J. BANAZWSKI 149176-00 1 MAR 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT E. F. FAKHOURI 155772-00 1 MAY 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT D. L. FERRIS 170211-00 1 JUN 12
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (ENGINEERING) (151X)
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SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT M. M. MCCLURE 146883-00 1 JUN 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT E. M. ZACK 152489-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT R. L. DAVIS 178280-00 1 JUN 13
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER (MAINTENANCE) (152X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT C. M. PANAGOS 153565-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT C. A. FULMER 159044-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT F. R. DUNCAN 174669-00 1 MAR 13
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (PUBLIC AFFAIRS) (165X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT M. N. MYATT 151499-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT M. E. P. QUISAO 157900-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT E. J. DOUGHERTY 172963-00 1 SEP 12
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (FOREIGN AREA) (17XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT R. W. PETERS 147888-00 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT D. J. BRADSHAW 156880-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT J. F. LEAVITT 157876-00 1 JUN 10
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (OCEANOGRAPHY) (180X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. R. OXENDINE 148302-00 1 DEC 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT E. A. PARKS 156256-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT D. L. RODRIGUEZ 171141-00 1 JUN 12
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INFORMATION WARFARE) (181X)
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SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. J. SAHIM 147708-00 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT N. J. RAUSCH 154073-00 1 NOV 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT W. D. BRINKMEYER 166700-00 1 OCT 11
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL) (182X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT D. C. LIMMER 149589-00 1 MAY 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. J. HUGHES 160104-00 1 OCT 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT M. NMN BENITEZ 174663-00 1 MAR 13
SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INTELLIGENCE) (183X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT B. M. CARANTO 145521-00 1 JUN 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT S. R. CARROLL 151885-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT J. J. CROWLEY 163198-00 01 JUN 11
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LINE) (61XX/62XX/63XX/64XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. E. JOHNSON 148186-00 1 NOV 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT W. M. BARKSDALE 153907-00 1 OCT 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT J. L. ARKADIE, JR. 166808-00 1 OCT 11
STAFF CORPS
MEDICAL CORPS (210X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT V. NMN TRING 147619-16 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT K. M. BERNSTEIN 153681-48 20 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT A. C. BUCHHOLZ 166578-37 22 SEP 11
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DENTAL CORPS (220X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT Y. NMN ZHENG 147619-04 13 SEP 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT S. P. BLACKHART 153682-00 25 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT J. NMN CHENG 166578-12 5 SEP 11
MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS (230X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT D. B. ENGLAND II 147099-00 1 JUL 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT B. D. GANN 149108-00 1 MAR 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT D. NMN NIEVES 159620-00 1 SEP 10
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S CORPS (250X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT R. G. FORBES 148024-00 1 NOV 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT D. E. MYERS 152973-00 1 JUL 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT E. NMN ENSIGN 161258-00 1 FEB 11
NURSE CORPS (290X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT E. R. CAVANAUGH 154795-00 1 JAN 10
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT S. M. IKARI 156988-00 1 JUN 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT T. J. ELLIS 165634-00 1 JUL 11
SUPPLY CORPS (310X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT CHRISTENSEN, J. K. 147145-00 1 JUL 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT M. H. BLAIR 153563-00 1 SEP 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT P. NMN RIESTER 165210-00 1 JUN 11
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CHAPLAIN CORPS (410X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. O. DEWEY 143485-62 19 FEB 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT J. W. JOHNSON 150401-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT D. E. CLARK 159744-00 1 SEP 10
CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS (510X)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT K. R. MISCHKE 147648-00 1 OCT 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT T. J. DILL 152030-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT M. J. KING 162410-00 1 JUN 11
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (STAFF) (65XX)
SENIOR IN-ZONE - LT D. F. FREEBERG 148146-00 1 NOV 08
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - LT T. NMN DUERHEIMER 152881-00 1 JUN 09
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - LT J. T. MCFARLAND 165654-00 1 JUL 11
LIEUTENANT
LINE AND STAFF CORPS
SENIOR IN-ZONE 2 SEP 12
JUNIOR IN-ZONE 1 SEP 13
CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER, W-5
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CWO4 R. P. ROSALES 961415-00 1 AUG 09
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CWO4 T. M. SMITH 961601-00 1 MAR 10
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CWO4 M. NMN VELOZ 962043-00 1 APR 11
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CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER, W-4
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CWO3 S. M. PRICE, JR. 974812-00 1 OCT 10
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CWO3 T. C. SHOEMAKE 975213-00 1 SEP 11
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - CWO3 J. W. MCINTYRE, JR. 975533-00 1 MAY 12
CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER, W-3
SENIOR IN-ZONE - CWO2 S. T. CARLILE 982301-00 1 JUL 11
JUNIOR IN-ZONE - CWO2 J. R. METCALF 982617-00 1 JUN 12
JUNIOR ELIGIBLE - NOT APPLICABLE
3. FOR PROMOTION TO THE GRADE OF LIEUTENANT, AN ALL-FULLY-QUALIFIED
-OFFICERS LIST (AFQOL) CONSISTING OF THOSE OFFICERS RECOMMENDED FOR
PROMOTION ON THEIR MOST RECENT FITNESS REPORTS WILL BE SENT TO THE
SECRETARY, WHO WILL CERTIFY THE AFQOL AND FORWARD THE LIST WITH
LIMITED DUTY OFFICER PERMANENT APPOINTMENT NOMINATIONS ATTACHED TO
THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE. THOSE OFFICERS DETERMINED NOT FULLY
QUALIFIED FOR PROMOTION WILL BE OMITTED FROM THE AFQOL, CONSTITUTING
A FAILURE OF SELECTION (FOS). THE ALL-FULLY-QUALIFIED (AFQ) STANDARD
APPLIES TO ALL COMPETITIVE CATEGORIES. THE AFQ STANDARD WILL ALSO
BE UTILIZED FOR THE MID-YEAR ACTIVE-DUTY LIEUTENANT JUDGE ADVOCATE
GENERAL'S AND CHAPLAIN CORPS PROMOTIONS AND ANY OFFICERS
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ADMINISTRATIVELY MISSED WHEN THE ORIGINAL LISTS WERE COMPILED.
4. AN OFFICIAL PHOTO, TAKEN WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER ACCEPTANCE OF
EACH PROMOTION IS REQUIRED TO BE FILED IN THE OFFICIAL MILITARY
PERSONNEL FILE. SEE MILPERSMAN 1070-180 FOR THE SPECIFICATIONS
REQUIRED FOR THE SUBMISSION OF PHOTOS.
5. ONLY ELIGIBLE OFFICERS MAY COMMUNICATE WITH A PROMOTION SELECTION
BOARD. CORRESPONDENCE MUST ARRIVE NOT LATER THAN THE DAY BEFORE THE
CONVENING DATE OF THE BOARD AND SHALL BE ADDRESSED TO:
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby COMEVIL » Fri Dec 13, 2013 5:20 am

If you haven't noticed, the zones are LARGE!

23 in zone for Captain.

43 in zone for CDR.

Holy crap!

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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby yoshi » Fri Dec 13, 2013 2:55 pm

They are indeed huge! Hopefully this will correct the slide to the right of promotion dates. If you believe the IWOL (inaccurate, but better than nothing), 1/4 to 1/5 of our CDRs and LTs are either in zone or above zone. I know more than a few folks whon retired this year. Best of luck to all those in zone!
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby Arkad » Fri Dec 27, 2013 2:13 pm

Curious to know how this increase is being perceived and what we understand about the process. Is it a good thing? Is it a sign of a healthy community? Do we understand the implication of flowpoint and selection rate? Does our inventory of IWOs ready for the next rank meet/exceed/fall short of the demand?
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby COMEVIL » Fri Dec 27, 2013 2:47 pm

Arkad wrote:Curious to know how this increase is being perceived and what we understand about the process. Is it a good thing? Is it a sign of a healthy community? Do we understand the implication of flowpoint and selection rate? Does our inventory of IWOs ready for the next rank meet/exceed/fall short of the demand?


I think most of us look at the zone size from a personal perspective. As in, "I'm in zone earlier than expected" or "if these zone sizes continue I'll be in zone earlier than I thought." But the devil is in the details...

Do larger zones equate to a larger selection rate? Are the two inextricably linked? I honestly don't know the answer to that but would guess it is no. (Arkad: can you help out?) A larger zone could simply greater potential to leave more behind.

My honest answers, as a 10+ year IW Officer, are as follows:

Is it a good thing?

**From a personal perspective, yes. For the community, I simply don't know. It seems like this is a corrective action, to some extent, which may indicate a lack of health.

Is it a sign of a healthy community?

**Without seeing the selection rate I can't really say.

Do we understand the implication of flowpoint and selection rate?

**I understand the concept, and believe we are forced to stick to this by law. As far as I can tell we remain on track, as laid out by the OCM.

Does our inventory of IWOs ready for the next rank meet/exceed/fall short of the demand?

**The larger zones make me think we are exceeding demand.

Unfortunately, given all the tools we have to communicate today I still don't have a good perspective on community health, advancement potential, what jobs the community truly values/doesn't value, etc. I've seen communiques that express such details from other community leaders. It would be beneficial to see the same for the IW community.

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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby Sleeper » Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:27 pm

The community has one "given" number for each pay grade: opportunity, the number of projected vacancies for promotion.

The community can control two numbers (although they are inversely dependent on one another): zone size and selection rate. For a given opportunity #, a higher zone size means a smaller selection rate, and vice versa.

I would deduce from the unusually high zone size that we are intending to keep the promotion rate low and purge excess inventory. In other words, while the opportunity number may be higher this year (speculative; due to the marginally better job market and other factors), the selection board process is deliberately being used as a force-shaping tool.

And when I'm feeling really cynical, I suspect that this force-shaping is being used to purge our "lost generation" of JOs that began around the dawn of the NIOC era. We were "trained" by CBTs and the often mis-informed gouge of our peers at the aimless Big Four shops, who were busy trying to capitalize on the "IO" fad, neglect our historical SIGINT expertise, and play shell games with the sudden influx of JOs that they had been given to train. Our regular selection of below-zone picks, which is almost entirely absent in other communities, seems to indicate that this generation has been measured and found lacking in numbers of qualified in-zone candidates for promotion. Any remaining vacancies have been filled through redesignation from other communities into the same year groups that we cut down at the boards, so we can start fresh in training qualified URLs at whatever it is we think we do as a community.
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby COMEVIL » Fri Dec 27, 2013 6:36 pm

Sleeper wrote:And when I'm feeling really cynical, I suspect that this force-shaping is being used to purge our "lost generation" of JOs that began around the dawn of the NIOC era. We were "trained" by CBTs and the often mis-informed gouge of our peers at the aimless Big Four shops, who were busy trying to capitalize on the "IO" fad, neglect our historical SIGINT expertise, and play shell games with the sudden influx of JOs that they had been given to train. Our regular selection of below-zone picks, which is almost entirely absent in other communities, seems to indicate that this generation has been measured and found lacking in numbers of qualified in-zone candidates for promotion.


Wow! This is really depressing. I have served through the whole Cryptologic Officer to IW Officer / CNSG to Netwarcom to C10F era. I really dislike what was done with the community in that interim period. (From a personal standpoint, my job never changed at all.) But I never factored in the potential impact to the "generation" you speak of here. I wonder if this is simply your perception or if others see this as well.
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby yoshi » Fri Dec 27, 2013 7:18 pm

I'm with Sleeper - i think its a purge. But, rather than echo his post and that of COMEVIL:

Very good questions posed by Arkad. I don't know whether or not community health can be discerned from zone sizes and/or opportunity. There are obvious connections, of course, particularly in the SWO community. However, I don't think zone size (large or small) is necessarily an indicator of community health, nor is opportunity. Generally, though, it seems a relatively larger zone size would be preferred by individuals, as it offers a chance to move promotions to the left (assuming a constant number of billets at the next higher grade). There might be some positives from a community standpoint, as well, if those promotions revitalize attitudes and efforts with different, more current experiences at the next higher grades. I think a better indication might be attrition or its lack (retirements and resignations compared to previous years). For me, community health is our community being able to consistently produce the following 3 capabilities for the Navy: Cyber, SIGINT, and EW. Can we? This definition (and subsequent discussion) of community health is completely removed from the discussion of promotions (opportunity/zone size). I'm not convinced the FITREP and promotion system reflect, with any reliable fidelity, an IW officer's ability/successes (relative to peers) to produce the 3 above capabilities. I blieve the same may be true for every other IDC communtiy, as well.

When I saw the zone size, it made me very curious about milestone billets. With 65 or so people in zone and a 70% promotion rate, we should have about 45 promotions. We have 50 or so milestone billets at the O4 level. So, if we promote 40 every year, does everyone really have a shot at a milestone billet? And, in the face of this, why are we sending some people (current O4s) to TWO milestone billets, often back to back? Are we (either advertently or inadvertently) picking out O5 and Major Commanders at the very junior O4 level? If it isn't on purpose, then does the future of our careers really just come down to PRDs and performance as a LT? That seems an insufficient demonstration of performance from my perspective. I suppose it could be not enough want a milestone billet. Or, it could be our level of awareness with respect to milestone billets, command screening, current inventory, and what it all means is/was less than desired. So, from where i sit, I do think it is fair to conclude the following: as zone sizes increase (flow points move to the left), opportunity for milestone billets decrease (assuming static number of milestone billets). This would also mean fewer "milestone-experienced" officers, which would theoretically lead to increased Navy dependence on those few people. That is described as risk in some circles. So, I guess in this context it could be that increased zone size (without billet growth or roll up) can be detrimental to community "health", particularly if it is repeated. But, I'm on the fence with respect to the connection between our milestone billet list and the experiences necessary to effectively provide our 3 core capabilities. At the senior level, decisions which affect provisioning seem more apt to directly affect community health and longevity than those which affect today's operations. I'd be really interested to sit in on the discussions which produce(d) the milestone list, just to learn what the community thinks is important and necessary for securing and maintaining community health long term. What experiences at what grades are important and why? How will that experience arm the officer for future challenges? How do we understand the landscape at a NIOC, at a Major staff, etc? How well do we know what our officers do at every location they are assigned?
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby O-4's hate me » Sat Dec 28, 2013 4:37 am

Sleeper wrote:And when I'm feeling really cynical, I suspect that this force-shaping is being used to purge our "lost generation" of JOs that began around the dawn of the NIOC era. We were "trained" by CBTs and the often mis-informed gouge of our peers at the aimless Big Four shops, who were busy trying to capitalize on the "IO" fad, neglect our historical SIGINT expertise, and play shell games with the sudden influx of JOs that they had been given to train. Our regular selection of below-zone picks, which is almost entirely absent in other communities, seems to indicate that this generation has been measured and found lacking in numbers of qualified in-zone candidates for promotion. Any remaining vacancies have been filled through redesignation from other communities into the same year groups that we cut down at the boards, so we can start fresh in training qualified URLs at whatever it is we think we do as a community.


Love the conspiracy theory!! I think that we've gone way into the weeds with speculation.

CMF came along and made a bunch of arbitrary demands on the services. Hypothetically, we need another 3 O-6s, 10 O-5s, and 15 O-4s to fill out JFHQ and various team officer billets (yes, I called them arbitrary: the only basis is because USCC said billet X is an O-5 billet). The OCM crunches the numbers and says we need to make 50 O-4s this year to fill immediate O-4 requirements and to meet the higher effects of senior officer growth. He doesn't want to make our O-4 selection rate 90%, so he opens up the zones a little to compensate. I predict both an improved selection rate and the larger zones, in order to fill the requirements that have been created by CMF.

What does this do for community health? The fewer the officers the community needs to promote, the more stringent the community can be. We need a lot of officers to promote, so we'll be less picky. I say we get really picky starting next year!
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Re: FY-15 Zones

Postby Schlag » Sun Dec 29, 2013 7:02 am

We had a brief from the OCM a couple of months back. He alluded to the zones and the selection % and alluded that it would be good on the personal basis but also for the community. This makes me think that there is a degree of "normalcy" being realized.

He also compared us to the IP community saying that we are FAR better than they are. They are promoting early and often and still can't promote enough people to fill vacancies.

It sounds like our community is on track, unfortunately it just took a few bad years of small zones and small opportunity % for that to happen.
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