FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby Sum1 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 12:32 am

yoshi wrote:Seems fewer milestones would produce quicker O5 retirements.


Or maybe the detailers would be willing to entertain allowing some of our officers to do other things, like attache gigs or general staff tours. Although, now that I say that, fewer milestones doesn't necessarily mean fewer O-5 billets to fill. I think if we're going to lose an officer to retirement anyway that the community should consider the larger benefit to the Navy and allow more to do things like PMP or attache gigs.

And the PMP thing hits home especially hard. I know we recently had our first PMP selection (which sounds like an interesting sequence of events) for a CWO to shift to PMP, get a PhD, and teach at the Naval Academy. Next, we need to get one at the Naval War College. It is supremely frustrating to sit in the student body and listen to retired pilots teach/discuss cyber warfare. While great academics and usually very good lecturers, I have yet to meet one who understood the inner workings of the policy and just what USCYBERCOM is trying to achieve. And none have articulated the friction points between USCYBERCOM, the Joint Staff, and the other CCMDs. Today, I was at least somewhat happy to hear the guy mention authorities, but he spoke in sweeping generalities that told me he either doesn't fully understand them or was concerned about classification.

There's a great opportunity to educate the future leaders of all the services while at in-residence PME, but the service is still not doing a good enough job at it. Cyber is a joke to the pilots, SEALs, Army Rangers, SWOs, etc. because they don't understand it.

Which brings me back around to my point... the disassociated tours indirectly benefit the community because its another touch point. Instead of ANOTHER O-5 sitting at the NSA or at a NIOC, that gal or guy is out in the fleet or the joint world interfacing and educating. It's critically important right now. We're on the cusp of a fundamental shift in the character of war, and the people who will fight the next war need appreciate all the warfighting domains.
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby navyguy2 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 3:04 am

The 1810 community has had people in the USNA PMP/JPMP program for years and I believe we also have a couple of billets at War College, but those individuals are somewhat constrained by the college curriculum.
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby Sum1 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:28 am

navyguy2 wrote:The 1810 community has had people in the USNA PMP/JPMP program for years and I believe we also have a couple of billets at War College, but those individuals are somewhat constrained by the college curriculum.


JPMP, yes, but not full PMP. And there are two billets (that I'm aware of) at the War College for CWOs... an O-3/O-4 billet supporting war gaming and having nothing to do with academics and an O-6 billet. The O-6 is in a position to influence the curriculum. One of the most poignant observations during my time at the college is just how open to change and/or modification the courses actually are. They take feedback and implement change, if the feedback is sensible. So, saying the individuals are constrained isn't completely accurate.
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

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This could make things more interesting:

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quality, not force management.
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requires the most consistently reliable top performers to lead and
sustain a modern, ready and lethal force as the number of ships and
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of tomorrow, and enforcing the highest performance standards sets
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boards are fully capable of performing the duties of their current
grade. Selecting zero officers in a competitive category is an
acceptable outcome for these boards because no mandatory quotas have
been established. The process of reviewing records and selecting
officers for early retirement ensures the Navy will have a
professional, healthy senior officer corps that is ready to meet the
demands of the Navy the Nation needs.
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a. Captains (O-6). Officers who are in year groups specified
in paragraph 6, have 3 or more years time in grade, and who are
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date is anticipated to be 1 May 2019. If an officer is not eligible
for retirement, then the officer will be retained on active duty
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number, and date of rank of the senior officer and junior officer
who are eligible for consideration for early retirement in the
following competitive categories. All officers listed below, as
well as those whose lineal number falls between the senior and
junior officer listed, will be considered by the SER boards, subject
to the limitations in paragraph 4.
Captain
Line
Unrestricted Line Officer (11XX/13XX)
Year Groups 1984-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT A. T. Cowden 010592-00 1 OCT 2005
Junior eligible - CAPT R. E. Loughran Jr. 016003-00 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Human Resources) (120X)
Year Groups 1989-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT P. L. Williams 011571-00 1 SEP 2009
Junior eligible - CAPT L. A. Newton 016030-00 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Permanent Military Professor) (123X)
Year Groups 1981-1988
Senior eligible - CAPT M. A. Carr 015362-50 1 OCT 2013
Junior eligible - CAPT J. M. Freymann 015362-50 1 SEP 2014
Engineering Duty Officer (14XX)
Year Groups 1989-1995
Senior eligible - CAPT M. R. Vandroff 011624-00 1 JAN 2010
Junior eligible - CAPT R. A. Wolf 016025-50 1 SEP 2015
Aerospace Engineering/Maintenance Duty Officer (15XX)
Year Groups 1989-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT S. D. Porter 011879-00 1 OCT 2010
Junior eligible - CAPT C. J. Couch 015977-50 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Public Affairs) (165X)
Year Groups 1989-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT P. S. Kunze 011651-50 1 MAR 2010
Junior eligible - CAPT C. W. Brown 015952-00 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Foreign Area) (17XX)
Year Groups 1989-1995
Senior eligible - CAPT T. J. Maricle 011763-00 1 JUL 2010
Junior eligible - CAPT R. F. Ogden 016027-00 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Oceanography) (180X)
Year Groups 1990-1992
Senior eligible - CAPT A. J. Reiss 011931-00 1 MAY 2011
Junior eligible - CAPT S. P. Memmen 015880-50 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Cryptologic Warfare) (181X)
Year Groups 1984-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT D. B. Carson 011799-50 1 AUG 2010
Junior eligible - CAPT M. Riggins 016010-50 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Information Professional) (182X)
Year Groups 1989-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT A. A. Brady 011654-00 1 SEP 2013
Junior eligible - CAPT J. D. Buss 016020-50 1 SEP 2015
Special Duty Officer (Intelligence) (183X)
Year Groups 1990-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT D. H. McAllister 012224-50 1 SEP 2011
Junior eligible - CAPT E. J. Padinske 015951-50 1 SEP 2015
Limited Duty Officer (Line) (61XX/62XX/63XX/64XX/68XX)
Year Groups 1993-1994
Senior eligible CAPT W. R. Johnson 015883-00 1 SEP 2015
Junior eligible - CAPT G. D. Martin 015890-50 1 SEP 2015
Staff Corps
Medical Corps (210X)
Year Groups 1978-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT C. L. Gandee 010033-50 1 JUL 1999
Junior eligible - CAPT M. E. Farrell 016020-00 1 SEP 2015
Dental Corps (220X)
Year Groups 1980-1993
Senior eligible - CAPT J. H. Gherardini Jr. 010185-50 1 MAR 2003
Junior eligible - CAPT K. Saito 016018-00 1 SEP 2015
Medical Service Corps (230X)
Year Groups 1986-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT D. P. Barrette 011005-00 1 SEP 2007
Junior eligible - CAPT K. J. McGowan 016034-00 1 SEP 2015
Judge Advocate Generals Corps (250X)
Year Groups 1987-1993
Senior eligible - CAPT C. N. Purnell II 011349-50 1 JAN 2009
Junior eligible - CAPT M. A. Larrea 016005-50 1 SEP 2015
Nurse Corps (290X)
Year Groups 1985-1993
Senior eligible - CAPT D. J. Stafford 010745-00 1 SEP 2006
Junior eligible - CAPT A. C. Petrovanie 016012-50 1 SEP 2015
Supply Corps (310X)
Year Groups 1990-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT G. J. Powe 012315-50 1 FEB 2012
Junior eligible - CAPT J. L. Tucker 015906-00 1 SEP 2015
Chaplain Corps (410X)
Year Groups 1986-1992
Senior eligible - CAPT W. M. Kennedy 011451-00 1 JUL 2009
Junior eligible - CAPT G. C. Cathcart 016035-00 1 SEP 2015
Civil Engineer Corps (510X)
Year Groups 1991-1994
Senior eligible - CAPT P. A. Garin 012267-50 1 SEP 2011
Junior eligible - CAPT B. S. Weinstein 016016-50 1 SEP 2015
Limited Duty Officer (Staff) (65XX)
Senior eligible N/A
Junior eligible - N/A
Commander
Line
Unrestricted Line Officer (11XX/13XX)
Year Groups 1990-1997
Senior eligible - CDR J. C. Cannon 020382-50 1 JUL 2003
Junior eligible - CDR S. I. Campbell 023097-50 1 SEP 2012
Special Duty Officer (Human Resources) (120X)
Year Groups 1990-1997
Senior eligible - CDR W. L. Hendrickson 021027-00 1 FEB 2006
Junior eligible - CDR K. M. Miller 023116-00 1 SEP 2012
Special Duty Officer (Permanent Military Professor) (123X)
Year Groups 1992-1998
Senior eligible - CDR J. C. Woertz 021289-25 1 FEB 2007
Junior eligible - CDR D. P. Durkin 023407-50 1 JAN 2014
Engineering Duty Officer (14XX)
Year Groups 1992-1998
Senior eligible - CDR D. Demille 021274-25 1 JAN 2007
Junior eligible - CDR J. W. Ketcham 023159-25 1 JAN 2013
Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer (Engineering) (151X)
Year Groups 1994-1997
Senior eligible - CDR M. R. Conover 021932-00 1 APR 2009
Junior eligible - CDR M. J. Percy 023094-75 1 SEP 2012
Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer (Maintenance) (152X)
Year Groups 1991-1997
Senior eligible - CDR E. A. Santiago 021151-00 1 AUG 2006
Junior eligible - CDR J. M. Belmont 022972-00 1 JUN 2012
Special Duty Officer (Public Affairs) (165X)
Year Groups 1995-1996
Senior eligible - CDR S. D. McIlnay 022126-50 1 SEP 2009
Junior eligible - CDR G. L. Ross 022538-75 1 SEP 2013
Special Duty Officer (Foreign Area) (17XX)
Year Groups 1985-1996
Senior eligible - CDR M. J. Nyilis 020096-25 1 JUL 2007
Junior eligible - CDR M. P. Meydenbauer 023134-50 1 OCT 2012
Special Duty Officer (Oceanography) (180X)
Year Groups 1992-1996
Senior eligible - CDR A. Lomax 021340-75 1 JUN 2007
Junior eligible - CDR A. G. Turek 023133-50 1 OCT 2012
Special Duty Officer (Cryptologic Warfare) (181X)
Year Groups 1993-1997
Senior eligible - CDR R. R. Purifoy 021639-25 1 JUN 2008
Junior eligible - CDR D. W. Filanowicz 023378-25 1 OCT 2013
Special Duty Officer (Information Professional) (182X)
Year Groups 1982-1998
Senior eligible - CDR N. D. Villarin 020056-75 1 NOV 1998
Junior eligible - CDR P. C. Breuer 023299-25 1 SEP 2013
Special Duty Officer (Intelligence) (183X)
Year Groups 1992-1997
Senior eligible - CDR P. E. Durbin 021341-75 1 JUN 2007
Junior eligible - CDR J. P. Dewan 022986-25 1 AUG 2012
Limited Duty Officer (Line) (61XX/62XX/63XX/64XX/68XX)
Senior eligible N/A
Junior eligible - N/A
Staff Corps
Medical Corps (210X)
Year Groups 1984-1996
Senior eligible - CDR S. A. Magnes 020084-25 1 OCT 2000
Junior eligible - CDR J. Miller 023124-00 1 SEP 2012
Dental Corps (220X)
Year Groups 1982-1997
Senior eligible - CDR R. S. Thompson 020046-87 1 AUG 1998
Junior eligible - CDR M. E. Rudmann 023101-50 1 SEP 2012
Medical Service Corps (230X)
Year Groups 1987-1997
Senior eligible - CDR D. Economos 020654-00 1 SEP 2004
Junior eligible - CDR D. A. Rochino 023351-50 1 SEP 2013
Judge Advocate Generals Corps (250X)
Year Groups 1991-2001
Senior eligible - CDR E. B. Obrien III 021481-25 1 SEP 2007
Junior eligible - CDR B. J. Halliden 023396-00 1 DEC 2013
Nurse Corps (290X)
Year Groups 1987-1997
Senior eligible - CDR A. Williams 022775-50 1 SEP 2011
Junior eligible - CDR M. A. French 023302-75 1 SEP 2013
Supply Corps (310X)
Year Groups 1985-1997
Senior eligible - CDR C. A. Culwell 022153-00 1 NOV 2011
Junior eligible - CDR J. Gray 023006-50 1 SEP 2012
Chaplain Corps (410X)
Year Groups 1987-1997
Senior eligible - CDR B. A. Metzger 022362-50 1 AUG 2010
Junior eligible - CDR H. R. McClellan Jr. 023208-50 1 JUL 2013
Civil Engineer Corps (510X)
Year Groups 1992-1997
Senior eligible - CDR C. E. Bowers 021565-25 1 JAN 2008
Junior eligible - CDR T. B. McLemore 023105-50 1 SEP 2012
Limited Duty Officer (Staff) (65XX)
Year Group 1999
Senior eligible - CDR A. C. Ting 023117-00 1 SEP 2012
Junior eligible - N/A
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby Sum1 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:07 pm

Wondering how much that will impact our community, since we're continuously told that we don't have enough officers in the O-4 and above inventory.
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby yoshi » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:56 pm

it's nice to see and I hope it does affect us. the only way things get better is via more productive senior leadership. there are several good leaders at O5 and O6 in our community, but that is certainly not the rule. hopefully the community will abandon empire building in MD, allowing officers a chance to understand what happens - and how - in the Navy. That would produce leaders: those who understand what matters most and enable the community to better fill the role for which it was designed.
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby Sum1 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 8:02 pm

Just found out today that 10th Fleet stood up three more commands.

Relevant changes or more unnecessary reorganizations? I have no idea what they're supposed to do, so I'm curious to hear from someone who does.
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby navyguy2 » Sat Aug 11, 2018 6:19 pm

More details on the new commands here....https://stationhypo.com/2018/08/10/cryp ... group-six/
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby Sum1 » Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:53 am

navyguy2 wrote:More details on the new commands here....https://stationhypo.com/2018/08/10/cryp ... group-six/


Zero details on the new commands at that location. If you want to read a history of CWG-6 and/or NSGA and/or NIOC Maryland, go there. If you're looking for anything else (like me), it will have to come from elsewhere.

This is literally the only paragraph that references the new commands:

"Today at 1000 (EST), under the leadership of VADM T. J. White, Cryptologic Warfare Group-SIX (CWG-SIX) will establish Cryptologic Warfare Activity (CWA) 65, Cryptologic Warfare Activity (CWA) 66 and Cryptologic Warfare Activity (CWA) 67. CDR Mark Boggis will take command of CWA 65, CDR Joseph Harrison will take command of CWA 66 and CDR William Wilson will take command of CWA 67."
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Re: FY19 board Statistics (CAPT & CDR) - 1810

Postby yoshi » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:32 pm

sum1:
saw a friend describe CWA-66 mission as: 'to provide and deploy trained and ready cryptologic warfare officers and cryptologic technicians to support the collection and exploitation of targets in support of national signals intelligence priorities.' it was a mission statement snippet from a document following Navy correspondence form. It also included a UIC, PLAD, and SNDL. I've no reason to doubt the info, given the source. 'To provide and deploy ready forces' is very much a type wing, phibgru, TYCOM mission statement (ADCON). As a whole, our community struggles to understand the difference between ADCON and operations, believing providing ready forces is operations. Non deploying Navy (P2) missions are operations. This would be cyber, FIOC, and the like. The P3 Sailors, traditional DIRSUPers, and support functions see our commands performing largely ADCON functions - forces to a commander. That's not operations. Some say we call it operations because it allows the CWO kingdom (FCC/C10F) to hang on to long standing functions which should reside at TYCOM, functions NSGA performed for years (what our community knows how to do). This might be true of a few, but i think most officers really just don't know the difference or don't care (because they only need to care about their organization to take of their FITREP). In any case, we are propagating a system that is different than the rest of the Navy and injecting it into the minds of our junior officers.

It's hard for our community to accept OPCON/ADCON reality, and this explains why we have commands briefing C5F flight operations as though the NIOC CO owns the operation. And the funny thing is, - it's more than one NIOC briefing the same mission to two different COs with neither being the operational commander! Truth is, many of our officers simply don't know any better, our community having not afforded the experiences for officers to learn how the Navy works. Most only know how it works where they are stationed.
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