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09/15/2020

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🔥HOT🔥Check out our newest Sailor to Sailor newsletter:https://media.defense.gov/2020/Sep/14/2002497376/-1/-1/0/MYNAVYHR_...
09/14/2020

🔥HOT🔥

Check out our newest Sailor to Sailor newsletter:
https://media.defense.gov/2020/Sep/14/2002497376/-1/-1/0/MYNAVYHR_S2S_10SEPTEMBER20.PDF

09/14/2020
media.defense.gov

Leaders, it’s time for a conversation about racial inequalities. This “Necessary Conversations” guide can help get the discussion started.

It begins with providing your Sailors with the environment to openly communicate with you. Your leadership is essential to ensure that we eradicate racism from our formations, one command at a time.

Bibliographies are now available for the February 2021 E-4/5/6 SELRES Navy-wide Advancement Exams.  Bibs are available o...
09/14/2020

Bibliographies are now available for the February 2021 E-4/5/6 SELRES Navy-wide Advancement Exams. Bibs are available on the MyNavy Portal and Navy COOL websites. You can also download the Navy COOL mobile app and view bibliographies on your phone. Start studying today! 📚📖

⚠️⚠️⚠️ ID CARDS ⚠️⚠️⚠️Navy ID Card Facilities are working tirelessly to clear the backlog of appointments due to COVID-1...
09/14/2020

⚠️⚠️⚠️ ID CARDS ⚠️⚠️⚠️
Navy ID Card Facilities are working tirelessly to clear the backlog of appointments due to COVID-19. As per NAVADMIN 253/20 - If your CAC is expired or expiring before 30 SEP 2020.. YOU are the priority.

Scan the QR code on the graphic for more information about the #payrolltaxdeferral! Don't forget to plan and budget acco...
09/13/2020

Scan the QR code on the graphic for more information about the #payrolltaxdeferral! Don't forget to plan and budget accordingly!

09/11/2020
The Leadership Within

The Leadership Within

Vice Adm. John Nowell is a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Ocean Engineering and holds a Master of Science in Weapons Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School. Nowell’s operational tours have spanned the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets to include forward deployed naval forces in Europe and the Western Pacific. He served aboard USS Callaghan (DDG 994), USS Bunker Hill (CG 52), USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51), and USS The Sullivans (DDG 68). He commanded USS Porter (DDG 78), and Destroyer Squadron 60/Task Force 65. He also served as the maritime force commander (Combined Task Force-Bravo) for Joint Task Force Lebanon, Commander of Task Force West and Central Africa (CTF-365), and commander of the inaugural Africa Partnership Station deployment.

As a mother, a wife to a deployed Sailor, and a super star Navy recruiter, there isn't always time left over to care abo...
09/11/2020

As a mother, a wife to a deployed Sailor, and a super star Navy recruiter, there isn't always time left over to care about much else. However, Navy Career Counselor 1st Class Patricia Merryman, from Navy Talent Acquisition Group Miami, is also a strong leader for the command resiliency team, which provides the commanding officer with key information and insight into the command and its personnel, in order to implement positive measures to promote well-being and resilience – a process Merryman is very familiar with.

This week's Recruiter Spotlight is Navy Career Counselor 1st Class Patricia Merryman, from NTAG Miami!

Read more here: https://www.dvidshub.net/news/377854/finding-success-through-work-life-balance

“One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the h...
09/11/2020
NETC Honors 9/11 Victims, Survivors during Commemoration Ceremony

“One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice.” -- President George W. Bush stated at the dedication of the 9/11 Memorial at the Pentagon

Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) held a 9/11 commemoration ceremony at the command headquarters onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, Sept. 11.

09/11/2020
Pentagon - 9/11

Images from the Pentagon the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, minutes after the attack.

Active-Duty E-8 and E-9 Advancement Results Release Schedule Announced!
09/11/2020

Active-Duty E-8 and E-9 Advancement Results Release Schedule Announced!

We remember
09/11/2020

We remember

Read the latest from our listening session in San Diego:
09/10/2020

Read the latest from our listening session in San Diego:

09/10/2020
Brock Davis Accepts NROTC Scholarship to Morehouse College

Join the Navy while attending college through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC)! NROTC offers 2, 3, and 4-year scholarships and non-scholarship options that all lead to becoming an officer in the Navy or Marine Corps.

Commander, Navy Recruiting Command, Rear Adm. Dennis Velez, and staff members of Morehouse College, present Brock Davis with a check for his Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship to Morehouse College.

Missing PMK-EE completion documentation? Follow the steps below to correct the issue. ⬇️
09/10/2020

Missing PMK-EE completion documentation? Follow the steps below to correct the issue. ⬇️

U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command (RTC) Photo of the Week.Each week we will post a picture from the U.S. Navy's only Bo...
09/10/2020

U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command (RTC) Photo of the Week.

Each week we will post a picture from the U.S. Navy's only Boot Camp which highlights how we turn civilians into basically trained Sailors.

Recruits participate in an abandon ship training exercise inside the USS Indianapolis Combat Training Pool at Recruit Training Command (RTC) in Great Lakes, Ill. The abandon ship scenario includes donning a life preserver, stepping off of a 10-foot platform, and swimming to and entering a life raft. The training at the combat pool also includes the 3rd-class swim qualification comprised of an additional 10-foot platform jump, a 50 meter swim, and a five-minute prone float. All recruits are required to pass the swim qualification on their journey to become a Sailor in the world’s strongest Navy. More than 40,000 recruits train annually at the Navy’s only boot camp. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Spencer Fling)

The chance to put on chief's anchors in the Reserve Full-Time Support Community dropped this year to 16 percent, down fr...
09/10/2020

The chance to put on chief's anchors in the Reserve Full-Time Support Community dropped this year to 16 percent, down from last year's 21 percent opportunity. The FY 21 Reserve and FTS E-7 Board convened Sept. 8 in Millington, Tenn.

#BETHE1TO listen to a friend and show compassion. You can  save someone's life by being intentional and ensuring those a...
09/09/2020

#BETHE1TO listen to a friend and show compassion. You can save someone's life by being intentional and ensuring those around you are doing OK. It takes just one small act.

The Selected Reserve Fiscal-Year 2021 E-7 Board convened in Millington on Sept. 8. The overall 34 percent chance to put ...
09/09/2020

The Selected Reserve Fiscal-Year 2021 E-7 Board convened in Millington on Sept. 8. The overall 34 percent chance to put on anchors in the drilling reserve this year is over double last year's 16 percent shot. Click on the photo to see the full quotas by rating.

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09/09/2020

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09/09/2020
The Joint Staff

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"Every loss to suicide is a horrible human tragedy--whether it's our teammate, a family member or our friend. Across the military, at all levels of leadership, our commitment to each other is unwavering and it takes all of us to prevent suicide...Take care of each other--you are our Nation's most valuable resource and each and every one of you represents all that is good about America."

Hear more from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley.

#ConnectToProtect #BeThere

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Suicide Prevention Office Military Health Defense Health Agency PHCoE - Psychological Health Center of Excellence

It's coming. Are you ready?
09/08/2020

It's coming. Are you ready?

It's coming. Are you ready?Leave us a comment with how many seconds you were able to hold on day 1.
09/08/2020

It's coming. Are you ready?

Leave us a comment with how many seconds you were able to hold on day 1.

⚠️ News Flash ⚠️
09/08/2020

⚠️ News Flash ⚠️

The Navy College Virtual Education Center (NCVEC) telephone line is back up and running! If you would like to speak with...
09/08/2020

The Navy College Virtual Education Center (NCVEC) telephone line is back up and running! If you would like to speak with an Education Counselor, give them a call today! Hours are: Mon-Thur 0700-1900; Fri 0700-1200. You can also text the number. If you don't have access to a phone, click this link for more contact options: https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/contact.htm
Get started on your education journey today!

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MyNavy HR is responsible for manning the Fleet and making sure that our Sailors are ready for the litany of jobs and tasks they will be asked to undertake in the Navy. This responsibility includes finding and recruiting talented individuals to serve, executing training pipelines that take young Sailors through their initial education and beyond, and ensuring that our ships, squadrons, and submarines are fully manned.

Sailor 2025 is the Navy’s program to improve and modernize personnel management and training systems to more effectively recruit, develop, manage, reward, and retain the force of tomorrow. We are focused on empowering Sailors, updating policies, procedures, and operating systems, and providing the right training at the right time in the right way to ensure Sailors are ready for the Fleet.

Over the next several years, the MyNavy HR Transformation will change how human resources (HR) services are offered throughout a Sailor’s entire “Hire-to-Retire” lifecycle and improve fleet combat readiness.

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