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In honor of all lives lost on this day 21 years ago, we remember. 🇺🇸
Our Commanding Officer visited Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron 11. Check out these great pictures and details around his visit!
220804-N-NT795-025 HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (Aug. 4, 2022) Capt. Jason S. Eckhardt, commanding officer of Navy Reserve Center (NRC) Los Angeles, speaks with Sailors assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 11, prior to an underway training as part of Maritime Expeditionary Securi...
It’s Physical Readiness Test season! Be sure to support your Sailors as they push for their best physical readiness in support of a healthy reserve force!
Being selected for the rank of E7 is a major accomplishment and milestone in a Navy career. We’re excited to announce our selected Staff and Selres members very soon!
Coming soon: Results for E-7 TAR Cycle 254 and SELRES Cycle 110 will be released to triads via Bupers Online (BOL) on July 18th and via NAVADMIN on July 19th.
Two of our Sailors were proud to support your Los Angeles Dodgers on the Fourth of July as part of the flag detail. It’s always an honor to represent our brothers and sisters in arms and be welcomed by such an amazing crowd. Until next time!
Please join us in congratulating AWR1 Jacinto and AD2 Rice on their advancement! BZ shipmates!
Cycle 255 Advancement Quotas are out. Best of luck to our TAR and Active component Staff Members! Have questions or need further guidance on Navy Advancement? MyNavy HR is your resource!
Active Duty E-4 to E-6 Cycle 255 Quotas are out!
E-4-E-6 TAR Quotas - https://go.usa.gov/xJdRV
E-4 Active Duty Quotas - https://go.usa.gov/xJdRt
E-5 Active Duty Quotas - https://go.usa.gov/xJdnr
E-6 Active Duty Quotas - https://go.usa.gov/xJdnb
BOL TRIAD release: 23 JUNE. All-Hands release: 24 JUNE
We understand there have been a lot of questions about the results release timing.
The Team hears you!
When single day testing returns this fall – we expect the results to return to pre-COVID timelines.
Overlapping exam cycles, test ordering & other key steps hampered release for the Spring exam cycle.
Thanks for the patience – we’re doing everything we can to get things back to normal!
The Fall SELRES and Active Component Navy-Wide Advancement Exam NAVADMINs are out! We will post full-text here later today. If you want the sneak peak, check out the links below!
Active Component: https://go.usa.gov/xJdNU
Good luck to all who are eligible!
Fair Winds and Following Seas to PS2 McNeil. PS2 checked out today after four years of providing excellent pay and personnel assistance to our SELRES and Units. Best of luck on your transfer and future service!
At 10 AM PST, we will be saying farewell to Captain Pastorin, and welcoming Captain Eckhardt as our Commanding Officer. You are invited to join us to watch the ceremony here live!
The NFL invites all active duty, veterans and their families, to the Salute the Service appreciation day. February 10th from 1500-2200 at the LA convention center.
For all veterans and active duty members in need of a christmas tree, go to the link for more informations from the VFW's "Operation pull up"
PFC Adrienne L. Mitchell All- American VFW Post 2122 is proud to announce It's Christmas Tree Giveaway for 100 veterans and their families.
Honoring our fallen
Hero Home, -United States Navy, Seaman 1st Class (S1c) Wallace G. Mitchell, will made his final journey to his home, almost 80 years after being killed in ac...
NRC Los Angeles celebrates thanksgiving. To all our sailors we wish a Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.
Attention all NOSC Los Angeles sailors,
NOSC LA, along with many other NOSC’s around the country will be changing their name to Navy Reserve Center (NRC) and this will go into effect immediately.
NOSC Los Angeles celebrates Halloween with a costume contest! Congratulations to the winners 1st place LS2 Funderburg and 2nd place AT2 Strong
Congratulations and BZ to the NRU's of the year
Small NRU- DCMA WEST REG
Medium NRU- NMPAC MAU OKI
Large NRU- SURGEMAIN LA
Justin Turner ( #10), starting third baseman of the Los Angeles Dodgers, wishes the Navy a happy 246th birthday with a special shout-out to local LA area Sailors!
SurgeMain Sailors Cover COVID Gap, Demobilization Starts Apr. 1
Beginning on April 1, 850 Navy Reserve Sailors mobilized by the Surge Maintenance (SurgeMain) program and deployed to the four naval shipyards will begin demobilization. The SurgeMain Sailors provide
On October 13, 2020, NOSC Los Angeles celebrated the Navy's 245th Birthday.
CNR Message to the Force 17 Aug 20
USNR Capt. Claudia Macon - Profiles in Professionalism
THREE days left to complete this advancement eligibility requirement! If taking the upcoming exam for Cycles 107 or 248, you must complete PMK-EE prior to 1 August. Remember, you only have to take PMK-EE once per pay grade and you must take the PMK-EE for the pay grade to which you are advancing.
NOSC Los Angeles will be observing the holiday weekend and will be out of office from 03JUL2020-06JUL2020.
Please contact the CDO at (310) 617-8380 for any emergencies.
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If you are a person in crisis, or in a need of a safe and judgement free place to talk, call the trevorlifeline now at 1-866-488-7386.
Today we remember our brothers and sisters that have given the ultimate sacrifice to secure our freedom.
Taps: Our Final Farewell
In a new message to all Navy Reservists, Commander, Navy Reserve Force (CNRF) is extending the current postponement of on-site Reserve drill weekends until June 30, and providing additional guidance resulting from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s Military Spouse AppreciationDay! A standing ovation to all you military spouses out there holding down the fort, facing deployments, PCS moves, and general every day military life. This life brings about its challenges, but you all are champions and continue to amaze us every day!
Military service members know the importance of military spouses. We take this day to celebrate both the efforts and sacrifice of military spouses everywhere.
200502-N-HG846-1001 NEW YORK (May 2, 2020) – Siblings U.S. Navy Reserve Cmdr. Ceclia Mendoza and Logistics Specialist 1st Class Ernesto Mendoza discuss their relationship while supporting the COVID-19 response on opposite coasts. U.S. Northern Command, through U.S. Army North, is providing militar...
33 NOSC LA personnel that mobilized to support the fight against the COVID-19 global pandemic utilized the Distributed Mobilization (DM) process. The speed and efficiency of this process was made possible thanks to the Herculean efforts of the NOSC LA Mob Team coupled with those 33 individuals and their superb efforts maintaining their respective mob readiness! BZ to all involved!!
DVIDS - News - Distributed Mobilization Process Accelerates Navy Reserve Support to COVID-19 Response Efforts
As of April 28, nearly 1,600 Reserve Sailors are supporting COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts around the world. Nearly 1,000 of those Sailors were mobilized using a new Distributed Mobilization (DM) process.
JFLCC P***c Affairs released a short video today highlighting Navy Reservists supporting COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts in New York City.
Our own CDR Mendoza (EMF CP Det F) is featured as well!
200416-N-OK547-1001 NEW YORK (April 18, 2020) – Service members discuss their roles at New York City hospitals in support of the Department of Defense COVID-19 response. U.S. Northern Command, through U.S. Army North, is providing military support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help...
On April 16, Commander, Navy Reserve Force (CNRF) issued ALNAVRESFOR 011/20, which announces several new policies for Navy Reserve Sailors, consolidates temporary COVID-19 guidance for ease of reference, and postpones all drill weekends until the end of May.
Vice Adm. Luke McCollum Releases Message to the Navy Reserve Force in ALNAVRESFOR 010/20
5 NOSC LA Sailors are currently deployed to NYC answering this call. To all NOSC LA Sailors, please coordinate through your Unit Leadership if you’re able to assist as requests for support fighting this pandemic are being coordinated with them.
Under the direction of U.S. Northern Command for COVID-19 pandemic response efforts, approximately 500 Navy Reserve medical professionals will soon expand local medical capabilities in the New York area.
In support of the Navy's Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic response, the Navy has instituted a Distributed Mobilization (DM) process allowing a more efficient path to recall Reserve Sailors to active duty in support of the COVID-19 response.
BIBLIOGRAPHIES FOR FALL CYCLE EXAMS NOW AVAILABLE!
Bibliographies for August SELRES (Cycle 107) and September AD (Cycle 248) are now available on MyNavy Portal, Navy COOL, and the Navy COOL mobile app.
**Due to the rescheduled exams, the Spring cycle bibliographies will still be available on both websites. If you do not see new bibliographies, you may need to refresh browser or clear cache.
Happy 127th Birthday Chief Petty Officers!
Tomorrow, April 1st, is the 127th Birthday of the Chief Petty Officer! In honor of this milestone Old Ironsides Chiefs Mess will be giving the Facebook Live virtual tour of USS Constitution at 1 p.m. ET! Our Chiefs will kick off the event with a live reading of the CPO Creed, followed by the tour of the ship. Get your questions ready! Huzzah!
As part of the ongoing efforts to minimize COVID-19 Coronavirus transmission, Commander, Navy Reserve Force (CNRF) is waiving several telework administrative requirements and increasing telework options for Reserve Sailors.
In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and for the safety of all hands, and their families, I’ve directed the NOSC Los Angeles Staff to begin teleworking from home starting Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 and for the foreseeable future (at least for the remainder of this week). The NOSC will remain open and will be staffed with minimum personnel to support Reservists that need imminent mobilization and mission-essential (ME) operational support. The staff’s landlines will be forwarded to their respective recalls as they operate in a telework environment. NOSC LA Reservists are strongly encouraged to work with their Unit Leadership on telework and/or drill reschedule plans for the time being.
NOSC LA will continue to employ risk-based measures for the protection of its’ Sailors and their families. We are re-emphasizing the use of good judgement, and avoiding contact with sick people, practicing proper hygiene, and cough/sneeze etiquette. We encourage our Sailors and their families to follow personal health protective guidance put out by the CDC and Office of Personnel Readiness as we continue to navigate these uncharted waters combating the spread of COVID-19.
DVIDS - News - Commander, Navy Reserve Force COVID-19 FAQ
CNRF COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions Updated 15MAR20 1800
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Coronavirus: DOD Response
The Defense Department is working closely with the Department of Health and Human Services and State Department to provide support in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
Based on higher guidance from CNRF, we will be postponing the upcoming DWE. Please continue to take care of yourselves, your Shipmates, and your Sailors as we navigate these uncharted waters.
The physical spaces of NOSC Los Angeles will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, 12 Mar 2020, in order to test it's Continuity of Operations (COOP) capabilities and will be teleworking remotely. Items of note:
* Staff will be up on emails via OWA with access to websites in their area of expertise (NROWS/DTS/NSIPS/EDM/MRRS) in order to continue to support our Reservists.
* Staff desk lines will be forwarded to their respective recall in order to maintain that level of connectivity with our Reservists.
The NOSC CDO will still be available via mobile as necessary. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we test this vital capability.
NOSC Los Angeles will resume normal operations on Friday, 13 Mar 2020.
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Staffed by Full-Time Support (FTS) personnel, where the Selected Reservists (SELRES) Sailors come to do their weekend drills. Intended mostly to handle administrative functions, medical/dental readiness, classroom style training and mobilization of SELRES. Also, tasked to provide personnel, both FTS staff and SELRES, for participation in Funeral Honors Details.
Mission Statement: To generate mobilization readiness of Navy Reserve Units by providing administrative services, training support, and world class customer service to Reserve personnel in support of surge and operational requirements for the Navy and Marine Corps team and Joint Forces.
Vision: NOSC Los Angeles will be the premier NOSC in RCCSW, incorporating the best practices of world class customer service and support for our Sailors.
Guiding Principles: We recognize the unique challenges our Sailors face as Citizen-Sailors. We commend all Sailors who strive to achieve this work-life balance, while continuing to provide dedicated service to the U.S. Navy and our great Nation.
NOSC Los Angeles will partner with Reserve Unit Commands to ensure Sailors are meeting Navy requirements in the key pillars of Medical Readiness, Training, Career Development, Pay and Equal Opportunity.
Unit CO’s and leadership will ensure strict adherence to and accountability to the mission, vision, and guiding principles throughout their units.
Each Sailor will assume paramount responsibility for their medical readiness, training, and requirements to achieve a satisfactory year. It is incumbent on you to prepared to mobilize in support of the United States Navy Combat Team.
We will treat everyone with Dignity and Respect and will exemplify the Navy Core Values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment in all our efforts.
Capt. Michael D. Johns NOSC Los Angeles Commanding Officer