NTAG Houston Prior Service Recruiting

NTAG Houston Prior Service Recruiting The life you led as a servicemember, Navy or otherwise, was unique. Let's get you back in uniform. Part-time commitment, full-time benefits. Commitment is only part-time.

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Operating as usual

07/07/2020
MyNavy HR

To all of our new enlistees and COVID reservists, here is some news, straight from the horse’s mouth. We are exempt from PFA 2020 Cycle 2. VADM also giving some additional gouge on the upcoming integration of planks in lieu of sit-ups.

An important update on the PFA Cycle 2! The next PRT is.....

Good morning Houston!  The response to COVID-19 manning changes has led to a few updates for prior service programs:If y...
04/15/2020

Good morning Houston! The response to COVID-19 manning changes has led to a few updates for prior service programs:

If you recently separated from Navy active duty or drilling reserves status in the last 24 months and are interested in coming back, we have an accelerated re-affiliation to active duty or reserves. This will only apply to those sailors rated in one of the critical rates. These changes do not apply to to those sailors looking to cross-rate or to other branches.

If you’re not entirely ready to step away from your civilian career but do need a level of stability or insurance to your to protect your new livelihood, our team can help you compare benefits of Reserve service. It’s a different lifestyle and might suit your family and career goals better than active duty.

Please be advised: the rating list is subject to change as fleet needs change so we will not be publicly posting the list, but if you or someone you know might be interested in coming back to the Navy active duty or reserves please reach out for the most up-to-date info.

04/01/2020

If you’ve recently reached out to us via messenger on Facebook please accept apologies for delayed responses. We have had a very rapid influx of veterans inquiring about joining back and many cases require some research due to individual situations. We will do our absolute best to ensure the highest quality of service to each interested applicant and appreciate your patience. Thank you to all our veterans and those of you referring friends!

NTAG Houston Prior Service Recruiting
03/30/2020

NTAG Houston Prior Service Recruiting

03/27/2020
MyNavy HR

Wash your hands, folks!

The team at #MyNAVYHR reminds you to wash your hands often, with soap and water, for at least 20 sec., especially after going to the bathroom, before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.

03/09/2020
Travis Manion Foundation

If you’re a veteran looking for a fantastic volunteer opportunity, definitely check out Travis Manion Foundation. You can be a mentor, you can help with a local 9/11 Heroes Run race planning and operations, you can connect with other community members that live under the mantra “If not me, then who?” If you’re in Houston, stop by the Combined Arms downtown and check it out!

This is what happens when you pair Veterans with young adults for a 5-month character-building experience.

Happy Birthday Seabees!!! 🐝🐝🐝
03/06/2020
Matthew Cikity posted on LinkedIn

Happy Birthday Seabees!!! 🐝🐝🐝

Happy Birthday Seabees! Proud to be part of such an amazing organization for the last ~23 years!...

01/10/2020

Congratulations to Houston’s newest ASTRONAUTS!! 🚀🧑🏼‍🚀👩🏽‍🚀🌖

12/25/2019

Merry Christmas from your friendly neighborhood Navy!!

12/07/2019

Pearl Harbor, we remember.

Keep up to date on changes to your Tricare benefits!  The annual cost increases scheduled for the 2020 calendar year hav...
12/03/2019
Tricare Costs Changing in 2020

Keep up to date on changes to your Tricare benefits! The annual cost increases scheduled for the 2020 calendar year have been published.

With the new year comes new insurance rates

10/30/2019

Show us your Astros gear!! ⚓️⚾️🚀💙🧡

10/30/2019

We are the Navy Reserve Recruiting team at Navy Talent Acquisition Houston wants to thank the Houston Astros for all the love and support they’ve shown our local sailors and supporting military and veterans. Good luck tonight! Take it back, Astros!! Don’t give up the ship!!

#SailorsForStros #NTAGHouston #HoustonPriorServiceRecruiting #TakeItBack #WorldSeries2019 #houstonastros #WorldSeries #Navylife #Forgedbythesea #NavyReserves #NavyRecruiter #Houston #Houston_ig #astrosbaseball #josealtuve #alexbregman #georgespringer #gerritcole45 #justinverlander #carloscorrea #juligurriel #michaelbrantley #joshreddick

Houston Veterans!  Saturday is for you!
10/29/2019
Combined Arms

Houston Veterans! Saturday is for you!

Join us on November 2nd for our next huge event, the Combined Arms Veteran & Community Picnic on the Amegy Bank Backyard! Admission is FREE!

Special guests include:
Nick Russo of The Bull as Special Guest Emcee!

Musical Guests:
H-Town's very own Rich O'Toole!
From the Voice on NBC, Shawn Sounds!
HSPVA's Mariachi Los Pasajeros!

You can pre-register at https://www.classy.org/event/3rd-annual-veteran-and-community-picnic-family-registration/e251245

Some of our prior service team took time to stop at some of the murals done recognizing each of the 7 post season games!...
10/29/2019

Some of our prior service team took time to stop at some of the murals done recognizing each of the 7 post season games!! Gotta love how this city pulls together to support the home team! Finish this World Series! Take it back, Astros!!

Houston Area military spouses: this one’s for you!
10/28/2019

Houston Area military spouses: this one’s for you!

ATTENTION Military Spouses:

Our next Coffee Connection will held at 10am on SATURDAY, 11/16/19.

More details to follow!

Before you do anything drastic, talk it out with someone who a) can help, b) WANTS to listen.
09/25/2019
Navy Times

Before you do anything drastic, talk it out with someone who a) can help, b) WANTS to listen.

“Talk to your chain of command. If your chain of command isn’t helping you, go outside your chain of command.”

NTAG Houston Prior Service Recruiting
09/20/2019

NTAG Houston Prior Service Recruiting

Houston just can’t catch a break!  What doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger!!
09/20/2019

Houston just can’t catch a break! What doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger!!

Powerful image from yesterday’s flood, it serves as a reminder that our officers truly have a servant’s heart and love our community. This is who we are, this is why we serve. #HoustonStrong

09/18/2019

Our baby sister branch turns 72 today!!

Squadron Posters
09/12/2019

Squadron Posters

“This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with destiny” -Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Ordinary people banded together and did extraordinarily things. Now they are heroes.

Dragon Lady Forever!  She’s as legendary as the peanut butter shot!
08/29/2019

Dragon Lady Forever! She’s as legendary as the peanut butter shot!

08/28/2019

Congratulations to Ladonovan Brown! He took the oath of enlistment into the US Navy Reserves administered by Commanding Officer NOSC Shreveport Juan Luna today. Corporal now Petty Officer Brown recently separated from the Louisiana NAT Guard in April. Bravo Zulu!

If you’re local to Houston and have served before, or if you’re a reservist looking to market yourself in a new way, che...
08/26/2019
NextOp Veterans on LinkedIn: "Last chance to sign up for the training tomorrow! Get your foot in the door to an industry with limitless opportunities. The Ready for Industry Boot Camp is a 3 ½ day workshop that will give military veterans...

If you’re local to Houston and have served before, or if you’re a reservist looking to market yourself in a new way, check out this opportunity starting tomorrow! NextOp at Combined Arms is hosting an event to help veterans get into skilled trades in LaPorte!

August 26, 2019: NextOp Veterans posted an article on LinkedIn

07/22/2019
Aldie Senators

This is amazing and adorable!

Probably one of our best “baseball related” practices this season, but the most important thing they learned tonight was how to respect the American Flag and our National Anthem! #rising8U #teachthemyoung #practicemakesperfect #trainingforPNatsgame #memorialdayweekend

07/07/2019

Did anyone else catch Jesse Iwuji representing the Navy Reserves this weekend? He’s a race car driver and guest analyst for NASCAR in his civilian life, Surface Warfare Officer in his Navy life. Congrats on your recent promotion to LCDR, sir!

Today the Astros Foundation in Houston honors Women’s Veterans Day in Texas!  We presented the colors with our all femal...
06/12/2019

Today the Astros Foundation in Houston honors Women’s Veterans Day in Texas! We presented the colors with our all female color guard, with OS2 Giovanni Walker performing the National Anthem. Thank you so much to the Houston Astros for recognizing the role of women and their service in the military.

Something to think about for the Reserve side of the house.
06/11/2019
Navy Reserve

Something to think about for the Reserve side of the house.

Now you can't say "GI didn't know."

Sailors with over 16 years of service who want to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill to a dependent must do so before July 12, or risk losing the ability to transfer education benefits.

Find out more information in the link below or contact the CNRFC Education Benefits office at [email protected] or by calling 1-800-621-8853

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The Navy Reserve

What would you give to feel the pride of wearing the uniform again? The answer doesn’t have to be a full-time commitment. You could be serving part-time. Making the most of your prior military service experience. And rediscovering what you miss most about the military – by affiliating with the Navy Reserve. There’s never been a better time to affiliate. So take everything in this section into consideration as you decide if the Navy Reserve is right for you. A life of service. A life of your own. See what it means to those who have served before. THERE ARE PLENTY OF REASONS TO JOIN Servicemembers who transition away from the military find time to focus on other obligations, priorities and goals. But they also give up an important part of who they are. Serving in the Navy Reserve can put you back in touch with what’s missing and enable you to pick up right where you left off. Military experience is something that stays with you. Whether you served as an Enlisted Sailor or Officer in the Navy. Whether you served in the Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard or National Guard. Whether you served on Active Duty or as a Reservist. And that holds true whether you’ve been away for a few months or a few years. Once you’ve heard the call to serve, you know how important and worthwhile military service is. These are some of the things that lead many to carry on their legacy in uniform – in the Navy Reserve. Resume your mission and renew your commitment Military life doesn’t have to be an either/or proposition. You can balance your life outside the military with your desire to serve again. You can have the best of both worlds. You can do it as a respected member of the Navy Reserve. It’s an ideal situation. Open a new chapter in uniform. Focus on everyday commitments or pursuits in the civilian sector. Return to serve a familiar mission, every month and every year. Reconnect with military life The life you led as a servicemember, Navy or otherwise, was unique. You had the satisfaction of being part of something bigger than yourself. You enjoyed a sense of camaraderie and a purpose that those outside the military can’t relate to. The Navy Reserve lets you stay connected – to the people, the friendships, the pride and the lifestyle. It enables you to resume your career in uniform – while giving you the flexibility to enjoy a full home life, have a civilian career and pursue educational interests. It allows you to actively contribute to the mission of America’s Navy – without having to do it full-time on Active Duty. CURRENTLY SERVING IN AN ACTIVE DUTY CAPACITY? What will you do when your current military service obligation is up? As an Active Duty member of the military, you can go on serving full-time. You can opt to enter the civilian sector. Or you can discover the best of both worlds – making the seamless transition to part-time service in the Navy Reserve. It’s never too early to start thinking about your next step. So take everything in this section into consideration as you decide if the Navy Reserve is right for you. POTENTIAL AFFILIATION BONUSES NOW AVAILABLE Depending upon your rating or specialty and whether you are an Enlisted Sailor or an Officer, you could be earning a bonus from $5,000 to $20,000. DEPLOYMENT DEFERMENT FOR UP TO TWO YEARS If you’re a former Navy servicemember (NAVET), be aware that you can receive guaranteed initial deployment deferment when you affiliate with the Navy Reserve. • Two-year involuntary mobilization deferment available if affiliating within six months of release from Active Duty • One-year involuntary mobilization deferment available if affiliating between seven and twelve months after release from Active Duty Contact your Navy Reserve Recruiter or the Career Transition Office (CTO) to learn more. Realize the potential for career advancement Today’s Navy Reserve has a wealth of career opportunities. From Construction to Cryptology. Health Care to Chaplaincy. Law Enforcement to Office Administration. Continue to do what you do best – but on a part-time basis. The ongoing experience will not only help further your military career, it can open doors in the civilian sector as well. If you were in the Navy, you will typically resume at your previous rate or rank in the Navy Reserve. If you’re transitioning from another service branch, you can check out the Rate/Rank Converter to see how your current pay grade may translate in the Navy Reserve. And be aware that those with the right skill sets who are interested in areas outside of their specialty may qualify to cross-train in a new field. Contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter for details. Further refine your skills Navy Reservists work side by side with Active Duty personnel. They have access to the same training, equipment and advancement opportunities. They take on significant responsibilities. This means you can build on the expertise you have in both the military and civilian sectors and further enhance your abilities. As a Reservist, you’ll be the ultimate team player – ready when needed. You’ll take skills acquired in uniform and apply them to your civilian job – and vice versa. It’s truly an opportunity to make the most of your experience. Reap the benefits again Navy benefits (and military benefits in general) are exceptional by most standards. Those who leave the military often find that civilian benefits just don’t measure up. Serving part-time, you can reclaim many of the benefits you once enjoyed. Supplementing what you receive in the civilian sector with what you receive as a Reservist. Securing a better future for you and your family. The Navy Reserve provides everything from generous pay to additional points toward retirement. It gives you access to many of the same financial, health, education and travel benefits that you received when serving before. What’s more, you could earn a potential affiliation bonus from $5,000 to $20,000 when you join. Contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter for details. BASIC OBLIGATIONS Serving in the Navy Reserve traditionally requires a minimum of one weekend a month (drilling) and two weeks a year (annual training). Most of the training can be arranged to take place close to home so relocation is not required. In general, this is what to expect from committing to serve in the Navy Reserve: • Drilling: Your regular training typically amounts to 16 hours each month at a nearby training site. There are hundreds of locations across the U.S. – and very likely one is close to where you live. Note that you may be able to take advantage of flexible drilling options. This could involve fulfilling the annual commitment in a single, extended mission or serving on weekdays if your civilian career makes weekend service difficult. • Annual Training: For at least two weeks each year, you will take part in advanced training that can take you across the U.S. or around the globe. This is typically a command exercise with your drilling Reserve detachment, but you may also have opportunities to pursue independent assignments that broaden your experience. • Service Commitment: For current or former servicemembers seeking Enlisted positions, the minimum Navy Reserve service requirement typically ranges from two to six years. For former servicemembers seeking Officer positions, the minimum service requirement may vary. Contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter for details. • Enlisted Basic Training: If you’ve served in an Enlisted role in the Navy (NAVET) or any other service branch (OSVET), there’s no need to repeat Recruit Training (Boot Camp) again. • Officer Training: If you previously served as a Navy Officer (NAVET), there’s no need to repeat the prerequisite training for commissioning. You can apply through the Direct Commission Officer Program. If you served as an Officer in any other service branch (OSVET) or served in an Enlisted role (NAVET or OSVET) but now meet the requirements to become an Officer, you may also apply through the Direct Commission Officer Program. However, you will have to complete the 12-day Direct Commission Officer (DCO) Course in Newport, R.I. Expect initial processing Though you may or may not be required to complete prerequisite training requirements to affiliate with the Navy Reserve, there will be a need to report for administrative processing and uniform fitting. Contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter for details. As a military veteran, the service background you bring to the Navy Reserve is in great demand. And the advanced skills you can refine by serving part-time will be highly valued in the civilian sector. ENTRY PROCESS The process of affiliating with the Navy Reserve is relatively simple and seamless. Recruiters will guide candidates through the process – helping you whether you qualify as a NAVET (Navy Veteran) or OSVET (Other Service Veteran) or through any of the other related entrance programs. One of the first things you should do if interested in affiliating with the Navy Reserve is contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter. As a military veteran – NAVET or OSVET – you must be able to complete 20 years of service by age 60. Beyond that, your eligibility and options depend upon a variety of factors. You can discuss the specifics of your individual situation with your recruiter, find out whether you’re eligible and be advised on what to do from there. Secure prior service documentation You’ll want to get a copy of your DD-214 form and make sure the information in it is complete and correct. To obtain a copy of your DD-214, simply submit form SF-180, Request Pertaining to Military Records. You can find the form on navyreserve.com.


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