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SNCOA Camp Lejeune Staff Noncommissioned Officer Academy - Camp Lejeune College of Enlisted Military Education, Marine Corps University

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The future of Enlisted education is coming. The U. S. Naval Community College will offer Marines and Sailors greater opp...
03/11/2020

The future of Enlisted education is coming. The U. S. Naval Community College will offer Marines and Sailors greater opportunity and access to education. Education enables agility, and enhances our warfighting capability and our ability to defeat our Nation’s enemies on modern battlefields.

Enrollment is now open for the PME Seminars for Sergeants School, Career School, and Advanced School. Seminar curriculum...
08/06/2019

Enrollment is now open for the PME Seminars for Sergeants School, Career School, and Advanced School. Seminar curriculum is derived from and parallel to the resident school curriculum and meets the same intent - to develop leaders to:
Serve as ethical leaders, educated in the obstacles that affect Marine cohesion and compliance with organizational values and ethics, who recognize the responsibility of their grade to mentor junior enlisted as well as junior officers.

Serve as professional warfighters, educated in the Marine Corps warfighting doctrine with an emphasis on preparing for war and the conduct of war, who are introduced to operational planning and possess knowledge on national military capabilities and the foundations of joint operations.

Serve as sound decision makers, educated in diverse decision making processes used to formulate and solve open-ended problems in complex environments in support of the commander's intent and organizational values.

FY20 Academic Calendar is out for the ECDEP Sergeant, Career and Advanced School Seminar Program. Registration deadline for 1-20 is 23-Sept-19 so contact your Regional Director. https://www.usmcu.edu/CDET/contact-regions/

Academic Calendar:
https://www.usmcu.edu/Portals/218/CDET/content/enlisted/seminars/ECSP%20Schedule%20AY20.pdf?ver=2019-07-24-084358-487

Today the SNCO Academy was honored to have SgtMaj Yolanda Mayo as our guest speaker at the graduation of Sergeant School...
04/20/2019

Today the SNCO Academy was honored to have SgtMaj Yolanda Mayo as our guest speaker at the graduation of Sergeant School R3-19. The 30 graduating Marines are members of the reserve component, and hail from all over the United States. Several of the graduates are preparing for deployment to Central and South America as part of the Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force-Southern Command. We are proud to play a part in the education of the total force.

Today the SNCO Academy graduated Sgt School Reserve 2-19. The 26 Sergeants who graduated today  represent 21 different M...
03/09/2019

Today the SNCO Academy graduated Sgt School Reserve 2-19. The 26 Sergeants who graduated today represent 21 different Military Occupational Specialties including Mortuary Affairs, and Civil Affairs which are exclusively Marine Corps Reserve missions. These Marines come from units spread across the United States, and over the last two weeks they showed that they are dedicated to being ready to respond to crisis when our nation calls. We are proud to play a part in the education of the total force. We would like to thank Elizabeth Horn for the fantastic photos.

3-9-2019 Camp Johnson NC

The SNCO Academy is looking for intelligent, fit, motivated SNCOs who want to have an impact on the future of our Corps....
02/19/2019
FY19 STAFF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER ACADEMY FACULTY ADVISOR AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPER BILLET VACANCIES > The Official United States Marine Corps Public Website > Marines.mil - MARADMINS

The SNCO Academy is looking for intelligent, fit, motivated SNCOs who want to have an impact on the future of our Corps. The recently released MARADMIN 094/19 announced billet vacancies, and gives details on how to apply to become a Faculty Advisor. Packages must be submitted to HQMC by 22 March. See the MARADMIN at the following link: https://www.marines.mil/News/Messages/MARADMINS/Article/1754789/fy19-staff-non-commissioned-officer-academy-faculty-advisor-and-curriculum-deve/

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Today we were honored to promote Warrant Officers Stevie Hernandez, Patrick Davis, and Ronald Fannin at the National Mus...
02/02/2019

Today we were honored to promote Warrant Officers Stevie Hernandez, Patrick Davis, and Ronald Fannin at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Although we are sad to lose them as Faculty Advisors, we are extremely proud of what they have accomplished, and we are honored to have served with them. They will continue to lead and impact the lives of many Marines as Warrant Officers. Ma’am and Gentlemen, congratulations and thank you for all you have done at the SNCO Academy.

On Friday the students of Advanced School 2-19 conducted a decision forcing Staff Ride at Ft. Fisher near Wilmington, NC...
01/27/2019

On Friday the students of Advanced School 2-19 conducted a decision forcing Staff Ride at Ft. Fisher near Wilmington, NC. The second battle of Ft. Fisher occurred 13-15 January 1865. One of the last strongholds of the confederacy, Ft. Fisher was known as “the Gibraltar of the South” due to its perceived impenetrability. A force of combined Union Army, Marine Corps, and Navy seized the fort, and cut off the last confederate sea port, which sealed the fate of the confederacy. The students of Advanced School studied the battle and will write reflection papers relating tactics used during the battle to modern doctrinal publications.

Today the SNCOA picked up Reserve Sergeants School 1-19 the first Reserve PME School to be conducted at Camp Lejeune. To...
01/27/2019

Today the SNCOA picked up Reserve Sergeants School 1-19 the first Reserve PME School to be conducted at Camp Lejeune. To emphasize the importance of PME the students were welcomed by the Marine Forces Reserve SgtMaj, SgtMaj Grade. The Sergeants will receive the same curriculum as active duty students, but it is condensed into a challenging 14 day period, which includes weekends. We are excited to play a part in educating the total force.

Today the Marines Of Sergeants School 2-19 had a final physical competition against each other during the Directors Cup ...
12/20/2018

Today the Marines Of Sergeants School 2-19 had a final physical competition against each other during the Directors Cup competition. The winning conference group was Group 5 led by GySgt Woolard. They received the prestigious Eagle of Honor trophy, which will remain with GySgt Woolard until class 3-19 when his students will have to defend their right to possess the eagle.

12/06/2018

The SNCO Academy is recruiting highly qualified SNCOs to become Faculty Advisors. A representative will be at Building 235 aboard Camp Lejeune (The old bus station) today 6 December, and tomorrow 7 December at MCAS Cherry Point in the BOQ. If you or your Marines are looking for a challenge and to have a huge impact on the Marine Corps this is your opportunity.

The students of Sergeants School class 1-19 participate in the Small Unit Leader Evaluation in 31 Oct. This is the first...
11/01/2018

The students of Sergeants School class 1-19 participate in the Small Unit Leader Evaluation in 31 Oct. This is the first class being taught new curriculum designed to enhance critical and creative thinking, which will enhance leadership ability in any clime and place

SNCOA Staff and Students, Many of you have already seen the below message from MCI East and II MEF. The SNCOA will also ...
09/18/2018

SNCOA Staff and Students,
Many of you have already seen the below message from MCI East and II MEF. The SNCOA will also adhere to this guidance, and will also not resume classes until 24 September. Essential personnel will be contacted separately if needed. Please continue to exercise caution when traveling back to the area or while commuting locally. Indications are that local rivers may continue to rise, and roads may continue to deteriorate. Thank you.

The weather is clearing, but flooding, downed trees, and road washout remain deadly hazards. Plan primary, alternate, an...
09/16/2018

The weather is clearing, but flooding, downed trees, and road washout remain deadly hazards. Plan primary, alternate, and even tertiary routes when traveling. Limit travel to daylight hours, and take it slow.

Reported closures continue to increase (current as of 3:30 p.m.). This is changing rapidly. Stay home, stay safe. View road conditions on #FlorenceNC here https://bit.ly/2jn0Fh0. #ncwx

Friends and family, please stay safe and stay off of the roads. You can find the current road closures on the NC DOT web...
09/16/2018

Friends and family, please stay safe and stay off of the roads. You can find the current road closures on the NC DOT website at the below link. As of this time all routes into and out of the CLNC area are closed.
https://tims.ncdot.gov/tims/RegionSummary.aspx?re=9

SNCOA Staff, students, and families please see the below post from the Base CG and CG IIMEF. If you left the CLNC area d...
09/15/2018

SNCOA Staff, students, and families please see the below post from the Base CG and CG IIMEF. If you left the CLNC area do not plan to return prior to 19 Sep. please stay tuned to this page for the most current info on our expected return and resuming classes.

MILITARY PERSONNEL NOTICE: Per CG II MEF & CG MCIEAST, Marines who departed the local area prior to the arrival of Hurricane Florence should NOT attempt to return to Camp Lejeune any earlier than 7 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018.

Your chain of command will provide follow on updates over the next few days.

For the latest traffic updates from NCDOT, please visit https://go.usa.gov/xPgPy and select the "Incidents" tab for a detailed list of road closures due to weather impacts.

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center
09/14/2018

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

...FLORENCE MOVING SLOWLY INLAND OVER EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA...
...LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGES AND HURRICANE-FORCE WIND GUSTS CONTINUE...
...CATASTROPHIC FRESHWATER FLOODING EXPECTED OVER PORTIONS OF NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA...

Hurricane Florence continues to move very slowly inland. It's centered at 2 p.m. EDT about 35 miles (55 km) west-southwest of Wilmington, N. Carolina, and about 35 miles miles (55 km) east-northeast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Florence is now moving toward the west near 5 mph (7 km/h). A slow westward to west-southwestward motion is expected today through Saturday. On the
forecast track, the center will move farther inland across extreme southeastern North Carolina today, and across extreme eastern South Carolina tonight and Saturday. Florence will then move generally northward across the western Carolinas and the central Appalachian Mountains early next week.

Maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 75 mph (120 km/h) with higher gusts, mainly over water. Gradual weakening is forecast later today and tonight. Significant weakening is expected over the weekend and into early next week while Florence moves farther inland.

Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 35 miles (55 km) from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 170 miles (280 km). A wind gust to 66 mph (106 km/h) was recently reported at the National Ocean Service station in Wrightsville Beach, and a 75 mph (121 km/h) was recently reported at a Weatherflow site just north of Cape Fear at Federal Point. Farther inland across North Carolina, a wind gust of 60 mph (96 km/h) was recently at the Fayetteville airport.

The next complete advisory will be issued by NHC at 5 p.m. EDT - www.hurricanes.gov

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center
09/14/2018

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

...700 AM POSITION UPDATE...
...CENTER OF THE EYE OF HURRICANE FLORENCE ABOUT TO MAKE LANDFALL NEAR WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH NORTH CAROLINA...

Hurricane Florence is centered at 7 a.m. EDT about 5 miles (10 km) east of Wilmington, N. Carolina, moving toward the west at 6 mph ( 9 km/h). Maximum sustained winds are 90 mph (150 km/h).

Buoy 41064, operated by the Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program (CORMP), which is located about 50 miles east of the center of Florence's eye, recently reported a wind gust to 112 mph (180 km/h).

A Weatherbug site located at Cape Fear Community College recently reported a wind gust to 100 mph (161 km/h), a report of a wind gust of 91 mph (146 km/h) at the Wilmington Airport, and a NOAA Ocean Service (NOS) observing site in Wrightsville Beach recently reported a sustained wind of 60 mph (97 km/h) and a gust to 87 mph
(140 km/h). The NOS site also recently reported a pressure of 959.2mb.

The water levels in Pamlico Sound and Emerald Isle remain elevated. These waters are expected to rise as the tides come back in. A USGS gauge in Emerald Isle, North Carolina, recently recorded 6.1 feet above normal water levels. www.hurricanes.gov

Camp Lejeune
09/14/2018

Camp Lejeune

FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Hurricane Florence remains a dangerous category 2 hurricane. The center of the storm is expected to make landfall in southeast North Carolina tonight and early Friday morning. Eastern North Carolina is expected to see significant to potentially life threatening impacts, including extreme storm surge, catastrophic and possibly historic flooding rains, and damaging winds. Florence has already slowed down to a crawl, and will continue a very slow westward motion until landfall, prolonging these dangerous conditions into Friday and Saturday.

On the current forecast track, hurricane force winds in excess of 74 mph will continue this afternoon. The strongest winds are expected tonight into early Friday. Extreme winds in excess of 100 mph are possible across the southern coastal areas. Tropical storm force winds of 40 mph will expand north and west this evening into tonight. The saturated ground and long duration of high winds will increase the threat for downed trees and the likelihood for widespread power outages.

For the full advisory, please visit https://go.usa.gov/xPYGu.

Everyone please stay safe. If you have not evacuated already it is probably best to shelter in place.
09/13/2018

Everyone please stay safe. If you have not evacuated already it is probably best to shelter in place.

...HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS GETTING CLOSER TO THE NORTH CAROLINA OUTER BANKS AND COASTAL SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA...
...LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGE AND RAINFALL EXPECTED...

A Storm Surge Warning continues for the South Santee River, South Carolina, to Duck, North Carolina, and for Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds, including the Neuse and Pamlico Rivers. A Storm Surge Watch continues from Edisto Beach, South Carolina, to South Santee River, South Carolina, and north of Duck, North Carolina, to the North Carolina/Virginia state line. A Hurricane Warning continues from the South Santee River, South Carolina, to Duck, North Carolina, and for Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds. A Hurricane Watch continues from Edisto Beach, South Carolina, to South Santee River, South Carolina. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect from north of Duck, North Carolina, to Cape Charles Light ,Virginia, and from Chesapeake Bay south of New Point Comfort and from Edisto Beach, South Carolina, to South Santee River, South Carolina. Interests elsewhere in the southeastern and mid-Atlantic states should monitor the progress of Florence.

Florence is centered at 5 p.m. EDT about 100 miles (160 km) east-southeast of Wilmington, N. Carolina, moving toward the west-northwest near 5 mph (7 km/h). On the forecast track, the center of Florence will approach the coasts of North and South Carolina later tonight, then move near or over the coast of southern North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina in the hurricane warning area on Friday. A slow motion across portions of eastern and central South Carolina is forecast Friday night through Saturday night.

Doppler radar data indicate that maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 100 mph (155 km/h) with higher gusts. Little change in strength is expected before the eye of Florence reaches the coast, with slow weakening expected after the center moves inland or meanders near the coast. More significant weakening is forecast on Saturday as Florence moves farther inland over central
South Carolina.

The next complete advisory will be issued by NHC at 11 p.m. EDT with an intermediate advisory at 8 p.m. EDT - www.hurricanes.gov

09/13/2018
Camp Lejeune

Camp Lejeune

FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Hurricane Florence remains a dangerous category 2 hurricane. The center of the storm is expected to make landfall in southeast North Carolina tonight through early Friday morning. Eastern North Carolina is expected to see significant to potentially life threatening impacts, including extreme storm surge, catastrophic and possibly historic flooding rains, and damaging winds. Florence is expected to slow down as it makes landfall, prolonging these dangerous conditions into Friday and Saturday.

On the current forecast track, hurricane force winds in excess of 74 mph will likely develop this afternoon. The strongest winds are expected tonight into early Friday. Extreme winds in excess of 100 mph are likely to impact the southern coastal areas. Tropical storm force winds have already developed in coastal counties. The saturated ground and long duration of high winds will increase the threat for downed trees and the likelihood for widespread power outages.

For the full advisory, please visit https://go.usa.gov/xPYBk.

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