Announcing the recent and successful launch of our newly relocated Navy Corrections Specialists course at CENSECFOR Detachment Chesapeake in southeast Virginia.
The Center for Security Forces announced the recent and successful launch of its newly relocated corrections specialist course at Detachment Chesapeake. The uniqueness of the training is the practical hands-on experience that students gain by training in an actual brig setting.
The Center for Security Forces will pilot a major change to the Master-at-Arms Apprenticeship course today at the school. The purpose is to firmly align the training to current Fleet Forces Command requirements and the “Ready Relevant Learning” model of the Navy’s Sailor 2025 vision. To read the full story, visit https://dvidshub.net/r/wuxgru.
Thinking about reenlisting? Good news! Even more rates & skills are up for bonuses. Click the link below to check out the latest news! #MyNavyHR
OPNAVINST 1160.8B and NAVADMIN 108/20 govern the SRB Program. BUPERS 328 does not produce a cheat sheet or desk guide. If you are using one, then it likely does not reflect current policy and processes. Work from the above linked source documents only. When in doubt, ask the SRB Desk at BUPERS 328.
200501-N-RJ834-0127 ATLANTIC OCEAN (May 1, 2020) Master-at-Arms Seaman Alexandria Smith, from Gloucester, Virginia, searches a simulated gunshot victim for weapons during an active shooter training exercise aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in the Atlantic Ocean. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tamara Vaughn/Released)
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200411-N-PH222-1040 LOS ANGELES (April 11, 2020) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Johnny Thomas, from Franklinville, N.J., stands watch on the bridge wing aboard the hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Mercy deployed in support of the nation's COVID-19 response efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ryan M. Breeden/Released)
Learn the basics of #RRL, the long-term investment in improving individual Sailor performance and enhancing fleet readiness with three major components that address the WHEN, HOW and WHERE we train.
Virtual Town Hall with Fleet K. Find out the very latest straight from Fleet K!
#BREAKINGNEWS: SPRING 2020 PFA (NAVADMIN 071/20)
This NAVADMIN announces immediate suspension of the Navy physical readiness program physical fitness assessment (PFA) for Cycle 1, 2020 to minimize the risk from COVID-19 to Sailors and adhere to social distancing requirements. All personnel will be excused from participation in Cycle 1, 2020, including those who have already completed the PFA.
2. Suspension includes both the official Body Composition Assessment and Physical Readiness Test components of the PFA.
a. All official PFA records affected by this policy will be updated by the Physical Readiness Program office. The Physical Readiness Program office will work with Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) On-line to *EXCUSE* all Service Members in the Physical Readiness Information Management System (PRIMS) for Cycle 1, 2020. Commands that have already begun or completed the official PFA testing should stop immediately and take no further action in PRIMS. Commands that have not started the PFA should not enter any data in PRIMS for Cycle 1 2020.
b. All Navy commands are directed to immediately suspend all organized or group physical training (PT) (i.e. Command, Department or Division PT and the Fitness Enhancement Program) until further notice.
c. Exceptions to paragraph 2.a and 2.b for accessions missions (e.g. recruit training) and unit mission training requirements may be granted by the appropriate Echelon II commander with authority to delegate to the first flag officer in the chain of command.
3. Enlisted Service Members with a Soft End of Active Obligated Service before 30 July 2020 who are ineligible for retention or cannot submit a Career Waypoint (C-WAY) application due to adverse evaluations as a result of past PFA failure history and desire to stay Navy are authorized an extension to regain eligibility with command endorsement as follows:
a. Requested extension length should be of sufficient duration to allow for processing of a future special evaluation and application in C-WAY (if applicable), but must not exceed 30 September 2020.
b. Because this is an exception to policy, this action will not require a C-WAY quota (if applicable).
c. Once the Service Member successfully passes the official Cycle 2, 2020 PFA and has retention eligibility restored from the Commanding Officer (CO), the Service Member can submit their reenlistment/extension request directly to their CO, or BUPERS Enlisted Community Manager for enlisted Service Members who must use C-WAY. For Nuclear-trained Service Members, all requests must be submitted via their CO to Deputy Chief of Naval Operations Nuclear Program Manager. In all cases, PRIMS results must show the Cycle 2, 2020 results.
4. Officers who may be impacted by this NAVADMIN should contact the Officer Performance and Separations Branch.
5. Points of Contact.
a. Physical Readiness Program. AMCS Eric Anderson, Physical Fitness Branch, at (901)-874-4376, DSN 882 or via email at eric.anderson(at)navy(dot)mil.
b. Personnel Issues. MyNavy Career Center, 1-833-330-6622 or via e-mail at askmncc(at)navy(dot)mil.
6. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or
canceled, whichever occurs first.
7. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1
Coronavirus Update #7 - details on the rescheduled advancement exams
Hubert, N.C. (Feb. 14, 2020) Sailors assigned to Center for Security Forces Learning Site Camp Lejeune work to pick up roadside litter as part of the state's Adopt-A-Highway program. (Images courtesy of Senior Chief Master-at-Arms Notorian Morris)
Check out the new CENSECFOR Toolbox mobile app now available in the Apple and Google app stores as well as the Navy App Locker.
The Center for Security Forces released the newest version of its mobile app last Friday – the CENSECFOR Toolbox. The app features a wide range of enhancements that place new levels of mastery right at the Sailor’s fingertip.
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The Center for Security Forces is revising and modernizing the Navy’s Master-at-Arms “A” School. The redesigned course will align to the Ready Relevant Learning model that provides Sailors with the right training at the right time in their naval careers.
Introducing the "Tactically Reconfigurable Artificial Combat Enhanced Reality" project better known as TRACER. This innovative augmented reality training system is the result of a two-year collaborative effort between the Office of Naval Research and the Center for Security Forces. #WhereTrainingBreedsConfidence
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Taking a deep breath and eyes pressed tightly shut, a Sailor performed an about-face. His face tightened at the sound of his instructor shouting “O.C-O.C-O.C,” which was followed by a stream of "pepper" spray across his forehead and then the battle was on.
Two Sailors attending Coastal Riverine training at Center for Security Forces Learning Site Camp Lejeune work together and save a woman’s life.
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A visit to the Marine Mart is a normal routine for Marines and sailors. Last Friday, it was a life-saving moment for two young sailors. Right in the drink aisle Petty Off. Justin Watts and Andrew O'Brien came to the rescue of a woman who was calling for help. It was supposed to be a typical between-...
190104-N-QK843-487 CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti -- Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Christopher Henderson and military working dog Mark practice on an agility course on base, Jan. 4, 2019. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Joe Rullo/Released)
The Center for Security Forces congratulates Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class Thomas Bloss and Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class Michael Coyne on their selection as the 2018 Instructor of the Year in the mid-grade and junior category respectively. (To read the full story, click or tab the link below)
The Center for Security Forces announced its top Sailors who represent the best of the best as the command’s 2018 Instructors of the Year, Dec. 7.
Remembering President George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States.
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