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08/19/2020
Navy Reserve

Navy Reserve

In every theater on the globe, the #NavyReserve is a force that is focused on being “ready to win.” It’s not a bumper sticker; it is a promise. Listen to our new CNR’s message to the Navy Reserve here:

08/14/2020

Team,

Please join me in congratulating our RC Sailors who advanced this cycle:

BUCN Ames, Justin Det Bravo
CE2 Black, Brandon Det Alpha
EOCN Lopezprieto, Gustavo IAP- local Norfolk
LS2 Pintos, Emiliano Det Bravo
UT3 Strader, Kaitlin Det Alpha
YN2 Solomon, Zandra Det Alpha
CMCN Wasmire, Skyler Det Alpha

Congratulations to all!!!

Very respectfully,

Kimberly Mazur
LCDR, CEC, USN
Commanding Officer
Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202
@NavyExpeditionaryCombatCommand

Updated Travel Guidance for Navy Reserve Sailors
06/24/2020
Updated Travel Guidance for Navy Reserve Sailors

Updated Travel Guidance for Navy Reserve Sailors

CNRF issued new, Reserve-specific guidance on Jun. 22 for SELRES Sailors travelling to conduct, AT, ADT, and IDTT during the COVID-19 pandemic.

06/23/2020
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MyNavy HR

We need more women in the Navy. We need more women in leadership roles, and we need more women to stay Navy. - VADM John Nowell, Jr., CNP

Due to the large number of Active and FTS Sailors eligible and current social distancing required, the U.S. Navy has det...
04/27/2020

Due to the large number of Active and FTS Sailors eligible and current social distancing required, the U.S. Navy has determined NOT to administer the E-4 exam. A performance-based system will be used for advancement.

See below for more details:

#BREAKINGNEWS: Due to the large number of Active and FTS Sailors eligible and current social distancing required, the U.S. Navy has determined NOT to administer the E-4 exam. A performance-based system will be used for advancement.

E-5 through E-6 make-up exams will be rescheduled. Read about your exams in NAVADMIN 121/20 below!

SUBJ/SUPPLEMENTAL NUMBER TWO FOR E4 THROUGH E7 FEBRUARY 2020 (CYCLE 106) SELECTIVE RESERVE AND MARCH 2020 (CYCLE 247) E4 THROUGH E6 ACTIVE-DUTY, FULL-TIME SUPPORT AND CANVASSER RECRUITER NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS//

REF/A/DOC/BUPERS/19SEP18//
REF/B/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/121521ZNOV19//
REF/C/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/101418ZDEC19//
REF/D/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/VCNO/172230ZMAR20//
REF/E/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/212136ZAPR20//
NARR/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1430.16G, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE. REF B IS NAVADMIN 253/19, FEBRUARY 2020 (CYCLE 106) NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION GUIDANCE FOR SELECTED RESERVE E-4 THROUGH E-7 CANDIDATES. REF C IS NAVADMIN 284/19, MARCH 2020 (CYCLE 247) NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION GUIDANCE FOR ACTIVE-DUTY, FULL-TIME SUPPORT AND CANVASSER RECRUITER PETTY OFFICERS (E-4 through E-6). REF D IS NAVADMIN 069/20, SUPPLEMENTAL FOR E-4 THROUGH E-7 FEBRUARY (CYCLE 106) SELECTIVE RESERVE AND MARCH 2020 (CYCLE 247) E4 THROUGH E6 ACTIVE-DUTY, FULL-TIME SUPPORT AND CANVASSER RECRUITER NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATIONS. REF E IS NAVADMIN 116/20, NAVY MITIGATION MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK UPDATE 4.//

RMKS/1. In coordination with Fleet Education Service Officers (ESO) and with assistance from the Fleet Master Chiefs, the Navy advancement team working group developed a tailored approach to close out the Spring Navy Wide Advancement Exam (NWAE) for both active-duty (AD) and Reserve Sailors. Our primary goal continues to be keeping all Sailors safe and healthy, while ensuring every advancement candidate has an equal and fair opportunity to advance despite the challenges of the current COVID-19 environment. This NAVADMIN amplifies guidance contained in reference (a) and contains exam and cycle administration changes to references (b) and (c). Additionally, this NAVADMIN cancels and replaces reference (d).
2. The following applies only to AD and Full-Time Support (FTS) Sailors:
a. E-7 candidates. These Sailors were able to take their exams before COVID-19 mitigation measures were implemented. The selection board eligibility list was published on MyNavy Portal at https://www(dot)mnp(dot)navy(dot)mil/group/navy-advancement-center/my-eso. Additional guidance will be promulgated in a future NAVADMIN, which will detail a revised selection board schedule for all chief petty officer boards.
b. E-5 and E-6 candidates. Regular March exams were administered before COVID-19 mitigation measures were implemented. However, approximately 5,000 substitute exams have not been administered. As such, command ESOs will be given 10 working days from 21 May 2020 through 3 June 2020, to administer substitute exams for these Sailors. ESOs must clearly publish and communicate exam
administration schedules so Sailors are made aware of testing dates and administration sites in advance of this testing window. Commands should implement precautionary measures to ensure Force Health Protection Guidance (FHPG) measures are met in line with reference (e) to include social distancing requirements. This may include providing multiple administration sites to reduce the number of, and spread-out, exam-takers at each site. To minimize the risk of Sailor collusion, ESOs are highly encouraged to administer exams for like ratings on the same day. Following the completion of substitute exams, ESOs must expeditiously mail all answer sheets to the Navy Education and Training Professional Development Center (NETPDC) in accordance with reference (a).
c. E-4 candidates. There are approximately 20,000 exams that were not administered due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Reference (d) rescheduled the E-4 exam to 21 May 2020, however, execution of the exam in May presents high risk to the force. Due to the large number of Sailors eligible to participate in this exam and the added difficulty of administering the exam to all of these Sailors while implementing FHPG measures, the Navy has determined that it is in the best interest and safety of our Sailors to NOT administer the E-4 exam.
(1) As an alternative, those Sailors who were eligible to take the Spring E-4 Cycle 247 exam will have the opportunity for advancement using the rank-order method, a performance-based system that will use current standard Final Multiple Score (FMS) factors without inclusion of an exam score. With the elimination of the exam score the Performance Mark Average will be the dominant factor in determining advancement. FMS factors include the following:
Traditional FMS Rank-Order FMS
Points % Points %
Performance Mark Avg. 64 38% 64 72%
Standard Score 80 47% 0 0%
Awards 10 6% 10 11%
Pass not Advance 9 6% 9 10%
Service In Paygrade 2 1% 2 2%
Education 4 2% 4 5%
Maximum FMS 169 100% 89 100%
This alternate FMS method provides eligible E-4 candidates opportunity for advancement this cycle.
(2) To accurately determine the population of E-4 candidates eligible for advancement using the rank-order method, command ESOs MUST complete all Enlisted Advancement Worksheets (EAW) in the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS). EAW accuracy is particularly important since traditionally, NETPDC uses the candidate exam answer sheet to create a candidate record and establish the advancement eligible population. However, with exam cancellation, NETPDC will not receive answer sheets and will rely on the completed EAW to establish advancement eligibility.
(3) Currently, there are approximately 35,000 unfinished EAWs in NSIPS, which require immediate action by command or regional ESOs (for those units unable to access NSIPS). ESOs are directed to adjudicate all EAWs to reflect the correct eligibility status for their respective Sailors before 21 May 2020 in order to have their records reviewed for the Spring exam (Cycle 247). Command leadership should ensure this process is completed by 21 May 2020 to afford eligible candidates consideration for advancement.
3. The following applies only to Selected Reserve (SELRES) Sailors:
a. E-4 through E-7 candidates. Approximately 83% of all Cycle 106 exams were administered during the NWAE in February 2020. However, close to 3,000 late exams were not administered due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As such, command ESOs are authorized to test from 1-31 July 2020 since testing for SELRES is dependent on drill weekends, available test sites and candidate availability. Following the completion of late exams, ESOs must expeditiously mail answer sheets to NETPDC.
(1) SELRES E-7 candidates are highly encouraged to participate in the exam at the earliest possible date in July 2020 to ensure selection board eligibility results can be posted prior to the board convening date.
(2) Due to Cycle 106 exam delays, all SELRES E-7 candidates will have an additional three weeks to submit a Letter to the Board (LTB). The new due date for LTB submissions will be 18 May 2020, which correlates to the original convening of the Reserve E-7 board. While FTS E-7 board eligibility has already been published, SELRES E-7 has not. Consequently, all SELRES E-7 candidates are encouraged to submit a LTB prior to the 18 May due date, if desired, just in case they become eligible for the SELRES E-7 board following the publishing of board eligibility. An LTB is not required and should not include information already available within the Official Military Personnel File of a Sailor.
b. ESOs are responsible for ensuring examination dates on the EAW are changed for the approved late examination administrations.
4. Advancement Results. Release of E-4 through E-6 AD/FTS advancement results is anticipated as early as July 2020. SELRES E-4 through E-6 advancement results and E-7 selection board eligibility results can be expected in late August. Results are heavily dependent on commands promptly processing and returning answer sheets.
5. EAW system change. A system change was made to the Cycle 247 (March 2020) E4 EAW, setting the new examination administration date to 21 May 2020. Regardless of when the actual exam is administered, ESOs will have until 21 May 2020 to finalize E-4 Worksheets. For SELRES Cycle 106, ESOs are responsible for ensuring examination dates on the EAW are changed for the approved late examination administrations. No Sailors will gain eligibility for advancement due to the delay/cancellation of exams.
6. Questions and concerns regarding these policy changes may be referred to MyNavy Career Center at askmncc(at)navy(dot)mil or 1-833-330-MNCC (6622).
7. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N

03/15/2020

15 March 2020
Team,
I’m sure you have lots of questions as we work through this uncharted territory of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Based on recent NAVADMINS and DOD/DON guidance, here is what we know:
- Retirements and separations will continue as scheduled.
- Personnel who are already on leave inside the Continental United States, temporary duty, or Annual Training can remain and complete their plans. Those on leave OCONUS should contact their chain of command.
- I’m tracking at least two folks who were supposed to transfer this week. All PCS moves are on hold with limited exceptions. If you are scheduled to PCS before May 11, you need to contact your detailer directly and communicate the response to your Company Commander/OIC.
- Scheduled leave and temporary duty between 16 March and 11 May are canceled. Only leave in the local Hampton Roads or Jacksonville areas will be approved. If you have a question on whether or not your desired location is considered local, ask your chain of command as we can determine that on a case-by-case basis.
- For our reserve component, all AT/IDTT/ADT scheduled between 16 March until 11 May is canceled to include C-school opportunities. We realize these cancelations impact each of you differently, but we are working to develop multiple makeup opportunities following the travel stand down. I ask that you continue to keep both your NOSC as well as your DET A/B leadership informed of any impacts to your mission readiness that arise from the current situation.
- Schools in the Hampton Roads and Jacksonville areas will be closed for two weeks starting 16 March. This can create some childcare issues with our single, dual military, and dual working parents. We need to remember that all our personnel are valued members of our team and we need you to support our mission.
- If you or your family members are not feeling well and have flu like symptoms, please call the number the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth “Coronavirus Hotline” at 757-953-6200 (Hampton Roads) or the Tricare Advice Line 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273). It is recommended that you call before showing up to a hospital or clinic.

Moving forward, we need to prepare for any situation that might lie ahead. I believe the key to success is communication, both up and down the chain of command. So, continue to push your questions up the chain of command and we will continue to push answers out.
Respectfully,
LCDR Kimberly Mazur
CO, CBMU 202

CBMU 202 Mainbody
01/30/2020

CBMU 202 Mainbody

We are off to a busy start for 2020 at CBMU 202! Seabees from CBMU 202’s Active and Reserve component are making outstanding progress on the first sustainment exercise of the year by constructing a 500 SF Southwest Asia Hut and establishing a small tent camp. Our Mainbody Seabees have been assisted by a Seabee crane crew from HM-15 and are making rapid progress to fully enclose our new Applied Instructional Facility PEB.

CBMU 202 Mainbody
01/28/2020

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Congratulations CM1 Crooks for receiving SOQ, EO2 Muhammad for receiving JSOQ, and CMCN Fergelec for receiving BJSOQ!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
12/13/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Applauding our Sailors that advanced to the next pay grade! BU1 Johnson, BU1 Peters, CM2 Soesman, EO2 Mayer, and SW3 Fiore.

CBMU 202 Mainbody
12/06/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Awarding our Sailor of the Year CM1 Metott and our Junior Sailor of the Year BU2 Johnson!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
12/05/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

CBMU 202 constructed a 20'x90' concrete pad in order to set up a batting cage for all of JEB Little Creek to enjoy! The final touches will be putting up the fencing for the batting cage which will come early 2020. Great work team!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
12/05/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Applauding our Sailors that advanced to the next pay grade! BU1 Johnson, BU1 Peters, CM2 Soesman, EO2 Mayer, and SW3 Fiore.

Applauding our Sailors that advanced to the next pay grade! BU1 Johnson, BU1 Peters, EO2 Mayer, and SW3 Fiore
12/05/2019

Applauding our Sailors that advanced to the next pay grade! BU1 Johnson, BU1 Peters, EO2 Mayer, and SW3 Fiore

Applauding our Sailors that advanced to the next pay grade! BU1 Johnson, BU1 Peters, EO2 Mayer, and SW3 Fiore

CBMU 202 Mainbody
12/05/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Congratulations CE2 Ellison on your reenlistment!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
12/05/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Congratulations CM1 Metott on your reenlistment!

12/02/2019

Team,
Please join me in congratulating our Sailors on their selection for advancement to the following ranks:

MAINBODY:
BU1 Marcus Peters
BU1 Trevor Johnson
EO2 Cage Mayer
CM2 Taylor Soesman

DET JAX:
LS1 Erik Bryant
UT2 Joshua Camden
CM2 James Loachridge
BU2 Joshua Williams
CE2 Peter Sikma
EO3 Gerardo Peralesmedina

DET A:
BU2 Tyrik Rome
CE2 Michael Sanders
CE3 David Turner
CM1 Ismael Carrerocrespo
CM2 Blake Kozuch
CM2 Ying Liu
CM2 Brandon Poulson
CM3 Trent Valero
EO2 Aaron Aber
EO2 Eslam Elkhalifa
EO3 Jordan Arnold
EO3 David Miller
EO3 Sara Rubin
GM1 Clarence Williams
PS2 Betty Brown
SW2 John Neal
SW3 John Neal
SW3 Brendan Fiore
UT3 Sadia Adewale
UT3 Kongxin Chen

DET B:
CE3 Marvin Givans
CE3 Jeramia Ortiz
CE3 Rodney Turner
CM1 Curtis Evans
EA2 Harley Barnes
EA3 Akeda Marcano
EO2 Stefanie Robertson
SW2 Kaliah Wooden
SW3 John Ray
UT1 Ronnie Prebilsky

Congratulations to everyone on this big accomplishment!

11/22/2019

I’m proud to announce the following Sailors of the Year for FY19:

Senior Sailor of the Year
CM1(SCW/EXW/AW) Samantha Metott

Reserve Senior Sailor of the Year
UT1(SCW) Marie Vargas

Junior Sailor of the Year
BU2(SCW/EXW) Trevor Johnson

Blue Jacket of the Year
EOCN Gerardo Peralesmedina

This is a very big accomplishment! Congratulations to all!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
11/22/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

Our Seabee statue in front of our Headquarters building greets our visitors coming to CBMU 202. Our statue not only had a new paint job from top to bottom its dixie cup also was moved to the top of the head instead of the "old style" on the side. We also had a uniform change from the woodlands to the digi's and now our mascot is sporting the same design. Our team did an amazing job using their skills and knowledge to bring our Seabee Mascot into the current times!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
11/21/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

It can be a long process to gain citizenship in the U.S. and for some it is a joyful event! We would like to congratulate EO3 Klimenko for receiving her citizenship this year and taking the trip all the way up to New York to the Federal Building!

CBMU 202 Mainbody
11/19/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

CBMU 202 Mainbody
11/19/2019

CBMU 202 Mainbody

CBMU 202 conducting their annual Dress Blues inspection for the season.

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