Naval District Washington Chief Petty Officers Association - NDW CPOA

Naval District Washington Chief Petty Officers Association - NDW CPOA The Naval District Washington (NDW) Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA) provides a professional The Naval District Washington (NDW) Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA) exists to:

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Provide a professional and social association for the CPO community, thereby increasing fellowship and esprit de corps. To train, aid and assist one another in professional growth and personal expansion.

2. To bond the Chief Petty Officers of the Naval District Washington area, into a single, coordinated, cohesive body, exemplifying the traditions, customs, honors and responsibilities of the Chie

Provide a professional and social association for the CPO community, thereby increasing fellowship and esprit de corps. To train, aid and assist one another in professional growth and personal expansion.

2. To bond the Chief Petty Officers of the Naval District Washington area, into a single, coordinated, cohesive body, exemplifying the traditions, customs, honors and responsibilities of the Chie

Operating as usual

10/19/2021

Today our Nation lost an incredible and inspiring leader. My deepest condolences are with the Powell family during this time.

Don’t forget the CPOA Meeting today!!!!
05/27/2021

Don’t forget the CPOA Meeting today!!!!

Don’t forget the CPOA Meeting today!!!!

Great memories
05/27/2021

Great memories

05/19/2021

Here are the coins 🪙 that will be at the Swag sale!!!! Better get them while they last!!!!

05/19/2021

Afternoon Goats!!!

CPO SWAG BLOWOUT will be on Friday at the NDW MESS from 1100-1300. PayPal and cash will be the only payment authorized.

The following items for sale are:

ALL COINS: $7.00

ALL T-SHIRTS (BLUE/BROWN): $10.00

HOODIES: $15.00

NDW Mess is located on 10th St on the Navy Yard Bldg 218.

COME OUT AND SUPPORT WE HAVE LOTS OF GOODIES!!!!

05/18/2021
Hey Sisters and Brothers!!! CHECK OUT THE NDW NEWS LETTER!!!
05/18/2021

Hey Sisters and Brothers!!! CHECK OUT THE NDW NEWS LETTER!!!

Happy Mother’s Day
05/10/2021

Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day

Hey Brothers and Sisters check out the NDW CPOA News Letter!!!!
04/19/2021

Hey Brothers and Sisters check out the NDW CPOA News Letter!!!!

04/01/2021

Chiefs have had a profound impact on our U.S. Navy. For 128 years we have looked to our Chiefs Mess to get things done. So Anchor Up & continue to lead! Happy Birthday and thank you for all you do. Navy Chief! Navy Pride!

Message from MCPON #NavyChiefNavyPride
04/01/2021

Message from MCPON

#NavyChiefNavyPride

"Happy Birthday, Goats! We have much to celebrate on this day when, in rare form, those humble leaders known as Chief Petty Officers - who quietly and confidently serve others selflessly - take a knee and pause to celebrate our unique and storied history." -MCPON Smith

Read the full message: https://rb.gy/ephlfv

Happy Birthday Brothers and Sisters!!!!! #NavyChiefNavyPride#128years
04/01/2021

Happy Birthday Brothers and Sisters!!!!!

#NavyChiefNavyPride
#128years

Happy Birthday Brothers and Sisters!!!!!

#NavyChiefNavyPride
#128years

Shout out to the NDW CPOA for a successful event!!!! It’s all about giving back and showing our appreciation for all the...
03/17/2021

Shout out to the NDW CPOA for a successful event!!!! It’s all about giving back and showing our appreciation for all the hard work the Sailors over at the U.S. Navy Ceremonial Center do!!! THANK YOU!!!

#navychiefnavypride
#sailorappreciation

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY!!!
03/08/2021

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY!!!

Today, as we celebrate #InternationalWomensDay and continue to celebrate Women’s History month, we honor and pay tribute to all of the women who have served our U.S. Navy and our nation. From the first women who served as WAVES to all of our #Shipmates serving today, you make our fighting force stronger. #IWD2021

Photos from Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy's post
03/05/2021

Photos from Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy's post

Hey Brothers and Sisters check out the CPOA Flyer!!!!
03/01/2021

Hey Brothers and Sisters check out the CPOA Flyer!!!!

Jan. 8, 2021 - Naval District Washington area FY-21 Chief Selects and Chief Petty Officers volunteered at Arlington Nati...
01/10/2021

Jan. 8, 2021 - Naval District Washington area FY-21 Chief Selects and Chief Petty Officers volunteered at Arlington National Cemetery’s annual “Wreaths Out” event. Volunteers recovered approximately 267,000 wreaths to honor our nation’s fallen heroes and their families.

MyNavy HR
01/05/2021

MyNavy HR

Did you know? MNCC provides 24/7 HR support for Sailors and their families.

Have questions about submitting or obtaining documents from the Official Military Personnel File? MNCC agents can answer your questions and provide guidance on how to submit or obtain forms such as the DD-214 or official separation documents.

MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) is the MyNavy Human Resource center for all HR support for Sailors and their families. MNCC includes MyNavy Portal, MNCC Contact Center, and a team of HR and policy SMEs to handle your HR questions.

Access at: 833-330-MNCC or [email protected]

#MNCCMONDAY #MNCC #MYNAVYHR #NAVY

Naval District Washington (NDW)
11/21/2020

Naval District Washington (NDW)

BREAKING! Naval District Washington Installations Shift to HPCON Charlie

WASHINGTON—Navy installations within Naval District Washington are being ordered to move to Health Protection Condition Level (HPCON) Charlie. Installations include Naval Support Activity Bethesda, Naval Support Activity Washington, Naval Support Activity South Potomac, Naval Support Activity Annapolis and Naval Air Station Patuxent River.

The order issued today by RDML Carl A. Lahti, Commandant, Naval District Washington, follows an increase in both the number of COVID-19 cases and the positivity rate in the local community.

Installations in the region had been in HPCON Bravo, a less restrictive level, since June 29.

The return to HPCON Charlie means Navy personnel within the Naval District Washington area of responsibility must limit travel to and from their homes to their place of work, with stops only for essential services such as food, medicine and child care. Dining in at restaurants is not allowed, but take-out is authorized.

Military personnel are prohibited from using off-base services such as gyms and barber shops, but may continue to use those facilities on base.

Participation in team sports, going to amusement parks and attendance at parades or other public celebrations is also prohibited.

“My number one priority is the health and well-being of all of our service members, their families as well as our civilian employees,” Lahti said. “With COVID-19 cases on the rise again and with flu season upon us, we have to take all necessary precautions and continue to make safe choices especially during this holiday season.”

Travel restrictions associated with HPCON Charlie do not apply to personal leave and liberty travel outside of the local area for Navy service members, who must first receive approval from their commanding officers in accordance with Navy regulations. Sailors with specific questions about leave should contact their chain of command.

MyNavy HR
07/16/2020

MyNavy HR

You asked and here they are! Check back on the 22nd for the actual quotas and then the 24th to see if you're on the list!

Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy
07/09/2020

Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy

FY21 CPO Initiation Guidance from MCPON Smith and the Fleet Master Chiefs ⚓️

07/07/2020
MyNavy HR

MyNavy HR

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

Naval District Washington (NDW)
06/30/2020

Naval District Washington (NDW)

HPCON SHIFT ADVISORY

Naval District Washington (NDW) installations transitioned today from Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie to Bravo, June 29.

NDW changed the HPCON as a result of declining COVID-19 transmission in the National Capital Region. NDW installations include: Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Naval Support Activity Washington, Naval Support Activity Bethesda, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Naval Support Activity Annapolis, and Naval Support Activity South Potomac.

The Navy continues to remind service members, the civilian workforce and their families that COVID-19 has not been eradicated and advises personnel to stay vigilant in ex*****on of force health protection guidance in order to mitigate its spread.

Link to full advisory here: https://www.dvidshub.net/news/373005/ndw-installations-transition-health-protection-condition-bravo

MyNavy HR
06/27/2020

MyNavy HR

⚓ E-8 & E-9 Chief Selection Boards - Starting Soon! ⚓

Naval Support Activity Washington
06/15/2020

Naval Support Activity Washington

Gate hours at Washington Navy Yard have changed!

6th St. gate will be open on weekdays, 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Additionally, N St. gate will support the commute rush hours, as needed.

There are no changes to gate operations at the other fence lines. Questions? Send us a message using the button below!

06/01/2020
Naval Support Activity Washington

Naval Support Activity Washington

⚠️ Mayor Muriel Bowser has ordered a city-wide curfew for Washington, DC from 11 p.m. tonight (Sunday, May 31) until 6 a.m. tomorrow (Monday, June 1).

NSAW strongly encourages our active duty and civilian personnel to avoid areas in which demonstrations are likely to occur. Additionally, military personnel must continue to adhere to DOD guidance on COVID-19 prevention.

Stay safe, DC! Take care of one another.

05/30/2020
MyNavy HR

MyNavy HR

**Attention E-6's up for the E-7 Board*** Due to the Electronic Submission of Selection Board Documents (ESSBD) application experiencing technical difficulties on 29 May 2020, the deadline to submit correspondence to the FY-21 Active-Duty Enlisted Advancement Selection Board for Chief Petty Officer (E7) has been extended for one work day. Letters to the board (LTBs) may continue to be submitted through 2359 CDT, 1 June 2020, via ESSBD or encrypted email to [email protected].

There is no need to resubmit correspondence, provided you received an acknowledgement of receipt from within ESSBD or via the automated reply of the email server. All previously received correspondence remains on file. If further assistance is required, please contact the MyNavy Career Center at 1-833-330-MNCC (1-833-330-6622/DSN: 882-6622) or [email protected].

This policy waiver extending the deadline applies only to this specific board as the deadline is defined by Navy policy and can be adjusted at the service level. The Reserve/Staff O-4 Board deadline could not be extended as that deadline was set by statutory limitations defined by law.

MyNavy HR
05/16/2020

MyNavy HR

Advancement, promotion and continuation boards are set to restart July 1st !

NAVADMIN 144/20

Deadlines for letters to the board remain the same as originally set, except for the Reserve E-7 Board, which now has a deadline of May 18, 2020 to compensate for delays in their eligibility determination.

Read more about the details in the below.

SUBJ/RECOMMENCEMENT OF SELECTION BOARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF REVISED SCHEDULE//

1. This NAVADMIN announces the recommencement of promotion, advancement, continuation, milestone and other administrative selection boards that were postponed in line with reference (a) and will be convened at Navy Personnel Command (NPC). After pausing administrative and statutory promotion boards to assess conditions and properly incorporate risk mitigation measures, we plan to recommence convening of selection boards at NPC in Millington, TN on 1 July with out-of-area participants. In the interim, we have completed some smaller administrative boards via virtual means and in some cases using local area membership, and will continue to do so where appropriate. The revised schedule for officer promotion and associated continuation selection boards and enlisted advancement selection boards is provided below. The schedule for community milestone and other administrative selection boards to be convened at NPC is available at https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/boards/selectionboardsupport/Pages/FY21-Board-Schedule.aspx.

Some communities will execute their milestone and other administrative selection boards by virtual means or at locations other than NPC. Refer to community announcements on your applicable community section of the NPC website at https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/Pages/default.aspx or contact your detailer for specific information concerning these boards.

2. In line with reference (a), eligibility will be as of the original board convening date. Official Military Personnel Files for use during the boards are captured as of the original board convening date. Deadlines for correspondence to a board remain the same as originally set with the exception of the Reserve E-7 Board, which now has a deadline of 18 May 2020 per reference (b). The Reserve E-7 Board correspondence deadline was extended to compensate for delays in the Reserve E-7 eligibility. In order to maintain a fair and impartial balance across the fleet, the remaining correspondence deadlines remain the same. Should Service Member eligibility remain unclear, submit correspondence regardless.

3. The health, safety and well-being of those supporting the selection board mission is paramount in a COVID-19 informed environment and precautions to protect all participants will be taken. While all the planned COVID-19 risk
mitigation measures are too numerous to detail in this NAVADMIN, collectively these prudent precautions are critical to the accomplishment of the selection board mission and apply in lieu of restriction of movement (ROM) protocols that would otherwise apply for essential travel prior to and following membership on a selection board. Precautions include, but are not limited to, the following risk mitigation measures:
a. Minimizing risk to force by combining boards and recycling board membership across multiple boards to reduce travel requirements.
b. Phased convening of our largest boards to minimize number of board members within board spaces at any one time.
c. Modifying the boardroom and tank layout to maximize social distancing.
d. Self-assessment of individual health prior to travel, precautions during travel such as Service Members sourcing from locations that maximize the use of direct flights or individual ground transportation (POV or rental) where practicable, use of face coverings during travel and additional shuttle service runs with occupancy limits to/from the Memphis International Airport.
e. Revised protocols for entrance into board spaces that include COVID-19 questionnaires, daily touchless body temperature readings and wristbands for rapid identification of cleared membership within board spaces.
f. Alternative meal plans, to include furnished breakfast, lunch and dinner to maximize social distancing and eliminate the need to depart Naval Support Activity Millington.
g. Additional cleaning services to maintain the highest standards of cleanliness within the dining facility, conference room (additional dining area) and all board spaces.
h. Additional personal protective equipment available to board membership as necessary.
i. Prominently displayed and adequately supplied hand-sanitizer throughout each board.

4. FY-21 Active-Duty Officer Promotion Selection Boards (PSBs): The postponed FY-21 PSBs to recommend officers in the Line and Staff Corps and chief warrant officers on the Active-Duty List (ADL) for permanent promotion to the grades of commander, lieutenant commander and chief warrant officer will convene as follows:
a. 6 July 2020 - Staff Corps Commander and Lieutenant Commander
b. 13 July 2020 - Unrestricted/Restricted Line Lieutenant Commander
c. 1 September 2020 - Chief Warrant Officer 5/4/3

5. FY-21 Active-Duty Officer Continuation Selection Boards will convene as follows:
a. Active-Duty Lieutenant Commander Staff Corps Continuation Selection Board will follow the Active-Duty Commander Staff Corps Promotion Selection Board.
b. Active-Duty Lieutenant Staff Corps Continuation Selection Board for eligible competitive categories will follow the Active- Duty Lieutenant Commander Staff Corps Promotion Selection Board.
c. Active-Duty Lieutenant Line Continuation Selection Board for eligible competitive categories with applicable additional qualification designators will follow the Active-Duty Lieutenant Commander Promotion Selection Board.
d. The Active-Duty CWO4/CWO3/CWO2 Continuation Selection Boards will follow the Active-Duty CWO5/CWO4/CWO3 Promotion Selection Boards.
e. Due to the delay in promotion boards, for those officers whose statutory retirement date falls prior to the expected announcement of officer promotion results, guidance will be provided in separate correspondence.

6. FY-21 Reserve/Full Time Support (FTS) PSBs: The postponed FY-21 PSBs to recommend reserve officers in the Line and Staff Corps and chief warrant officers on the Reserve Active-Status List (RASL) for permanent or temporary promotion to the grades of lieutenant commander and chief warrant officer will convene as follows:
a. 1 July 2020 - Chief Warrant Officer 5/4/3
b. 20 July 2020 - Unrestricted/Restricted Line Lieutenant Commander
c. 31 August 2020 - Staff Corps Lieutenant Commander

7. FY-21 Enlisted Advancement Selection Boards: The postponed FY-21 advancement selection boards will convene as follows:
a. Active-Duty E-9 and E-8 - Conducted in phases as follows:
(1) Phase 1: 27 July 4 August 2020 (Members travel on 26 July 2020).
Ratings considered: EM, MM, HT, DC, EN, GS, MR, ET, FC, FCA, GM, IC, STG, YN, YNS, MC, LN, CMDCM, PS, NCC, NCR and MU.
(2) Phase 2: 4 August 14 August 2020 (Service Members travel on 3 August 2020).
Ratings considered: CTI, CTM, CTR, CTT, AG, IS, IT, SO, SB, ND, EOD, MA, CE, CU, CM, EQ, UT, EMN, ETN, MMN, ETR, ETV, FT, MMA, TM, MT, STS and ITS.
(3) Phase 3: 14 August 29 August 2020 (Service Members travel on 13 August 2020).
Ratings considered: HM, RP, CS, CSS, LS, LSS, RS, ABE, ABF, ABH, AC, AO, AS, AZ, AD, AM, PR, BM, MN, OS, QM, AE, AT, AWR, AWS, AWO, AWV and AWF.
b. Reserve and Full-Time Support (FTS) E-7 8 September 2020 (single phase).
c. Active-Duty E-7 - Conducted in three phases as follows:
(1) Phase 1: 5 October 13 October 2020 (Service Members travel on 4 October 2020).
Ratings considered: EM, MM, HT, DC, EN, GSE, GSM, MR, BU, CE, CM, EA, EO, SW, UT, MU, MC, RP, BM, MN, OS, QM, AE, AT, ET, IC and STG.
(2) Phase 2: 13 October 24 October 2020 (Service Members travel on 12 October 2020).
Ratings considered: ETR, ETV, FT, ITS, MT, MMA, STS, TM, CTI, CTM, CTN, CTR, CTT, NC, PS, YN, YNS, FC, FCA, GM, AC, AS, AWF, AWO, AWR, AWS, AWV, AZ, ABE, ABF, ABH and AO.
(3) Phase 3: 24 October 7 November 2020 (Service Members travel on 23 October 2020).
Ratings considered: EMN, ETN, MMN, AG, IS, IT, HM, AD, AM, AME, PR, CS, CSS, LS, LSS, RS, EOD, LN, MA, ND, SB and SO.

8. Reference (c) announced the solicitation of enlisted selection board participants (Service Members and recorders) and provided eligibility criteria for serving. The criteria of reference (c) continue to apply, but as the board dates have changed, the previously promulgated due dates for receipt of Service Member and recorders applications are no longer applicable. Sailors meeting the eligibility criteria and availability to serve as members or recorders for a board are strongly encouraged to submit applications as
soon as practicable. Board Presidents, Senior Enlisted Advisors, recorders and other specified board members will comprise a core group whose services will span the entire duration of a board. The service of other board members will be required only for particular phase(s) of a board based on rating expertise and availability. Refer to paragraph 7 above for the dates of the phases in which the various ratings will be considered. Applicants must clearly state their availability in the application. Details for application submission are provided in reference (c).

9. Point of contact information for submitting enlisted advancement selection board nominations is as follows:
a. Mr. Bryan Gillentine at (901) 874-3223 / DSN 882.
b. Dr. Ruby Snowden at (901) 874-2209 / DSN 882.
c. Email: PERS-805.fct(at)navy.mil.
d. General Board inquiries: MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) at (833) 330-6622 / askmncc(at)navy.mil.

10. Navy leadership is committed to ensuring no Sailor is disadvantaged by the delay in any selection board convening or during the consideration of the record of any eligible Sailor by a board. Although review, approval and Senate confirmation (where applicable) of board results cannot occur this year with traditional timing, selectees for promotion or advancement can
expect to be assigned the original date of rank and receive any associated back pay and allowances warranted. Enlisted advancement board results are expected to be approved and announced within 30 days after a board adjourns. Due to the additional reviews required following officer promotion boards, results are expected to be approved and announced by ALNAV approximately 100 days after a board adjourns. Efforts will be made to accelerate these processes. Subsequent to officer promotion board approval and ALNAV release, Senate confirmation is required prior to promotion of active-duty commanders and lieutenant commanders. Promotion authorizations and associated dates of rank will be announced via the existing monthly promotion NAVADMIN process.

11. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1./

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Hello everyone, just got back from a 6 month stint in W Africa, currently quarantined in my room per my wife’s orders! Can someone please provide me with some POC info for a CPO at the Observatory. NSU is looking. To hook up some fun stuff for this years CPO Season and we’d like to use the BU Shop. Thanks everyone and remember to wash your hands!!
Thanks to the NDW mess for the support, mentorship, and friendship over the past 3 years. It was a pleasure to be a member.
Tis the Season ⚓
Ahoy shipmates, This page is all about the MSO, "MINESWEEPER REUNION". The definition of "REUNION" is: *a social gathering attended by members of a certain group of people who have not seen each other for some time. *the act or process of being brought together again as a unified whole. It is with this spirit that I spend each year seeking and encouraging you and continuously encourage you to seek out others, like us, that served before us, with us and after us so we can come together and respectfully boast of our ability, to keep the memory of our time serving our country as sailors on the wooden ships that were the smallest forward-deployed ships the U.S. Navy had to offer. All units in all branches of service have pride in who and what they were/are. We also have that honor. We are all the "Ironmen" of "wooden ships". We now have a place to gather 1 weekend every year to share our experience with each other. We renew friendships and make new friendships so that our great heritage only fades away when we do. Most of us served on other naval vessels but no other type of vessel demanded the attention, dedication and affection of our mistress, the Ocean-Going Minesweeper. The skillful finesse and knowledge required to fulfill our daily missions was a seemingly impossible and demanding labor of love. It is this attitude that drives me to host an annual reunion for all of you, my friends, my brothers in arms, my shipmates of all years. I ask you to look upon this annual get-together as though it was your homeport that you have returned to after a long long cruise, with the understanding that the reunion is your home where you can relax and be yourself among your own kind. We are the ones that understand and appreciate what had to be done and what dedication, sweat, blood and tears it took to accomplish the mission we were sent to do. This reunion is for you, come, relax, share and enjoy. INTERESTED? contact Tom Cenate 904 860 4576
B&S- If you’ve never been, this is the year!
B/S, Have an extra ticket for the luncheon on Tuesday, my guest had a business crisis and had to cancel last minute. If you've got a PO1 you'd like to invite, I'll donate the ticket at no cost. First come first served. Forever the Mess!
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Parigi!!!
If anyone knows someone who's transferring to Newport soon, we just listed our house for sale. So close to the base you hear Colors! On the same street as a pub with the best wings on the island, no designated driver required! Close to the water! Will leave the anchor rug for a Sister or Brother!
NDW 125th CPO Birthday Fun Run
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CPO B&S - My daughter Grace is supporting her Girl Scout Troop with cookie sales. If anyone is interested, please message me. Attached is the list of cookies they have available. She is trying to submit her order this weekend, to have them available by mid-Feb (Feb meeting), payment collected upon reciept of cookies. Please let me know by Friday 1/12 if possible. Cookies will be available through the end of March on an as available basis.
Hello everyone. I'm EMC van Roekel from the USS Ronald Reagan. We have a brother transferring to the Navy Yard next February. He is going to UIC 00171. I helping him find a fellow chief or a contact out there. Thanks in advance. Thanks Micaiah