Navy Operational Support Center Wilmington, North Carolina

Navy Operational Support Center Wilmington, North Carolina 200 Active-Duty and Reserve United States Navy Sailors standing by, ever ready to answer the call of duty whenever and wherever our country needs us.

Points of Contact: (910) 777-###X Senior Enlisted Leader: 2514 Administration: 2507 Reserve Pay/Mobilizations: 2513 Manpower/Funeral Honors: 2511 Career Counselor/Training: 2516 Supply: 2501 Medical: 2515 Operations: 2517 Security: 2510 Command Duty Officer Phone (910) 540-9676

Mission: The mission of the Navy Reserve is to provide strategic depth and deliver operational capabilities to the Navy and Marine Corps team and Joint forces, from peace to war.

Operating as usual

Navy Reserve
10/22/2020

Navy Reserve

Today on TNR Magazine's Profiles in Professionalism: Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Brandon Hillyard: ⚓️💪

https://instagram.com/usnavyreserve

“What I like most about my job is that I can break out of my shell to do something else that I don’t do on the civilian side,” said Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Brandon L. Hillyard.

For Hillyard, breaking out of his shell has brought him from his home in Fort Worth, Texas, to the horn of Africa, supporting Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti at the base Visitor Control Center.

Through increasing leadership roles in his civilian position running a rock quarry back home, Hillyard built up the motivation to take on more responsibility in the Navy, including volunteering for a mobilization. “The amount of responsibility I’m given there has helped me seek more in the Navy and at Camp Lemonnier.”

Improving himself as a person Hillyard says was his main motivation to join the military, who started his career as an active duty Marine.

“I faced some disciplinary issues during high school and decided that joining the military would help me progress into becoming a better person, which it has,” Hillyard said. “Initially, I joined the Marine Corps and became an engineer.”

After completing his initial enlistment, Hillyard still felt called to serve his country and joined the Navy Reserve.

“I’m most proud of this deployment for the opportunity to enhance my career by obtaining my in-rate qualifications on patrolman and patrol supervisor,” he said. “By serving in the VCC work center supervisor position, I’ve been able to show my leadership potential.”

Master-at-Arm’s 1st Class William K. Lindon, the VCC leading petty officer, said Hillyard has been a motivated team player and a recognized expert on VCC operations. Lindon also attributes an improved efficiency of the VCC, an updated office layout, and improved records management to Hillyard’s work.

Hillyard credits his team for his success. “I am successful because of my peers and chain of command providing me the mentorship and guidance, but more importantly, believing in me and my capabilities to lead,” he said. (U.S. Navy profile by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Natalia Murillo)

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MyNavy HR
08/19/2020

MyNavy HR

With September right around the corner, now is the time to study! 📚
View all E-5/6 exam dates below.⬇️

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:

The Post-9/11 GI Bill, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
07/26/2020

The Post-9/11 GI Bill, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Are you eligible for increased benefits under the Post-9/11 GI Bill?
Changes to benefit levels effective August 1, 2020 increase the amount VA will cover for those with fewer months of service.

With this change, the 40% benefit level is eliminated, and the 60% benefit level is expanded under the Post-9/11 GI Bill program.

Check the GI Bill Comparison Tool to see what support may be available to you and learn more with this postcard:
https://bddy.me/3jjQ02u

Timeline Photos
07/09/2020

Timeline Photos

Navy Suspends Fall 2020 Fitness Cycle
07/08/2020
Navy Suspends Fall 2020 Fitness Cycle

Navy Suspends Fall 2020 Fitness Cycle

The Navy has suspended the fall, 2020 Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) to minimize risk of Sailor exposure to the COVID-19 virus.

07/08/2020
MyNavy HR

MyNavy HR

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

Navy Reserve
06/25/2020

Navy Reserve

U.S. Fleet Forces Command reinforced existing guidance today with a message regarding COVID-19 mitigation measures and guidance for HPCON Charlie Minus. For Reservists, this only applies when you are on orders.

06/25/2020
Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic

Hot off the Press. More guidance to follow. ALNAV released today.

Over the next few days, Chiefs and officers will be discussing with the workforce the details of NAVNORTH FRAGORD 20-024.013. For now, the BLUF (Bottom Line, Up Front) is:

In accordance with NAVNORTH FRAGORD 20-024.013, service members will limit travel to/from place of residence/work with stops only for essential business (food, medical, pharmacy, gas, and childcare services). Service members are prohibited from visiting, patronizing, or engaging in the following off-installation specific facilities, services, or activities:
-Recreational swimming pools, gyms, fitness facilities, exercise classes, saunas, spas, and salons.
-Tattoo/body art/piercing parlors.
-Barber shops, hair or nail salons, and massage parlors.
-Cinemas/theaters.
-Participation in team/organized sports.
-Dine-in restaurants (take-out authorized), bars, night clubs, casinos, conferences, sporting events, concerts, public celebrations, parades, public beaches, amusement parks or other events designed to promote large gatherings to include indoor religious services.
-Outdoor recreation (playgrounds, etc.) where common use facilities are used and if a minimum of six feet physical distancing cannot be maintained.
-Non-essential commercial retail establishments and shopping malls.
-In-residence social gatherings that include more than 10 guests that do not reside in the residence.
*****These prohibitions are a lawful general order under Article 92 of the UCMJ. Any person subject to the UCMJ who violates or fails to obey this order may be subject to disciplinary action.*****

Direct any questions to your chain of command.

05/25/2020
Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy

Office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy

"This Memorial Day, we pause to honor the more than one million Americans who made the ultimate sacrifice since the founding of our nation. We remember their courage. We remember their selfless service and we remember how they lived...Each individual loss brings untold grief. Each loss is a hope never realized. Each loss is a dream never reached.” -Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley

05/01/2020

DoD is rolling out a new capability that will enhance our telework efficiency. It is called Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR), however if your sub-organization and Primary Personal Email in MilConnect is not up to date you will not receive the email to sign up.
Every user in DoD should get an invite (AD, FTS, SELRES)

Photos from Navy Operational Support Center Wilmington, North Carolina's post
04/27/2020

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Navy Reserve
04/22/2020
Navy Reserve

Navy Reserve

It's not a typical drill-weekend, but video-conferencing is helping #NavyReserve Sailors stay up-to-date within their commands during #COVID19.

U.S. Navy Chief of Information Reserve put their virtual capabilities to the test and offer some tips to pulling off a successful online drill.

“If I were going to give one piece of advice to other units planning a virtual drill, it would be to start planning earlier rather than later,” said Capt. Mike Dean, Commanding Officer of NR CHINFO HQ. “Getting everyone comfortable with the technology is often the biggest hurdle, and having several weeks lead time gave us an opportunity to take suggestions for potential topics and plan thoughtful sessions.”

04/07/2020

CONGRATULATIONS, to PS1 Kasey Male for being selected for the Meritorious Advancement Program!! Hooyah!

MyNavy HR
03/18/2020

MyNavy HR

#BREAKINGNEWS

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

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.
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).

NAVY MITIGATION MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK.

NAVY MITIGATION MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK UPDATE

This NAVADMIN supplements examination administration guidance in references (a), (b) and (c) to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 throughout the Navy in accordance with reference (d) and (e). All enlisted advancement exams after 17 March 2020, active and reserve component makeup/late exams are rescheduled with the following administration dates:
a. 21 May 2020 Cycle 247 (E-4 only) Active Duty and Full-Time Support (FTS) regular Navy-wide Advancement Examinations (NWAEs).

b. 22 May 2020 Cycle 106 (E-4 through E-7) Selective Reserve (SELRES) NWAEs approved for late administration on the first available drill weekend after this date.

c. 12 June 2020 Cycle 247 (E-4 through E-6) final date to administer substitute exams.

2. Policy. The examination reschedule dates result in no change to the advancement candidates final multiple score and eligibility requirements as promulgated in references (a), (b) and (c). Commands are authorized to administer regular exams and must safeguard exams currently held until examination administration dates. Substitute examination administration must be kept to a minimum. Educational Services Officers (ESOs) should forward exams in accordance with reference (a) when Sailors transfer prior to the rescheduled administration dates. As the COVID-19 situation becomes clearer, we will continue to reevaluate the timeline for each exam.

3. Results. E-4 through E-6 Total Force advancements and SELRES E-7 Selection Board Eligibility are anticipated to be released in July 2020. Results are heavily dependent on commands promptly processing and returning answer sheets.

4. Enlisted Advancement Worksheet (EAW). A system change will be made to the Cycle 247 (March 2020) E-4 Enlisted Advancement Worksheets, setting the new examination administration date to 21 May 2020. ESOs will have until that date to finalize E-4 Worksheets. For Cycle 106, it is the ESOs responsibility to ensure examination dates are changed for the approved late substitute examination administrations.

5. Points of contact.
a. MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) is available 24/7 by phone at 1-833-330-MNCC (1-833-330-6622) or via e-mail at askmncc(at)navy(dot)mil.
b. NETPDC N321 records and discrepancies can be reached at (850)473-6148/DSN 753 or via EAW post exam admin comments.

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

Congratulations to MC2 Whitehead on this achievement https://www.dvidshub.net/news/363991/jacksonville-nc-native-honored...
02/27/2020
Jacksonville, N.C. Native Honored as Camp Lemonnier Member in the Spotlight

Congratulations to MC2 Whitehead on this achievement

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/363991/jacksonville-nc-native-honored-camp-lemonnier-member-spotlight

Petty Officer 2nd Class Marquis Whitehead, a native of Jacksonville, North Carolina is a Navy Reserve mass communication specialist in charge of telling the Navy’s story through video, imagery, and story production and was recognized as the Camp Lemonnier Member in the Spotlight, Feb. 24, 2020.

Spc. Antonio Moore - Your Service will not be Forgotten. Rest In Peace Solider.
02/03/2020

Spc. Antonio Moore - Your Service will not be Forgotten. Rest In Peace Solider.

Thanks to all who was involved with facilitating trainings for January drill weekend. Master Chief Winkle and Senior Chi...
01/13/2020

Thanks to all who was involved with facilitating trainings for January drill weekend. Master Chief Winkle and Senior Chief White gave a CPO brief to all E6s and Above, Chief Noble came down to conduct training on the Navy Wounded Warrior program and with LT Loran and LT Foreman’s joint effort arranged a command group exercise challenged. Let’s continue to do great things NOSC Wilmington!

Merry Christmas!!
12/25/2019

Merry Christmas!!

12/16/2019
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NOSC Wilmington end of the year Christmas party during the December drill weekend was a success!! During the event we fr...
12/09/2019

NOSC Wilmington end of the year Christmas party during the December drill weekend was a success!! During the event we frocked and awarded several outstanding Sailors.. Keep up the great work everyone!! Hooyah!

Hooyah NOSC Wilmington,     During our December DWE we conducted All Hands Counter Intelligence and SAPR training. Great...
12/08/2019

Hooyah NOSC Wilmington,
During our December DWE we conducted All Hands Counter Intelligence and SAPR training. Great job to the facilitators.

Fair winds and following sea to HM1 Taranto.
12/04/2019

Fair winds and following sea to HM1 Taranto.

NOSC Wilmington would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!! 🍁
11/28/2019

NOSC Wilmington would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!! 🍁

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