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Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Fleet Feedback Prompts Enlisted Retention Board Changes View post tag: Naval June 13, 2011 View post tag: feedback Responding to requests made to the chief of naval personnel (CNP) during his visit to the operating forces in Fifth Fleet, the Navy announced changes and clarification to the Enlisted Retention Board (ERB), June 9.NAVADMIN 180/11 extends the deadline for Sailors to request a rating conversion and updates how these requests will be considered. Additionally, the new message provides eligibility clarification for Sailors not scheduled for Perform-to-Serve (PTS) adjudication in fiscal year 2012, and creates an additional exemption for Sailors enrolled in or selected for commissioning programs.As CNP Vice Adm. Mark Ferguson explained, “Based on feedback from our deployed forces, we have revised the conversion application timeline and process to retain the best Sailors in their rating, and have given our Sailors more time to complete their conversion packages.”One of the most visible changes in the updated guidance surrounds how conversion applications will be handled. Specifically, these requests will not be reviewed until after the ERB has selected Sailors for retention, and only those Sailors who were not selected for retention within their rate will be considered for conversion. In doing so, ratings will be able to keep their most qualified candidates, while still providing Sailors an additional opportunity for continued service in another rate.Also, based on the difficulties described by deployed Sailors in meeting previously announced conversion application deadlines, CNP has directed the ERB to accept all submissions received prior to the board’s convening date of August 15, 2011. This will allow Sailors to obtain the results of certain tests, such as the ASVAB, to be included in their applications for conversion.Initial ERB eligibility guidance excluded Sailors who were subject to PTS adjudication in FY12. This created some uncertainty in the Fleet regarding Sailors who are not subject to PTS, but who are in an ERB-eligible paygrade and rating. NAVADMIN 180/11 clarifies ERB eligibility to include E-4 to E-8 Sailors who are not subject to PTS adjudication, regardless of their End of Active Obligated Service as extended (“soft” EAOS, or SEAOS) date.Finally, an additional exemption has been authorized for those Sailors currently enrolled in or selected for an enlisted commissioning program.The ERB will enable the Navy to shape our future manpower requirements in a fair and transparent manner. Board members will include a diverse group of professionals representing different ratings, geographic locations and warfare perspectives who will rely on their best judgment and fleet perspective throughout the process.[mappress]Source: navy, June 13, 2011; Share this article View post tag: board View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Prompts View post tag: Enlisted Authorities View post tag: Retention View post tag: Navy View post tag: changes View post tag: fleet USA: Fleet Feedback Prompts Enlisted Retention Board Changes View post tag: usa
… Sponsors neededONE of Guyana’s top young table tennis players of recent times, Miguel Wong, has received an invitation to train and play at a table tennis club in Germany for three months, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity which could propel the young talent even further to the advantage of Guyana.However, for Wong to achieve and make full use of this opportunity he requires the full support of his countrymen and women, corporate Guyana and even the government.The talented youngster has already raised a good portion of his expenses (US$3500 in total for airfare and accommodation) through a few fundraisers. However, he still requires more funds and is calling for support.The table tennis club, Sachsischer Tischtennis-Verband eV, is considered the training ground for the World’s best talents from Latin-American countries.Wong revealed that he met a Mexican senior player along with a Dominican player at the Pan-American Games in the Dominican Republic a couple of years ago and they were impressed by his skill, thus they had put plans in motion to get him invited to the training facility.The Training Camp invitation is for September 1- November 30 in Eilenburg, Germany and as such Wong is appealing for support. Anyone interested in assisting the youngster can contact him via +592 646 0825 or on Facebook: Miguel Wong.