Command and Milestone Application Deadline Extended to 22 JUN 2022

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Given the release of the O6 results today, PERS will be extending the due date for Command and Milestone screening packages until COB on Wednesday, 22 JUN 2022. 

Submit applications using https://esportal.med.navy.mil/bumed/m00/m00c/Pages/executive-medicine.aspx.

Direct any specific questions to any of the Deputy Corps Chiefs.

FY23 O6 Staff Corps Selections

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SUBJ/FISCAL YEAR 2023 ACTIVE-DUTY NAVY CAPTAIN STAFF CORPS SELECTIONS//

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AMPN/REF A IS THE FY-23 ACTIVE-DUTY NAVY CAPTAIN STAFF CORPS PROMOTION 
SELECTION BOARD CONVENING ORDER.//

RMKS/1.  I am pleased to announce the following Staff Corps Officers on the 
Active-Duty list for promotion to the permanent grade of Captain.

2.  This message is not authority to deliver appointments.  Authority to 
effect promotion will normally be issued by future NAVADMINs requiring 
NAVPERS 1421/7 preparation and forwarding of document to PERS-806.

3.  Frocking is not authorized for any officer listed below until specific 
authorization is received per SECNAVINST 1420.2B.

4.  For proper alphabetical order read from left to right on each line.  The 
numbers following each name to the right indicate the relative seniority 
among selectees within each competitive category.  Note:  An (*) by the name 
indicates the selectee was merit reordered to the top of the promotion list 
in accordance with reference (a).  Members are directed to verify their 
select status via BUPERS Online. 

                             Medical Corps
Arnold Wendy Anne            0025  Belverud Shawn A          0061
Blackmer Shannon Renee       0043  Bomia Mark E              0063
Bradley Matthew J            0069  Burkhart Timothy M        0033
Buryk Melissa Anne           0074  Cardoso Mario Jorge       0023
Carmichael Jacob Jonas       0039  Chao Jeffrey C            0016
Chiu Alden V                 0064  Cimino Francesca M        0051
Clausen Shawn Susan          0013  Cole Peter Matthew *      0005
Colmenar Derrick H           0049  Conley Sean P *           0007
Deafenbaugh Bradley K        0054  Debuse Mark Raymond       0027
Doss Roderick Hugh           0024  Douglas Thomas J III      0056
Erpenbach Jonathan D         0060  Fellars Todd Allen        0057
Fitzpatrick Joseph D         0030  Foster David T *          0002
Gallagher Robert M           0053  Garland Joshua Paul       0055
Gentry Shari Lynn *          0008  Gille Theresa M           0018
Gomezsanchez Carlos E        0014  Gonzalez Sara C           0047
Gould Charles Frank Jr       0021  Gustafson Corey Gerald *  0001
Hammond James E              0071  Henry Jason Lemarr        0029
Hessert Mary J *             0006  Hurt Craig Jordan         0020
Kaselis Michael              0010  Kim Michael B             0044
Klimpel Jennifer F M         0026  Kozen Buddy G             0015
Kuettel Matthew A            0062  Lafreniere Justin Paul    0073
Laird John E                 0072  Landaker Edwin John       0022
Langton Richard Samuel *     0003  Lefringhouse Jason R      0058
Letizia Andrew Gordon        0031  Lewis Stephen Lloyd       0041
Lin Victor Shih              0012  Lobraico Dayna T          0068
Lovern Robert E              0059  Mack Takman Eric          0050
Mondzelewski Lisa M          0032  Oliver Kate Eleanor       0028
Palmer Jason Patrick         0035  Park Sanghee D *          0004
Paz David Alexander *        0009  Podraza Caleb John        0038
Prudhomme Michael            0034  Ramey Erik L              0037
Rice Jason Patrick           0075  Ricks Jeffrey C           0017
Schultheiss C C              0067  Self Amanda R             0045
Sklar Marvin J               0066  Stevens Kristin Adria     0040
Tarant Nicki S               0011  Tintle Scott Matthew      0070
Tracey Robert W              0048  Tschanz Mark P            0065
Virgilio Gina R              0019  Waltz Robert Anthony      0052
Warkentien Tyler E           0046  Welch Scott Allen         0036
West Janet M                 0042
                             Dental Corps
Alston Teresita              0006  Bennett Robin C           0015
Cohen Joshua E               0012  Fagen Derek Timothy       0008
Flannery Michael B           0005  Gray Benjamin Michael     0009
Huber Jayson Hamblin *       0002  Jones Brook Woolsey       0004
Lisell Andrea Decerce        0024  Mathys Jason William      0018
Mcguirehaveman J             0019  Morton Kittima B          0016
Peterson Barry Eugene        0013  Ringler Gregory Ernest    0021
Roldanwhitaker Angela        0007  Silvestri Andrew D        0020
Soden Derek Donald           0023  Stires Sara Ann *         0003
Teutsch Shawn Douglas        0014  Timmons Phillip Slone *   0001
Treesh Joshua Caleb          0010  Volinski Walter B Jr      0017
Whitbeck Evan Robert         0011  Yapshing Donavon A        0022
                             Medical Service Corps
Anderson Clemia Nmn          0032  Bailey Kevin Scott        0009
Barefield Maria Luz          0008  Barnes Kathryn Ann *      0002
Campbell Justin Seawyn       0016  Cleckley Janiese A *      0003
Coan George P III            0010  Comeau Robert Eugene      0011
Coon Maria Crisologo         0013  Corson Karen Suzanne      0005
Councilor Leslie Rene        0025  Dietrich Darla Marie      0020
Dunn Scott Eugene            0023  Espinal Janine Estela     0026
Evans John Porter            0014  Foster Thomas C           0015
Frank Aaron Jack             0018  Garcia Diana M            0012
Lallatin Cody Lynn           0029  Lippy Robert Dean *       0001
Littel Corey John            0006  Long Carl E Jr            0033
Lyle Kevin James             0031  Marcinkiewicz Matthew     0022
Miller Joshua Aaron          0035  Nairn Raymond Charles     0007
Olson Tatana Michelle        0019  Piansay Joseph Edward     0004
Quach Linh Hoai              0017  Rees Chad Jonah           0024
Rosario Juan Nicanor         0028  Skorey Elizabeth G        0027
Wagner Dean John Jr          0034  Wakefield Mark David      0030
Wilhite Charles Robert       0021
                             Judge Advocate General's Corps
Flintoft Timothy M           0004  Kirby James H             0002
Pierce Edward Michael        0003  Pilling Justin            0001
Quay Erin Cathleen           0005  Rosen Michele Valerie     0007
Stampfli Maryann M           0006  Temple Chad C             0008
                             Nurse Corps
Bauman Krystal Marie         0008  Damin Virginia H          0018
Driscoll James J             0021  Fickens Jervia I          0007
Hoffman Beth Anne *          0001  Kilday Jeremy M           0004
Lawrence Sophia Maria        0006  Lawson Shane E            0019
Mcclure Daniel Scott         0016  Mccullough Tracy M        0013
Mcginnis Tara Norean         0011  Miller Merideth Lynne     0014
Mortimer Mary R              0009  Noel Katherine E          0005
Oliver Kristina Rene         0017  Radford Kennett D         0012
Sanjuan Rodolfo G *          0002  Sanluis Edgar Oliver      0010
Scheel Misty Dawn            0015  Shattuck Heather Ann *    0003
Williams Brookes Anne        0020
                             Supply Corps
Arnold Thomas Eugene         0011  Brown Sylvester Jr        0001
Carroll David Michael        0007  Ceville Abdul Rolando     0018
Cormier Tanya Kathleen       0020  Dicola Anthony Robert     0023
Frey Monica Madeline         0025  Fuchs David Steven Jr     0013
Jakubowicz William M         0021  Joloya Edelio P           0003
Jones Marcus Lopez           0006  Lounsberry Christopher    0012
Luster Taquina Tonelle       0022  Mcivy  Deborah Kay        0004
Metz Daniel Wallace          0017  Morrissey Owen Burke      0016
Neer Sean Anthony            0024  Newell Christopher A      0002
Nuila Sean James             0015  Oswald Andrew James       0005
Phillips Andrew M            0008  Ramsey Jecisken           0014
Richardson Kevin C           0010  Risley Dena Berry         0009
Spede Joseph Kent            0019
                             Chaplain Corps
Cameron Alan                 0003  Cauble Christopher S      0007
Gault Timothy David          0002  Greer Paul Brian          0013
Hester Chris Elmer           0004  Jacobson Brian L          0008
Long Tavis John *            0001  Obannon Michael Quinn     0011
Roberts Steven Leonard       0005  Siemer Margaret E         0010
Weems Matthew Steven         0009  Wiggins Arthur Lee Jr     0006
Young Leroy Carldell         0012
                             Civil Engineer Corps
Beattie John Herbert         0004  Burket Blake Earl         0016
Chapman Kendall C            0008  Gunderson Lakeeva B *     0001
Hofman Benjamin P            0015  Honek Kenneth Frank       0009
Johnson Weurielus D          0011  Kleinman Robert Daniel    0014
Mcbee Angelique Nicole       0013  Nieman Jonathan David     0006
Olsen Andrew William *       0002  Simodynes Kent Ryan       0010
Stringham Cortney Burk       0012  Sullivan James Rueben     0003
Tolhurst Matthew Clee        0005  Wainwright Benjamin V     0007
                             Limited Duty Officer (Staff)
Lopezmartinez Javier *       0001

5.  Released by the Honorable Carlos Del Toro, Secretary of the Navy.//

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2023 AMSUS Annual Meeting

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The 2023 Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS) annual meeting is scheduled to be held 13-16 February 2023 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, Washington, D.C.  Main Theme of the Annual Meeting:  “Healthcare Collaboration: Meeting the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow”.

General Information:

  • Registration will be available via the AMSUS website: **15 September.** This includes the hotel room block.
  • The Annual Meeting is an in-person only meeting this year, 27.5 CME/CE hours will be available (ACCME, ANCC, ACPE, AANP; and credits when applicable to APA, ACHE, NASW, ADA-CERP).
  • Change from the past – the meeting will start on 13 February with the opening ceremony at 1200, allowing for morning plenary sessions.
  • Navy breakouts sessions will be:
    • 14 FEB at 1500-1600;
    • 15 FEB at 1300-1400
    • 15 FEB from 1400-1500, and
    • 16 FEB from 0800-0900.
  • Navy Plenary date and time will be 16 FEB from 0830-0900.

Deadlines:

  • For Plenary and Breakout Presentations: Submissions open **6 July** for submission of title, description, learning outcomes (3), and up to four presenters. Submission deadline will be **3 October;** presentation slide decks will be due **12 December.** Submissions must comply with CE requirements.
  • Poster Presentations will be 15 FEB from 1100 to 1830 for up to 100 accepted posters. This year there will not be any virtual poster viewing options. Submissions via the platform will open **6 July** for poster abstracts; submissions close **15 October.**
  • AMSUS Awards: Nominations through the AMSUS online portal will be accepted from **6 July to 15 October 2022.** Late submissions will not be considered.
  • Exhibit booths: sign up for federal agencies start **15 July.**

AMSUS POCs:

AY23-24 Strategist and National Security Fellowships and Graduate Education Scholarship Programs Call for Applications

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The only one that Navy Medicine officers appear to qualify for is the SECDEF Executive Fellows Program (paragraph 6):

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SUBJ/ACADEMIC YEAR 2023-2024 STRATEGIST AND NATIONAL SECURITY FELLOWSHIPS AND 
GRADUATE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS CALL FOR APPLICATIONS// 
 
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NARR/Ref A is OPNAVINST 1500.72G, Navy Politico-Military Fellowships, 
Graduate Education Programs, and Community Sponsorship. 
Ref B is DODINST 1322.23, Secretary of Defense Executive Fellows (SDEF). 
Ref C is Memorandum for the Record: Federal Executive Host Institutions for 
Academic Years 2023-2024 and 2024-2025. 
Ref D is NAVADMIN 011/15, Establishment of the Naval Strategy Subspecialty 
2300X. 
Ref E is NAVPERS 15839I, Manual of Navy Officer Manpower and Personnel 
Classifications, Vol I, dtd April 2022. 
Ref F is OPNAVINST 1520.24D, Officer Scholarship Program. 
Ref G is Office of the Deputy Secretary of Defense Directive-type Memorandum 
(DTM)-19-001, Establishment of the Secretary of Defense Strategic Thinkers 
Program. 
Ref H is NAVADMIN 223/21, Update to Senior Officer Graduate Education 
Requirements. 
Ref I is OPNAVINST 1520.23C CH-3, Graduate Education// 
 
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN is the call for applications for the Academic Year (AY) 
2023-2024 strategist and national security fellowships and civilian graduate 
education scholarship programs, and for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 Olmsted 
Scholar Program. 
 
2. Per reference (a), these programs are a primary means for developing naval 
strategists through exposure and learning opportunities at leading think 
tanks, academic institutions, and with industry partners. 
   a. Talented officers who complete these programs form a cadre of naval 
   strategists able to leverage their experiences and the key relationships 
they have established to actively contribute toward efforts to improve Navy 
   warfighting advantage. 
   b. Type Commanders and community managers are encouraged to identify 
quality candidates and encourage these future leaders to apply to these 
competitive programs. 
   c. Applicable programs include: 
      (1) Federal Executive Fellowship Program (FEF) 
      (2) Hudson Fellow Program, Oxford University 
      (3) Secretary of Defense Executive Fellows Program (SDEF) 
      (4) Secretary of Defense Strategic Thinkers Program (SD STP) 
      (5) Politico-Military Masters Program (PMM) 
      (6) Arthur S. Moreau Program (ASM) 
      (7) Olmsted Scholar Program. 
 
3. AY2023-24 applications are due to Navy Personnel Command NLT 02 September 
2022.  All supplemental information to the selection board must be received 
NLT 23 September 2022.  The selection board will convene in early November 
2022. 
Results will be announced no later than December 2022. 
   a. Officers may apply for all programs for which they meet the eligibility 
   requirements via a single application. Annotate which programs you are 
applying for in the subject line of your application. 
   b. Please read program descriptions in their entirety. Unique or 
additional application and selection requirements are set forth in 
subparagraph 'b' of each section. 
   c. Applications require a personal statement to the board, a curriculum 
   vitae, biography, and endorsement letters from both your commanding 
officer and detailer, plus any unique or additional requirements specified 
for each program. Application forms will be available after 01 June 
2022.  Send requests for forms and any questions to the OPNAV N712 or PERS 
443 POCs listed in this NAVADMIN. 
   d. Service obligation is defined in individual program descriptions below. 
   Most of these programs incur a service obligation of three times (3x) the 
   number of months served in the program (normally 10-12 months), for a  
30-36  month obligation. 
   e. Interested officers should submit applications for all programs via 
   encrypted email to the PERS 443 and OPNAV N712 POCs listed in this 
NAVADMIN. 
   Prior to submission, ensure electronic copies are clear, legible, and 
properly endorsed. If encrypted email is unavailable, mail applications to: 
 
      Navy Personnel Command 
      Attn: PERS 443B 
      5720 Integrity Drive 
      Millington, TN  38005 
   f. Additional information on graduate education and fellowship programs 
can be found in the program descriptions below and 
at https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Career-Management/Education/. 
 
4. Federal Executive Fellowship Program: This is a fellowship program and 
does not confer a degree.  The FEF program provides selected due-course 
officers an opportunity to improve their understanding of the national 
security decision-making process through a one-year assignment at a world-
class research organization or academic institution. Fellows will serve 
follow-on tours in a number of critical strategy, policy, national security 
decision-making, and international engagement billets on major Joint and Navy 
staffs. A successful FEF tour combined with any previous or future non-
resident masters degree from an accredited university will satisfy the in-
residence graduate education requirement for major command (see reference 
(h)). 
   a. Eligibility: Active Duty O4-O6 Unrestricted Line (URL) and Restricted 
Line (RL) officers in designators 1710, 1810, 1820, 1830, and 1840 are 
eligible to apply. Training and Administration of the Reserve (TAR) officers 
are not eligible for the FEF program. Applicants should have a graduate 
degree. A graduate degree in national security affairs, international 
relations, strategy, or related discipline is preferred. 
   b. Program information: Thirteen (13) officers will be selected for the 
AY23-24 Federal Executive Fellowship program by the PERS selection board. The 
   fellowships will begin in August 2023 following a two-week orientation 
course at the Pentagon. One naval officer will be assigned to each of the 
thirteen FEF institutions, which include: 
      (1) Atlantic Council, Washington, DC 
      (2) Carnegie Mellon University, Institute for Politics and Strategy, 
      Pittsburgh, PA 
      (3) Center for a New American Security (CNAS), Washington, DC 
      (4) Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Washington, 
      DC.  The CSIS fellow will also serve as an adjunct fellow at the United 
States Naval Institute (USNI), Annapolis, MD. 
      (5) Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago, IL 
      (6) Georgia Institute of Technology, Sam Nunn School of International 
      Affairs, Atlanta, GA 
      (7) Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 
Cambridge, MA 
      (8) Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), Alexandria, VA 
      (9) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Security Studies Program, 
      Cambridge, MA 
      (10) Stanford University, Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA 
      (11) Stimson Center, Washington, DC 
      (12) Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Medford, 
MA 
      (13) University of Texas at Austin, Clements Center for National 
Security, Austin, TX 
   c. Reutilization/service obligation: Federal Executive Fellows incur a 
   service obligation three times (3x) the number of months of the 
fellowship. FEF tours are normally 10-12 months. URL FEFs will serve at least 
one utilization tour in a validated naval strategist billet on a major Navy, 
Joint, or OSD staff as soon as possible, but not later than the second 
subsequent shore tour. 
   Some officers may serve in multiple strategy positions after the 
fellowship tour, subject to career timing and on a not-to-interfere basis 
with their command or milestone tours. 
   d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: URL officers who 
complete a FEF tour will receive the 2300S Naval Strategy subspecialty code 
and the 24C additional qualification designation (AQD) code. IWC Officers 
will receive the 2400S subspecialty code and the 24C AQD code. FAO officers 
will receive the 2000S National Security Studies subspecialty code and the 
24C AQD code. 
 
5. Hudson Fellow Program, University of Oxford: This is a fellowship program 
and does not confer a degree. Hosted by St. Antonys College, the Hudson 
Fellow will attend the Changing Character of War (CCW) program, led by the 
History Faculty at Oxford. CCW brings together representatives of the United 
Kingdom Armed Forces, Government, and multi-national organizations to provide 
practical knowledge in the interdisciplinary study of war and armed conflict. 
A successful Hudson tour combined with any previous or future non-resident 
masters degree from an accredited university will satisfy the in-residence 
graduate education requirement for major command (see reference (h)). 
   a. Eligibility: Active duty O5-O6 URL and RL officers in designators 1710, 
   1810, 1820, 1830, and 1840 are eligible to apply. The University of Oxford 
   prefers post-command officers. TAR officers are not eligible for the 
Hudson Fellowship. Applicant must have a masters degree. A graduate degree in 
national security affairs, international relations, strategy, or related 
discipline is preferred. 
    b. Program information: The Hudson Fellowship will begin in August 
    2023.  One (1) primary and two (2) alternate nominees will be selected by 
the PERS selection board. Their names, CV, biography, and research proposal 
will be submitted by OPNAV N7 to the University of Oxford for final selection 
of the one (1) fellow for AY23-24. Applicants for the Hudson Fellowship must 
include a 2-page research proposal with their application. The Oxford 
research proposal template can be found at the MyNavyHR website under 
Education Placement: https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Career-
Management/Detailing/Officer/Education-Placement/. 
   c. Reutilization/Service obligation: Hudson fellows incur a service 
   obligation that is three times (3x) the number of months of the 
fellowship. 
   Hudson Fellowship tours are normally 10-12 months. The URL Hudson Fellow 
will serve at least one utilization tour in a validated naval strategist 
billet as soon as possible, but not later than the second subsequent shore 
tour. Some officers may serve in multiple strategy positions after the 
fellowship tour, subject to career timing and on a not-to-interfere basis 
with their command or milestone tours. 
   d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: URL officers who 
complete the Hudson Fellowship will receive the 2300S subspecialty code and 
the 24D AQD code. IWC officers will receive the 2400S subspecialty code and 
the 24D AQD code. FAO officers will receive the 2000S subspecialty code and 
the 24D AQD code. 
 
6. Secretary of Defense Executive Fellows Program: This is a fellowship 
program and does not confer a degree. This program provides a venue for 
exceptional officers to experience innovative business practices within the 
nation’s leading business enterprises. Military fellows from each of the 
Services are paired with senior executives in various companies known for 
their willingness to challenge and adapt their business practices. A 
successful SDEF tour combined with any previous or future non-resident 
masters degree from an accredited university will satisfy the in-residence 
graduate education requirement for major command (see reference (h)). 
   a. Eligibility: All O5-O6 officers are eligible for the SDEF program, 
   including Reserve, TAR, and the Acquisition Professional Community. 
Related graduate education and staff experience preferred. Per reference (b), 
   applicants must have completed Joint Professional Military Education Phase 
II (JPME II) (or Advanced Joint Professional Military Education (AJPME) for 
   Reserve officers) prior to beginning the fellowship. This JPME requirement 
is waived for eligible military officers who have a scientific, technical, or 
   professional military occupational specialty or equivalency, as described 
in Section 10 of DoD Instruction 1300.19. 
   b. Program information: Four (4) Navy officers will be selected for the 
AY23-24 program by the PERS selection board. Fellowships will begin in July 
2023. 
   Past fellows were assigned to corporations such as 3M, Apple, Amazon, 
Boeing, Caterpillar, Cisco Systems, Exxon Mobil, J.P. Morgan Chase, FedEx, 
General Dynamics, Google, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Microsoft, Morgan 
Stanley, SalesForce, and SpaceX. 
   c. Reutilization/Service obligation: SDEF graduates incur a service 
   obligation that is three times (3x) the number of months of the 
fellowship. 
   SDEF tours are normally 12 months in length, depending on the required 
   detachment for the next duty station. 
   d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: All officers who 
complete the SDEF program will receive the 2000S subspecialty code and the 
24F AQD code. 
 
7. Secretary of Defense Strategic Thinkers Program: This program confers a 
Masters degree in International Public Policy (MIPP). The SD STP program is a 
one-year masters program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced 
International Studies (JHU SAIS) campus in Washington, D.C., where students 
will develop advanced analytical and strategic thinking skills. The SD STP 
program satisfies the in-residence graduate education requirement for major 
command (see reference (h)). Additional program information and instructions 
to sign up for education program notifications are available at 
https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/training-education-qualifications/e-graduate-
education-and-fellowship-programs. 
   a. Eligibility: Active duty O4-O6 Unrestricted Line (URL) and IWC (1810, 
   1820, 1830, 1840) officers are eligible. TAR officers are not eligible. 
Per reference (g), completion of JPME I and graduation in the top 20 percent 
of their JPME class is required. A minimum of ten years of service is 
required. 
   Officers who have already participated in Department of Defense-funded 
graduate education programs are not eligible. Those officers who earned a 
degree through the Tuition Assistance Program or a Service or Joint War 
College retain their eligibility for SD STP and do not need a waiver (see 
reference (i)). 
   b. Program information: Two (2) primary and two (2) alternate nominees 
will be selected by the PERS selection board. OSD will make the final 
selection of two (2) Navy scholars for the SD STP program. SD STP selectees 
will carry a full academic load during the academic year. Additional 
information can be found at https://www.sais.jhu.edu/admissions/masters-
program-admissions/how-apply/us-military-and-veteran-applicants/strategic. 
GRE scores must be submitted as part of the application package. 
   c. Reutilization/Service Obligation: SD STP graduates will incur a service 
   obligation of a minimum of 24 months following completion of the SD STP 
   program. Upon graduation, SD STP students will be considered for follow-on 
   assignments that utilize their special knowledge and skills gained through 
the completion of the program. 
   d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: SD STP URL graduates 
will earn the 2300P Naval Strategy subspecialty code and the 223 AQD code. SD 
STP IWC graduates will earn the 2400P subspecialty code and the 223 AQD code. 
 
8. Politico-Military Masters Program: This program confers a masters degree. 
The PMM program provides officers a graduate education in strategy and 
politico-military affairs at leading civilian universities. The PMM program 
is a key component of the Navy Strategic Enterprise, educating naval 
strategists who will be utilized in subsequent strategy and policy-related 
billets. The PMM program satisfies the in-residence graduate education 
requirement for major command (see reference (h)). 
   a. Eligibility: Active duty O3-O5 Unrestricted Line (URL) and Restricted 
Line (RL) 1710, 1810, 1820, 1830, and 1840 designated officers are eligible. 
This includes O2s selected for O3 and who will be promoted prior to the start 
of the academic year (July-August 2023). Preference will be given to junior 
officers (O3-O4). TAR officers are not eligible. Officers who have already 
participated in a Department of Defense-funded graduate education program are 
not eligible. 
   Those officers who earned a degree through the Tuition Assistance Program 
or Service or a Joint War College retain their eligibility for PMM and do not 
need a waiver (see reference (i)). 
   b. Program information: Eight (8) officers will be selected for the one-
year PMM program. Selected officers will carry a full academic load during 
the academic year. The approved AY23-24 institutions and their associated 
degree programs are listed below. Other universities that meet the Naval 
Strategy subspecialty (2300P) Educational Skills Requirements (ESRs) for PMM 
will be considered on a case-by-case basis by OPNAV N7. GRE scores must be 
submitted as part of the application package. 
      (1) Harvard University, Boston, MA: Mid-Career Master in Public 
      Administration, John F. Kennedy School of Government. 
      (2) Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC: Master of International 
      Public Policy, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies. 
      (3) Princeton University, Princeton, NJ: Master in Public Policy (MPP) 
- International Relations, Princeton School of Public and International 
Affairs. 
      (4) Tufts University, Medford, MA: Master of Arts in the Mid-Career 
      Program at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. 
      (5) University of California, San Diego (UCSD), San Diego, CA: Master 
of Advanced Studies in International Affairs (MAS-IA), School of Global 
Policy and Strategy. 
      (6) University of Chicago, Chicago, IL: Master of Arts in International 
      Relations at the Committee on International Relations. 
      (7) University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA: Master of Arts in 
      Politics (International Relations) in the Graduate School of Arts and 
Sciences, Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics. 
      (8) University of Washington, Seattle, WA: Master of Arts in 
International Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. 
   c. Reutilization/Service Obligation: PMM graduates incur a service 
obligation equal to three times (3x) the number of months in the education 
program, up to 36 months total. URL PMM graduates will serve at least one 
tour in a validated strategy subspecialty billet in either politico-military 
affairs or strategy and policy, subject to career timing and on a not-to-
interfere basis with their command or milestone tours. 
   d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: PMM URL graduates will 
   earn the 2300P Naval Strategy subspecialty and the 24A AQD codes. The 
Education Plan (EP) for URL PMM students must be in full compliance with the 
2300P ESRs. 
   Restricted Line (FAO) PMM graduates will earn the 2000P National Security 
   Studies subspecialty code and the 24A AQD code. IWC PMM graduates will 
earn the 2400P subspecialty code and the 24A AQD code. The EP for FAOs must 
be in compliance with the 2000P ESRs and developed in coordination with the 
FAO detailer. The EP for IWC officers must be in compliance with the 2400P 
ESRs. 
 
9. Arthur S. Moreau Program (ASM): This program leads to a degree (PhD). The 
ASM program is a two-year program for candidates seeking to complete a PhD or 
to achieve an 'All But Dissertation' status in a politico-military related 
field. 
The ASM program satisfies the in-residence graduate education requirement for 
major command (see reference (h)). 
   a. Eligibility: Active duty O4-O5, URL-only are eligible. This includes 
O3s selected for O4 and who will be promoted prior to the start of the 
academic year (July-August 2023). TAR officers are not eligible. ASM 
candidates must already possess a masters degree in a politico-military 
related field such as national security affairs, international relations, 
strategy, or related discipline. 
   b. Program Information: One (1) officer may be selected for the ASM 
program. 
   The selected officer in the ASM program will carry a full academic load 
during the academic year. The approved ASM AY23-24 institutions are the same 
as listed with the approved PMM universities in para 7.b. Other universities 
that meet the Naval Strategy subspecialty (2300P) Educational Skills 
Requirements (ESRs) for PMM and ASM will be considered on a case-by-case 
basis by OPNAV N7. GRE scores must be submitted as part of the application 
package. 
   c. Reutilization/Service Obligation: ASM graduates incur a service 
obligation equal to three times (3x) the number of months in the education 
program, up to 72 months total. ASM graduates will serve at least one tour in 
a validated strategy subspecialty billet in either politico-military affairs 
or strategy and policy, subject to career timing and on a not-to-interfere 
basis with their command or milestone tours. 
   d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: ASM graduates will 
earn either the 2300P or the 2300D Naval Strategy subspecialty code and the 
24B AQD code. The Education Plan (EP) for ASM officers must be in full 
compliance with the 2300P ESRs. 
 
10. Olmsted Scholars: This program may confer a masters degree, and could 
satisfy the in-residence graduate education requirement for major command 
(see reference (h)). The Olmsted Scholar Program offers outstanding young 
military leaders an unsurpassed opportunity to achieve fluency in a foreign 
language, pursue graduate study at an overseas university and acquire an in-
depth understanding of foreign cultures, thereby equipping them to serve in 
positions of greater responsibility as senior leaders. This unique 
scholarship opportunity supports the DoD emphasis on developing language 
skills and regional cultural knowledge across the force. 
    a. Eligibility: All active duty officers with the designators 1110, 1120, 
    1130, 1140, 1310, 1320, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840, or 3100 with at least 
three years of Active Federal Commissioned Service (AFCS) and no more than 
13.5 years of total Active Federal Service (AFS) as of 1 April 2023 are 
eligible to apply. 
    The maximum length of service eligibility requirement has been extended 
for all eligible designators from 11 years to 13.5 years as part of a three-
year trial program. 
    b. Program Information: The Navy is seeking applicants who display the 
    warfighting and intellectual qualities of dedicated career officers who 
aspire to command. Applicants should be available to commence language 
training in summer/fall 2023 at the Defense Language Institute Foreign 
Language Center in Monterey, CA or Washington, DC, begin two years of study 
at a foreign university in 2024 and complete their studies in 2026. A 
detailer written/signed statement, as stated in enclosure (3) of reference 
(f), must be included in the nomination package. Olmsted notifications will 
occur in two phases. Navy nominees will be notified via email following the 
Navy selection board in November 2022. Scholars selected by the Olmsted 
Foundation Board of Directors will be contacted via email following the 
selection board in March 2023. 
    c. Reutilization/Service Obligation: Olmsted Scholars incur a service 
    obligation equal to three times (3x) the number of months in the 
education program and will be calculated based on the number of months the 
officer is assigned overseas. 
    d. Subspecialty Code/Additional Qualification Code: Olmsted scholars will 
    earn the 219 AQD code and, if they complete a degree in national security 
    affairs (earning the 2XXXP subspecialty code), will be integrated into 
the Pol-Mil subspecialty community and may be eligible to fill billets coded 
with a 24X AQD code. 
    e. Additional Application Information: Applications for the FY24 Olmsted 
    program are separate and distinct from the application for the other 
programs covered by this NAVADMIN. These must include detailer endorsement 
and should be prepared according to enclosure (3) of reference (f) and 
submitted via email NLT 02 September 2022 to the Navy Olmsted Scholar Program 
Manager and PERS 443 POCs listed at the end of this NAVADMIN. DLAB and GRE 
scores must be submitted as part of the application package. Official college 
transcripts may be submitted via the institution to the Olmsted Scholar 
Program Manager, which must also be received no later than 02 September 2022. 
Detailed information on application requirements, sample application 
template, and Frequently Asked Questions are located on the Navy College 
website at https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/sailors/other-navy-programs.htm. 
 
11. Points of Contact: Contact the POCs listed below for program-specific 
details and questions. Direct all application-only questions to either OPNAV 
N712 or NAVPERSCOM. 
    a. OPNAV: CDR Anne C. Stehlin, OPNAV N712 Branch Head, 571-256-4784, 
    anne.c.stehlin.mil@us.navy.mil; Ms. Jennifer Rigdon Teter, N712 Contract 
    Support, 703-692-1934, jennifer.c.rigdonteter.ctr@us.navy.mil. 
    b. NAVPERSCOM: LT Jacob Jepsen, PERS 443, 901-874-3996, 
jacob.a.jepsen.mil@us.navy.mil. 
    c. OLMSTED: Ms. Elise McGuire, Navy Olmsted Scholar Program Manager, 850-
473-6064, elise.t.mcguire.civ@us.navy.mil. 
 
12. Released by VADM J. W. Hughes, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for 
Warfighting Development (N7). // 
 
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NARR/REF A IS TITLE 10 U.S. CODE SECTION 619, ELIGIBILITY FOR CONSIDERATION 
FOR PROMOTION: TIME-IN-GRADE AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS.
REF B IS TITLE 10 U.S. CODE SECTION 14301, ELIGIBILITY FOR CONSIDERATION FOR 
PROMOTION: GENERAL RULES.  
REF C IS DOD INSTRUCTION 1320.14, COMMISSIONED OFFICER PROMOTION PROGRAM 
PROCEDURES.  
REF D IS LETTER DELEGATING OPT OUT CONSIDERATION FOR PROMOTION TO CNP FROM 
SECNAV.  
REF E IS TITLE 10 U.S. CODE SECTION 611, CONVENING OF SELECTION BOARDS.  
REF F IS TITLE 10 U.S. CODE SECTION 14101, CONVENING OF SELECTION BOARDS.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN provides guidance for Active Component (AC) and 
Training and Administration of the Reserve (TAR) unrestricted line (URL) 
officers to request to defer consideration for a fiscal year (FY) 2024 
promotion selection board (PSB).

2.  References (a) through (c) authorize the Secretary of the Navy
(SECNAV) to approve the request of an officer to defer promotion 
consideration by a PSB convened under references (e) and (f).
Reference (d) delegates approval authority to the Chief of Naval Personnel 
(CNP).  Requests may be approved if all of the following conditions are met:
    a.  The basis for the request is to allow an officer to complete a 
broadening assignment, advanced education, or another assignment of 
significant value to the Department of the Navy and a career progression 
requirement is delayed by the assignment or education.
    b. The exclusion from consideration is in the best interest of the 
Department of the Navy.
    c.  The officer has not previously failed of selection for promotion to 
the grade for which the officer requests the deferral.

3.  Eligible Officers.  All AC and TAR URL officers who are in-zone or above-
zone not previously considered for promotion to Lieutenant Commander, 
Commander, or Captain in FY-24 and meet the requirements in paragraph 2 above 
may submit a request.
    a.  Examples of broadening assignments include, but are not limited to:
        (1) White House Fellowship.
        (2) Secretary of Defense Corporate Fellowship.
        (3) Federal Executive Fellowships (e.g., politico-military and 
cyber).
        (4) SECNAV tours with industry.
    b.  Examples of advanced education include, but are not limited
to:
        (1) Competitive education programs (e.g., Olmsted, Marshall, Rhodes, 
Fleet Scholar).
        (2) In-residence Naval Postgraduate School or Naval War College.
        (3) Equivalent service institutions or in-residence civilian 
education programs.
    c.  Examples of another assignment of significant value include, but are 
not limited to:
        (1) Defense or naval attache.
        (2) The personnel exchange program.

4.  Requests
    a.  Requests shall include:
        (1) A description of the broadening assignment, advanced education, 
assignment of significant value, and career progression requirement delayed 
by the assignment or education.
        (2) Justification for requesting PSB consideration opt-out.
        (3) A recommendation from the commanding officer or equivalent.
    b.  E-mail requests to Bureau of Naval Personnel, Active Community 
Managers (BUPERS-31) (bupers3_optout.fct(at)navy.mil).
    c.  All requests must be received via e-mail no later than 29 July 2022.
    d.  Officers that require deferral for more than one FY must annually 
submit a new request to defer consideration.

5.  Staffing and review.  Officer requests shall be reviewed by a panel of, 
at a minimum, an Officer Community Management Branch
(BUPERS-3) URL community manager (for nuclear trained officers the Officer 
and Enlisted Nuclear Programs Policy Branch (OPNAV N133), shall be included 
on the panel), a Navy Personnel Command Career Management Branch (PERS-4) 
officer detailer and one additional officer, all senior to the officer 
requesting to defer PSB consideration.  The panel will forward its 
recommendation to CNP via the community sponsor of the officer.

6.  URL community sponsor review.  The URL community flag officer sponsor for 
requesting officers shall provide a recommendation concerning all PSB 
deferral requests.  The community sponsor should consider the documented 
performance history of the officer and ability to provide future benefit to 
the Navy.  For disapproval recommendations, the community sponsor shall state 
the reasons for the disapproval recommendation.

7.  Officers will be notified in writing via e-mail of approval or 
disapproval of their request no later than 45 calendar days before the 
proposed convening date of the first FY-24 PSB.

8.  Officers that are approved for PSB deferment, but are subsequently 
determined to be below-zone, will be considered below- zone by the FY-24 PSB.  
Officers selected for promotion in subsequent years after deferring FY-24 PSB 
consideration will be placed into a new promotion year group based on their 
resulting date of rank.  Those officers will be considered by future 
administrative and statutory PSBs with the new promotion year group.  The 
records of officers with approved deferrals of promotion consideration will 
not be identified or made known to any PSB.

9.  For additional details and application procedures and templates, visit 
the MyNavy HR website at:
https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Career-Management/Boards/Active-Duty-
Officer/ and then select Promotion Selection Board Deferment (Opt-
Out) Guidance.  The point of contact for this matter is Mrs.
Kimberly Riddle who can be reached at (901) 874-2369/DSN 882 or via e-mail at 
kimberly.s.riddle.civ(at)us.navy.mil.

10.  This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or until
1 January 2023, whichever occurs first.

11.  Released by Rear Admiral J. P. Waters, Acting N1B.//

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