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US Navy Reserve

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Chief of Navy Reserve Commander, Navy Reserve Force
Vice Adm. Robin Braun

Rear Adm. Eric Young Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command ​
Rear Adm. Eric Young

Command Sergeant Major of the Army Reserve
Rear Adm. W. Michael Crane Commander, Naval Air Force Reserve Deputy Commander, Naval Air Forces

 

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Navy Recruiting Command needs its best and brightest to find and recruit to the newest generation of Future Sailors! Recruiters come from all different backgrounds, including those who are on Recruiter Recall. The Recruiter Recall Program is a temporary recall program for Navy Reservists, including the IRR, to accept active duty orders as a production recruiter to execute the Navy recruiting mission at one of DOZENS of duty stations across the United States.
In addition to the typical full pay and benefits of active duty orders (e.g., 30-days of paid leave per year, USERRA protection to keep your civilian job, comprehensive medical and dental benefits for you and your family, etc), enlisted personnel are also eligible to receive Special Duty Assignment Pay (SDAP) in the amount of $450 per month, once NEC 803R is issued!
Interested? Please contact your local recruiting district to learn more!

Effective immediately, all Reservists using Outlook Web Access (OWA) via personal computers must modify their security settings. Enable Transport Level Security (TLS) 1.2 before accessing OWA from ANY domain. Visit https://www.homeport.navy.mil/cms/preview/21093 for detailed instructions.

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Attention SELRES Officers! Are you interested in accelerating your Navy career in the Full-Time Support (FTS) Community? The next FTS board is scheduled for this Fall! Check out the FTS redesignation page to see if you’re eligible and how to apply.

https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/officer/communitymanagers/reserve/fts/Pages/FTSRedesignationBoard.aspx

Congratulations, Ms. Tuazon. What a wonderful accomplishment.

Last week the U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard hosted a tour of their training center for spouses of newly selected Reserve Rear Admirals at Joint Base Anacostia Bolling in Washington D.C.. The tour was part of an annual symposium for the new flag officers and spouses, designed to welcome them into the wardroom and provide training as they begin their new role as senior military leaders.

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To fill Active Component (AC) community needs, enlisted sailors may be directly accessed from the Reserve Component (RC). This not only leverages existing skill sets that reside in the RC population to improve and maintain AC community health, but also provides qualified sailors with an opportunity to resume or begin a career in the AC.
Applications for augmentation must be completed in Career Waypoint (C-WAY). Certain ratings have additional job requirements. Documentation proving that the applicant meets those requirements must be sent to RC_to_AC@Navy.mil via encrypted email for an application for augmentation to be complete. Quotas for the program are updated monthly.

Way to go NOSC Fargo!

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When was the last time you checked your service record? Sailors should often be logging onto BUPERS Online to ensure their record is up-to-date! Don’t wait until the last minute or rely on someone else to ensure your record is accurate for upcoming boards.

Ens commisions 63 year old father into the medical Reserve community aboard the USS Ramage. How cool is that?

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MARIETTA, Georgia (July 15, 2018) Vice Adm. Luke McCollum, Chief of Navy Reserve, and Reserve Force Master Chief Christopher Kotz visit NOSC Atlanta and hold an All Hands Call with SELRES and FTS Sailors during during their drill weekend.

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PENSACOLA, Florida (July 14, 2018) Vice Adm. Luke McCollum, Chief of NavyReserve, visits with Reserve Sailors at NOSC Pensacola.

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Did you recently lateral transfer or redesignate into the Human Resources community? If not, have you completed the HR Introductory Course (HRIC)? The next HRIC is taking place later this month with applications nearing soon! Please contact the HRCOE to learn more. Do not miss out on this great opportunity!

CNO and CNP are LIVE for an All-Hands Call. http://ow.ly/u7ym30kRWj2

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Join CNO and CNP as they go LIVE for an All-Hands Call, July 10 at 1700.

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JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Maryland (July 9, 2018) Vice Adm. Luke McCollum, Chief of Navy Reserve, address senior Full Time Support (FTS) leaders at their annual Captains Conference.

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Fourth of July is a time to celebrate America with friends, family and loved ones. Please ensure this summer holiday is a safe one. The Naval Safety Center has tips and resources to ensure your holiday is both safe and fun!

http://ow.ly/WnYF30kL91e

Planning for your family's retirement should be a joint-discussion: spouse and service member. If the service member isn't planning to make the military a career, BRS might be a good option. But, if you're further along in your career, then the High-3 Legacy retirement may be the best for you. Either way, talk about it and make a plan that fits your family's financial plan.

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Attention SELRES Officers! Are you interested in accelerating your Navy career in the Full-Time Support (FTS) Community? The next FTS board is scheduled for this Fall! Check out the FTS redesignation page to see if you’re eligible and how to apply.

https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/officer/communitymanagers/reserve/fts/Pages/FTSRedesignationBoard.aspx

A high speed civilian career for a Navy Reserve Sailor.

If you're not planning to make the military a career, that's a-ok. But you still need to ensure you're planning for your financial future and BRS could be the right choice, but be sure to make a decision because you have only until Dec. 31, 2018 to opt-in.

SAN DIEGO, California (June 23, 2018) Vice Adm. Luke McCollum, Chief of Navy Reserve and Reserve Force Master Chief Christopher Kotz receive a brief on California’s ESGR Navy Ambassador Program during their Annual Planning and Awards Meeting.

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