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MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC MRA MM//
SUBJ/UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY SLATING FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021 (FY21)//
REF/A/MSGID: DOCUMENT/CMC WASHINGTON/YMD: 20140918//
AMPN/REF A IS MCO 1300.8, MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT POLICY//
POC/L. W. MORRIS JR/MAJ/MMOA-1/-/TEL: DSN 278-9277/EMAIL: LARRY.W.MORRIS2@USMC.MIL//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. The assignment of officers to the United States Naval Academy (USNA) requires high caliber individuals for positions that support the accession of junior officers into the Naval service. During the month of Dec 2020, a panel comprised of staff from MMOA and USNA will select officers for assignment to billet vacancies during FY21.
2. Eligibility requirements
2.a. Time on station (TOS). Officers who will complete their prescribed tour, on their current set of orders, NLT 30 Sept 2021 are eligible. If an officer does not meet this requirement, the officer must contact their primary MOS (PMOS) monitor to discuss waiver submission requirements.
2.b. Grade. Officers who are promoted, selected, or in zone for the solicited billet openings are eligible to apply.
2.c. Officers who meet the TOS and grade requirements must also have:
2.c.1. Excellent military appearance.
2.c.2. Consistent first class PFT and CFT.
2.c.3. PMOS credibility with demonstrated military proficiency.
2.c.4. No adverse material.
2.c.5. Career timing that supports a full 36 month tour at USNA.
2.c.6. Recent operational experience.
3. Application process.
3.a. Interested officers must first contact their PMOS monitor for approval to screen on the panel for assignment to USNA.
3.b. Upon receipt of approval to screen by the PMOS monitor, officers are encouraged to visit https:(slash)(slash)www.usna.edu/USMC/index.php to download and submit the USNA staff application. The approval correspondence from the PMOS monitor is a prerequisite for submission of the application. If unable to download the application, contact the USNA POC listed below.
3.c. The deadline for application submission is 20 Nov 2020.
4. Projected FY21 billet vacancies:
4.a. USNA, Annapolis, MD.
4.a.1. 8006, LtCol, Battalion Officer; serve in the Brigade of Midshipmen as the senior officer advisor to a midshipmen battalion. Position requires a post-command LtCol.
4.a.2. 8006, Maj, Staff Director; serve as the Director of the Commandant of Midshipmen’s staff. Intermediate Level School completion preferred.
4.a.3. Four 8006, Capt, Company Officers; serve as an officer advisor to a midshipmen company.
4.a.4. 0102, Capt, Adjutant; serve as Marine Detachment Administration Officer and Assistant to the Senior Marine Corps Representative.
4.a.5. 8006, Capt-Maj, Candidate Guidance Officer; serve as on staff in the U.S. Naval Academy’s Office of Admissions.
4.a.6. 8006, Capt-Maj, Leadership and Ethics Instructor.
4.a.7. 8006, Capt-Maj, Physical Education Instructor; serve as sprint football coach and MCMAP Training Officer while also supporting the physical education mission of the Academy. Collegiate football playing or coaching experience required; MCMAP Black Belt Instructor qualification preferred.
4.a.8. 8006, Capt-Maj, English Instructor; serve as an English Instructor in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division. Masters degree in a related subject preferred.
4.a.9. 8006, Capt-Maj, French Instructor; serve as a Language Instructor in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division. French speaker with an L2+ / R2+ DLPT proficiency and Masters degree in a related subject preferred.
4.a.10. 8006, Capt-Maj, German Instructor; serve as a Language Instructor in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division. German speaker with an L2+ / R2+ DLPT proficiency and Masters degree in a related subject preferred.
4.a.11. Two 8006, Capt-Maj, Economics Instructors; serve as an Economics Instructor in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division. Masters degree in an economics-related field of study required.
4.a.12. 8006, Capt-Maj, Political Science Instructor; serve as a Political Science Instructor in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division. FAO/RAO experience or Masters degree in a related subject preferred.
4.b. Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS), Newport, RI.
4.b.1. 8006, Maj, Executive Officer; serve as the Executive Officer of NAPS.
5. MMOA will release a results MARADMIN after the selection panel concludes.
6. Points of contact:
6.a. MMOA-1 (Ground Officer Assignments)
LtCol G. P. Gordon, Combat Arms LtCols
LtCol A. M. Ingram, CSS LtCols
LtCol R. A. Belt, Information LtCols
Maj J. R. Armstrong, Combat Arms Majs
Maj A. M. Ansley II,CSS Majs
Maj C. M. Calhoun, Information Majs
Maj S. D. Williams, Infantry CoGrd
Capt K. M. Jackson, Combat Arms CoGrd
Capt S. D Ax, CoGrd, 07, 17, 45
Capt J. D. Partin, Intel CoGrd, 02, 44
Capt N. G. Macaluso, CoGrd, 01, 58
Capt R. D. Sahm; Logistics Co Grd, 04
Capt S. C. Bong, Supply CoGrd, 30, 34
6.b. MMOA-2 (Aviation Officer Assignments)
LtCol G. W. Burnett, Aviation LtCols
Maj C. D. Gilliam, Majs FW
Maj R. W. Pallas, Majs RW
Maj F. Peres, Majs Aviation Ground
Capt J. M. Yuhas, Co Grd FW
Capt N. B. Holcombe, Co Grd RW
Capt R. C. Brodarick, Aviation Ground CoGrd
LtCol R. J. Nicka
7. This bulletin is not applicable to the Marine Corps reserve.
8. Release authorized by BGen Michael J. Borgschulte, Director, Manpower Management.//