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Retention of junior officers in the surface Navy X

by Thomas Joseph Lopez

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School X in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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  • Management

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    Open LibraryOL24780338M

      A first of its kind survey -- conducted outside of official U.S. Navy channels -- the survey results will provide senior uniformed and civilian leadership with a snapshot of how sailors, both officer and enlisted, perceive their experience while serving the Navy and the nation. The Navy’s Total Accessions of Enlisted Personnel 57 The Quality of the Navy’s Recruits Without Prior Service 58 The Navy’s Spending on Reenlistment and Enlistment Bonuses 59 The Navy’s Recruiting Resources 60 The Active Navy’s Retention of Enlisted Personnel 61 The Navy Reserve’s Attrition Rates

    The board will review the records of selected third class petty officers (E-4) through senior chief petty officers (E-8) in the 31 overmanned ratings with greater than seven but less than 15 years. Elmo Russell "Bud" Zumwalt Jr. (Novem – January 2, ) was a United States Navy officer and the youngest person to serve as Chief of Naval an admiral and later the 19th Chief of Naval Operations, Zumwalt played a major role in United States military history, especially during the Vietnam War.A decorated war veteran, Zumwalt reformed United States Navy personnel.

    The relationship of initial duty assignment and precommission major in college to the decision of junior Navy officers to stay in or leave the Navy was investigated. Surface warfare officers were examined with regard to their involvement in one of the following sources: Naval Academy, NROTC Scholarship Program, Officer Candidate School, NROTC College Program, and the Reserve Officer Candidate. A review of Navy retention data does indicate an overall decline in retention rates between and naval surface warfare. 60 The t h Congress authorized an accession bonus of up to $, for new officers in certain critical skill areas and provided authority to the Retention officers and career counselors will often repeat.


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Retention of junior officers in the surface Navy X by Thomas Joseph Lopez Download PDF EPUB FB2

Navy Reserve officers must be separated on the last day of the month in which they reach age Officer who are eligible for retired pay and benefits at age 60 must receive a waiver to remain in the Navy Reserve until age Certain officers may be retained past age 62 but not later than the date they reach age Continuation Eligibility.

In short, what I endeavor to do here is to clearly identify the thoughts of new ensigns about to enter the surface fleet in an effort to provide a little-heard perspective—and hopefully contribute in a small way to ajunior-officer retention in the surface warfare community was 32 percen.

"Instead of using my skills, the Navy shoehorns me into jobs for which I am not suited, in the interest of "broadening" my career.

Maybe there is a chance to change the Navy, to regain some of the mission, idealism, and excitement, but from a junior officer's view, it doesn't look like things are going to change, and the frustration just is not.

retention problems with its junior officers from to An analysis of data on operational tempo and retention was conducted which revealed no direct correlation between increased optempo and decreased retention. The study focuses on the four sea-going officer communities, Surface Warfare Officers, Aviators, Naval Flight Officers.

retention rate by as much as 10 percentage points. However, this would involve drastically changing the mix of typical sources of entry for officers and is not considered a reasonable solution to the SWO retention problem.

Results of a recent Navy quick poll and interviews of File Size: KB. The first source of data was a survey of active- duty, junior SWOs currently serving aboard ships. The second source of data was a survey of SWOs who are currently drilling in the Naval Reserves. Results of the two surveys were compared to identify differing levels of satisfaction with the active-duty Navy.

Currently, this position in the Navy Reserve is open only to prior-service or currently serving (NAVET) Navy Surface Warfare Officers.

Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as. On the officer side, the Navy is facing the challenge of keeping aviators, nuclear-trained surface warfare officers, submarine officers and Naval Special Warfare officers, specifically among Navy.

The increase in surface warfare officer retention was short-lived, however, while submarine retention remained elevated until mid Likewise, retention for naval pilots reaching their first minimum service requirement was 31% pre-9/11 but rose steadily to 53% by mid before once again beginning to drop off.

A comprehensive test of seamanship skills of junior surface warfare officers found an alarming lack of basic navigation and ship handling knowledge, according to a. Military Introduces Promotion Changes In Attempt To Attract And Keep Better Officers The Pentagon has just been authorized to make changes to its officer.

Contact Navy Recruiting Command for all OCS application information and for specific OCS board dates: Comm: (Help Desk) DSN: Navy Recruiting Command. For NON-OCS information contact: Assistant Surface Warfare Officer Community Manager, BUPERS Comm: DSN: Surface Warfare Officer Community Manager.

The Surface Navy is the backbone of America’s Navy and the most capable surface force in the world. Since 13 Octoberthe men, and then later women, of the Surface Navy have deployed around the globe.

Beginning with the six original wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigates, of which USS Constitution remains, the surface Navy has utilized a myriad of platforms with propulsion from. To this end, Division Officer tours are month split tours designed to provide individuals diversity in their background and experiences.

The first tour will be 24 months with the most important milestones of the initial sea tour being the achievement of the Officer of the Deck (Fleet) and Surface Warfare Officer qualifications. (SECNAVINST) D, Department of the Navy Records Management Program, 31 December and is issued under the authority of SECNAVINST N, Assignment of Responsibilities and Authorities in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy, 9 June This manual replaces SECNAV Manual M, Department of the Navy, Navy Records Management.

The Navy will begin offering large bonuses to senior captains in the submarine community – worth up to $, in some cases – in Fiscal Year to boost retention. WASHINGTON, DC – After months of high-profile deliberation, a US Navy spokesperson has confirmed that the military organization is prepared to issue a public apology to Lieutenant Junior Grade Jeffrey Hurst for wasting the first two years of his professional life.

“We obviously made a big mistake not recognizing Lieutenant Hurst’s potential sooner,” the spokesperson said in a phone. In the internal message, written by Vice Adm. Richard Brown, commander of Naval Surface Force Pacific, the Navy identified concerns with of junior officers.

RESPECTED MENTOR: Responsible for the mentorship, professional development, career advice and guidance for my 20 assigned officers. John led formal and informal training in order to further develop these officers into Department Heads and Commanding Officers.

IN LEADERSHIP: LCDR Smith exhibits leadership of the highest caliber. R Z JUL 70 FM CNO (Z) TO NAVOP UNCLAS //N// RETENTION STUDY GROUPS 1.

NO OTHER PROBLEM CONCERNS ME AS DEEPLY AS REVERSING THE DOWNWARD TREND OF NAVY RETENTION RATES AND I AM COMMITTING MYSELF TO IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF NAVY LIFE IN ALL RESPECTS AND RESTORING THE FUN AND ZEST OF GOING TO SEA.

IN ORDER TO EXPAND THE AVENUES THROUGH WHICH YOUNG OFFICERS. The Military Leadership Diversity Commission of and top Navy leaders have stressed the importance of achieving gender integration in the military, making it one of Navy’s top priorities.

This study examines the promotion and retention rates of Navy officers, focusing on women of various racial/ethnic backgrounds.This People's Navy: The Making of American Sea Power Kenneth J. Hagan: White Jacket Or The World On A Man-of-War(Annotated) Herman Melville: U.S.

Navy A Complete History M. Hill Goodspeed: American Naval History: An Illustrated Chronology of the U.S. Navy. “A properly schooled officer never arrives on a battlefield for the first time, even if he has never actually trod the ground, if that officer has read wisely to acquire the wisdom of those who have experienced war in times past.” By: Lieutenant General Paul K.

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