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Making a PCS move from overseas? Your Social Security number and other personal data might be at risk
The government needs to scrub Social Security numbers, passport data and other personally identifiable information of service members and others making international moves before selling data to third parties and putting individuals at risk of identity theft and other problems, according to a coalition of groups representing the interests of those who make international moves. (Read More…)
We are proud to announce NNOA member accomplishments.
Please congratulate the following NNOA Members on their well-deserved selection to the Rank of Lieutenant Colonel, United States Marine Corps.
- Maj NaTasha Everly – Life Member
- Maj Edward Holton – Annual Member
- Maj Veronica Kaltrider – Life Member
Chapter: 29 Palms
- Maj Wynndee Young – Life Member
- Maj Shanelle Porter – Life Member
On Behalf of the NNOA Members
RADM (Ret) Mack C. Gaston, USN passed on 2 December 2018. RADM (Ret) Gaston was a longtime NNOA member and a longtime member of the DCNNOA Chapter and Executive Board. A true trailblazer, outstanding Naval Officer and leader and most importantly an outstanding human being. The loss of this great patriot will be felt to all at NNOA and throughout our nation. The NNOA Executive Board and its members send their heartfelt sympathies and condolences to his family, friends and loved ones!
Rear Admiral Gaston’s Life Story with service details to follow can be found on SNA’s Final Call webpage: http://www.navyhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/RADM-Mack-C-Gaston-Oral-History1.pdf
NNOA Member LCDR Herlena Washington, USN (Ret.) – Induction to Florida Veterans Foundation Hall of Fame
December 4, 2018 – Herlena Washington, USN (Ret.) will be honored by DC Governor into the Florida Veterans Hall of Fame Class of 2018! Congratulations LCDR Herlena Washington.
Event photos will be posted!
The Mentoring Project Core Team would like to open up Round Two of The Mentoring Project 2018/19!
Please submit your dream sheet by TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13TH if you are still interested in participating in the 2018/19 Mentoring Project year. This will be your last chance to submit a Dream Sheet for this year.
In the Mentor Data Base we’ve marked all assigned/unavailable mentors with “YES.” All assigned/ unavailable Mentor/Mentees with YES/YES if they are assigned/unavailable as both. These two categories of assigned mentors will NOT be available in round two they are highlighted in GREY.
Mentor/Mentees assigned with YES-1 are still available to be assigned as a mentor. They were assigned as a mentee but are still available for mentoring. All mentors in GREEN are available for assignment.
1. The link in the form is broken please use the following link to access the data base (Excel Workbook Name: 2018_2018_Bios_Round_Two) https://cg.portal.uscg.mil/communities/Mentoring/Mentor%20Bios/Forms/AllItems.aspx
2. Password: mentoringrocks
3. Open as read only
4. Hit OK for circular reference
5. Do not save workbook
We look forward to receiving your Dream Sheet submissions!
– The Mentoring Project Core Team
CDR Shameen Anthanio-Williams
Office of Deputy Asst Sec of the Navy for Ships
1000 Navy Pentagon, Room 4C712
Washington DC 20350-1000
For questions, please contact CDR Shameen Anthanio-Williams: Shameen.Anthanioemail@example.com
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The Coast Guard Recruiting Command (CGRC) CSPI Program Requests Your Support!: For over 25 years, the College Student Pre-Commissioning Initiate (CSPI) has recruited URM students from predominately Minority Servicing Institutions (MSI) into the officer corps. Today the Coast Guard’s program provides a $ 3,600/month stipend to cover tuition and guaranteed officer-employment for qualified junior and senior college students. The Coast Guard has recently initiated the MSI Partnership Program where flag/SES Executive Champions are assigned to the MSIs listed below. Through the provisions of an approved MOA, these Executive Champions will work with MSI leadership to provide students guaranteed selection to the CSPI program. However aside from direct selection, the CSPI application process is open to all interested students attending MSIs. NNOA BOD and local chapter outreach support will help ensure that CSPI is a success. Please share this information! Details on CSPI can be found at www.GoCoastGuard.com/CSPI
Please contact CDR Stacy Miller @ Stacy.L.Miller@uscg.mil and (cc) the NNOA CG Affiliate CDR Shameen Anthanio-Williams for additional details and contacts.
The next CSPI application deadline is: 11 Jan 2019
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For questions, please contact CDR Shameen Anthanio-Williams, Shameen.Anthaniofirstname.lastname@example.org
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The Navy will christen the newest guided-missile destroyer, the future USS Frank E. Petersen Jr. (DDG 121) Saturday, Oct. 6, during a 10:00 a.m. CDT ceremony at Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi. READ FULL ARTICLE…