CONVENING OF THE FY-22 FULL-TIME SUPPORT CAPTAIN SELECTIVE RETENTION BOARD:
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SUBJ/CONVENING OF THE FY-22 FULL-TIME SUPPORT CAPTAIN SELECTIVE RETENTION
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RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the convening of the Fiscal Year
(FY) 2022 Full-Time Support (FTS) Captain Selective Retention
2. The SELRET Board is required to retain FTS captains beyond 3 years time
in grade bringing FTS inventory in line with authorized end strength,
allowing for stable promotion opportunity.
3. The FY22 FTS Captain SELRET Board will convene on 20 September
2021 to consider FTS captains in all competitive categories for retention.
FTS captains who were promoted during FY-20 will be looked at for their first
gate and FTS captains who were promoted during FY-17 will be looked at for
their second gate. In line with reference (a), second gate FTS captains not
selected for retention will retire or be released from Active Duty no later
than 1 September 2022 and first gate FTS captains not selected for retention
will retire or be released from Active Duty no later than
1 September 2023. In either case, FTS officers will be retained on Active
Duty, if necessary, to enable the officer to become eligible for a regular
Active Duty retirement.
4. Amplifying information can be accessed via MyNavy HR website at
The authorized number of selections for retention will be posted as part of
the board convening order after the board adjourns. An example letter to
selection boards is also available on the same website.
5. Point of contact is CDR Mark MacNamara, Selected Reserve/FTS Officer and
Enlisted Community Management (BUPERS 351C), at (901) 874-4346/DSN 882 or via
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. This message will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever comes first.
7. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//