GUIDANCE FOR FY-18 FULL SPEED AHEAD 2.0: GOT YOUR 6 TRAINING:
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NARR/REF A IS SECNAVINST 5300.40, DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 21ST CENTURY SAILOR
AND MARINE INITIATIVE. REF B IS NAVADMIN 018/17, GUIDANCE FOR FULL SPEED
AHEAD TRAINING. REF C IS NAVADMIN 066/17, SOCIAL MEDIA CONDUCT.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN provides guidance for Full Speed Ahead 2.0:
Got Your 6 (FSA 2.0) training, a continuation of our efforts in references
(a) and (b), and outlines the requirements for completion and documentation.
FSA 2.0 will be completed by all Active and Reserve Navy personnel in 2018.
2. Background. FSA 2.0: Got Your 6 continues the conversation on key
themes from our 2017 Full Speed Ahead training and further reinforces
expectations for appropriate social media conduct as outlined in reference
(c). As with its predecessors in FY-15, FY-16 and FY-17, FSA 2.0 blends
scenario-based videos with small group discussions led by qualified command
facilitators (CF). The training will challenge each Sailor to honestly
assess personal, interpersonal, and social media character and conduct. This
assessment allows and encourages Sailors to identify specific opportunities
for individual and organizational growth and betterment. FSA 2.0 encourages
critical thinking, compels respectful and collaborative discussion, promotes
concept application, inspires adherence to the Navy Core Values, and
champions a more complete integration of the core attributes and signature
behaviors of the Navy. It also supports the enhancement of resilience and
3. CF Selection and Training. FSA 2.0 will be delivered by a certified CF
selected by individual commands. CFs shall be certified no later than 31
March 2018. Those personnel who were certified as CFs for Bystander
Intervention to the Fleet (BI2F- FY15), Chart the Course (CTC-FY16) or FSA
(FY-17) are automatically certified to teach FSA 2.0. No additional or re-
training is required. Additional CFs may be certified using the FSA 2.0
distance learning (DL) course outlined below. Unlike previous years, there
will be no in-person CF certification training. There are no specified
paygrade requirements for CFs, however, CFs should be exemplary and dynamic
command members who have the ability to actively engage Sailors while
delivering the FSA 2.0 course materials.
a. CF DL Course. New CFs may be certified using the approved DL course
on the FSA milsuite site at www.milsuite.mil/book/groups/navy-fsa-20. The
FSA 2.0 DL course will be active no later than 31 December 2017. CF
certification for those completing the DL course will be documented by the
FSA Task Force (TF) in the Fleet Training Management Planning System (FLTMPS)
within 1-2 weeks of course completion as outlined in paragraph 3.b.
The course title NETC-FSA 2.0-CF CERT will appear in the individual member
b. CF Documentation and Verification. Commands may run a report of
their qualified CFs using the NAVADMIN completions report for the course
title NETC-FSA 2.0-CF-CERT in the FLTMPS. This completion report will
reflect all CFs certified in FY-15, FY-16, and FY-17 under the prior courses
CPPD-BI2F-CF-CERT, NETC-CTC-CF- CERT, or NETC-FSA-CF-CERT, as well as new CFs
certified in FY18 via FSA 2.0 DL training.
4. Training Delivery. FSA 2.0: Got Your 6 will be delivered as small
group, face-to-face (F2F) discussions led by a single certified CF. FSA
training sessions should normally include no more than 30 personnel in order
to maximize the advantage of the small group experience. Additionally, the
groups should include members of mixed paygrades to encourage open, frank
dialogue up and down the chain of command.
a. Organic Command Units. Because FSA 2.0 encourages Sailors to take
responsibility for their contributions to Navy culture and to re-commit to
themselves and each other (Got Your 6), the course is designed to be
conducted in organic units within the command structure. Examples include
individual workcenters, divisions, watch teams, or departments. Commanding
officers shall determine the training groups within their command and may
establish other groupings based on command demographics or as desired.
b. Training Audience. FSA 2.0: Got Your 6 training is required for
uniformed Navy personnel. Civilians or other service personnel assigned at
Navy commands are encouraged to attend in accordance with their mission
requirements and command direction.
c. Training Materials. FSA 2.0: Got Your 6 training materials (videos,
Facilitator Guide, and supporting material) are available for download at the
FSA milsuite site at:
www.milsuite.mil/book/groups/navy-fsa-20. Commands may also request mailed
copies of the training materials by contacting the FSA TF at
email@example.com or via the points of contact below. FSA 2.0 training
material will not be modified by subordinate commands and may only be
delivered by certified CFs.
5. Documentation. Commands may document completion of FSA 2.0 training
using FLTMPS or other local methods. Use the report group:
FULL SPEED AHEAD 2.0 and course title: NETC-FSA Full Speed Ahead
2.0 Unit Level Training to record training via the FLTMPS Learning Event
6. Action Required.
a. All commands shall deliver FSA 2.0 training to their commands in CF-
led small group sessions using approved training products no later than 30
September 2018 for Active and Reserve component personnel and document FSA
2.0 completion as directed in paragraph 5 of this NAVADMIN for all uniformed
b. Joint commands shall ensure the Navy element commander executes FSA
2.0 training for all assigned Navy personnel as directed in this NAVADMIN.
7. Persistent Engagement. This is not one and done training.
Behavior change takes practice. All commands are encouraged to take
ownership of this training by assessing the learning and understanding of the
topics discussed by your Sailors and by making this training a part of your
day-to-day conversations. The measure of success of this training will be
the extent to which you engage with your Sailors up and down the chain of
command, and your Sailors continue the conversation amongst their peers about
making good decisions, appropriate use of social media, and treating everyone
with dignity and respect.
8. Points of contact are CAPT Heath Marcus, FSA TF Chief of Staff, who can
be reached at (757) 492-5640/DSN 492 or via e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org and LCDR Barry Shumate, FSA TF Deputy Chief of
Staff, who can be reached at (757) 492-5629/DSN 492 or via e-mail at
9. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//