NOTICE OF CONVENING FY-17 ASSISTANT JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL (CIVIL LAW) AND ASSISTANT JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE NAVY SELECTION BOARD:
R 261609Z FEB 16
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/FEB//
SUBJ/NOTICE OF CONVENING FY-17 ASSISTANT JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL (CIVIL LAW)
AND ASSISTANT JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE NAVY SELECTION BOARD//
AMPN/REF A IS MILPERSMAN 1420-010//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the notice of convening date for subject
selection board as 30 March 2016. The following list indicates the eligible
Captain's name, active-duty list number, and date of rank of the senior and
junior officers on the active-duty list in the competitive category of Navy
Judge Advocate General's Corps, who are eligible for consideration as of the
date of this NAVADMIN.
Sr Eligible Waits, J. 010496-50 1 JUN 05
Jr Eligible Costello IV, T. 012543-00 1 OCT 12
2. Only eligible officers may communicate directly with a selection board.
Correspondence must arrive NLT than the day before the convening date of the
board and shall be addressed to: President, FY-17 Active-Duty Assistant
Judge Advocate General (Civil Law) and Assistant Judge Advocate General of
the Navy Selection Board #109. To check on receipt of your package, go to
npc/boards/activedutyofficer/Pages/default.aspx and enter the Customer
Service Center link (check on your letter to the board) or contact the
Customer Service Center at (866) 827-5672. Written communication may call to
the attention of the board any matter concerning himself/herself that the
officer considers important. The written communication must be in accordance
with reference (a) MILPERSMAN 1420-010 and may include, as enclosures,
correspondence from any individual concerning the eligible officer.
Correspondence not originated by the eligible officer, including endorsements
to the officer's letter, and letters written on behalf of that officer, must
contain a written acknowledgement by the eligible officer that he or she
desires that such correspondence be presented to the board. Correspondence
without such acknowledgment is considered third-party correspondence and will
be returned. Classified correspondence will not be accepted.
3. The email@example.com mailbox account is capable of receiving
encrypted correspondence IAW DoD policy. If you are sending your board
package from a non-NMCI network (BUMED.mil, USMC.mil, etc.), please visit
https://dod411.gds.disa.mil to download the required mailbox certificate. To
download the "Cert" (please note, you MUST be using MS Outlook with a CAC
reader, including "ActivClient" software and have Internet Explorer or
Netscape 7), go to https://dod411.gds.disa.mil, type firstname.lastname@example.org
in the "E-Mail address" field, then click "Search." Click the "CSC" link
under "Last Name." Click on the link "Download Certificate(s) as vCard."
Click "Software Certificate for CSCSELBOARD@NAVY.MIL. Click the "Open"
button for the File Download pop up. The certificate will then open. Click
"Save and Close." The certificate is then saved to the profile and can be
used to send your encrypted e-mail.
4. Eligible officers not wanting to be considered by this board may submit a
request indicating the desire that his or her record not be considered.
Officers submitting requests not to be considered will not be eligible and
their records will not be presented to the board for consideration.
5. The following officers are not eligible and their records will not be
presented to the board for consideration: any officer who has an approved
voluntary separation/retirement request, submitted by the officer and not
required by policy, as of the convening date of the board; or who was
recommended by a previous selection board for appointment as Assistant Judge
Advocate General of the Navy.
6. Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//