FY-22 ACTIVE DUTY NAVY NUCLEAR LIMITED DUTY OFFICER IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT SELECTION BOARD RESULTS:
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RMKS/1. Congratulations to selectees of the FY-22 Active Duty Navy Nuclear
Limited Duty Officer (LDO) In-Service Procurement Board.
2. For LDO selectees, read name, commissioning month/year. All appointments
are effective on the first day of the commissioning month. Members are
directed to verify their select status via BUPERS Online.
Limited Duty Officer Ensign
Nuclear Power (620X)
Acker Britany A 1121 Bannister Sandra E 1021
Bartha Michael J 0222 Baumeister Christopher A 0422
Beaird Daniel R 1021 Bellis William R 0722
Bottoms Ethanallen C 1121 Brown Paul J 0822
Cameron Nathaniel R 0722 Campbell Zachary P 1221
Carey Travis D 0922 Carriger Nicholas B 1121
Clough Ian M 0822 Contreras Angel R 0422
Curran Jeffrey E 0322 Deangelo John J III 1221
Escobedoaguilar David 0222 Fairchild Robert L 0922
Free Tanawan L 0322 Fullmer Bruce W 1021
Garver Brandon K 1021 Gerhards Mitchell A 0822
Geronimo James J Jr 1121 Glover Roger S 0822
Gould Michael G 1121 Hanlon Devon T 0922
Henson Thomas C Jr 0922 Hernandez Joey E 1121
Herrin Nicklas A 0422 Jones Isaac D 0222
Jones Kyle J 0322 Kimmel Zachery L 1021
Majcher Patrick T 0722 Marchese Michael J 0222
Martinez Marcos A 0722 Mckinley Richard G 0222
Mitchell Devin E 0822 Nemeskal Adam M 0422
Oakes Timothy C 1221 Perezsalazar Armando E 1221
Rackleff Zachary A 0322 Shelton Justin L 1021
Smith Sean M 0722 Stephens John A Jr 1221
Tossey Aaron J 0922 Vick Samuel W 0722
Williams Jeremy R 1221 Wolbrueck Andrew J 0222
3. Each applicant should take pride in knowing that the superior performance
documented in the evaluations reviewed by the board required the members to
dedicate long hours in making hard choices to ensure only the best and fully
qualified applicants were selected. I am confident that each selectee will
justify their selection time and again in their new career as naval officers.
Those not selected are highly encouraged to seek out a LDO in your area for
advice on ways to grow professionally and improve opportunity for future
selection. Bravo Zulu to all who were willing to answer the call.
4. This message is not authority to issue appointments. Frocking is
prohibited. COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-806) will deliver appointments to MyNavy
Career Center (MNCC) Millington approximately 60 days prior to the
commissioning date. MNCC will forward appointments to the Transaction
Service Center (TSC) Great Lakes, who will distribute directly to the
respective CPPAs. TSC Great Lakes will also process the conversion from
enlisted to officer status for LDOs, for all commands other than those who
have the ability to process their own (CVN, SPECWAR, etc.). TSC Great Lakes
can be contacted directly at the below email address.
5. Commanding Officers are directed to:
a. Notify selectee.
b. Notify PERS-803 via official correspondence not later than 10 days
following release of this message of selectees who do not accept
appointment. Selectees who decline their commission within this 10 day
period will be considered by the FY-22 Enlisted Selection Boards. After the
10 day period, PERS-802 will invalidate all FY-22 Active Duty Navy Nuclear
LDO In-Service Procurement Selection Board selectees eligibility for the FY-
22 Active Duty Enlisted Selection Boards.
c. Per reference (a), ensure LDO selectees obtain a commissioning
physical within 90 days preceding the appointment month. Notify the Nuclear
LDO Detailer (PERS 422B) upon completion.
d. Hold execution of all permanent change of station orders in abeyance,
if applicable, and immediately notify PERS-40 of members selection.
e. Administer official physical fitness assessment (PFA) within 4 months
of commissioning date. Selectees must hand carry test results to Officer
Indoctrination School, Newport, RI. If selectee fails to achieve
satisfactory medium, notify the Nuclear LDO Detailer (PERS 422B). Hold
commissioning in abeyance until successful completion of PFA.
f. Hold appointment in abeyance if it is determined that a selectee is
no longer mentally, physically, morally or professional qualified or if they
fail to meet current PFA requirements. Immediately forward documentation
citing reason to PERS-803.
6. Nuclear LDO selectees who do not successfully complete a final technical
interview will maintain their enlisted status and not be commissioned as
LDOs. Technical interviews will be scheduled by PERS-422B and selectees
notified via separate correspondence.
7. If a LDO selectees enlistment (including any extensions) expires after
the date of appointment, they are not reenlistment eligible unless
appointment is declined.
8. Each selectee should contact the Nuclear LDO Detailer (PERS-422B) for
submission requirements with regard to personal information and history cards
and inform PERS-806 of address changes to facilitate appointment delivery.
9. Points of Contact
a. PERS-422B point of contact for Nuclear LDO In-service Procurement
Board, issues/questions is the Nuclear LDO detailer, LT William Ruthart at
(901) 874-3938/DSN 882 or email email@example.com.
b. PERS-806 point of contact for issuance of oath and commissioning
documents issues/questions is Ms. Shelly Hayes, at (901) 874-4374/DSN 882, or
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
c. MNCC point of contact for distribution of oath and commissioning
documents is email@example.com.
d. TSC Great Lakes point of contact for oath of office distribution and
conversion questions is firstname.lastname@example.org.
10. Released by VADM John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//