FALL FISCAL YEAR 2024 TRAINING AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE RESERVE OFFICER TRANSFER AND REDESIGNATION BOARD:
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NARR/REF A IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1001-020, FULL TIME SUPPORT (FTS) OF THE
NAVY RESERVE OFFICER PROGRAM.
REF B IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1301-213, OFFICER SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS - RESERVE
FLEET LOGISTICS SUPPORT SQUADRON (VR).
REF C IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1321-100, ORDERS FOR OFFICER SPECIAL PROGRAMS.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the convening of the Fall Fiscal Year (FY)
2024 Training and Administration of the Reserve (TAR) Officer Transfer and
Redesignation Board on 13 November 2023. Applications from qualified Active
Component (AC) and Selected Reserve (SELRES) officers will be considered by
this board. In line with reference (a), this board will also accept
applications from TAR officers requesting redesignation into another TAR
2. Applicants can find requirements and procedures via the MyNavy HR Portal
applications with associated enclosures must be received no later than 2359
Central Standard Time on 29 September 2023. Letters to the board must be
received no later than 2359 Central Standard Time on 2 November 2023.
a. All applicants must meet eligibility requirements outlined in
references (a) and (b), in addition to the Fall FY-24 TAR eligibility
criteria document and the following:
(1) Projected Rotation Date (PRD). Applicants should have a
PRD no later than 31 May 2025. Waiver requests must be endorsed by the
applicant's commanding officer on the command endorsement.
(2) Minimum Service Requirement (MSR). AC applicants should have
completed their MSR prior to 31 May 2025. Waiver requests (no additional
documentation required by the applicant) will be considered on a case-by-case
basis by the applicant's AC Officer Community Manager (OCM).
(3) Year Group. All AC applicants are subject to AC OCM manning
needs. All applicants are subject to TAR OCM manning needs.
No action is required by the applicants.
(4) Aviation Bonus (AvB). Aviation officers with obligated service
as a result of AvB are eligible to apply if the officer will be within 12
months of completing AvB obligation or department head tour at the time the
board convenes. Redesignation immediately following a department head tour
may result in cancellation of AvB, which will be adjudicated by Aviation
Officer Assignments (PERS-43).
(5) Failure of Selection (FOS). AC officers in a 2x FOS status for
promotion to lieutenant commander are eligible to apply for TAR regardless of
MSR and AvB contract term, a waiver request is not required. SELRES officers
seeking transfer/redesignation to an existing TAR community in a 3x FOS
status in the following communities are considered on a case-by-case
basis: Information Professional (IP, Intelligence (Intel), Cryptologic
Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG), Public Affairs Officer (PAO), Chaplain
Corps (CHC), Medical Corps (MC), Dental Corps (DC), Medical Service Corps
(MSC), Nurse Corps (NC), Oceanography (Oceano), Supply Corps (SC),
Unrestricted Line (URL), and Human Resources (HR).
SELRES in those communities with four or more FOS are not eligible.
SELRES officers in all other communities in a 2x FOS status are considered on
a case-by-case basis. SELRES officers in all other communities with three or
more FOS are not eligible.
b. All AC applications will be routed by the TAR OCM through the
applicable AC OCM for community release prior to applications being sent to
the board. Applicants not released by the AC OCM will not be eligible for
the board. AC officers with a resignation submitted in the Navy Standard
Integrated Personnel System and in routing at Navy Personnel Command or
lieutenants in a 2x FOS status are eligible to apply and do not require AC
c. Limited duty officers who possess a four year baccalaureate degree
are eligible to apply for the TAR program. Chief warrant officers are not
eligible to apply.
4. Officers applying for multiple aviation platforms will be selected based
on qualifications and Navy mission requirements.
5. In addition to the TAR communities applied for, applicants may be
considered for selection by the TAR community associated with the applicants
current designator, if an equivalent TAR community exists (i.e. 1520 may be
considered for 1527, even if the applicant does not list 1527).
6. This board will consider applications to transfer to the Permanent
Professional Recruiter (PPR) Officer TAR community, with designator
1287. Additional information on the PPR designation can be found on the
7. Officers applying to PPR note that promotions are limited to lieutenant
commander. As such, applicants should be able to complete 20 years of
qualifying Active Duty service for retirement purposes within 24 years of
8. Officers will incur a three year TAR obligation, if selected. All TAR
obligations will begin on the date they redesignate as a TAR officer, unless
otherwise stated in reference (c).
9. Upon approval of the board proceedings, the results of the board will be
posted on the TAR redesignation board website. Applicants can expect to see
the results posted within 30 days of board adjournment. Within two weeks of
the board results being posted, selectees will receive an acceptance package
and will have 10 days upon receipt to accept or decline TAR transfer or
10. Points of contact:
a. LCDR Sidney E. Larson, Director of Affiliation and Redesignation
(PERS-92), (901) 874-4512/DSN 882 or email@example.com.
b. PS1 Paula Ross (PERS-92), (901) 874-4599/DSN 882 or at
11. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever occurs first.
12. Released by Rear Admiral James P. Waters, N13.//