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Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
31 MAR 2021

Supply Corps Flag Moves Announced

The acting secretary of the Navy and chief of naval operations announced new assignments for Rear Admiral (lower half) Joseph D. “Doug” Noble, Jr., selected for promotion to Rear Admiral, and Rear Admiral (lower half) Matthew N. Ott III.

Rear Adm. Noble will be assigned as director, logistics operations, Defense Logistics Agency/commander, Joint Regional Combat Support, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Noble is currently serving as commander, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Weapon Systems Support, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

His afloat assignments include supply officer, USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN71); supply officer, USS Ulysses S. Grant (SSBN 631 BLUE); supply officer, USS Charlotte (SSN 766); and stock control officer, USS Independence (CV62).

Previous shore assignments include special assistant, audit readiness, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, (Financial Management and Comptroller), Washington, D.C.; commanding officer, Navy Supply Corps School, Newport, Rhode Island; assistant commander, supply operations and logistics policy, NAVSUP, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; executive officer, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Headquarters, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; chief of strategic programs (J351), DLA, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; commander, DLA support team, Afghanistan; branch head, supply programs and policy, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (N412), Washington, D.C.; distribution division action officer, logistics directorate (J4), Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, D.C.; customer operations department head, Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; career counselor and assistant officer community manager, Office of Supply Corps Personnel, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tennessee; and assistant business officer, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Yokosuka, Japan.

Rear Adm. Ott will be assigned as deputy chief of staff for Fleet Ordnance and Supply/fleet supply officer, N41, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, Norfolk, Virginia. Ott is currently serving as executive director, operational contract support, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, Washington, D.C.

His afloat assignments include supply officer, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76); pre-commissioning and commissioning supply officer, USS Decatur (DDG 73); and aviation support division officer, USS Tarawa (LHA 1). Each of his teams earned multiple Supply Blue "E" Awards for Excellence.

Previous shore assignments include special assistant for audit readiness, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller), Washington, D.C.; chief of staff, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP); commanding officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville; director of Aviation Operations, NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; commanding officer, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Defense Supply Center Philadelphia Pacific Region; aircraft depot repair officer, S-3 Viking lead logistician, P-3 Orion lead logistician and director of Industrial Support Programs, Naval Inventory Control Point Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; aide to the 14th Director, DLA; flag aide to the Commander, NAVSUP and 41st Chief of Supply Corps; and logistics outfitting and grooming officer, Commander, Naval Air Forces U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Ott was one of the first officers on ground in Haiti following January 2010’s 7.0 earthquake, serving as one of the five members of U.S. Southern Command's (SOUTHCOM’s) Logistics Assessment Team. He remained until March 2010 as DLA Support Team’s Operations officer supporting SOUTHCOM, Joint Task Force-Haiti, and the Joint Logistics Command-Haiti in Operation UNIFIED RESPONSE.

Please join me in congratulating RDML Noble and RDML Ott on their new assignments!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
 
Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
16 MAR 2021

FY21 Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial Food Service Award Winners

Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas W. Harker announced the 2021 winners of the Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial Awards for excellence in food service.

The Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial Award represents the highest honor given to U.S. Navy Food Service operations in recognition of food service excellence. The competition challenges culinary teams to consistently demonstrate outstanding sanitation, safety, administration, management, and training while simultaneously delivering high-quality nutritious foods that exceed customer expectations. Our culinary specialists take a tremendous amount of pride in the services they provide and are key contributors to the fleet's health and readiness. Please join me in congratulating all of the outstanding food service teams listed below!

Captain Edward F. Ney Afloat General Messes, representing the Navy's Undersea Enterprise, Surface Warfare Enterprise, and Naval Aviation Enterprise:
(1) Submarine Category Winner: USS Jimmy Carter (SSN 23)
(2) Small-Medium Afloat Category Winner: USS McFaul (DDG 74)
(3) Large Afloat Category Winner: USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)
(4) Aircraft Carrier Category Winner: USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)

Captain Edward F. Ney Ashore General Messes representing Commander, Navy Installations Command:
(1) West Coast General Mess Category Winner: Trident Inn, Naval Base Kitsap, WA
(2) East Coast General Mess Category Winner: Gator Inn, Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek, VA
(3) OCONUS General Mess Category Winner: Ristorante Bella Etna Dining Facility, Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
16 MAR 2021

Supply Corps Internship Programs Spring 2021

Supply Corps internship programs provide junior officers with an exceptional opportunity to gain experience in Supply Corps’ principal competencies, explore functional subspecialties, and engage with seniors, peers, subordinates, mission partners and suppliers. These internship programs provide Supply Corps officers with the knowledge and understanding of our systems, processes and their interconnectivity, and ultimately ensure the expeditious delivery of services and material solutions to the warfighter.

Internship applications are being considered for the following programs: Navy Acquisition Contracting Officer (NACO), Business Enterprise Supply Chain Management (BEM), Petroleum Management (POL), Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP). Please note that officers selected for an NNPP internship are afforded an opportunity to earn a Navy-funded master’s degree and Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certification, while simultaneously gaining highly valued acquisition experience. NNPP interns complete an immediate payback tour supporting the world’s premier nuclear reactor program and will receive priority placement to follow on operational tours. Billet information is available on the MyNavyHR website and on the eSUPPO app.

Warfare qualified officers (O1-O3) with a projected rotation date (PRD) between April 2021 and April 2022 and who either have or will have completed one operational tour are eligible. Application inquiries should be directed to the internship program coordinator via email to the supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil or by phone at 901-874-4273, DSN 882.

Additional information, to include a sample application, is available on the MyNavyHR website. Endorsed applications are due no later than 15 April 2021. Submissions must be sent as a PDF, without Social Security numbers, to supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil. Applicants will receive a confirmation e-mail upon receipt.

By submitting an application, officers agree to complete a 24-month internship and to remain on active duty for an additional tour of duty.

I highly encourage you to contact your mentors to discuss their unique perspectives regarding these opportunities.

P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
09 MAR 2021

FY22 Active Duty LDO/CWO Selection Board Results

It gives me great pleasure to announce the following supply senior enlisted personnel who have been selected for Limited Duty Officer and Chief Warrant Officer by the FY22 In-service Procurement Board. Achieving such a career milestone is a testimony to the dedication and leadership you have demonstrated throughout your career.

You will now be called upon to employ these qualities in more complex and demanding tours, ensuring supremacy in 21st century naval warfare. Continue to lead from the front and keep our fleet strong and ready for sea. Congratulations on your tremendous accomplishments!

Supply Corps LDO - 6510

LSC Jerome I. Balitaan
LS1 Jaycee S. Cauguiran
LSC Marlayna R. Crooms
LSC Mark A. Delahoz
LSC Dumebi J. Erifevieme
LSCS Renardo H. Francis
LSC Andrew D. Schweitzer

Food Service Warrant - 7521

CSCS Kevin M. Brown
CSCS Leah J. G. Caser
CSSCS Kip C. Farrell
CSSC Robert H. Haag Jr.
CSCS Sonny R. Jimenez
CSC Veronica D. Payne
CSCS Christopher B. Roth

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
9 MAR 2021

CY 2022 Training With Industry Program

Training With Industry (TWI) is a 12-month program providing Supply Corps lieutenants and lieutenant commanders with the opportunity to represent the Navy through fellowships within some of the top corporations in the nation. Officers selected for this program will be exposed to executive-level decision making and expand their professional supply chain and logistics education. Leadership will leverage learning and knowledge gained by officers during this tour in order to improve Navy's end-to-end supply chain effectiveness.

Candidates for our TWI programs will be selected by a Flag-led selection board and will receive an observed FITREP from the Chief of Supply Corps. TWI sites may include Starbucks Coffee Company (Seattle, Washington); The Home Depot (Atlanta, Georgia); FedEx (Memphis, Tennessee); and ExxonMobil (Houston, Texas) as well as other industry partners.

All lieutenants and lieutenant commanders (not in zone for promotion) that have completed two operational tours, possess a master's degree (or will graduate in the same calendar year as the board from any regionally accredited postgraduate education program), and have a PRD in 2022, will be considered. Service members pursing a master's degree outside of a Supply Corps funded postgraduate program must submit a letter from their institution's registrar's office documenting the students expected graduation date. Otherwise eligible officers who failed to select during the most recent statutory board for promotion to lieutenant commander or who have a PFA failure within 24 months of the board convening date will not be considered. Additionally, ExxonMobil candidates must possess (or will earn prior to their PRD) a 1307S, 1307R or 1307Q subspecialty code.

This year's board will convene in the spring of 2021. An official letter to the board requesting to be screened for this program is NOT required. However, those officers desiring to submit correspondence to the board must do so no later than 12 April 2021. All correspondence shall be submitted to the career counselor at supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil. Sample letters can be found on the career counselor website:
https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Career-Management/Detailing/Officer/Pers-44-Staff-RL/Supply-Corps-Officer/Sample-Letters/

Upon completion of the tour, officers will be detailed to our most challenging assignments. TWI is a phenomenal opportunity that expands the business perspective and acumen of our most talented officers. Good luck!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
8 MAR 2021

FY22 Command Master Chief and Command Senior Chief Board Results

It gives me great pleasure to announce the following Supply enlisted personnel who have been selected for Command Master Chief or Command Senior Chief by the FY22 Command Senior Enlisted Leader Board.

By your experience, performance, and leadership, you have been advanced to the highest level on the Command triad team - CO, XO, CMC/SEL - the "big three." With this new leadership role comes the responsibility of supporting active communication throughout the Chain of Command, ensuring the highest standards of professionalism are upheld and the input of the crew is heard. I challenge each of you to take this opportunity to provide your Sailors with the mentorship, training, personal and professional development required to succeed in their careers. I look forward to seeing you out on
the deckplates.

Command Master Chief - Active
LSSCM Joseph A Watts USS MISSISSIPPI (SSN 782)
CSSCM Simeon K. Yeboah ARCO (ARDM 5)

Command Senior Chief - Active
CSCS Matthew T. Abel USS BARRY DDG-52
RSCS Carl Christopher USS GERALD R FORD (CVN 78)
LSCS Joselin J. Cruzdelossantos NCTAMS PACW HI
LSCS Marcus Jimenez LCS CREW 212
RSCS Ledezman A. Johnson USS TORTUGA (LSD 46)

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding senior enlisted leaders on their selection.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN
02 MAR 2021

FY22 Supply Corps Postgraduate Education Screen (Board #302)

The Supply Corps Postgraduate Education Board will convene on 28 April 2021. This board will select officers to participate in the following competency-generating programs:

• Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Operations Research - Logistics Analysis (361)
• NPS Acquisition and Contract Management (815)
• NPS Supply Chain Management (819)
• NPS Financial Management (837)
• NPS Logistics IT Management (870)
• Intermediate Service Colleges Planner (JPME I and JPN AQD)
• Naval War College Planner/Maritime Advanced Warfighting School (JPME I and JP1 AQD)
• Supply Acquisition/Distribution Management Civilian Institutions (810)
• University of Kansas Petroleum Management (811)

A master’s degree in a Supply Corps competency is a valued achievement for selection to Commander and beyond. All officers are encouraged to pursue an advanced degree. Detailed information on the various programs can be found in the “It’s Your Education” playbook via the Supply Corps Career Counselor web page. The following outlines the eligibility and screening requirements for each program:

- NPS and Intermediate Service Colleges (Army Command and General Staff College, Marine Corps Command and Staff College, U.S. Naval War College):

Officers in year groups 2013-2015 who meet the below eligibility requirements will be automatically screened for all NPS and intermediate service college military education opportunities. All Board selectees will be considered for an intermediate service college opportunity regardless of preferences on file. Selected officers will be slated to a program in accordance with needs of the Navy, needs of the Supply Corps, and member preferences. Officers desiring selection who do not meet the minimum Academic Profile Code (APC) requirement below should reach out to the Supply Corps Career Counselor to discuss waiver eligibility. Officers declining the opportunity to be screened should notify the Supply Corps Career Counselor via email no later than 18 April 2021.

Officers must meet eligibility requirements listed below to be screened:
  • APC of 345 or better (Officer Data Card (ODC) Block 47)
  • Postgraduate school preferences (ODC Block 94)
  • Completed one operational tour (928 AQD)
  • Warfare qualification (ODC Block 72 / Officer Summary Record (OSR) Special Qualifications)
  • Have not previously declined an opportunity

- Civilian Institutions (810/811):

Officers selected for the 810 Program will receive a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from one of the nation's top business schools and earn the Supply Acquisition/Distribution Management subspecialty code (1301P). Officers selected for the 811 Program will attend the University of Kansas and earn an MBA from the School of Business, a graduate certificate in Petroleum Management from the School of Engineering, and a Petroleum Management subspecialty code (1307P).

All officers in Year Groups 2013-2015 who desire screening must submit a package to the Board President. All packages to the board must be received by 18 April 2021. Eligibility requirements include:
  • Completed one operational tour (928 AQD)
  • Warfare qualification (ODC Block 72 / OSR Special Qualifications)
  • Academic Profile Code (APC) of 345 or better (ODC Block 47)
  • A GMAT or GRE score report

The following must be included in the package to the Board President:
Packages should be uploaded electronically via the Electronic Submission Selection Board Documents (ESSBD) link at BUPERS online AND emailed to the Supply Corps Career Counselor at supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil. Use the following link for additional info on ESSBD: https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/boards/selectionboardsupport/Pages/default2.aspx

If you have any questions please contact the Supply Corps Career Counselor at 901-874-4621/4622 or by email at supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN

Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
1 MAR 2021

Supply Corps Flag Move Announced

The acting secretary of the Navy and chief of naval operations announced that Rear Admiral (lower half) Kenneth W. Epps will be assigned as commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Epps is currently serving as deputy chief of staff for Fleet Ordnance and Supply/Fleet Supply Officer, N41, U.S. Fleet Forces Command Fleet, Norfolk, Virginia.

His served afloat tours on USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63), USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) and USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), and commanded Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center in Pearl Harbor.

Previous shore and staff assignments include assistant professor, the Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy, National Defense University, Washington, D.C.; assistant commander for Operations and Warfare Engagement, NAVSUP, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; chief, Strategy and Readiness Division, Joint Staff (J4); assistant commander for Financial Management and Comptroller, NAVSUP, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; director, Materiel Budgets, Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; action officer, Defense Logistics Agency (J-33); readiness analyst and program objective memorandum development assistant, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (N80), Washington, D.C.; aide and flag lieutenant to the Commander, NAVSUP and Chief of Supply Corps, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; and instructor and educational counselor, Navy Supply Corps School, Athens, Georgia.

Please join me in congratulating RDML Epps on his new assignment!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN

Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
1 MAR 2021

Supply Corps Officer Nominated for Promotion

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III announced that the president has made the nomination for promotion of Captain Kristin Acquavella to the rank of Rear Admiral (lower half).

CAPT Acquavella is currently serving as chief of staff, Logistics Supply Chain Operations, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, N41.

Acquavella is a 1993 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned her commission through the Navy Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program and played on four National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship Women’s Soccer teams. She holds a Master of Science in Management from Naval Postgraduate School, where she specialized in Acquisition and Contract Administration.

Her operational tours include supply officer, Precommissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78); supply officer, USS Vella Gulf (CG 72); material officer and aviation repairable officer, USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70); supply officer, USS Brunswick (ATS-3); and Multi-National Forces Iraq contracting officer, Baghdad, Iraq.

Previous shore assignments include commander, Defense Logistics Agency Indo-Pacific, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; division chief, Joint Staff J4, Washington, D.C.; director, Logistics Readiness Center/Current Readiness and Husbanding Services/Port Visit Management, U.S. Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; deputy force supply officer and carrier strike group readiness officer, Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia; director, F/A-18 Integrated Weapons Team and Common Systems Integrated Weapons Team, Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; special assistant to the Director of Supply Corps Personnel and Career Counselor, Navy Personnel Command, Millington, Tennessee; procurement contracting officer, Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C.; and aviation support division officer, Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily.

Personal decorations include Defense Superior Service Medal (two awards), Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (five awards), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (four awards), Navy Achievement Medal, and various campaign and unit awards. She is a qualified Surface Warfare Supply Corps Officer, Naval Aviation Supply Officer and a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps. She played on the All-Navy Women’s Triathlon Team, All-Navy Women’s Soccer Team and All-Armed Forces Soccer Team. She was the 1997 Commander, Fleet Air Mediterranean Aviation Supply Officer of the Year, a 2002 Vice Admiral Robert F. Batchelder Award winner and the 2006 Elmer B. Staats Young Acquisition Professional Excellence Award winner.

Please join me in congratulating CAPT Acquavella on achieving this significant career milestone!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN

Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
22 FEB 2021

226th Navy Supply Corps Birthday, 23 February

Last year’s 225th birthday was a milestone that involved a yearlong commemoration. One year later, our Navy Supply Corps remains more powerful and vital than ever. The Supply Corps’ history is the story of all those who came before us and each of the more than 3,300 active and Reserve component officers who currently wear the oak leaf and enable our Navy to remain “Ready for Sea.”

Our legacy is one of innovation, versatility, adaptability, and forward thinking. This ability to anticipate change and chart new paths forward continues with Naval Sustainment System-Supply (NSS-Supply). This massive undertaking, led by our Supply Corps, will continue to transform our Navy and move us into the future. Our Navy end-to-end supply chains are strategic platforms and remain as vital to a ready fleet today as they did back in 1795 when Tench Francis, Jr. was charged “to conduct the procuring and providing of all arms, military and naval stores, provisions, clothing, goods, and generally all articles of supply, requisite for the service of the United States.”

As we implement NSS-Supply, we will integrate, orchestrate, and synchronize Navywide supply chains among SYSCOMS, TYCOMS, organic and commercial repair activities and other NSS efforts. Addressing these challenges will require absolute focus, tremendous effort, and effective partnerships with our enlisted supply community and civilians at Naval Supply Systems Command. For Supply Corps officers, this means knowing and understanding our systems, processes and their interconnectivity; and leveraging that knowledge to build strong teams to ensure the expeditious delivery of services and material solutions to the warfighter.

Operational creativity requires knowledge, experience and analytical proficiency. The decisions derived from those sources can only be implemented with trust and confidence at all levels of the chain of command. Be accountable for right and wrong, success and failure. Be honest, trusted and selfless. Accept fiduciary responsibility for personnel, material and fiscal resources. Our Supply Corps integrity and presence must be felt at every level throughout the Navy and Fleet. Naval forces cannot be effective in a combat environment if they are not sustained, and sustainment is not possible without the energy, expertise, creativity, and integrity of Supply Corps officers.

Never forget the paths forged by those before you. Now is the time to recognize and celebrate our heritage and all who have worn the oak leaf. We thank them for their contributions and their wisdom.

We have much to accomplish over the next year and with the support of every Supply Corps officer, Logistics Specialist, Retail Services Specialist, Culinary Specialist, and our employees across the NAVSUP Enterprise, we will continue to move the Supply Corps into the future.

Thank you, and Happy 226th Birthday U.S. Navy Supply Corps!


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN

Flash from the 49th Chief of Supply Corps
19 FEB 2021

FY22 Supply Corps Captain Major Command Ashore and Commander Milestone Boards (#56/#55)

The Supply Corps Captain Major Command Ashore Screen Board (#56) is scheduled to convene on 8 June 2021, and the Supply Corps Commander Milestone Screen Board (#55) is scheduled to convene on 10 June 2021. Board #56 will consider eligible Captains in Promotion Year Group (PYG) 2018 through PYG 2021, and Board #55 will consider eligible Commanders in PYGs 2019 and 2020. Due to the timing of the FY22 FTS promotion boards and subsequent results, the FTS portion of the Major Command Screen Board will be held at a later date this year.

The successful completion of an oral board is mandatory prior to being screened by either board. The oral board is a one-time requirement during a Supply Corps officer's career. Each NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center commanding officer has been designated as the regional lead for coordinating the membership and management of commander oral boards. The NAVSUP Office of Supply Corps Personnel (NAVSUP OP) will coordinate the membership and management of captain oral boards upon request.

Reporting Senior Nomination and Oral Board Recommendation letters must be submitted to NAVSUP OP no later than 01 May 2021. Letters should be emailed to supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil.

Captains and commanders who submit a letter to the board requesting to not be considered for either board will no longer be eligible for future administrative screen boards at that rank. Additionally, officers who do not complete the full qualification process outlined in NAVSUPINST 1412.1B for consideration before their milestone board opportunity will lose future board eligibility at that rank unless a command-endorsed request for exception is submitted and approved by the Chief of Supply Corps.

Review NAVSUPINST 1412.1B for further information. You may address questions to the Supply Corps Career Counselor at supplycorpscareercounselor@navy.mil.


P.G. STAMATOPOULOS
RADM, SC, USN


 


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Recent assignments/promotions:
 

FY21 Captain Edward F. Ney Memorial Food Service Award Winners

FY22 Active Duty LDO/CWO Selection Board Results

FY22 Command Master Chief and Command Senior Chief Board Results