SELECTION OF APPLICANTS FOR THE FY12 SEAMAN TO ADMIRAL-21/STA-21 COMMISSIONING PROGRAM

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SUBJ/SELECTION OF APPLICANTS FOR THE FY12 SEAMAN TO ADMIRAL-21/STA-21 
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AMPN/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1420.1B AND PROVIDES STA-21 APPLICATION GUIDELINES AND 
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RMKS/1.  CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THOSE SELECTED FOR THE FY12 SEAMAN TO
ADMIRAL-21 PROGRAM.  STA-21 IS THE PREMIER COMMISSIONING SOURCE PROVIDING THE 
HIGHEST LEVELS OF EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR OUR SAILORS.  THESE 
HIGHLY MOTIVATED MEN AND WOMEN WILL BE AMONG THE LEADERS OF OUR NAVY WELL INTO 
THE 21ST CENTURY.  OVER 600 HIGHLY COMPETITIVE APPLICATIONS WERE RECEIVED FROM 
WELL-QUALIFIED AND DESERVING SAILORS MAKING THIS YEAR'S APPLICATION SELECTION 
A DIFFICULT TASK.  ALL THOSE WHO APPLIED SHOULD BE VERY PROUD OF THEIR 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CONTINUE THEIR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE TO ENSURE 
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND INCREASE THEIR CHANCE OF SELECTION IN A FUTURE BOARD.

2.  SELECTEES ARE (READ NAME, RATE, AND OPTION ASSIGNED):
BARTLETT, REBECCA L      HM1    NURSE
BEEMILLER, SARAH E       AG1    OCEANOGRAPHY
BERLIN, TIMOTHY B        EM3    NUCLEAR
BLACKSTON, JUSTIN E      AWF1   NFO
BRIGHAM, KATHLEEN L      IT2    SWO/IP
BROADHEAD, JESSICA M     GM3    SWO
BRUSCATO, LISA M         AD2    NURSE
BYLSMA, CHAD J           MM1    PILOT
CARDONA, RAUL E          RP1    NURSE
CEDERGEN, ERIK J         ET3    NUCLEAR
CHALLINOR, QUINN C       AG2    HR
COHEN, MICHAEL L         CTM2   SWO
COLEMAN, COREY A         SO1    CORE
DELGADO, JOSE L          HTC    INTEL
DELP, DREW D             EODC   EOD
DESOUSA, WILLIAM P       YN2    HR
DODGE, JAMIESON B        MM3    NUCLEAR
DONOVAN, JOHN F          ET3    NUCLEAR
FALTER, ANTHONY J        MM3    NUCLEAR
GRAHAM, DOMINIQUE C      EM3    NUCLEAR
GRANT, DONNELL J         EM3    NUCLEAR
GRAY, ASHLEY N           ET3    NUCLEAR
HAYDON, SHANE A          ET2    NUCLEAR
HENDRICKSON, BRADLEY R   FN     NUCLEAR
HILL, KEVIN J            MM2    SWO
HODGKINS, CHARLES L      MM2    SWO/ED
INGRAM, JONATHAN R       AE2    PILOT
ISGAR, ANTHONY S         EM3    NUCLEAR
JACOBS, BENJAMIN J       SOC    MED CORP
JOHNSON, BRADLEY D       ISC    NFO
JOHNSTON, JUSTIN M       MM1    NUCLEAR
JOSEPH, JASMINE R        EM3    NUCLEAR
KARCZEWSKI, JEREMIAH J   ET3    NUCLEAR
KAUFFOLD, PATRICK M      ET3    NUCLEAR
KAVANAGH, SHAWN R        ET1    NUCLEAR
KOLLER, RYAN A           EM1    CORE
LILLYBLAD, JOHN M        FC1    NFO
LONG, SAMUEL K           MM3    NUCLEAR
LOPEZ, FABIAN A          MM3    NUCLEAR
MAGNO, DAVID M           ET3    NUCLEAR
MARTIN, KENNETH D        AWS2   NFO
MATTSON, STEFFANY M      HM2    NURSE
MCCARREN, LAWRENCE C     ET3    NUCLEAR
MCCLURG, ZACHARY S       MM3    NUCLEAR
MENDEZ, CARLOS E         SO1    MED CORP
METZ, LUKE C             AD2    PILOT
MILLER, RODNEY A         ET3    NUCLEAR
MINER, JOSHUA M          ET1    SWO/OCEANO
OMMANNEY, TABRIZ A       AWS1   CEC
PATCHEN, WILLIAM P       AT3    PILOT
PETERSON, JAMES R        AT2    PILOT
POWERS, ANDREW K         EM3    NUCLEAR
QUICK, BRYANT A          MM3    NUCLEAR
RATTLER, ERIC D          YN2    SWO/OCEANO
RICCA, BRANDON J         ET2    NUCLEAR
RUMANN, BRADLEY D        MM3    NUCLEAR
RUMSEY, CHRISTOPHER S    ET3    NUCLEAR
RYKER, STEPHEN J         EM3    NUCLEAR
SERRANO, FABIAN A        AT2    PILOT
SHEA, JASON A            EM1    NUCLEAR
SHIMIZU, ALEXANDER K     EM3    NUCLEAR
SHRAMEK, ADAM R          AWO1   PILOT
SLAPPY, JOHN E           YN2    IW
SMITH, STEVEN B          MM3    NUCLEAR
STEVENSON, TIMOTHY H     MMC    SWO/ED
SUNDA, WILLIAM R         QM2    SWO
THOMPSON, SPENCER H      SN     NUCLEAR
THOMPSON, STEPHANIE V    LS1    SUPPLY
TRIPPE, STEPHEN F        FN     NUCLEAR
VANDENPLAS, JAMES T      ET2    NUCLEAR
WHETHAM, TODD A          SO1    SPECWAR
WHITE, RICHARD C         AM2    PILOT
WICKHAM, JAMES T         FC1    SWO/ED
WILSON, BRYSON E         MM2    NUCLEAR
WYATT, ABIGALE M         CTI2   CORE

3.  THE FOLLOWING PERSONNEL WERE DESIGNATED AS ALTERNATES (READ NAME, RATE, 
AND OPTION ASSIGNED):
BOBRUK, JOHN A            OS2    ORE
BROWN, CHRISTOPHER M      EN1    SWO/ED
BURGER, JESSICA A         AM2    PILOT
CHRISTOPHER, FIDEL E      IT1    CORE
CLAYTON, AARON K          AWF2   PILOT
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DELGADO, KEITH D          AM2    MED CORP
DONNELLY, MATTHEW J       AM2    NFO
DYE, TIMOTHY D            DC1    NURSE
FURTAK, ARIC J            MM3    NUCLEAR
GREGORY, JONATHAN A       STS1   OCEANOGRAPHY
HALLISSY, CHRISTOPHER M   CTT1   SWO
HAWN, KRISTINE M          EOD1   EOD
HUNDALL, ALAN K           OS2    CORE
KEMPF, CASEY A            IT2    SWO/IP
KIMBERL, WILLIAM C        HT2    CORE
KING, KEVIN M             AD2    PILOT
LONG, KRYSTLE M           IS1    NURSE
MARTELL, GEORGE F         ET1    CORE
MCKEEVER, LYNA            IT2    CORE
MILLER, JENNIFER L        FC2    CORE
MURPHY, JOHN R            AD2    PILOT
MURPHY, NATHANIEL S       MM1    CORE
OJEDA, TONY A             EM3    SWO
PERSAUD, LEON J           IS1    CORE
POWELL, ADAM W            HT1    CORE
QUALLS, TIMOTHY C         SN     NUCLEAR
RAMSEY, JEFFREY L         CTT2   IW
REICKS, JONATHAN E        CS1    SUPPLY
RENDON, MIGUEL A          NC1    HR
RILEY, APRIL M            STG2   CORE
RISTER, DAVID S           IS1    INTEL
ROY, KYLE D               SO1    SPECWAR
SMITH, BRIAN C            YN1    CORE
SNYDER, VICTORIA L        IS1    CORE
STEVENSON, GEORGE T       AT1    CEC
STEWART, IAN P            AE2    NFO
WANDTKE, AMBER R          OS2    CORE
ZEHNER, KATHERINE C       IS2    CORE

4.  SELECTIONS ARE CONDITIONAL UPON THE SELECTEE REMAINING FULLY ELIGIBLE IN 
ALL RESPECTS, MEETING PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR COMMISSIONING AS DETERMINED 
BY BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY (BUMED-25), AND ASSIGNMENT BY NAVAL SERVICE 
TRAINING COMMAND (NSTC)  TO AN APPROVED NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 
(NROTC)  AFFILIATED UNIVERSITY BASED UPON AN OFFICIAL DEGREE PLAN AND  
ACCEPTANCE LETTER FROM THE UNIVERSITY.  UPON COMPLETION OF AN NSTC APPROVED 
BACCALAUREATE DEGREE PROGRAM, SELECTEES WILL RECEIVE APPOINTMENTS AS ENSIGNS 
IN THE U.S. NAVY.

5.  COMMANDING OFFICERS SHOULD TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS:
    A.  NOTIFY SELECTEES AND ALTERNATES OF THEIR SELECTION AND ENSURE THEY 
RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS MESSAGE.
    B.  NOTIFY NSTC (OD2/STA-21) AND NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND (PERS-4801G)VIA 
MESSAGE NLT 10 NOV 11 OF ANY SELECTEE OR ALTERNATE  WHO DOES NOT DESIRE TO 
PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM.
    C.  IMMEDIATELY REPORT, BY MESSAGE, TO NSTC (OD2/STA-21) ALL 
CONDITIONS/CIRCUMSTANCES THAT MAY DISQUALIFY A SELECTEE OR ALTERNATE FROM 
PARTICIPATING IN THE STA-21 PROGRAM.

6.  SELECTEE AND ALTERNATES SHOULD TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS:
    A.  COMPLETE A PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FOR A TRAINING PROGRAM LEADING TO A 
COMMISSION IN THE UNRESTRICTED LINE, NURSE CORPS, HUMAN RESOURCE, CIVIL 
ENGINEERING CORPS, SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (INTELLIGENCE), SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER 
(INFORMATION WARFARE), SUPPLY CORPS, SPECIAL DUTY OFFICER (OCEANOGRAPHY), OR 
MEDICAL CORPS AS APPLICABLE (IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 15 OF THE MANUAL FOR 
THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT) AT A MILITARY TREATMENT FACILITY (MTF).  NOTE THAT 
MANY COMMISSIONING STANDARDS EXCEED THE ENLISTED STANDARDS REQUIRED TO REMAIN 
ON ACTIVE DUTY.
    B.  ENSURE COPIES OF COMPLETED PHYSICALS (FORMS DD FORM 2807-1 AND DD FORM 
2808), INCLUDING HIV RESULTS FROM A TEST TAKEN AFTER
1 JANUARY 2011, ARE SUBMITTED TO NAVAL SERVICE TRAINING COMMAND,
ATTN: OD2/STA-21, 250 DALLAS STREET, SUITE A, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
32508-5268 NLT 1 DECEMBER 2011.  AVIATION OPTION SELECTEES/ALTERNATES MUST 
SUBMIT PHYSICALS FORMS SF 507, OPNAV 3710/37A, EKG PRINTOUT AND HIV RESULTS 
FROM A TEST TAKEN AFTER 1 JANUARY 2011.  ALL REQUIRED PHYSICAL FORMS CAN BE 
DOWNLOADED FROM THE STA-21 HOMEPAGE AT HTTP://WWW.STA-21.NAVY.MIL.  COMMANDS 
SHOULD NOT FORWARD PHYSICAL FORMS DIRECTLY TO BUMED.
    C.  SEND ACCEPTANCE LETTERS FROM UP TO THREE NROTC HOST OR NROTC CROSS-
TOWN AFFILIATED UNIVERSITIES TO THE NSTC ADDRESS LISTED ABOVE.
APPLICATION TO MORE THAN ONE UNIVERSITY IS ADVISABLE SINCE ONLY A LIMITED 
NUMBER OF SELECTEES WILL BE PLACED AT EACH NROTC UNIT.
 SELECTEES WILL BE NOTIFIED BY SEPCOR, WITHIN 30 DAYS.  THEY WILL BEGIN THE 
STA-21 PROGRAM WITH ATTENDANCE AT NAVAL SCIENCE INSTITUTE (NSI), NLT 19 
FEBRUARY 2012.
    D.  SEND AN OFFICIAL DEGREE PLAN FROM AN NROTC HOST OR NROTC CROSS-TOWN 
AFFILIATED UNIVERSITY WHERE THEY HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED. SINCE DEGREE PLANS MUST 
COVER THE TIME ACTUALLY ATTENDING COLLEGE AND SELECTEES WILL BEGIN 
PARTICIPATION IN THE STA-21 PROGRAM AT DIFFERENT TIMES, DEGREE PLANS SHOULD 
NOT BE PURSUED UNTIL YOU RECEIVE YOUR LETTER INDICATING UNIVERSITY START DATE.  
ALL STA-21 SELECTEES WILL BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE NSI EN ROUTE TO THEIR 
ASSIGNED UNIVERSITY.

7.  ALTERNATES:  WHILE THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT AN ALTERNATE WILL BE OFFERED 
THE OPPORTUNITY TO REPLACE A PRIMARY SELECTEE, EACH ALTERNATE MUST COMPLETE 
THE SAME ACTIONS OUTLINED IN PARAGRAPH 6 OF THIS MESSAGE.  IF A PRIMARY 
SELECTEE DECLINES PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM, IS DETERMINED NOT TO BE 
PHYSICALLY QUALIFIED OR OTHERWISE BECOMES INELIGIBLE FOR CONTINUATION IN THE 
PROGRAM PRIOR TO EXECUTING ORDERS, A QUALIFIED ALTERNATE WILL BE SELECTED.  
THIS NOTIFICATION OFTEN COMES AT THE LAST MINUTE AND, THEREFORE, ALTERNATES 
NEED TO BE PREPARED WHEN THAT TIME COMES.

8.  THE DEADLINE FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION OUTLINED IN PARAGRAPH 6C AND 6D 
WILL BE PROVIDED VIA SEPCOR.  IT IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF EACH SELECTEE AND 
ALTERNATE TO SEND IN VERIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA AS SOON AS POSSIBLE 
TO EXPEDITE UNIVERSITY ASSIGNMENT AND RELEASE OF PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION 
(PCS) ORDERS.  SELECTEES WILL  NOT BE ORDERED TO NSI EN ROUTE TO THEIR 
ASSIGNED NROTC UNIVERSITY  UNTIL ALL CONDITIONS OUTLINED IN PARAGRAPH 6A 
THROUGH 6D HAVE BEEN  MET.

9.  SELECTEES ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT MR. PAROS AT COMM:
(850) 452-9563/DSN 922 OR MR. STRATEN AT COMM:  (850) 452-9433/DSN 922.

10.  RELEASED BY VICE ADMIRAL S. R. VAN BUSKIRK, N1.//

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