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SUBJ/FY-19 PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR SELECTION BOARD//
AMPN/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1520.40B, PERMANENT MILITARY PROFESSOR PROGRAM.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the Permanent Military Professor
(PMP) Selection Board for officers matriculating in graduate school in August
2019. Selection for PMP will be made by an institutional screening board,
chaired by the Superintendent, United States Naval Academy (USNA), which will
select from qualified officers who submit completed applications.
2. Reference (a) provides specific application and eligibility guidance.
Applications are due to out-service Graduate Education and Special
Fellowships (PERS-443) no later than 16 April 2018.
Applications should be sent via encrypted email to PERS-
440_submit.fct(at)navy.mil. Utilize enclosures (4) and (5) of reference (a)
to submit application. Alternatively, applications may be mailed to:
Department of the Navy
Navy Personnel Command (PERS-443)
5720 Integrity Drive
Millington, TN 38055-4400
In addition to the eligibility requirements in reference (a), these
additional stipulations apply:
a. Since there are no O-6 vacancies, captains and captain selects are
not eligible to apply.
b. Highly qualified 120X, 144X, 146X, 15XX, 1710, and 510X applicants
will be considered in addition to the designators listed in reference (a).
c. Full-Time Support officers are eligible to apply for a maximum of one
INDEF recall board quota.
d. Applicants must have completed at least one year at their current
command by July 2019. Officers serving in a designated joint billet must
have completed at least 24 months by July 2019.
e. Officers who are committed to a specific community through a
continuous pay agreement (e.g. Nuclear Officer Incentive Pay, Aviation Career
Continuation Pay) or a similar service agreement must be within one year of
completion of the agreed upon service obligation by August 2018. Applicants
should review all policies governing their specific agreement and contact
their respective officer community manager (OCM) to verify eligibility for
3. The FY-19 PMP selection board may select up to a total of 11 PMPs for
assignment to USNA from the following 16 fields (discipline
- doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree study location):
a. Chemistry - Navy-approved civilian institutes (CIVINS)
b. Computer Science Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)
c. Mathematics (Operations Research) NPS
d. Applied Mathematics NPS
e. Physics - NPS/Navy-approved CIVINS (NPS preferred,
f. Computer Engineering NPS/Navy-approved CIVINS (NPS
g. Electrical Engineering NPS
h. Mechanical Engineering NPS
i. Naval Architecture - Navy-approved CIVINS
j. Nuclear Engineering Navy-approved CIVINS
k. Systems Engineering NPS
l. English - Navy-approved CIVINS
m. French or German (Language Acquisition desired) - Navy- approved
n. History - Navy-approved CIVINS
o. Political Science (International Relations or Comparative
Politics) - Navy-approved CIVINS
p. Philosophy/Ethics - Navy-approved CIVINS Reference (a) provides
specific guidance concerning qualifying Navy- approved CIVINS. Additional
discipline(s) may be selected at board subject to changes in PMP
requirements. Changes may be announced on the Navy Personnel Command hosted
PMP OCM page.
4. Applicants for disciplines taught at NPS are required to apply to NPS at:
https://my.nps.edu/web/admissions/apply1 no later than
16 April 2018. In addition to the online application, the documentation
outlined at https://my.nps.edu/web/admissions/doctoral
must be submitted to the NPS admissions office no later than
16 April 2018.
5. To ensure the best value for the significant investment the Navy makes in
a PMP officer, applicants must be able to serve at least six years as a PMP
upon completion of the PhD degree and prior to statutory retirement.
6. The OCMs will review applicants for release based on their community
health and needs. PMP OCM and PERS-443 will review all PMP applicants to
ensure eligibility guidelines have been met prior to releasing the applicant
to the board.
7. The following draft plan of the day/plan of the week note is provided for
use: "There is a continued need for warfare qualified Naval Officers to
serve as long-term officer-instructors at the USNA. The PMP Community
provides doctoral degree opportunities for selected CDRs who will serve as
instructors until their statutory retirement. The deadline for applications
for the FY19 PMP Selection Board is 16 April 2018 with officers matriculating
into graduate school or being assigned as an instructor in August 2019."
8. The PMP points of contact for eligibility requirements are LT Christina
Johns who can be reached at (901) 874-4325/DSN 882 or via e-mail at
christina.johns(at)navy.mil and LCDR Kevin Yost who can be reached at (901)
874-3996/DSN 882 or via e-mail at kevin.yost1(at)navy.mil. The PMP Community
Manager is CDR Bob Reddy, BUPERS-314, who can be reached at (901) 874-
4049/DSN 882 or via e-mail at rajashaker.reddy(at)navy.mil. The NPS point of
contact for information concerning academic eligibility to pursue a doctoral
degree is the admissions officer who can be reached at
(831) 656-3093/DSN 756 or via email at admissions(at)nps.edu (use PMP PhD as
the subject line).
9. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or cancelled,
whichever occurs first.
10. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//