​NOVEMBER 2015 LATERAL TRANSFER/REDESIGNATION SELECTION BOARD RESULTS

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REF/B/DOC/OPNAV/24DEC05//
REF/C/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/22AUG02//
REF/D/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/31MAY05//
NARR/REF A IS TITLE 10, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTIONS 531, 532, 533, AND 5582.  
REF B IS OPNAVINST 1210.5, LATERAL TRANSFER/REDESIGNATION AND AUGMENTATION OF 
OFFICERS IN THE NAVY.  REF C IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1212-010, LATERAL TRANSFER 
AND CHANGE OF DESIGNATOR CODES OF REGULAR AND RESERVE OFFICERS.  REF D IS 
MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1212-030, REDESIGNATION OF REGULAR PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY 
LIMITED DUTY OFFICERS.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the results of the November 2015 Lateral 
Transfer/Redesignation Board.  They are grouped by the community for which 
they were selected.

Unrestricted Line Officer - Special Operations (Training) - 1190
Rodriguez Robert 	6480		Williams William L Jr   6480
Restricted Line Officer - Human Resources Professional - 1200
Agha Kelly W		1110		Hall Jessika S	        1210
Hutchison Heather L	3100		Oneill Benjamin E       1310
Reightler Kelly		1110		Sangster Cherie M       1110
Tibbetts Jonathan U	1110		Ware Tamarah K	        1110
Unrestricted Line Officer - Pilot (Training) - 1390
Miller Bailey C		1110
Restricted Line Officer - Engineering Duty Officer (Training) - 1460
Bennett Christopher R	1220		Carver Benjamin R	1110
Flanagan Jason A	1110		Freeman Andrew D	1120
Kadlec Lauren N		1110		Lentner Aaron D		1220
Lewis Miguel K		1120		Macaluso Anthony D	1110
Murdock Matthew G	1110		Ramos Nicole R		1110
Restricted Line Officer - Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer - 1510
Abbott Sarah E		1310		Allen Daniel Eric	1310
Beauchamp Robert G	1320		Bellinghausen Dan J 	1310
Fairfax Bradley W	1310	        Gift Philip D		1310
Grant Mitchell P	1310	        Hair Jarrod S		1310
Jaglom Peter S 		1310		Jung Lucas M		1320
Kalick Krista B		1320		Keymer Kory L 		1300
Lazenka Colette B	1320		Sharp Jeffrey P		1320
Tschanz Steven J	1310
Restricted Line Officer - Aerospace Maintenance Duty Officer - 1520
Martin Matthew J	1110		Williams Darrin L	6330
Special Duty Officer - Public Affairs  1650
Dixon Robert J Jr  	1110		Lenny Josie L		3100
Walsh Mary C		1110
Special Duty Officer - Foreign Area Officer - 17x0
Brown James K		1110		Bryan Daniel M		1320
Buckley Michael John 	1110		Carnaby Francis B	1120
Coe Livy M		1110	        Couric Nathan T		1110
Dupindesaintcyr Jean	1310		Jensen Timothy N 	1110
Justice Daniel L	1120		League Dustin Ray  	1120
Lipscomb Jennifer C	1310		Miller Daniel J 	1120
Reed Elizabeth A	1110		Spier Gary W		1320
Stanford David L Jr	1110		Stoica Mircea D		1310
Suh Jimmy J		1120	        Summers Rebecca I	1300
Tessmann William S	1110
Information Dominance Corps - Meteorology/Oceanography - 1800
Bussell Jeremy S	6460		Cavins Alexander W	1110
Information Dominance Corps - Information Warfare - 1810
Aaron Scott B		6440		Cortez Stephen S	6440
Davis Jamie J		6440		Schmidt Michael A	6440
Thompson Sean David	6440
Information Dominance Corps - Information Professional - 1820
Albright Joshua D	1320	        Garcesrios Claudia J	6420
Heier Mark I		1110		Laws Michael J		1110
Mcgough William L	1110	        Mitchell Tyrell L	6420
Moore Derrick V		6420		Robson Justin R		1110
Simon Joseph		6420		Smith Jordan A		1110
Somuah Stephen Jr	6420		Stewart Mark W		6420
Talbert Sharef H	6420		Tighe Jonathan D	1110
Information Dominance Corps - Intelligence - 1830
Bogaard Nicolas T	1120	        Hedish Lauren E 	1110
Shannon Jarred P	1110	        Stachitas Megan C	1120
Medical Service Corps Officer - 2300
Cavin Benjamin Lee 	1120		Rogers Jonathan M	1210
Supply Corps Officer - 3100
Seals Jermaine L	6510	        Thomas Jason E		6510
Travis Jonathan R	6510
Civil Engineer Corps Officer - 5100
Gonzalez Victoria H	1210

2.  The Lateral Transfer/Redesignation Board was extremely competitive.  Each 
record that was presented to the board was carefully reviewed and the best 
and fully qualified were chosen.

3.  Quota constraints for junior year groups (10 through 16) were especially 
tight, thus the demand signal far exceeded the supply pool.  Many quality 
applicants were identified by the board but could not be selected due to 
quota constraints of either the outgoing community or the gaining community.  
Applicants who were not selected this year should apply again while 
sustaining superior performance and bolstering their record for desired 
communities.

4.  As always, competition for redesignation was keen and every community had 
a pool of highly qualified candidates.  Eligible officers not initially 
selected, and who did not specifically request not to be reviewed by 
communities other than their first or second choice, were subsequently 
reviewed by all other communities. Those officers tentatively selected for 
communities not initially requested will be notified via official 
correspondence and offered the opportunity to redesignate.

5.  This message is not authority to deliver change of designator letters to 
the selectees.  Officers who are promotion selectees should contact their 
current detailer to discuss redesignation timing.  Commander, Navy Personnel 
Command (COMNAVPERSCOM) (PERS-803), upon notification by COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-
4) that the selectees have been made available to their new communities, will 
forward redesignation letters to selectees or appointment acceptance and oath 
of office (NAVPERS 1000/4), as applicable.  Officers who are not promotion 
selectees and who are not under orders can expect assignment to a new billet 
appropriate to their new designation when notified by COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-4).  
If an officer is currently under orders and transfers prior to notification 
by COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-4), member must execute orders under current 
designator and must complete 12 months at the new assignment, unless a 
shorter tour is prescribed (tours in excess of one year will be with the 
concurrence of the gaining community), prior to redesignation.

6.  The following are exceptions to the above:
    a.  Surface Warfare Officers (11xx) who are under orders to department 
head school may not lateral transfer until completion of initial department 
head tour.
    b.  Aviation Officers (131x and 132x) shall not be permitted to lateral 
transfer until completion of active-duty service obligation, expiration of 
aviation career continuation pay contract, or planned rotation date, 
whichever is later.
    c.  Selectees for Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer (151x) who are 
presently designated 131x or 132x and have not completed a second sea tour or 
aviation department head tour may be delayed assignment to 151x billets until 
the completion of an applicable second sea and or aviation department head 
tour, as determined by COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-43).

7.  Commanding Officers shall:
    a.  Ensure officers selected for promotion within their current community 
do not accept redesignation before their promotion date.
    b.  Notify COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-803) within 30 days of release of this 
message of any selectee that does not desire to accept 
transfer/redesignation.

8.  The next Lateral Transfer/Redesignation Board will be held on 31 May 
2016.  Applications must be received by 25 March 2016. Previous applications 
are not retained; non-selectees from previous boards must submit a new 
application for consideration.  A future NAVADMIN will stipulate all of the 
eligibility requirements and application procedures per references (a) 
through (d).

9.  This message will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, 
whichever occurs first.

10.  Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//

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