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UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent FY-16 AMCSB TAKEAWAYS PERS-43 DEBRIEF 15 November 2014.

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1 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent FY-16 AMCSB TAKEAWAYS PERS-43 DEBRIEF 15 November 2014

2 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent PURPOSE Provide Feedback to Fleet from FY-16 AMCSB Based on Hard Statistical Data Provide Aviation Leadership With a Tool to Mentor Aviation Officers Address Results of Board in Context of Published Board Precept

3 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent SELECTION RESULTS CVN Sequential Command: 6 CVW: 7 AVN Pipeline: 7 Ship Command: 5 MPRA Command: 4 STRATWING Command: 1 TACTRAGRU Sequential Command: 1 PHIBRON/MCMRON: 2 Wing (TYPE/TRA) Commodore: 9 VX: 2 Shore Command: 19 FTS Commands: 3 FY-16 BOARD YIELDED 59% SELECTION TO MC FOR SG 93 (BOTH LOOKS)

4 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent BOTTOM LINE MAJOR COMMAND SELECTS HAD DIVERSITY IN RECORD URL MAJOR COMMAND (URL SG 93/94 STATS) 234 Total URL Eligibles (SG 93/94) 50 URL Selects (not including AVN/Seq Commands) 45 had a masters (90%) 49 had completed JPME 1 (98%) 25 had completed JPME 2 (50%) 47 had joint duty assignments (94%) 34 were JQO (68%) 23 had completed an overseas tour (46%) 3 had completed IA/GSA (6%) 22 of 50 selects on first look (44%)

5 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent AVN PIPELINE 7 Selects: 7 in YG 95 Precept addressed joint requirements 7 of 7 Selects Joint Duty Assignment complete 3 of 7 JPME Phase II complete

6 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent DIVERSITY Total Eligible: 21 of 234 Competing Records (9%) Includes officers for all categories to include CVN Sequential and AVN Pipeline FIRST FEMALE SELECTED FOR AVIATION NUCLEAR PIPELINE RECORDSSELECTEDPERCENTAGE5 YR AVG OVERALL %21.44% MINORITIES %25.4% FEMALES5240.0%33%

7 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent TAKEAWAYS: AMCSB Selects had a combination of Sustained Superior Performance… During command tour During challenging assignments pre/post-command A breadth and depth of experience in diverse assignments Joint, DC, Major Staff, Overseas, Financial Management Joint Duty is important Innovation and Education Resident and non-resident education valued equally Fellowships valued if career timing allows. I.E. time to break out in post command tour prior to AMCSB.

8 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent #1/#2 CO ticket key for operational command at sea If 1 of 1 EP; senior rater must provide soft breakout (if not, leaves choice to board to interpret performance) #3 CO (SG 93) 4 selected (15%) for major command ashore – PCC assignments to operational sea duty billets. Valued by board. Write effective FITREPS Opening/closing statements carry the day Maximize white space; give briefer bullets for tank ID top performers in each category (i.e. My #1 MP) Heavy lifting follow-on orders are crucial Physical fitness matters for PSR and photo TAKEAWAYS: AMCSB

9 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent Major command, and Flag recommendations (by Flags) help strengthen record Block 40 counts (AVN vs CVW, or both) Soft endorsements (i.e. My top warfare commander) are not effective (my top ___ ≠ my #1) Hard breakouts and specific recommendations valued by board. OOD/CDO (U/W): expected qualifications for those eligible for major command TAKEAWAYS: AMCSB

10 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent Aviation is in transition: –Helo Master Plan almost complete –Squadrons moving between wings –Squadrons in transition periods Board valued specific justification in Block 41 to explain unusual circumstances during these transitions. I.E.: –ISIC Changes –Platform Changes –Stand Up / Stand Down of Squadrons TAKEAWAYS: AMCSB

11 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent AVN Nuke “Pick me” Nuke “Pick Me” letter signaled desire for the nuclear program Absence of a “Pick Me” does not preclude you from being picked for the program Specific endorsements from Reporting Senior carried equal weight as “Pick Me” letter Bottom Line: Board still selects the best and most fully qualified

12 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent Letters to Board Most effective letters to board: Letter to explain extraordinary situations Least effective letters: “Great guy/must pick” letters Eligible should weigh full impact of letter to board: Will letter draw undue attention to weakness Consult with your detailer for recommended letter format and content to ensure effective communication to the board

13 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO Warfighting First-Operate Forward-Be ReadyFirm-Fair-Consistent Record Review Members should review records routinely If unable to access records via BOL, contact your detailer for assistance Community manager and assistant recorders conduct courtesy review as “last line of defense” Pictures Ensure color pictures are up to date and IAW MILPERSMAN Most common problems with records: Missing/gapped fitness reports Missing award citations Missing specialty quals (CDO U/W, etc..) Community notification of eligible prior to board reduced missing info significantly


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