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Author: Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs

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The Navy released cycle 256 petty officer advancement results for Active Duty Sailors to advance to E-4, E-5 and E-6, November 23rd. To view results click here.  

Navy TPC Fixing PCS Travel Claim Backlog

Navy leaders said the Navy's Permanent Change of Station (PCS) Travel Processing Center (TPC) Memphis is currently experiencing a significant backlog in processing travel claims.

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Online Retirement Requests Ready

Online Retirement Requests Ready

The Navy announced a self-service function for Retirements and Separations within Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) in NAVADMIN 273/17 Nov. 15.

Changes to CMS-ID Mean More Opportunities at Negotiation

The Navy announced in NAVADMIN 231/17, that job announcement windows and the period of time Sailors have to negotiate orders are changing within the Career Management System Interactive Detailing (CMS-ID), Sept. 18.

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Five Things to Know:

Five Things to Know:

A new NAVADMIN now allows first-term Sailors on sea duty the ability to elect to extend their expiration of active obligated service (EAOS) to complete their sea duty assignment, known as prescribed sea tour (PST).

Military Couple Assignment Policy

In an effort to improve support for dual military families, Navy Personnel Command updated the current collocation policy. These changes are reflected in the new MILPERSMAN 1300-1000, which was released on March 12.

Moving Overseas Just Got a Little Easier

Life just got easier for Navy families going overseas with their Sailor with the release of a Navy message Sept. 3.