By Navy Personnel Command Communications Office
MILLINGTON, Tenn. – Representatives from Navy Personnel Command’s fleet engagement team will meet with Sailors, families and leadership in Florida to discuss post-Enlisted Retention Board (ERB) matters and transition benefits, officials said Feb. 2.
The fleet engagement team recently completed engagements to Japan, Hawaii and California where they discussed Involuntary Separation Pay, transition benefits and Reserve affiliation options for transitioning Sailors.
The team is composed of representatives from the enlisted distribution division, enlisted community management division, career development program and the Navy’s ERB transition assistance coordinator. They will conduct all-hands briefs on board Naval Station Mayport Feb. 8 and on board Naval Air Station Jacksonville Feb. 9.
All ERB affected Sailors, families, career counselors and command leadership teams are encouraged to attend.
Sailors should contact their command career counselor for local briefing times and locations.
Navy will conduct additional fleet engagement visits to the Pacific Northwest and Norfolk in the coming months. Dates will be released as they become available.
For more information about transition benefits visit the Transition Assistance Web Page available under the Hot Links section of the Navy Personnel Command at www.npc.navy.mil