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Brig Duty (NEC-826A/810A)

Opportunities exist worldwide in locations of fleet concentration areas, training facilities and certain overseas location such as Hawaii, Germany and Yokosuka, Japan.  To view other areas, log on to CMS-ID and scroll to 826A in the rating pull-down menu.  Brig Duty instruction is MILPERSMAN 1306-904 and is a Shore Special Program.  Brig Staff duty offers unique challenges and provides members an opportunity to further develop their leadership skills.  Those selected will receive three weeks training at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX.  Applications must be submitted via CMS-ID (for requisition list, select NEC 826A). Before applying you must contact your rating detailer to be released to Shore Special Programs.  The screening process will include a Shore Special Programs Screening, MILPERSMAN 1306-900.  The screening will need to be complete before receiving hard copy orders.

Transient Personnel Units – TPU

Billets are obtained by applying in CMS under your specific rating.  You may also call me to see if there are any general openings.  TPU offers unique challenges and provides members an opportunity to further develop their leadership skills.  The screening process will include a Shore Special Programs Screening, MILPERSMAN 1306-900.  The screening will need to be complete before receiving hard copy orders.

Working hours at most TPU Commands mainly consist of shift work (meaning 0800-1600 is not the norm).  If you're considering TPU for your next shore duty assignment, it is highly recommended that you make contact with the TPU that you are interested in BEFORE applying for orders in CMS-ID.  Inquire into the job description and specific working hours.  Shall you take orders to TPU you will be required to work the shifts assigned.

SERE Instructor (NEC 807A)

Billets are obtained through CMS-ID applications under NEC 807A.  Billets are in San Diego, CA and Kittery, ME.  Before applying you must contact your rating detailer to be released to Shore Special Programs.  The screening process will include a Shore Special Programs Screening, MILPERSMAN 1306-900, high risk instructor duty screening, a psych eval and an interview. NEC 805A is a prerequisite to become a SERE instructor.  All screenings will need to be complete before receiving hard copy orders. 
Review article MILPERSMAN 1306-955 for job application requirements.  

 

Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe Harbor Program

 

The Safe Harbor is the Navy's sole organization for coordinating the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen, while providing resources and support to their families. Through proactive leadership, the program provides individually-tailored assistance designed to optimize the success of the wounded warrior's recover, rehabilitation, and reintegration activities. Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe harbor's vision will be recognized as the gold standard of care for the world-class support it provides each and every enrolled Sailor and Coast Guardsmen, as well as their families. Review the MILPERSMAN 1306-1001 for job application requirements.

 

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